wow Ramiro!!! awesome playing man, whatta beautiful song! I love it! I used to play this one over and over again!
Nice to see another lesson from you Ramiro. Great song and great cover.
So awesome... I really love it Ramiro! Great work
Great cover! One of first songs I tried to learn on guitar!
Fantastic work on this classic Ramiro!
Great lesson Ramiro!! and a great song choice too. One of my faves by Metallica and one of the first songs I learned to play. Wish I had this lesson then Loved the switch between electric and acoustic too btw.
Great job man Everyone should learn this one.
Ramiro this is so cool. One of my favourite Ballads. What an awesome job.
The best metal ballad ever!
agree, best metal ballad ever!
Your guitar is very slightly out of tune, which is somewhat noticeable at the solo.
Otherwise, it was really well played!
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Great lesson Ramiro! Everyone likes this song.
very good job, I agree everyone should learn this!
Great song and great lesson, Ramiro!
Brilliant man. What a tremendous undertaking for a lesson. Bravo! This is something we should all learn just to honor the effort put into it.
Great lesson! Reminds me of the old days...
Epic tune and great lesson Ramiro.
absolute classic, great lesson
awsome dude! A good cover and great lesson
Hi GMC'ers! In this opportunity we'll see a very famous ballad by Metallica, Nothing Else Matters, from the “Black” Album. This record, perhaps the most known of the band, was released in 1990 and was the factor that helped Metallica to make world tours (Wherever We May Roam tour and Nowhere Else to Roam tour). The “Black” album was the fifth released since “Kill em' all” in 1983 and it was the step between the aesthetic barrer the thrash period (Kill em' all, Ride the lightening, Justice for all) and the more heavy rock records to come (Load, Re-Load).
On this particular track of the record Michael Kamen took care of the arrangements, most of them string arrangements. I've tried to stick to the original arrangement and you'll hear the strings and all of the guitar fills that are on the record.
The techniques that you'll have to use to play this song are:
The original form of this song is:
Here I leave you also the way you may want to thing the form in order to remember.
(The numbers indicate the number of times that the part is played).
I hope you enjoy the lesson! :)