I’m Gonna Leave You – Led Zeppelin #2of3 (Songs Guitar Lesson ST-315) How to play

In this guitar lesson you will learn this Led Zeppelin classic, Babe I’m Gonna Leave You. This is Part 2 where we look at the rest of the verse, and the chorus and some of the bridge. Taught by Justin Sandercoe. Full support at the justinguitar web site where you will find hundreds of lessons on a wide range of subjects, and all the scales and chords that you will ever need! There is a fantastic forum too to get help, no matter what the problem. And it is all really free, no bull. No try out lessons, no memberships, no free ebook. Just tons of fantastic lessons :) To get help with this lesson (and for further info and tabs), find the Lesson ID in the video title (like ST-667 or whatever) and then look it up on the Lesson Index page of justinguitar.com www.justinguitar.com Have fun .
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  1. riverstory87 says:

    Say Justin in the chorus on your second chord change (A minor on the 9th fret) if you exchange your index fiddle with with your middle fiddle with and then go your index fiddle with to the 7th fret D string(A note) you will have the right chord so index down a tone(full step) hope you read this man

  2. MarioRulz58 says:

    @jimmyfknluff yeah got laid by sluts

  3. thebird55 says:

    That fingering you are looking for is:

    E- Open
    B- 3d fiddle with, 8th fret
    G- 1st fiddle with, 6th fret1st fiddle with
    D- 2nd fiddle with, 7the fret
    A- Open

    Still a bit of a trick, swapping fingers on the strings as you slide.

  4. unrealcombat says:

    I play it really excellent and then when I go to record it, I fail…… hard

  5. luridoptics says:

    @jimmyfknluff I feel sorry for you… you obviously play for the wrooooooooooonnnnngggggggg reasons

  6. megasharkvsgiantoct1 says:

    Could u do landslide by fleetwood mac? There’s not too many excellent videos of that song out there. Thanks!

  7. Piggreenbag says:

    Fantastic lesson..but i want to see it played all the way through at normal measure just to get the ear for the transitions.

  8. aldaa83 says:

    @KrishValiente classical beginner problem , dont worry it will get better , just teach

  9. LosLurvos says:

    @PrimoSkeeter1904 i asume your not singin’ the lyrics then

  10. xSobhan says:

    that funky part, instead of pinky on the 5th fret of the 2nd string
    just play an open high e string
    same note really

  11. KrishValiente says:

    Is my fiddle with retarded when he does the E7 chord, I need to place down my ring fiddle with down, because I can’t place my pinky down without putting my ring fiddle with down too? :/

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  13. BasswipeNC says:

    Dude your lessons are one of the best on U-Tube for sure.

  14. AlexEttelis says:

    May I have the tab u couldn’t find it at your website ?

  15. LegendarySuperJeppe says:

    Thanks mate!!!

  16. mandowarrior123 says:

    @wantagh7 He was questioned to remove all tabs from his website. His tabulations are no longer available, I’m sorry.

  17. wantagh7 says:

    i dont get it. I cant find the tab on ur website anywhere

  18. wantagh7 says:

    i dont get it. I cant find the tab on ur webstite anywhere

  19. penisface66 says:

    hey man, is your tab sheet on your website as i can’t find it?

  20. deadluvva says:

    For that chord at 5:54, what makes it easily, well simpler, playable is that the ring fiddle with stays nailed to the g string for all those 3 chords; the open Am, the one at 5:54 and the Am shaped one at the 6th fret. Hope that makes sense.
    Same goes for that hard run at 7:39. The ring fiddle with stays planted on the G string for those 4 chords. Figuring that out helped me huge time. It went from being impracticable to sounding incredible. Hope that makes sense.

  21. jerryvalenz187 says:

    @PrimoSkeeter1904 Thats ironic considering the name of the song.

  22. twst1 says:

    @jimmyfknluff atta boy!

  23. baranthalas says:

    playing this song but not being able to sing it sucks. fuckin robert plant and his godly voice..

  24. saalexandrov says:

    GREAT lesson, thank you very much for this.with some practice i was able to do the second variation of the strumming part with no problem :)

  25. ryank1esko says:

    @PrimoSkeeter1904 I like playing this but I gotta disagree. I played it for my girlfriend and she was like, “What!? you’re going to leave me!”

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