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An acoustic guitar lesson on how to play “Over the Hills and Far Away” by Led Zeppelin.

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39 Comments

richat1

May 16, 2020

I already get plenty of pulling off practice

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John Trep

May 16, 2020

Finally someone who plays the timing of the intro accurately. This is the best lesson of this song on YouTube. I've watched over half a dozen of them and half dont have the timing right.

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Dominic Cavallo

May 16, 2020

I love you Christy bigornia!!! Even though you don't and won't ever love me

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wtfgoogle

May 16, 2020

I always thought this was played on a 12 string guitar.

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mark huggins

May 16, 2020

Damn. I thought I knew it and then I watched your tutorial. Well done sir!

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nathan b

May 16, 2020

17:31

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Robin Muir

May 16, 2020

Great lesson.

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michael york

May 16, 2020

BTW have you ever listened to The Ancient from Tales From Topographic Oceans by Yes? The ending has an acoustic piece that is SUBLIME

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michael york

May 16, 2020

The speed up is the best part when you're playing, you can feel the intensity rising and it takes all my will not to start swinging the neck around. Thank You Jimmy Paige, and You Sir.
I also love the staccato notes, and the crisp hard alternate strums, I suppose this song is all about not getting too carried away when you play and then get sloppy! OK I'll shut up and play now

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JM M

May 16, 2020

Thanks for posting…this single song inspired me to want to learn how to play guitar. Friend played it and I thought it sounded so cool so he taught me how. It wasn't easy but I remember practicing a lil everyday. Here I am almost 40 years later still playing and I'm pretty good.

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Jordan Ebacher

May 16, 2020

Welp. It turns out I've been playing this song wrong for about seven years,,,,or actually maybe he is playing it wrong. or maybe its a mix of both of us playing different parts/chords wrong… guess only Page would know for sure.

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G l

May 16, 2020

Before playing this I find my self a lady that's got the love I need. Awesome lesson my friend.

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Ethan Ferro

May 16, 2020

Best lesson for this song on youtube by a long shot. Thanks so much !

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PINKSANTANA

May 16, 2020

i play on 12 stings ovation and that super …thx my friends

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PINKSANTANA

May 16, 2020

le kiff grave

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Auden’s Radio and entertainment

May 16, 2020

You are amazing

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Jeffrey Schmoldt

May 16, 2020

I have played it for years I never new 2 things you did. Great job…with the timing either you have it or don't lol. My favorite zep tune

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Guillaume

May 16, 2020

Is This In Standard Tunning? sorry for asking

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PINKSANTANA

May 16, 2020

t es le meilleur mon pote …..

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mike Duck

May 16, 2020

Great lesson for sure

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Random

May 16, 2020

God I love your lessons they’re 100% accurate. I’m a long time fan and student of yours. Thanks 🙏 So much….can you PLEASE tease us “that’s the way” by Zeppelin??

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bmfbbmfb

May 16, 2020

wow your mic setup has really improved

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Jules

May 16, 2020

Love, love, love this

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lobito3000able

May 16, 2020

Wheres the rest of the song?

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BRIZER CORBZ

May 16, 2020

❤️🤟🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

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Rafael Leme

May 16, 2020

It's not so hard, or it's the best lesson for this music ever

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driveman

May 16, 2020

Before playing this, I've found it very helpful to walk over a hill, one that's pretty far away.

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EC6797

May 16, 2020

Far out! Thanks great lesson!

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NotGary Bear

May 16, 2020

Are you CRROW?

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John R

May 16, 2020

You don’t get much more perfect than this

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Samuel Valenzuela

May 16, 2020

The Led Zeppelin most beautiful song together with Ten years gone

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Raoul Duke

May 16, 2020

You can only imagine how insanely good with the guitar Page must've been to have come up with this tune. Great lesson, cheers mate

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paulj0557

May 16, 2020

One night out of the blue I nailed figuring this one out note for note by myself without the recording to listen to, or having heard it in at least a year. I love it when that happens! Just shows how much we focus on Pages playing. Me since age 12 in 1977. Three months later I got my first guitar. 200 bucks for a nice original condition 1964 Gibson LG-0 [zero] All mahogany parlor size acoustic guitar. The absolute perfect instrument for beginners. Sounds more intimate than it's spruce wood counterpart LG-0 guitar (which my mom has had since 1957-58'). Who knows though. My older brother is an accomplished bluegrass flatpicker and began 5-6 years before me on that spruce LG-0. He taught me bluegrass in my first two years, and I gravitated toward baroque styles. The tone of the mahogany parlor size guitar with steel strings is so beautiful, more like you are gypsy with a lute in the forest. So playing anything sophisticated sounds as though it is being written under your fingers for the first time. Great for inspiring every player! I can testify as to the importance of BEGINNING your journey into music with a great instrument! Either LG-0 fits that bill more than a big dreadnought acoustic any day!

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Andrei Stoica

May 16, 2020

Maximum respect for you dude !

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allen martinez

May 16, 2020

Robert plant coming in at end of your demo got me! I was singing along and then plant comes in to rock it with me, nice bro,nice…

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John Clayton

May 16, 2020

Amazing 😉

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LEAD BELLY

May 16, 2020

Just noticed the name of your channel…!

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LEAD BELLY

May 16, 2020

Goooood lesson,also love the black background.

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Matty D

May 16, 2020

Thank you so much for this video! This is one of my favorite songs to play and you helped me understand Jimmys timing a lot better as well as helped me with the chords before Robert enters with his vocals. Great job and thanks again!!!

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