Smoke On The Water Free Guitar Lesson
Songs & Artists - Deep Purple

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Charts, TAB, and Guitar Pro Files are only made available to our TARGET Members Neil gives us a few different ways of playing one of the greatest riff tunes of all time- the caveman classic Smoke On The Water. Grab your guitar and play along, even if you have never played a single note!



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for me who doesn't know any parts or tabs, it's a very good lesson. I approved and enjoyed to understand a lot of things. thanks a lot !!!!written by perrollaz, January 31, 2016
Just checked out your site. Joined as a free member...Looked at tabs but they appear confusing there is no symbol legend that makes the symbols easy to read and understand.written by damentor, November 08, 2014
thank you for sharing this to us, now i'll be learning more guitar play you...keep up the good work man.written by oliver15, April 01, 2010
thank you, I enjoyed playing along, it has always been a favorite of mine, Deniswritten by cindy, February 23, 2010
super! but russian version is better than yours thanks for this ways! you are good teacherwritten by kamali, January 23, 2010
Neil you inspire me many thanks Malwritten by Malcolm Boyd, June 28, 2009
I think this is a very cool songwritten by Esli Vazquez, June 12, 2009
Neil , I joined last night and just finished my first lesson.I wish I had joined a long time ago.Great lesson ! Thanks Mikewritten by Mike, April 20, 2009
Neil, Nevermind. After looking a little closer, I realize that they stand for what kind of note is played i.e. 1/4, 1/8, etc. Thanks. Rich.written by Richard, April 17, 2009