Still Got The Blues Guitar Lesson Videos – Gary Moore
These Still Got The Blues guitar lesson videos will take you into the style of the late great blues rock giant Gary Moore. His uncanny sense of melody produced some of the most beautiful guitar moments ever recorded.
Gary Moore's powerful playing style is something that every guitarist should study no matter what style of music they play. "Still Got The Blues" is his most popular hit not only because it is such a beautiful song, but because the guitar solos showcase Gary Moore's signature melodic blues playing in full force.
The Still Got The Blues guitar lesson videos include all three guitar solos and some of the most melodic chord progressions you will ever hear in a blues rock style.
These video guitar lessons are a great way to learn how Gary Moore incorporated standard blues techniques within a more classical-esque scale style to create jaw dropping results for the listener.
Whether or not you are familiar with Gary Moore's work or you are just discovering this guitar icon you will have a blast learning his signature piece in its entirety. Good luck!! 😀
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hi, carl great work i just wish all your videos had full performances on them so we could play the way you teach, your performance are hundred times better than others, makes life easer for donkeys like me lol to play better and understand all the licks you put into place as everyone plays different on other videos, after 30 years i started playing again and thanks to your lessons i am enjoying playing again, cheers paul.
Hey Paul. yeah I agree, the lessons are better when I do the full performance.
The only problem is that I started having a bunch of issues with YouTube pulling the performance videos or deleting the audio. I just don’t know which ones they will do it to or not until after I upload the video.
Some of those performances took a lot of time to work up and then to just have YouTube kill the video really sucked. So instead I decided not to concentrate on performances unless the song is in the public domain and I can safely play it in a video.
Other than that, I can just perform little segments at the beginning of each video. 🙂 Sorry…
Makes perfect sense.
Hi carl, iam a pensioner so i am tight with money, as i would have liked to be a member of your program, but out all the web sites i have looked at you are , if not the best i have seen you are a great teacher if you were in australia i would go to you, as soon as i can put a few pennies aside will try to donate it to you your a good man, i have always wanted to play guitar cleanly like you but had to earn a living lol but could you put me onto a video of still got the blues the way you play it so i know when to put the fills please, thankyou again carl.
Hey Paul, my transcription of ‘Still Got The Blues’ is based of off of the original recording. The music video for the song actually cuts just about the whole outro solo from the song. 🙁
I would suggest just listening to the original recording (not the radio edit), to be able to know where all those fills happen and hear the whole outro solo.
Thanks for watching! Carl..
Thank you Carl you are a true gentleman a great teacher thank you very much. Cheers paul
Hi Carl, I would like to know if you have the tabs for this song, thank you, have a nice week!
Hey Tom, unfortunately I am unable to post TABS for this song since it is under international copyright protection. Sorry!.. 🙂
Carl, You are an awesome Teacher and i admire Your patients. If you come to New Zealand your more than welcome to stay at our whare = House. Your Truely Bless by our Lord Jesus Christ, Rock On ;0
hi carl just to say thanks for the lesons am trying to learn for the love of god finding the fast run at the end hard to master, any tips would be good? i will be donating to your site regards tony
After watching countless online lessons, I can honestly say you are by far the best teacher. Your simple straight forward method of breaking down a song is truly a god-send. I’ve progressed from absolute beginner to intermediate/advanced at break neck speed. My musically inclined friends cannot believe I’ve only been playing for 4 months yet can play Hendrix with any kind of accuracy. Again, I have to truly thank you for your teachings. I don’t know if anyone has asked yet but one of my “dream” songs to play is the Royal Albert Hall version of Sloe Gin by Joe Bonamassa. He plays a beautiful into & exit solo in this concert that is simply awesome. I have searched everywhere for a breakdown of this song and no one has been able to do it. Is there anyway you could try and tackle this song and put it on your lessons list? This is a great concert (including Clapton’s appearance) in it’s entirety but you can fast forward to the song ( 47:19) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0wuTnjwUk0
Thanks again for the best guitar resource on the net,
Thanks a bunch for the kind comment Mike.
I am a big Bonamassa fan and it is definitely overdue getting some of his stuff on the site.
I think perhaps doing one of his solos for the famous solos section of the site would be cool. What do you think?
Drive would be a great solo to do
Hey; where’s the tabs. I could learn this much faster.
Sorry David, I can’t provide TABS due to international copyright restrictions. Wish I could!
That would be HUGE man! In the famous solos section next to EVH and Gilmore is the only place for this performance. I recently learned the opening song of the RAH concert (Django), found a decent backing track and jam out but to learn those Sloe Gin solos would be truly epic.
Thank you for tackling such difficult song Carl. YOUR fans truly appreciate you.
Thanks for this one! I had only heard the short version of the song without the outro solo, and the full version is just amazing! It’s really fun to play, i would never stop haha 😀
Where can I find a version with the outro solo as you teach it? Can’t find other than live versions which are different and the original version doesn’t have an outro solo
Hey Uzi, yeah it is hard to find something other than the single version these days, which is a shame since the outro solo was by far the best.
You can find it on Spotify though. 🙂
hey carl any chance you could do a lesson on garys syle of shredding like he does in the live version of this song https://youtu.be/40_ymldvvnw
As you have problems with copy right with you tube why not do full performances but just on your site not uploaded to you tube?
Well actually, the ONLY place you can upload covers or lessons of copyrighted music is on YouTube. That is why all the song lessons and performances are YouTube videos. YouTube has licensing deals with all the major music publishing companies and that allows people to upload that music to YT. The artist then monetizes the video and collects ad revenue from the YouTube plays. Every once in a while, a certain artist’s contract with YouTube changes and it affects any videos on YouTube that include that music and that is when things go haywire on YT. Also there are a lot of fake music publishers that make claims on YT videos fraudulently to try and steal the ad revenue. But it isn’t YouTube’s fault, they would love to keep the videos up because they make money off of them. It is the artist that pulls the plug. If I were to publish videos of songs on my site that aren’t YT videos, I would be sued immediately by every major publishing company in the world because I don’t have the licensing rights. It would be much worse than dealing with a copyright strike on YT. 🙂
Hey Carl…..thank you for a yet awesome tutorial……..all the love from Egypt ❤️🤍🖤
Would you generously explain or clarify the tone settings for this one (Amp-Gear used- Tone and volume knobs…..etc)
That would be really appreciated 💚