Band Song 2 - Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones

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Welcome to the guitar lesson for song 2 of the Andy Guitar Band Program - Satisfaction (I can't get no) by The Rolling Stones!

This is the song that launched the Rolling Stones career and regularly features within the top 5 of various 'Greatest song of all time' lists!

Let's get rehearsing!

Song breakdown

Main Guitar Riff

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Keiths signature lead guitar part was recorded using a Maestro FZ-1 Fuzz-Tone. He originally intended this to replaced by horns, but was outvoted in the studio! I just alternated between channels 1 and 2 of my Victory Sheriff amplifier to go between clean and overdrive tones.

Verse chords

The chords featured in this song are an E major, A major and B major - and that's it!

Thomas played the simple strumming part using open chords and the B barre chord. I played power chords in the verse, which is closer to what Keith Richards is doing during the verses on the original recording.

Andy Guitar Band - Live cover of '(I can't get no) Satisfaction'!

Remember, to play in a live band you don't just practice till you can get it right, you need to practice till you never get it wrong! Therefore it is an essential part of this course that you revisit these pages and play along to the live covers like you're a in a real band and you're rehearsing your live set! Here's the live cover alone so you can jam along to the live band without having to search through the tutorial video - enjoy jamming along!

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Get more help

Need more help than this tutorial provides?

Check out some of Andy's recommended courses below.

>> Power chords and rhythm help - Andy's Improver Course

Next Up: Band Song 3 - Learn To Fly by Foo Fighters

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