I’m Gonna Leave You – Led Zeppelin #3of3 (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 3 (the last part) in which we check out the rest of the tune! 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 .

Comments

  1. thebird55 says:

    @FreddyGuy925

    Sorry to hear that. Nearly everyone who says they can’t fiddle with-pick (insert most any other technique there) simply hasn’t place the time in yet. I assumed that was the case. I now do a lot of things that I once claimed I “couldn’t” do.

  2. FreddyGuy925 says:

    @thebird55
    You don’t get it. I physically can’t fiddle with-pick. If I were given the choice, I would fiddle with-pick so many songs, but I can’t.

  3. thebird55 says:

    @FreddyGuy925
    I sometimes play this with a pick, and other times with a hybrid of fiddle with-picking and strumming with fingers (on the fiddle with-picking parts). But work on your fiddle with-picking, you’ll be glad you did.

  4. thebird55 says:

    The outro can be played (and I reckon this is how page did it) up higher on the neck. Start here:

    E 12 (pinky)
    B 10 (ring)
    G 9 (middle)
    D X
    A X
    E 9 (first)

    Walk the first fiddle with down through the first three arpeggiated parts, then shift the pinky and ring fingers to exchange the middle and ring fingers in time to hit the two triads, while the first continues its downward journey. I find it simpler if the pinky is lifted and replaced for each arpeggio.

  5. FreddyGuy925 says:

    Too terrible I can’t fiddle with-pick, but that isn’t stopping me.

  6. itzikc33 says:

    fantastic lessone i need to work on my fiddle with picking!!!

  7. 11Hypnotize says:

    WORD OF NOTICE: he misses the bass note played by the thumb sometimes, it makes the song sound better, trust me take note to the song;)

  8. jetlii1982 says:

    thanks for theach me you are the best..

  9. dwrvideo says:

    Naughty things happen.

  10. DaRkNess1400 says:

    thank yoy so much I needed to learn that outro , it still hard…..it’s really VERY FUCKING HARD…. but I’ll keep effective on it :D . THanks again.

    Greetings from Perú!

  11. Shiiiveeers says:

    @StevenLewis96 F

  12. StevenLewis96 says:

    Which chord i have to do after the F at 2:03?! I can’t know it

  13. veronika77b says:

    Thank you very much! :)

  14. jonnydotnet says:

    Thanks Justin, I used to have lessons with Martin G then got focal dystonia for 3 years but I’m back playing in a Zep covers band. We are adding this to the set list and your breakdown of the end bit was just the ticket. The (e)cheque is in the post mate! For all you people out there who benefit from these free lessons, how about giving something back and donating to Justin’s site?

  15. ThePillow86 says:

    oh yes, naughty things happen…. all the time :)

  16. matchoubuster says:

    I reckon you missed a part Justin !

  17. eqilibrium says:

    It sounds kinda queer, but I really do like You Justin!! Thank You for sharing your knowledge! 

  18. sysphus13 says:

    Justin!!! From one teacher to another…you are a fantastic teacher! thanks man

  19. jayyysab17 says:

    the second to last chord in the outro( huge strech) can be played with first on the a note of the high e string at the fifth fret, the second fiddle with on the a sharp of the low e at the sixth fret, the thrid fiddle with on the a note of the d string at the seventh fret, and the fourth fiddle with on the d note of the g string at the seventh fret

  20. Kombai says:

    what are the last three chords played real slow before the outro? is it just F, E, F? thanks a lot man you are by far the best teacher on youtube.

  21. karlvorderman says:

    May I recommend a book called ‘An Essential Guide To Music In The 1970s’ by Johnny Zero

  22. kingshearer2 says:

    Superb! Thanks

  23. arsenalsrini says:

    “naughty things happen” hahaha :D you’re the best Justin!

  24. musicandwar1 says:

    thanks for this awseome lesson, youre the best. also i need somebody to tell me the order to play it by the side of with led zeppelin, the whole song. thanks

  25. boomchicken97 says:

    your by far the best teacher on youtube, even the web :D

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