BABY PLEASE DON'T GO by AC/DC
This all-time classic blues rock song was written back in 1935 by Big Joe Williams, but it’s been covered by so many bands over the years! For good reason, too. It’s such a fun one to get into. I’ve even played it back in the day when I was in my first band! Not very well, mind you, but it’s great fun and a great one to develop listening skills between two guitarists in a band.
For this lesson, I’m really basing it off of the AC/DC version, but there are a few other bits thrown in. The great thing with there being so many versions of this song is that there are so many different places to pull inspiration from. Lots of room for hammer-ons, flick-offs, slides, bends - the whole heap. I’m sure you’ll have loads of fun experimenting with this one!