Few, if any, bands have inspired more people to play guitar than The Beatles – the biggest, most important, and most influential band of all time. And so – to coincide with the long-awaited premiere of the three-part documentary series, ‘Get Back’ – this month, TG features the 50 Greatest Guitar Songs of The Beatles, as voted by you in a recent poll on GuitarWorld.com.
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As one of the most famous guitarists on the planet for over 50 years, his epic career is also a spiritual journey. “Some people practice the chords or the theory,” Santana says. “I am practicing making the melody eternal …”
The duo are creating a buzz with dirty songs and a fresh take on the game.
The 50 Greatest Guitar Songs of The Beatles:
In-depth analysis of every song in our Top 50 countdown
Magical Gear Tour: A Profile of Some of the Band’s Iconic Instruments
Secrets of the Beatles chords
Learn to play
Free – Everything is fine now
Passenger – The Stone Sword
Extreme – more than words
Biffy Clyro – A Hunger In Your Den
Blackstar Dept. 10 double pedals
Fender Player Plus Stratocaster and Telecaster
Orange Super Crush 100 Combo
Mooer R7 X2 Reverb
Start with alternative picking
Gibson SG Greats: Study The Styles Of The Greatest Players Of All Time To Pick Up This Iconic Ax
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