Guitar Lesson: “Freedom at 21” by Jack White (Track 3 from BlunderBuss) – Easy How To Tutorial

Want to master the fretboard and music theory? Read these books: www.guitartheorybooks.com Super easy and really catchy song — my personal favorite from Blunderbuss Accurate tab = http This song is made up of 3 riffs using the notes B, D, A, G, F# It then has a little solo that’s in E minor pentatonic, with Jack’s idiosyncratic tone and effects on it If anyone has any questions about how to play “Freedom at 21” by Jack White, Let me know and I can make a follow-up vid! At end of the lesson, I go through everything real slow for total beginners — since even learning simple songs like this can be real tough when starting out Guitar Lesson: “Freedom at 21” by Jack White (Track 3 from BlunderBuss) – Easy How To Tutorial by guitar teacher Brett Sanders (How2MakeGuitarRiffs)

Want to master the fretboard and music theory? Read these books: www.guitartheorybooks.com Tab Used tabs.ultimate-guitar.com **Make Sure to use the TAB provided above, which is the best one I could find for “The Cave”. Lesson breaks down the main riffs for the verse as well as the chorus. Also, explanation of how to tune for this song without Tuner at end of Video. Good luck!

27 thoughts on “Guitar Lesson: “Freedom at 21” by Jack White (Track 3 from BlunderBuss) – Easy How To Tutorial

  1. alright, i just made a lesson for “wishing well” … it’s not too tough, the solo is a bit tricky– i’ll probably make some more lessons for the Black Belles this week

  2. I’m not a big Love Interruption fan,i think it’s my least favorite on his album.I usually skip it..seems like he came up with the I want love part,then filled in the rest..and im a big Jack fan.It’s radio friendly..but anything off the Black Belles album would be great,the guitar parts are real cool sounding.A little different than most stuff out there right now..thanks alot.

  3. Yeah, “Freedom at 21” is really good … what did you think of “Love Interruption”? I was reading reviews of the album, and they were praising that song. I thought it was a bit weird, cause it seems pretty uninspired to me — still good, cause Jack White is talented, but not that great. I could do some Black Belles, any particular song? I just checked them out and they seem cool — let me know

  4. You end the opening riff incorrectly. If you watch any of the live performances or book shop session he plays an E7

  5. another way to tune the guitar is to play an E cord and simply tune the strings to that then play without a cappo and it is exactly the same

  6. Happy to hear that! If you need help learning any other song on guitar, let me know … I have a ton of vids on my channel and enjoy sharing my guitar knowledge. I was thinking of doing a lesson for “Little Lion Man”, cause I teach that one a lot:)

  7. This is one of the few helpful videos I’ve found for this song, and thank you very much for taking time to make it!

  8. glad it was helpful, i had like 4 or 5 students who wanted to learn this over course of a couple weeks, so i got it down pretty well after teaching it that many times

  9. Not at all. This is also quite accurate to the method Marcus uses to play the song both in the album and in the live shows, really well done. Thanks.

  10. Hey, that’s great! This song isn’t too hard once you see how it’s done. I was a bit confused how to play it at first, but once I realized it was in weird tuning etc wasn’t too bad. If you need any help on another song, just send me a message or leave comment on my channel and I’ll make a vid.

  11. Thank you very much for this..i love mumford and sons…and you are making it that much easier for me to play their songs. 🙂

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