Led Zeppelin – No Quarter – Classic Rock Guitar Riffs – How to Play – Guitar Lessons Les Paul

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www.nextlevelguitar.com Click on and follow the above link to get two FREE Jam Tracks and coinciding written lesson all for free from Next Level Guitar.com www.nextlevelguitar.comClick link to get a killer brand new Blues lesson not on YouTube and a Blues scales and lead guitar Ebook, all for free from NextLevelGuitar.com In this video guitar lesson blues lick of the week we teach a right hand tapped lick and discuss applying it and palying over the jam tracks and how to get two free ones that coincide with this lesson. Many more full on video lessons as well as a FREE 3-day all access site pass at the full on video instructional website at: www.nextlevelguitar.com
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49 thoughts on “Led Zeppelin – No Quarter – Classic Rock Guitar Riffs – How to Play – Guitar Lessons Les Paul

  1. @2011matej dude he means that not sexually and homo sexual is in all countries except asia or africa

  2. I wanted to learn this song so bad and I honestly thought Marty didn’t have a tutorial. I go on Youtube to search the guitar lesson and Marty pops up. I am now walking on sunshine.

  3. @abhs6 Given the headstock and flame finish… I would say it’s a Gibson Les Paul Standard Traditional Pro. If I’m right, that’s two thousand bucks.

  4. The rover by led zeppelin, there’s no other good videos on youtube and your lessons are great, please please please teach The rover

  5. HEY MARTY! i have a line 6 spider IV 15 watt amp and foot pedal that you did a review on. Could you tell me how to get a good over driven tone out of it like your full tone ocd gives you cuz as much as id like that pedal i dont have the cash for it right now.

  6. the tapping is kinda for show here in my opinion… u can slide ur index finger to she 7th fret on the G-string and use your other three fingers to play the notes on the 14th,13th and 12th fret on the G-string on the B-string the 10th, 9th and 8th fret and alternate between G-string and B-string… same effect only easier (for some)

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  8. and your stage preasence has really taken flight over the last pass years the first cupple seemed like you were a little nervus.. i really hope i can do it i will give it my all ..

  9. just wanted to let you guys no i love the lessons i just got the first two were a little to slow for me but you gota crawl before you walk i get that… i like the fact that you go over the riffs i only ever learned single notes so i gave up becuse it took to long and was boaring i am on the 3 disk in the hole 12 collection and picked up right ware i left of on the e cord thats what i really got to practice.. so thank you was a great bargain for the amount of info the one on one helps thanks.

  10. God, I love that headstock! You gotta customize your own strat to get that headstock nowadays.

  11. hey good people wazz happenin, david taulb hee from next level guitar DOT COM!… how you doin? lol makes me laugh every time

  12. @romiow it doesn’t take too long. Just spend 10 or 15 mins everyday and ull be playing that lick and others in no time.

  13. Hot Rod Deville? That’s a loud amp! I’m surprised you can hear using that amp in a studio!

  14. in this video I am playing through the clean channel of an all tube fender hot rod deville 2×12 combo amp – sounds even better when the amp is cranked – rock on!
    David T

  15. @ItsStephenSON you ever try a HSS strat?? is has a single coil in the middle position and the neck…and a humbucker in the bridge. The Best of Both Worlds

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