Greatest Songs Series (Day 3) – No Woman, No Cry – Bob Marley

It’s day number 3 in our Greatest Songs Series. Today’s song is “No Woman, No Cry” by Bob Marley. The video that I have chosen comes from my buddy Desi Serna. He is an incredible guitar player and teacher, and has even been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine for his online guitar instruction books. This video will show you not only how to play the song, but will explain how to solo over the song using the major/pentatonic scales. There is a link to his site below the video if you want to check it out (there’s a free 25 page ebook offer that is very cool). Enjoy!


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One Comment on “Greatest Songs Series (Day 3) – No Woman, No Cry – Bob Marley”

  1. fretboard killer Says:

    Hey man. Thanks for posting that link to the Fretboard Theory course. I got it the other day and it really is good stuff. I learned a ton of stuff and it really helped me bring everything together. Keep it up. Thanks again bro.

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