Eagles Volume 2 Pack

Eagles Volume 2 Pack

What's included

  • All tab
  • Chords
  • Chart
  • Guitar pro files


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Songs included:

1. Certain Kind Of Fool

2. Doolin'-Dalton

3. I Can't Tell You Why

4. Love Will Keep Us Alive

5. Most Of Us Are Sad

6. Try And Love Again


  • Lesson 1: Certain Kind Of Fool by The Eagles - Guitar Lesson

    Certain Kind Of Fool was co-written and sung by founding Eagles-member and bass player Randy Meisner. It appeared as the 6th track on their 2nd studio album ‘Desperado’ (1973).

    The arrangement primarily features open chords in the key of D, with a few out of the key, and only one barre chord in the guitar solo.

    The lesson will take a look at the signature intro and progression, which has a few differences going from one part to another. The strumming which could be done at the speed of 8’ths but can change occasionally to double time back and forth.

    The biggest challenge is the singing and the several syncopated chord changes throughout the arrangement.

  • Lesson 2: Doolin-Dalton by The Eagles - Guitar Lesson

    Doolin-Dalton is the first track of The Eagles’ 2nd studio album ‘Desperado’ (1973) and surely a favorite among Eagles fans.

    It features an intro with Glenn Frey playing the harmonica and this lesson shows how to somewhat copy it on the guitar.

    We take a look at the chords, which are for the most part relatively easy. The progression is as well, but does have a few twists and turns with, for example, chords going from major to minor and vice versa.

    The strumming should be done in double time, and involves quite a bit of focused and also subtle strumming, in particular of course for the intro. Then again, in other parts of the song it needs to be strong at the right times as well.

    We also take a quick look at Doolin-Dalton Reprise, or part II as my official Eagles songbook calls it.

  • Lesson 3: I Can’t Tell You Why by The Eagles - Guitar Lesson

    I Can’t Tell You Why is a song by the Eagles and appears on their 1979 album ‘The Long Run’. It features bass player Timothy B. Schmit on vocals who also co-wrote it.

    This lesson shows a way to accompany yourself when it’s just you and your guitar.

    It teaches the song in the key of Am (Capo II), instead of Bm as done on the original recording. Personally I prefer the sound of open chords, and it makes the arrangement easier for most other guitar players.

    We take a look at the progression, the chords, the strumming and the main signature fill.

  • Lesson 4: Love Will Keep Us Alive - Eagles - Guitar Lesson

    In 1994, after a 14 year vacation, The Eagles got back together again. They performed a reunion concert which appeared on the DVD ‘Hell Freezes Over’ and released a new album with the same name. It included eleven live tracks from the concert and four new studio tracks, including Love Will Keep Us Alive, sung by their bass player, Timothy B. Schmit.

    The lesson takes a look at the rhythm guitar part and the picking guitar part. The song uses the I, II, IV, V and VI in the key of A and features an easy progression, picking pattern and strumming pattern. If the student is able to play barre chords, the song should be very easy to tackle.

  • Lesson 5: Most Of Us Are Sad

    Most Of Us Are Sad is a song by The Eagles, written by Gley Frey, sung by Randy Meisner, and appears on their debut studio album (1972) 'The Eagles'.

    It's a perfect song for beginners, since it features basic open chords, an easy strumming pattern with swing feel, and a straightforward progression. 

    We also take a quick look at how to incorporate the little melody in the intro for the ones who are further along their guitar journey. 

  • Lesson 6: Try And Love Again - The Eagles - Guitar Lesson

    Try And Love Again is a song written by founding Eagles-member and bass player Randy Meisner, who is known in particular for his high vocals. It appears on the Eagles’ 5th studio album ‘Hotel California’, released in 1976.

    This lesson takes a look at a simple way of playing it as a single guitar part. It covers the signature riff in first position, the chords in the key of D and the progression. The latter is pretty straightforward, but might be a little challenging to some, because of a few quick chord changes.