Guns N’ Roses – Paradise City Guitar Lesson Pt.2 – Main Riff & Verse Click the link above to go to the page containing ALL of my FREE video guitar lessons teaching “Paradise City” in it’s entirety without having to search through Youtube for them. Have Fun!! Carl.. Please like me on Facebook to be instantly notified of any new lesson updates by clicking here: ‪ If you enjoy these lessons or any of the 100’s of others at ‪‬, please support the site by becoming a Premium Subscriber or by making a small donation. Your support is what will enable me to continue all of these free guitar lesson updates and help me make the best resource of it’s kind on the internet. Premium subscribers also get some nice perks on the site as well. Thanks!! Carl.. Lesson Taught by: Carl Brown
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Tab Benoit –Shelter Me (Very best version) Sons of guns intro song.

I have created a TAB for this song to the best of my abilities. Guitar setup posted below. It is located at . Recorded at The Melting Point in Athens, GA. 12-01-2010 With permission. Lyrics can be found at This song is on the “Power of the Pontchartrain”. It is the 3rd track and labeled “Title Track”. I have this from Amazon and that is the way they have it labeled. Don’t ask me why. Has to be an error in the way they entered it. I recieved the following from Tab’s guitar tech. Hey, I just came accross this post for “Shelter Me”. I was Tab’s road manager and guitar tech for about two years… I tuned all his giutars standard (440 hz), always with GHS 11’s (custom gauge with a heavier big E string), and his guitar always went straight into a Super Reverb and a Music Man 2 x 12″… Later, a Twin Reverb was used instead of the Music Man amp. This was before he got the Category 5 signature amps. The 70’s silverface Super Reverb was his main amp, and my favorite tone (vol anywhere from 4 – 9 depending on the venue, treb 7 – 9, mid 6 – 8, bass 3 – 4, reverb 2 – 4)… The settings vary from gig to gig. The other amps were always added just for a little extra power and low end, again depending on the size of the stage and show. I’ve seen him use just the Super at “Stevie Rays” in Louisville, KY, and at the end of the night the volume was almost on 4. It was a smaller club, but he had the same sound still. We did a few casinos, and he

Guitar Lesson: Guns N’ Roses ‘Live And Let Die’ — Part One — Verse One (TG214)

GN’R showed the world how to play a cover when Slash and co amped up Paul McCartney and Wings’ original with a van load of Marshalls. Pick up Total Guitar issue 214 (on sale 15 April – 12 May 2011) for a backing track and a guide to nailing the guitar tones from the song. In addition to at least three full tabs of classic and contemporary songs from your favourite artists, every issue of TG features three full-song Video Lessons and a Riff Of The Month for the more visually orientated learners among you. The Video Lessons are hosted online through but you’ll need to buy the mag to get the most out of them. Each issue includes the story behind the songs, clearly explained amp and effects settings and backing tracks for all of our Video Lessons and tabs. Composed by Paul James McCartney, Linda Louise McCartney Tutor: James Uings Audio: Phil Capone Videographer: Martin Holmes
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