Released in 1987 and written by Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, Wanted Dead Or Alive sounds incredible on acoustic guitar. 

During a 2008 encore performance in Detroit, Jon Bon Jovi told the crowd about running into Bob Seger at a Pistons game. As he introduced his song “Wanted Dead or Alive”, he said it was inspired by Seger’s “Turn the Page” hit and called the song the band’s anthem.

Grab the chord charts and tabs for Wanted Dead Or Alive below.

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Download the tabs & chord charts for Wanted Dead Or Alive

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Guitar Animal provides members with an easy to use video player that allows you to define sections of any lesson to loop as often as you need. You can even slow down the speed of the looped section. This will really help you nail those tricky riffs. Here's how it works:

How to use the guitar animal video looper

While playing any video on Guitar Animal, hover over the active video window with your mouse pointer. Or tap on a mobile device. Click the AB Loop button. The button will turn green when activated. Now you can either use the keyboard shortcuts I for in, and O for out, to set your loop points. Or drag the handles to your preferred in and out points. Now the video will loop that segment! Click the A/B loop button again to turn off looping. You can also slow the video down or speed it up. Click the 1x button at the bottom right to select your desired speed.

1 Comment

  1. Eric Weston

    Working on the intro, almost there. In my mind I’m thinking slide or slide/pivot all the way down. You are right, it takes hundreds of reps to get the muscle memory embedded.

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