Ozzy Osbourne – Bark At The Moon Video Guitar Lessons

Ozzy Osbourne's "Bark At The Moon" is full of scorching rhythm guitar parts and mind bending leads all played by the great Jake E. Lee. Some of the trademarks of Jake E. Lee's style are wide stretches and unique chord voicings. You will find it all here in one of Ozzy Osbourne's most popular songs.

Learning "Bark At The Moon" will show you how to incorporate unique chord voicings but still maintain that huge metal sound.

The tempo that this song is played may be challenging, but if you take your time in learning all of the sections thoroughly and accurately you can be playing along with Jake E. Lee in no time. I recommend starting very slow and working your way up to a faster tempo as you start to memorize the parts through pure muscle memory.

All of the rhythms and solos are broken down in a step-by-step and easy to follow format. This classic metal masterpiece by one of the most underrated guitar players in metal guitar history is one that every rock and metal guitarist should know! Good luck!! 😀

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"Bark At The Moon" - All Rhythm Guitar Parts

"Bark At The Moon" - Main Solo & Outro Solo


  1. David Saroea on July 8, 2015 at 11:57 am

    Learning this song but trying to get those open notes on the fifth string is difficult because it is a 4-note pattern that goes by so quickly.

  2. Ted McNicoll on July 27, 2015 at 6:21 am

    Hi Carl. The lessons are brilliant could you please do a lesson for shot in the dark. Another brilliant James e Lee classic. Thanks. Ted.

  3. Mark Millage on November 1, 2015 at 2:06 pm

    Awesome lesson!!
    Can you do “I don’t want to stop”?
    By Ozzy featuring Zak Wylde. – Who is an awesome guitarist.

    • Carl Brown on November 9, 2015 at 2:25 pm

      Well I haven’t done any Ozzy for a while so I will put it on the to-do list. 🙂

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