Learn Stone Temple Pilots Creep Easy Acoustic Guitar Lesson With Strum Patterns Chords Tabs

Learn Stone Temple Pilots Creep Easy Acoustic Guitar Lesson With Strum Patterns Chords Tabs

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40 responses to “Learn Stone Temple Pilots Creep Easy Acoustic Guitar Lesson With Strum Patterns Chords Tabs”

  1. Denise Rodriguez says:

    It’s a good video but I feel that you break it down so much that it really gets confusing

  2. Paul Peterson says:

    nice and clear…thanks !

  3. facepunch5000 says:

    I’m a drummer but I have been trying, for the last few months, to pick up acoustic guitar. I think that whether you’re a musician or you just picked up a guitar for the first time, this is absolutely spot on.. well done

  4. Ryan Haydon says:

    Thanks for another great lesson! I was using a different one for this song, and the chorus lick was harder to play than your version and it sounds right on to me!

  5. Mel says:

    Your videos are very helpful for a beginner like me! Only one suggestion – it’s very helpful to have the song played though in its entirety with the chords identified. That way I can learn/practice the speed of the chord progression as one fluid song as you play instead of piece by piece. Thanks!

  6. bryan garcia says:

    thanks for the video. i want to learn this song for scott. may he rest in peace he will be sorely missed

  7. John Robinson says:

    Awesome lesson.. Thanks having fun is the key.. Peace JR..

  8. Máximo Martínez says:

    Great lesson. Your lessons serve me to improve my way of playing the guitar and to improve my English. Thank you so much from Spain.

  9. Aussie Anarchist says:

    Very helpful mate. Thanks for walking us through the song.

  10. Kamal Kunjapur says:

    This was just amazing!! Scott, I ll keep playing your songs and pass them to my next generations in future. I hope you RIP!!

    David, thank you so much for your lesson!!

  11. Cris Muzzarelli says:

    I thought you did a Great job-think Scott would have liked it,too!

  12. rjbizzle1984 says:

    this is one of the easier stp songs on guitar, dean deleo’s song’s aren’t nearly as easy to play as most of the other 90s alternative rock stuff. he uses a lot of uncommon chords usually. great band. RIP Scott weiland, u were truly one of the very best vocalists i’ve ever heard, so versatile and talented…..

  13. dieter schanzer says:

    that guitar sounds wonderful

  14. Justin Crotty says:

    Thanks for spending time on the strum patterns. So often the strum patterns are overlooked – those of us who are beginners have the hardest time with strum patterns. Chord progressions are easier to pick up – strum patterns are tough. This lesson really helped with the strum patterns – thanks for actually writing those out on the screen.

  15. logan inman says:

    So fuckin alike, shit!!! So well done.

  16. leosaber santos says:

    Aula muito boa! Espetacular didática!

  17. Tony James says:

    hell yeah great job man

  18. Wesley says:

    do u have tabs ?????

  19. Matthew Lebish says:

    This was very, very helpful! Can you do more STP?

  20. Matthew Lebish says:

    Can you do wicked garden and sex type thing

  21. Cris Bogarin says:

    Sweet lesson! Thanks for breaking down the strumming pattern!!!!!! FYI I love how you yell AGAIN! lol Thanks!

  22. remimomo says:

    just an awesome tutorial for one of my fav stp songs.. thanks a lot man!!

  23. chris van allsburg says:

    guitar teachers and also mountain bikers are some of the nicest people around. so chill, so helpful. thanks David Taub.

  24. Edward Kvande says:

    Great Vid!

  25. AK FOX says:

    Thanks again as always David. As always you’ve been a great help in learning a new song. You and couple of other teachers on here, have quickly taken me from a beginner to a pretty damn good intermediate player out doing open mikes. Rock on!

  26. altay turan says:

    thank you very much!

  27. Nick Saggio says:

    wish you would play more and talk less

  28. Rhayna batalan says:

    Thank you for the Free Lesson. 😍👍🙌😘 I love it.

  29. Matthew Elkins says:

    Rip Chris

  30. Allexis Berry says:

    easy to follow. thanks!

  31. Killer Dura says:

    rip scott weiland…………

  32. Ebmoluoc’s Game Room says:

    The strum patterns aren’t hard for me, what’s hard is the rhythm of the patterns if that makes sense to anyone

  33. Shteviz Hippogriff says:

    im not used to making a b I never use that cord my self.

  34. Andy Sully says:

    Thx for this. I disagree with the thumbs down ppl

  35. Kid Poker says:

    strumming with feel is always better regardless of skill level

  36. Jeff Hermann says:

    Easy to follow. Thank you kindly.

  37. John Smith says:

    Very insightful thanks very much

  38. Joseph Porter says:

    Ur real good

  39. -NBS- says:

    Yeahhhh !!! such a nice way to explain how it works !! Thanks Dude

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