Crosby, Stills & Nash Guitar Lessons
Learn how to play the songs by Crosby, Stills & Nash note-for-note on guitar with the Crosby, Stills & Nash Guitar Lessons. Each lesson includes the playthru, video lesson, songsheet with chords and tab.
Click on any of the song titles to see a clip from the start of the lesson. (The free one you can download in its entirety.)
You’ll receive at least two videos per song, one lesson and one performance-standard play-through. You’ll also receive the chords/lyrics and guitar tabs as PDF files.
The videos are mp4 format and should play on PC’s, Macs and most mobile devices.
They will download as Zip files. If you don’t have a Zip program on your PC you’ll need to install one to open the file. .
If you want to download to an iPad or iPhone, please read here.
Rik Geis says
Jerry, I love the site and works you put out. Thank you for doing Jackson Browne’s “The Road”. I have been trying to get the intro down and song and you read my mind and did this song. I’m a huge fan. Rik from Berlin, New Jersey.
Thanks Rik. Great song.
SERRIGNY Gilles says
Just a precision. On the Suite Judy Blue Eyes lesson, there is a part for the Stephen Stills’s acoustic guitar solo?
Thank you again.
Not note-for-note no. Because it’s an improvised solo, that section is covered in general giving ideas around which to improvise your solo.
SERRIGNY Gilles says
That’s perfect for me.
Ross Pocklington says
Thanks for all your work presenting all of these fantastic transcriptions-I am a semi professional guitarist many years and I know how much time goes into working each (beside your video demonstrations)of these out and committing them to TAB .
I wonder whether you could get to “You don’t have to cry” and “Black queen”?
Queen”? I assume the are probably strange tunings again.
Thanks again for all your hard work.
They’re both in double drop D. I’ll be doing You Don’t Have To Cry for sure. I’ve tabbed out Black Queen but I can’t get Stills’ feel when I play it through myself, so I put it aside rather than do a bodge job.
Jerry, thanks for all your work. As it’s been a few years, any chance you’re interested in giving “Black Queen” another go? At least one person would be thrilled…
Me too :D