Chris Stapleton – Tennessee Whiskey – Guitar Lesson – How To Play Super Easy Beginner Acoustic

Chris Stapleton – Tennessee Whiskey – Guitar Lesson – How To Play Super Easy Beginner Acoustic

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Chris Stapleton – Tennessee Whiskey – Guitar Lesson – How To Play Super Easy Beginner Acoustic
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31 responses to “Chris Stapleton – Tennessee Whiskey – Guitar Lesson – How To Play Super Easy Beginner Acoustic”

  1. The Guitar Production says:

    Can you do whatever you like by t.i.

  2. Scott Cramer says:

    Can you teach the opening rif to this song?? Pleeeaaaasse!

  3. Veronica Gonzalez says:

    Feeling good about learning this song. Thanks for making easy to follow!

  4. ACER 115 says:

    Can u please do fire away by Chris stapleton

  5. Corban Madson says:

    Sounds good as always. I know you don’t usually do country, but do you think you could do Over When it’s Over and Broke Record by Eric Church as well? I think you’ll enjoy playing those as well:)

  6. Thomas Mohr says:

    Put that capo on your dashboard and you can park in handicap zones lol

  7. Austen Scott says:

    You’re awesome Marty would love to learn Chris Stapleton version of Amanda including the riffs. Keep doing you thanks for all the great content.

  8. epicDled01 says:

    I ordered my first capo yesterday and I’m so ready to learn to play this along with some of the other songs you have covered. Thanks for the videos man

  9. guez_england says:

    I’ve been playing guitare now for the past 7 years and having fun a long the way. Thank you Marty for your lessons! You really stand out with your unique passion and clear explanation. You make this fun. Keep up the good work. All the best for 2018!!!

  10. manuel jocher says:

    you are just awesome thank you for this gift

  11. jusherino101 says:

    Make a Either way guitar lesson please

  12. Hayden Fausset says:

    Great job Marty. You’re great.

  13. Mark says:

    So I’m always Googling “[Song Name] Guitar Lesson” and about 80% of the time Marty’s youtube channel is the first search result. Bless you kind sir for your reliability… and all other teachings.

  14. Dj Norton says:

    Please do a lesson on “when the sun goes down” by Kenny Chesney/Uncle Cracker

  15. Dj Norton says:

    I’ve honestly learned almost all i know on guitar from you and i love your style man!! Keep it up

  16. Decker says:

    Would A ,Bm, D, A progression work without the Capo?

  17. cody ellis says:

    Honestly, I’m so done with capos. That I’m just about everyday sick of it. And in fact, if I zoom in…. zooming in real hard….. I find that we’ve got a lot of ppl not understanding the science of keys and guitar. Capochaters#

  18. cody ellis says:

    Not talking shut tho dude. But think about the future’s guitarist

  19. Steven McKnight says:

    Its a David Allen Coe song man come on. Good lesson tho

  20. Ricky Miles says:

    great song of chris s is there any riff that can be added

  21. Ricky Miles says:

    great song of chris s is there any riff that can be added

  22. Ricky Miles says:

    great song of chris s is there any riff that can be added

  23. Ricky Miles says:

    great song of chris s is there any riff that can be added

  24. Ricky Miles says:

    great song of chris s is there any riff that can be added

  25. Mike Nicholson says:

    Thank you marry,going win this girls heart now,ya baby

  26. Mike Nicholson says:

    Marty,stupid phone,lol

  27. dernek tambura says:

    Great basic tunes tutorial….but, could you please make another and include c – major and D-MAJOR to make it more “meaty”…..thanks for great tutorial….

  28. Josh Hoffman says:

    I love finding similar chorded songs, if you look at Etta James “I’d rather go blind” only Etta uses a E-minor and a D

  29. Austin Cole says:

    One Thing Right by Ryan Follese maybe?

  30. Ryan Don says:

    Lifetime friendship for me marty. Thanks for another great vidja.

  31. Mike McQuillen says:

    Not the best version of this song. David Allan Coe????

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