Wheels Guitar Lesson

‘Wheels’ is one of Foo Fighter’s best, the sort of emphatic rock ballad that just wants to make you pick up the guitar and play along. It has an interesting back story: the song was first premiered at the White House on Independence Day at a commemoration for soldiers and was produced by Butch Vig, who notably produced Nirvana’s Nevermind with Dave Grohl nearly twenty years before.

It’s also a pretty good example of how simple chords progressions and playable tunes can combine to make one hell-of-a-song. Dave Grave uses the same four chord progression throughout the whole song and the riff stays mainly unchanged throughout. 

Intro

Verse

Chorus

Post-Chorus

*If you don't know how to read tab guitar music, check out this page!

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Electric & Acoustic Guitar

I cover all styles on both electric and acoustic guitar, enabling my guitar students to learn through the playing the songs that they love. Whether that is rock, pop, jazz, funk, blues, folk or anything in between we can cover it in our lessons. I have taught many beginner students over the years, developing a fantastic course of foundation lessons to enable my students to learn how to play the guitar at a pace that suits them. 

For more advanced guitarists I offer lessons to ensure that you reach that next level on guitar, whether that is improving improvistation, nailing solos or gaining a more rounded approach to playing guitar to a professional standard.

To book your first lesson or simply find out more about my guitar lessons in London send me an email or call 020 8058 5470.

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