This is the full guitar lesson for Bron-Yr-Aur by Led Zeppelin.
Jimmy Page wrote this beautiful instrumental in the early to mid-seventies and named it after the cottage that he and Robert Plant stayed at in Wales to recuperate and write after a gruelling tour. The song appears on the band's hugely successful album Physical Graffiti, and it's a real joy to play.
Alright, let's pick up our guitars and learn how to play Bron-Yr-Aur!
- Key - C major
- Tuning - C A C G C E
- Difficulty - intermediate - advanced
As you learn to play Bron-Yr-Aur, be sure to frequently return to the performance as a good reference point and guide.
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Bron-Yr-Aur Guitar Lesson
This song can be pretty challenging to play at times - some parts you may find straightforward while other sections will likely require some more practice. Be sure to put your guitar into the correct tuning - C A C G C E and avoid muting the strings throughout. Let them ring out open and into each each other. Other than that, enjoy the lessons!
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There's just a few other twists and turns to navigate your way through but most of the hard work is done already.
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