Nick Greathouse guides you through the Collective Soul hit "The World I Know," from their 1995 self-titled album.
Taught by Nick Greathouse in Songs with Nick Greathouse seriesLength: 21:41Difficulty: 0.5 of 5
Greathouse delivers Phase 3 Lessons from technical guitarists such as Eric Johnson, Richie Kotzen, Guthrie Govan, Neil Zaza, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, John Petrucci, and Andy Timmons.
Nick Greathouse takes you through every nuance of the John Mayer hit "Daughters".Length: 27:49 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
Nick is back with another acoustic song! This song is loaded with lots of dark, brooding, solemn chords that are a little bit different and less commonly used. So dig in and enjoy!Length: 37:37 Difficulty: 3.0 Members Only
Nick Greathouse guides you through the Collective Soul hit "The World I Know," from their 1995 self-titled album.Length: 21:41 Difficulty: 0.5 Members Only
Nick Greathouse teaches you how to play this great song from the band Three Days Grace. This song has a acoustic and electric parts and is perfect for a beginner not scared of drop d tuning.Length: 23:00 Difficulty: 1.0 Members Only
About Nick Greathouse
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Nick Greathouse was born on December 11th, 1980 in Canton, Ohio. He was exposed to many different musical styles from a very young age. Growing up in the "MTV generation" some of his earliest memories involve watching Van Halen, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, and Guns n' Roses with his brother and cousin. His mother played piano, sang and filled the house with the sounds of singer-songwriters Cat Stevens, Jackson Browne and Elton John and his father was always listening to country music along with classic rockers Tom Petty and Bob Seger. He never had to look far to hear great music.
Though he was constantly surrounded by music, it wasn't until Nick heard his first Beatles album (Revolver) when he was 10 that he became interested in being a musician. Shortly thereafter, his older brother got an electric guitar which Nick began to play (while his bro was out of the house!). The moment his fingers touched the strings for the first time, he was hooked and had to have one of his own.
Throughout high school Nick took guitar lessons and would jam with his friends as much as possible, his skills on the instrument improved significantly. He would spend hours with his cd player learning Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix songs by ear. But after hearing Steve Vai's album "Passion and Warfare" guitar playing became an all out obsession.
After high school, at age 18, Nick began teaching guitar lessons at a local music store. He also entered the music program at Kent State University where he studied classical guitar with George Bachmann. During this time he performed many solo guitar recitals and also played with the guitar ensemble. When he honed his reading chops to a high level he started playing in pit orchestras and band for local theaters.
Nick took a break from Kent in 2004 when he moved to Hollywood, California for a short time to study at Musician's Institute (GIT). While there he had classes with Daniel Gilbert, Joy Basu, Tom Kolb, Carl Verheyen, and his private lesson instructor Jean-Marc Belkadi.
Nick returned to Ohio in order to finish his college education. He joined a local metal core band called Last Second Decision which was formed by his brother. During his tenure with Last Second Decision Nick began taking lessons from one of his heroes, Cleveland based guitar virtuoso, Neil Zaza. They became fast friends and since then Nick has gone on to perform with Zaza numerous times including television appearances, local club gigs and the holiday spectacular "Neil Zaza's One Silent Night" at Cleveland's Playhouse Square. Nick also appears on the 2007 CD "Neil Zaza's One Silent Night: A Night at The Palace".
Nick is a graduate of Kent State University (BA Music) and continues to teach privately at a music store in Kent, Ohio and also at his home. He is very excited to be a part of the JamPlay team!
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