What GN Lesson is most helpful to you?
The lessons on Landslide and Your Song. They were songs that I was already attempting to play. I guess I look at songs first then techniques to make them better.
Absolute Beginner Part 1: Chords.
Picture In Dorian Gray https://www.guitarnoise.com/lessons/picture-in-dorian-gray/
This article helped to prepare me for stepping outside of my comfort zone (playing strictly rhythm guitar) and jumping into playing lead.
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"Don't wanna ride no shootin' star. Just wanna play on the rhythm guitar." Emmylou Harris, "Rhythm Guitar" from "The Ballad of Sally Rose"
The absolute beginner one's. Helped me alot when i first started.
I am still learning "Margaritaville "
I really like the song ...
And here Jimmy Buffett singing it
Here is to you as good as you are
And here is to me as bad as I am
As good as you are and as bad as I am
I'm as good as you are as bad as I am
Hodge's 12-string article Double Your Pleasure which featured the Allman Bros' song Melissa really opened doors for me. The open chord voicings are something I use regularly in the church band, whenever I play guitar instead of bass. 12-string not required; I play a regular 6er and it's still incredibly useful. Alex Lifeson uses a similar technique in a number of Rush tunes.
"Everybody got to elevate from the norm."
For me it was My My Hey Hey, I even figured out the harmonica part
It was like a little gold nugget, that I panned out of GN while working on other stuff. I took it into my guitar lesson, and we embellished it a little.