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Welcome to Spytunes

A learn guitar experience that will enable you to play the guitar, understand music, and learn famous songs – all at the same time!

When we deeply study the greatest songs composed over the last century, you’ll soon discover that the building blocks of music can be understood using chord progressions, arpeggios, and scales.

Since this is most evident in the songs that made it, the ones we all know, the hits, the tunes! – We focus on them.

Never do we discuss music theory or develop a guitar part without a tune in mind.

Learning with Spytunes, you’ll not only end up fully understanding the guitar fret board. You’ll gain yourself a repertoire of well-known songs as well.

This is essential knowledge in order for you to play with other people, as well as becoming a song writer and band member.

Either way you look at it, you simply must study other peoples best tunes.

Learning songs along with music theory will enable you to improvise, arrange, and write guitar parts for both the acoustic, and electric guitar.

To make all this easy and exciting, lessons have members only video lessons where I talk about each section as well as play it in context and, most of the time, develop it.

You always get complete TAB for all examples and live loops to play along with.

It won’t be long before you realize that what is in the final video, when I play the complete song, is just the tip of the iceberg.

Every great song always have so many important lessons, waiting to be discovered and then developed on the guitar.

I hope to see you on the other side.

Dan (your guitar guru)


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Beginner Songs

Learn how to play famous beginner songs.

‘Ain’t No Sunshine’, ‘The Drugs Don’t Work’, ‘One More Cup Of Coffee’, ‘Redemption Song’, ‘Rewind’. ‘Robin Hood’, ‘Talking About A Revolution’, ‘Time Of Your Life’, and ‘Wonderwall’.

To preview each song, go to Beginner Acoustic Songs


Beginner Course

Learning how to play guitar is best done through playing and learning from songs.

Not only will learning songs help you with switching from one chord to another and improve your rhythm playing – they also hold the key to how music works theoretically.

To see all the lessons, go to the Beginner Guitar Course


Intermediate Songs

Learn how to play famous intermediate songs.

‘1234’, ‘A Change Is Gonna Come’. ‘American Pie’, ‘Angie’, ‘Babylon’, ‘Beautiful’, ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’, ‘Dreadlock Holiday’, ‘Fast Car’, ‘Hey There Delilah’, ‘I Can’t Stand The Rain’, ‘I’m Yours’, ‘Kiss Me’, ‘Mad World’, ‘Red’, ‘Starman’, ‘Sunny Afternoon’, and ‘Whistle For The Choir’.

To preview each song, go to Intermediate Acoustic Songs


Intermediate Course

Learning how to play guitar is best done through playing and learning from songs.

The intermediate songs require you to learn barre chords and pentatonic scales. This will be revolutionary for your understanding of the guitar fretboard.

To see all lessons in the intermediate course, go to Intermediate Guitar Course


Motown & Soul Songs

Learn how to play famous Motown & Soul songs.

‘Be My baby’, ‘Can I Get A Witness’, ‘Get Ready’. ‘I Heard It Through The Grapevine’, ‘Jimmy Mack’, ‘Master Blaster (Jammin’)’, ‘Money (That’s What I Want)’, ‘My Guy’, ‘Rescue Me’, ‘Respect’, ‘Son Of A Preacher Man’, ‘Soul Man’, and ‘You Can’t Hurry Love’.

To preview each song, go to Intermediate Electric Songs


Electric Course

Learning how to play guitar is best done through playing and learning from songs.

These Motown/Soul songs require you to learn how to play fractions of barre chord shapes and build improvised licks using pentatonic scales.

To see all lessons, go to the Intermediate Electric Guitar Course


Sign Up Now

A monthly subscription with access to all acoustic and electric step by step lessons, each one designed to bring your guitar playing skills to the next level.

Including detailed, but bite-sized explanations on how the music theory of each song is applied to the neck.

To sign up now, go to Monthly Subscription