How to Play Phantom Lord by Metallica Guitar Lesson (w/ Tabs!!)

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SKYPE LESSON INQUIRIES: adamstevensbass@gmail.com TWITTER: twitter.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com Quick tutorial on how to play the main bass/guitar riff to the song “Pumped Up Kicks” by Foster the People. “Pumped Up Kicks” is a song by American indie pop band Foster the People. It was released as the group’s debut single in September 2010, and the following year was included on their EP Foster the People and their debut album Torches. “Pumped Up Kicks” became the group’s breakthrough hit and was one of the most popular songs of 2011. The song was written and recorded by frontman Mark Foster while he was working as a commercial jingle writer. Contrasting with the upbeat musical composition, the lyrics describe the homicidal thoughts of a troubled youth.
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49 thoughts on “How to Play Phantom Lord by Metallica Guitar Lesson (w/ Tabs!!)

  1. If you could make another channel with a bunch of Iron Maiden lessons then my life would be complete.

  2. Great lesson! However, when you’re doing the transition from the solo to the clean guitar you are actually starting off with the last two notes of Kirk’s solo instead of what James is playing which would be the G and F# notes at the 5th and 4th fret of the D string. keep up the good work!

  3. Great lesson! However, when you’re doing the transition from the solo to the clean guitar you are actually starting off with the last two notes of Kirk’s solo instead of what James is playing which would be the G and F# notes at the 5th and 4th fret of the D string. keep up the good work!

  4. @markdoherty555666 Nope. It’s in standard tuning. And I think you mean F xD btw they did tune down to Eb back while Dave was in the band but Kill ‘Em All is definately in E standard.

  5. he uses just a line 6 spider 100 watt i think no pedals
    but if i were u i would use a peavy VYPYR tube

  6. Every one needs to copy the URL and go on the most viewed version of this song and say this is a tabbed lesson so this guy can get more views and there are more experienced guitar players in this world!

  7. love your videos and all, learned a lot from them, but this only time I have to make a correction here: the pre-solo riff, its not those three chords you play… the first chord is E 3rd fret A second fret D second fret; second chord is E 2nd fret A second fret D second fret; and the last chord is E 1st fret A second fret D second fret… thanks for the lesson though!

  8. @XIntoxicationalX i cant play holy wars too many gallops but im still triyng to learn it ·.·

  9. thats what i thought and also the lesson he posted a year ago only does the main gallop riff theres so much more that he put into the new one than his old 3 min lesson

  10. I prefer it one octave lower. When you play it at this octave it sounds too similar to an electric guitar. Good tutorial though.

  11. great video bro! easy to understand and the tabs are esy to read. well done and thanks for the post

  12. Thanks Ron! check out my new loop/multitrack video of this song too if you get a chance!

  13. Thank u sooo much for this tutorial! I play stand up bass and I also wanted to learn some cool songs on electric! This really helped! Super easy to understand and learned keep up the good work.

  14. Very nice job Adam. There’s been a lot of demand for tabs and tutorials on this one so your video should do very well. Keep up the great work – Ron

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