Online Guitar Lessons

Online Guitar Lessons

My publications

On this page you will find all the publications I made concerning my online guitar lessons. I started to publish in july 2008 with my 1st video lesson about “Angie” – Rolling Stones on Youtube :-). I posted on Youtube, Facebook, Blogspot and some other networks, here are all of them, grouped in the same page.


September 15, 2016

Study in the style of “J’ai Demandé à La Lune” – Indochine

Pour ce morceau assez typé “électro” avec des machines et beaucoup d’effets, j’ai essayé de reproduire à la fois les effets de delay de la 1ère guitare électrique et les riffs de la 2ème guitare pour pouvoir jouer tout ça à l’acoustique et restituer l’ambiance. J’ai choisi aussi de doubler les basses au pouce pour appuyer un peu plus la rythmique et les accents que l’on peut entendre dans le morceau. Au final ça donne un accompagnement aux doigts un peu picking mais par contre très binaire, ce qui correspond finalement pas mal au morceau avec des temps forts réguliers et répétitifs. Et en plus c’est vraiment sympa à faire tourner :-)

June 28, 2016

Study in the style of “The Joker” – Steve Miller Band

This tune is a classic rock from the 70’s especially for its great bass riff ! I take the bass line for the intro/verse and then I play around an arrangement of the different guitar parts of the recording for the chorus. Very nice song that needs only 3 chords :-). The tuning is in D (1 step down) to be in the correct tone but it can be played in the standard E tuning too.

May 5, 2016

Study in the style of “Sailing To Philadelphia” – Mark Knopfler

Here is a beautiful ballad by Mark Knoplfer, in his signature style. In addition to the possibility to work on this kind of accompaniment, this course allows you to look at some reverse chords like the D with the F# bass note. It is not easy to make a choice in his huge discography, but this one sound very nice, one of his most beautiful song in my opinion. :-)

February 19, 2016

Study in the style of “Diamonds On The Inside” – Ben Harper

With this song we can look at the very nice style of Ben Harper’s acoustic playing. I did not try to do it fingerstyle like him because his technique is very personal. I prefer to play the accompaniment with a pick to make it more affordable to every one :-)


December 18, 2015

Study in the style of “Wind Of Change” by Scorpions

For this song, I created a unique guitar part by working on the arpeggiated chords of the verse and the acoustic strumming of the rest of the song. For the intro, I made an arrangement to play both the chords and the mythic whistling of Klaus Meine, but we can play it by whistling on the chords too. In both cases, it is a good title for the acoustic guitar :-)

October 16, 2015

Study in the style of “Space Oddity” by David Bowie

Amazing song by David Bowie that bring us far in the universe :-). Here we look at the guitar part played by Bowie which is a strumming down/up all the time. The rhythm pattern is easy and the chords progression sounds good. A “break” part comes at the end of the chorus, the chord changes are a bit fast and require some practice ! This song is a very good one to play and to sing alone unplugged :-)

August 27, 2015

Study in the style of “Come Together” by The Beatles

One of their best songs, great style and great groove with a very nice sound. For this lesson, I decided to tune my guitar in Drop-D (DADGBe) to reproduce the bass line of McCartney. With this tuning we can keep the original bass line and add the guitar part. For the verse/chorus, I play the electric guitar riff by using the palm muting technique to get the typical sound of the recording :-). Watch the courses at the courses section.

June 13, 2015

Study in the style of “’74-’75” by The Connells

Once again into the 70s with this single from 1993 by The Connells. Here we have a good intro riff quite simple and easily recognisable, and a accompaniment part very interesting to work on the rhythm with a series of basic chords and a good pop groove. The solo part sounds good too without special difficulties, except the 1st notes on 3 frets which requires some practice :-)

 May 1, 2015

Study in the style of “A Horse With No Name” by America

Here we are going into the 70s with this famous rock tune : 2 chords et a down/up strumming for the basic pattern, et a solo part for those who want to go further :-)

 March 20, 2015

Study in the style of “Ode To My Family” by The Cranberries

In these video lessons, we are going to work on an interesting arpeggiated chords pattern. The strumming part uses some ternary effects. All the song is played with the same 4 chords which are quite easy to do :-)
Check out the website for the other parts and the Guitar Pro & Pdf tabs !

January 23, 2015

Study in the style of “Proud Mary” by Creedence Clearwater Revival

In these video lessons, we continue with the muted strings techniques. The chords are quite simple, the intro riff requires just a little work, but the rest of the song goes easily :-)
Check out the website for the other parts and the Guitar Pro & Pdf tabs !


November 28, 2014

Study in the style of “The Man Who Sold The World” by David Bowie

For this course, I chose a block/strumming technique to bring out the rhythm of the song. In the original version by Bowie, the guitar plays a standard strumming (without string blocks). By adding the solo theme (2nd guitar), we can hear a little closer of the basic style of the Nirvana version at the MTV Unplugged sessions. In short, a mix of the two versions :-)

August 30, 2014

Study in the style of “Nights In White Satin” by The Moody Blues

Here the strumming is quite simple and sounds really good. The arpeggios part is a bit more difficult to do, but it creates a nice accompaniment for the solo :-)

July 26, 2014

Study in the style of “Donna Donna” by Joan Baez

Here is a basic accompaniment in the style of the folk american singers :-). The Joan Baez interpretation is beautiful. Nice song that sounds good at the acoustic guitar.

June 27, 2014

Study in the style of “Solsbury Hill” by Peter Gabriel

A nice intro for this famous pop song from the 80s. Here I made a picking arrangement that allows to play the riff and to accompany the rest of the song. Be careful to the rhythm which is 7/4 !

April 25, 2014

Nouveau ! La Méthode Malero-Guitare :
Découvrez mes techniques et mes astuces de jeu dans une méthode complète en pdf + vidéos mp4

April 3, 2014

Fields Of Gold – Full & Interactive Online Guitar Lessons

Here is my new concept of interactive online guitar lessons :-)

You can navigate through the video from a part to the next/previous one and you can also go back to the demo of each current part !

Tab is only for the 1st guitar (rhythm guitar) but you can have the complete tab (with the 2nd guitar) by signing up to my website :

Hope you enjoy this new full & interactive online guitar lessons, I’m going to work to the next one :-)

March 22, 2014

Study in the style of “Fields Of Gold” by Sting

Very nice song that I tried to adapt to the guitar. To reproduce the peace of the groove, I choose to play arpeggiated chords.







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