Free Video Lessons Featuring the Best Guitar Riffs and Licks

Our collection of free video guitar lessons help you to learn the best guitar riffs and licks played by the greatest musicians of our time. We start beginners on simple, (but HOT) guitar licks before moving on to advanced lessons.

Many students just starting to learn are amazed at how easy many of the signature riffs are to play. Some consist of two notes that for whatever reason are so damned catchy that they are impossible to get out of our heads.

Stevie Ray Vaughan style guitar licks lesson video

Our Stevie Ray Vaughan style guitar licks lesson features tips for how to play a Stevie Ray Vaughan style guitar lick or trill with a demonstration of a few sliding chords that found slow blues songs

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Bm Chord Progression Video

Bm B minor guitar chord progression video

This Bm Chord progression features Bm, Em, F#m chords. I demonstrate an easy and an advanced Bm guitar chord progression strumming technique.

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Em Chord Progression Video

Guitar power chord progression 


Learn to play an Em chord progression for guitar. This lesson starts with a basic strumming technique and then moves to a more complicated pattern for advanced players as well as beginners.

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Cm Chord Progression Video

cm C minor guitar chord progression video

This Cm Chord progression features Cm, Fm, Gm chords. The video includes an easy and an advanced C minor chord progression guitar strumming technique.

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List of Top 20 Musicians that Created the BEST and Most Famous Guitar Riffs of Our Time

To keep this page from being well....100 pages long. Here's a list of (once again in my opinon) the top creators of the best guitar riffs and licks of all time. If you have a favorite that I've neglected to list, you are welcome to add yours to the list using the comments form at the bottom of the page as well as any songs that contain hot riffs that we should know about.

Chuck Berry

Eric Clapton

Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones

Jimi Hendrix

Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits

Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin

David Gilmore of Pink Floyd

Pete Townsend of The Who

Angus Young of AC DC

Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top

John Fogerty of Credence Clearwater Revival

Duane Allman (and Dickey Betts) of the Allman Brothers

John Lennon and George Harrison of the Beatles

Brian May of Queen

Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple

Eddie Van Halen of Van Halen

Ted Nugent

Joe Perry of Aerosmith

Carlos Santana of Santana

Peter Green of Fleetwood Mac

Albert King

List of Top 100 Greatest Guitar Riffs of All Time

Here's my personal list of the 100 BEST GUITAR RIFFS of all time. My goal is to make sure that visitors to this website have the skills to play as many as possible.

Follow the links to the free guitar riffs lessons and videos.

Satisfaction by the Rolling Stones

Crazy Train - Ozzy

Layla - Eric Clapton of Derek and the Dominoes

The Thrill is Gone - BB King

Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd

Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry

Sunshine of Your Love - Eric Clapton of Cream

Day Tripper - Beatles

Sweet Child of Mine - Guns n Roses

Back in Black - AC DC

Brown Sugar - The Rolling Stones

Wild Thang - The Troggs

La Grange - ZZ Top

Money for Nothin' - Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits

Brown Sugar - Rolling Stones

Wipeout - The Safaris

Road Runner - Bo Diddley and The Gants

Cocaine - Eric Clapton

Up Around the Bend - Credence Clearwater Revival

Rebel Rouser - Duane Eddie

Green Onions - Booker T and the MG's

I Wanna Be Your Personal Manager - Albert King

Shame, Shame, Shame - Jimmy Reed

Because We're Young - Duane Eddy

Moonflower - Carlos Santana

The best guitar riffs just kind of stick with you. For example, I can go down pretty much any list of "The Greatest Guitar Riffs of All Time" and remember where I was and what I was doing the first time I heard that particular song. To some people, the lyrics or words of the song are what get 'em hooked. For me, it's usually the intro of the song that either turns me on..or off.

Every musician dreams of being remembered as being the guy behind a cool, memorable riff that every guitar playing wannabe wants to learn to play. Who knows if or when that day will come; we just have to keep keep playing and hoping that it does.

Please make plans to visit Easy Guitar Guy's Free Guitar Lessons again soon to see more videos that will show teach you what you need to know to play the best guitar riffs and licks of our time.