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Summer Song Guitar Lesson Videos – Joe Satriani

FavoriteLoadingBookmark this Lesson. In these Summer Song guitar lesson videos you will learn to play Joe Satriani's most beloved track note-for-note.

Besides being extremely catchy, Satriani's Summer Song is chock full of scorching guitar lines that will challenge just about any guitarist.

Take your time through the various sections of this Summer Song guitar lesson video series by not trying to play all of the fast guitar lines at full speed immediately.

You should instead shoot for a complete understanding of the various guitar techniques and look for patterns that are repeated within them.

After that you will start to notice that what once looked like a million random notes, begins to make sense as just a few patterns that are combined and repeated.

Practicing those individual guitar patterns by themselves before tackling the entire thing will help you develop much faster.

By the way, this is true for just about any fast guitar player. Their most difficult guitar parts can usually be broken down into a few basic components that are repeated down a scale or arpeggio etc.

So have fun mastering these lessons, it is almost impossible to not be smiling while playing this great tune. 🙂

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Summer Song Guitar Lesson Pt.1 - Intro & Main Melody

Summer Song Guitar Lesson Pt.2 - Verse

Summer Song Guitar Lesson Pt. 3 - Main Solo

Summer Song Guitar Lesson Pt.4 - Verse 2 & Bridge

Summer Song Guitar Lesson Pt.5 - Outro Solo

7 Comments

  1. Immo on September 11, 2013 at 7:36 am

    Very good lesson. How long will it take to do the rest? When will it be continued? I’m really excited to see more of it!!!!

    • Carl Brown on September 11, 2013 at 11:07 am

      Sorry for the delay in posting the rest of the “Summer Song” videos. The guy that films and edits my lesson videos got pretty sick last week and was unable to work.

      However, we filmed 2 more “Summer Song” lessons yesterday and the next one should go live tomorrow at the latest. Then another one the following day. The whole song should be up by Sat.

      Thanks for your patience! Carl..

  2. Ray Deese on September 22, 2013 at 11:40 am

    Fantastic! Carl you have a great site, and I really enjoy all that you do here. Satriani is one of my favorite guitarist and it is a thrill having you break down Summer Song for us. Really Awesome!! Thanks..

  3. amireza on November 7, 2013 at 2:10 pm

    thank you very much to my best friend Carl brown.but how can i really playing very fast solos,i use many lessons of your site thats improve my speed but i cannot play very fast solos,please my friend give me s solution i really stuck in it i put much time for playing but its result not persuade me and not enough for playing the solos like paradise city.please help me;0

  4. Your Name on November 16, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    Thanks, Carl, for your free instructionals. Excellent teaching, excellent guitar playing! Marc

  5. amir reza on December 13, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    Hi my best friend.thank you for your lessons but i have big problem i cant play really fast solos like paradise city,for the love of god.although i download your lessons and do them hard but this is a really big problem please help me i am waiting for your response really thanks i love you.

    • Carl Brown on December 14, 2013 at 2:54 pm

      Hey Amir, the best way to develop speed is with repetitive exercises instead of learning songs.

      There are a ton of technique lessons in the advanced section of the site and in the Premium section of the site that will help you with that. After you master those, go back and try to learn those tunes again. 🙂

      Carl…

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