Black Sabbath "War Pigs" Guitar Lesson Part 1 (Intro, Verse, Chorus)





Black Sabbath "War Pigs" Guitar Lesson Part 1 (Intro, Verse, Chorus)


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Dude \m/
We need N.I.B next!
YO, Uncle Marty pleasseeeeee give me a Black Sabbath N.I.B lesson
Your channels are awesome Marty and I see we both have great taste in amps lol.
You are an absolute legend. I began playing guits ten years ago where i could just about play a note. I never paid for lessons because you were my teacher. I'd love to play with you someday over any other musician. Holla if you down bro.
Ahhh I think I’ve learned enough to woo and slay them at the high school recital and land Mary koogley after the dance 💃🏼🧐🤓😏🎸🎺🎷🥁🚫🎻
Great stuff! Here’s Toni Iommi showing how he plays this intro.
https://youtu.be/s2sTTN0IJPg
You fucken Rock Marty. Thank you. Chuga Chuga 👌👊👌👊
Good job... !
Excuse me, but is it necessary to make the power chords on E12A14/E10A12 since you are already playing on A7D9/A5D7 that are the same notes? you can also make the B8 vibrato with the middle finger while in the power chord and G7G9 trill, that come more handy... Excelent channel. Enjoy so much!
Marty thanks brother, your a good man..
This is one of my favorite songs!!! Thank you!!
da boo ba boo kaka... LMFAO...
So much fun on 11 letting that tube amp start to squeal before hitting the next power chord :)
Nice one Marty, I’m gonna get me an electric guitar!
nice tone
Great lesson Marty! keep it up! What settings are you running on the amp and any pedals? Thanks
Thanks, Marty for everything and for the way of teaching you use, back and forth and clarifying every note and timing until we get it, thanks again love from Greece.
Hey marty can you do NIB zakk wylde style guitar lesson...


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