Neil Young – Out On The Weekend Guitar Lesson Tutorial Acoustic Live BBC


  1. Ola Ardakani

    Great lesson as usual… I hope you do the Dire Straits' Tunnel of Love tutorial very soon, with detailed (as much as possible) explanation on MK's right hand technique.

  2. Lennert Everling

    Justin! Another awesome lesson, as usual 🙂 I was wondering if you feel like tackling another John Mayer song. It's called The Heart of Life and it's not as difficult as Stop This Train, but it does feature John's signature picking pattern. A beautiful song and an awesome technique in general, but I can't seem to get it down on my own.. I'd be forever grateful!

  3. Deb Lilley

    Dude. We've been asking for that melody break on your Harvest lesson. Please. Please. Please. Be a good fella and slow it down for us. Okay. Now. How about Campaigner?

  4. Muhammad Amine

    i like you're lesson, please a lesson about d'ont let bring you down by neil…is a very very good song

  5. Barry Duff

    Justin, how about Bruce Springsteen's – Open All Night. A great song for beginners and given that I'm a beginner… and I'd told my class that I'd perform it at assembly and they laughed.

  6. Michael Gorman

    Not bad, but you could open up the rhythm a little more, I love the harmonica in this one-it has a driving 3/4 beat but also has those swells in the chorus, good job!

  7. richard campbell

    Per your request — The Old Laughing Lady, Dreaming' Man, Sugar Mountain, and/or Don't Let It Bring You Down! Love what you're doing, and love Neil Young!

  8. Shawn Neal

    EXCELLENT. You really have just the right voice to pull off Neil. Not too many do!

  9. Paul Lee

    Great timing I was just trying to figure this out for the harp! ( it’s an A harp ). Thanks for posting 🤙🏻

  10. jesse holiday

    Thx Justin!!! Probably my fav NY song.. I want the tabs for the harmonica to maybe play a lead lick over it.. I like to jsut the play the bar chords to it. Good practice and sounds nice too.

  11. Steve Swan

    Justin, thank you for all you do. Love to see Down by the River & Cinnamon Girl.

  12. Yanto2013

    Hey! Justin! Thank You once more you have 'Nailed it' :O) ps: We can never have enough Neil Young songs.

  13. LuKa Luke

    just wanna say THANK YOU for all the lessons you made…i appreciate that much..many greetz from north europe!:-)

  14. Francis Fielding

    If you have time, I'm learning "If I don't know" – Monsanto Years, an easy and meaningful tune – but I'm lost the final chords of the verse. (a great resource for Youngsters) have it as D, D7, D6, Daug, D.
    But that's not how it looks with Stephen Stills here:

    How would you transcribe it? I really think it is worth a beginners lesson.

  15. Soltano

    Do you know Champs Elysées by Joe Dassin? It's a really simple song but I think it could be nice for practicing seventh chords. Dassin recorded a french, a german and an english version of it. I think that is incredible.

  16. Curvy Carcass

    Hey Justin
    Can you please do Naive by The Kooks? It's a great tune!
    Loving the vids btw, you're the best! (Also loving the Rut Buster video's at Andertons 🙂 )

  17. Shuffle

    Sometimes I just like to listen to Justin's covers when the new lesson comes out.

  18. Ignacio Carral

    Loved it. He, The Beatles and Dylan…the summit of folk-rock. Can you do some of Bobby's next time?

  19. Evgeniy NeutralMusician

    I think it's one of the greatest Neil's songs. One of my favourite as well. Great lesson, Justin, was my pleasure to listen!

  20. Me Me

    Holy crap where did that voice come from? Brilliant

  21. Jason Skipper

    Hey Justin! Any chance you will do some Rory Gallagher songs in the future? Cheers!!!

  22. Lovesun Cole

    Hello, please consider making a videos showing how Pancho And Lefty by Townes Van Zandt plays, it's a great song in my opinion.
    Good video, greetings from Costa Rica.

  23. Kevin Joly

    « She’s so fine, she’s in my mind… » 😍😍 thanks Justin !!!

  24. Steve S.

    “One of these days” would be awesome, i’ve tried to transcribe it but the drop D tuning is throwing me off a bit 😄

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