Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd #1of4 (Songs Guitar Lesson ST-301) How to play

In this guitar lesson you will learn to play the intro for the Pink Floyd Classic – Wish You Were Here. 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 .
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Guns N’ Roses – ‘Knockin On Heaven Door’ second solo routine guitar lesson is an extract from the DVD Learn To Play Guns ‘N’ Roses Volume 2 with Danny Gill. This DVD by the side of with the full guitar lesson / tutorial on this Solo is available by following the link – www.licklibrary.com


  1. MsbacktoNYC says:

    This lesson is very clear. If you reckon he is going too quick, then you need to find a lesson more applicable to your level (beginners).
    If you really want to learn it and find you cannot keep up, you should pause the video after every small new thing learned, and practice what you’ve got for a minute before continuing on.

  2. ingvarsonrus says:

    Thx from Russia..

  3. perrysein1 says:

    Thanks, very much!

  4. yagottabkwik says:

    Thanks heaps Justin. Some tabs will help me out further now.

  5. mwatland says:

    cant see your right hand.

  6. herbalist0 says:

    i like the shroom tattoo.

  7. madistaci says:

    im sorry but im new to guitar and i find you are going a bit quick

  8. DAleksic8 says:

    Really terrible explanation, it is all going quick, parts are terribly conected when replaying, stoping for no reason, and starting again so get you lost in the song. It should be done to see both hands moves at the same time. I can’t guess what is happening with the right hand while showing only left. I don’t recommend this.

  9. FatTonyCologino says:

    im sweet sure all songs on guitar are ‘all strumming’ …maybe turn it over and bang on it like a drum ?

  10. Hamza El Jaouhari says:

    It’s incorrect, just from the intro

  11. lozanoari1 says:

    Thats fantastic.Thank  alot …Now dont need to TAB my way through the pink Floyd booklet,now I have my clarification all organize…

  12. jay43832 says:

    must.. grow…… wolfenstein……….. nails..

  13. jay43832 says:

    6:33 punkass.


    A waste of time tutorial, can’t even see what strings you are strumming. Stout lot of excellent this is.

  15. killerhawt123 says:

    thats a shroom on your arm?

  16. RollTide8569 says:

    This is a excellent lesson but the explaining of the E to Am part is kinda sketchy. Any person got a tab for the way he’s playing it? Thanks!

  17. mika34ization says:

    excellent lesson i am 11 and i play this intro all on my gitaur

  18. Anubhav Raikar says:

    green day – excellent riddance

  19. sweething63 says:

    That accent !!! ^^

  20. MrCameron7 says:

    Does anyone know any songs like this where its not just all strumming and 4 chords but isnt too quick?

  21. talebg says:

    he’s climbing your mom from behind with those nails.
    *ba dum tsss*

  22. shobhit12111993 says:

    Damn. At first i thought you had a tattoo of a dick on your hand

  23. fedestyles says:

    slash is better

  24. 1091Floyd21 says:

    There is no expression on his face?

  25. HaistaPaska92 says:

    Maybe because he used to be Joe Satriani’s student. He has learned from the best

  26. XxcabdyrocksxX says:

    u are f***ing awesome dude

  27. ZumunYT says:

    Or did you mean hard fret accessiblity? Because if you do, you doubtless have by no means played a Les…

  28. quaka96 says:

    Slash’s playing a Les Paul. It has 22 Frets

  29. fillow222 says:

    nice one!!

  30. freiture says:

    excellent luck ith 0:26 if ya have a les paul……

  31. DERRRREEERR says:

    In this DVD you show the scales like the first DVD????

  32. strateskate says:

    where do i get the strings

  33. levilynncrouse says:

    someone right me if im incorrect but i reckon its G major

  34. saadsnake6 says:

    how many chicks u get everyday

  35. FelicianB says:

    Beauuuutiful tone!

  36. ItalianStallion393 says:

    could be the wood. A les paul (mahogany) is traditionally warmer than most other guitars. But I do agree with you.

  37. matthewcoxgenius says:

    He uses thin strings

  38. andresoacuna says:

    He doesn’t bend like slash. I dunno, it’s kinda hard for me to clarify. I still like it though.

  39. Recovery82 says:

    i’m watching this and thinking “how does danny bend those damn strings so easily”

  40. kaas499 says:

    wow you play with so much emotion, i like it^^

  41. batiorico says:

    nice exercise Guns N’ Roses Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door Thanks alot

  42. Dashdude5 says:

    Hmm, try using a lower gain or lower the specific level… Not sure how the 50 works, but I have an RP-90 and RP-250 so I’m sweet sure that’s what’s incorrect…. But I dunno :/

  43. friskyisfat says:

    right clarification but he could work on that tone…not nearly warm enough :P

  44. 2011DINASTIA says:

    can you play the music dont weep-smell like teen spirit-californication
    please ?

  45. dethronestyle says:

    u are awsome, can you tell me you gear?

  46. jimmy747474 says:

    Can someone help me please? I have a Digitech Rp-50 multieffekt pedal, and I want to make a nice effect like this… This effect is soft and clear, but my effect that I made is buzzing and not clean ( clean, i mean it’s overdrive, but without buzzing)
    How may I setup my pedal to earn a so nice effect like this guy uses?

  47. chasejw61 says:

    You have to be precise when tuning those strings though since they are the strongest out there.

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