Cowgirl In The Sand - Guitar Lesson
Songs & Artists - Neil Young

Charts, TAB, and Guitar Pro Files are only made available to our TARGET Members Cowgirl In The Sand is a song of Neil Young’s that he presents in a few different settings, some acoustic and some electric. This lesson covers the acoustic techniques he used on albums like Four Way Street, the live, break-up album by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young from their 1970 tour. The main technique addressed is the palm muting that creates a very percussive sound.

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Woh! That's a Challenge - Sensei!written by ogimog, September 28, 2014
any tabs or lesson for the solo jam please. You're doing great!!!written by alegaspi16, September 18, 2014
Its the Neil Young songs that brought me to this site and I've been waiting for your take on this one for quite awhile. The chords are easy but your solo jam is what I strive for Thanks--Another late night jam song that I would love to see the solo jam type of thing is Cortez the Killer One of Neil's most simple chord progression but such a haunting solo acoustic guitar piece-- Check out solo and unplugged on you tubewritten by rcb53, June 11, 2012
Not sure what the login gripe is about the first Chart attachement. Everything else works as expected.written by johnernestadam, May 06, 2012
Greatest song ever, except for maybe all of Neil Young's other songs. I don't want to go to work anymore, I just want to stay home and learn to play this. Thanks Neil and please keep the NY stuff coming.written by torqued, May 05, 2012
Great song. Another good version is on Live at Massey Hall. Thank Neil for putting this one and the other Neil Young tunes out.written by pjones, April 28, 2012
Awesome, neil.written by leeson, April 25, 2012
Wow! What a great lesson on one of my favorite songs. This lesson is worth the price of admission. You will not find this level of detail anywhere else on the web. The icing on the cake? That solo jam at the end. Something nice to shoot for. Thanks Neil! written by trix606, April 25, 2012