Ted Nugent Wang Dang Sweet Poontang Guitar Lesson Tutorial

The Byrdman comes out of hiding for some instruction on the Ted Nugent song Wang Dang Sweet Poontang. This is a short guitar tutorial or lesson for one of the most gentle, and loving songs of all time. -:)

Also a quick review of the Xaviere XV-950 guitar that is about the the most economical Byrdland wanna-be out there. “If you are a connoisseur of high end craftsmanship you might think twice, however, mine play and sound as well as any of ’em’

Thank you for all the great comments and nudging me to get something new up!


Xaviere XV-950 Guitar Review

Many have asked me if I can suggest a guitar that doesn’t cost crazy money like a Byrdland, and this may be a great option. This is a short video showing the Xaviere XV-950 Guitar from Guitarfetish .com.

It looks very Tedly and is an inexpensive option when the Nugent howl is Craved. Check out the video to see for yourself. Thank you for all the ongoing great comments and more!


Learn Some Ted Nugent Guitar!

The Byrdman Steve is quite possibly the world’s most loyal Ted Nugent Activist! In this short video the Byrdman gives a quick rundown of our channel.

The Byrdman Steve’s channel shows off his skills of 31 + years of Nuge obsession, shows you how to play the material, and promotes our conservative principles. We welcome your comments and suggestions. Thank you for watching!

Byrdman Steve

How To Play Ted Nugent Stranglehold Solo on Guitar

This one is for you, Greg! Better late than pregnant:) While I have posted a few Stranglehold videos in the past, I think this one shows the complete guitar solo better than the rest of ’em. I, The Byrdman Steve, am playing it very close to the way Ted Nugent played it on the original album in 1975 but like all the others, they are a lifetime in progress.

As usual, listen at your own risk, as I am always open to your suggestions and corrections. Many of you have been very complimentary about my sound and asked how I get it. I’ve used many amps throughout my videos, and I am convinced it has more to do with playing style than anything else. Next would be the Byrdland guitar or at least a hollow-body guitar. The amp is No. 3 in my opinion, at least when it comes to Ted. I’ve said it before and will continue saying it, Stranglehold may be the greatest Rock N Roll song of all time, and that’s based on concrete evidence, not opinion:)

Stranglehold is about the sexiest way of saying “F” off that the mind can possibly endure. As usual, if you are offended by the occasional Right Wing Extremism that is All American and peppered throughout this channel, then you have the option to stop watching. At least until you Liberals take that freedom away too! Thank you all for continuing to treat me so kindly!!!

Byrdman Steve

Ted Nugent Paralyzed Live Cover 1989 By Byrd Steve

Here is some Vintage ByrdmanSteve. I think this was about 1989 or perhaps lets just say back when the Byrdman had hair. No Byrdland guitar quite yet but that didn’t stop the Nuge from flowing.

Paralyzed was the first song on the State of Shock album in 1979 if I’m not mistaken, and I’m not:) I was still just a boy when it came out. I think 1980 Was my first anxiously awaited Ted Nugent release. Begging the record store owner to let us have the new album just before the release date but he never would. It was just sitting there!!! Those were the times. Thanks for watching and all your comments!


20 Ted Nugent Favorite Guitar Riffs That Are not Stranglehold

Watch At Your Own Risk:) While the Byrdman’s Ted Nugent Riffs are Damn Close, I am not responsible for finger lash and DO NOT Guarantee all riffs and licks are played 100% as Ted Nugent plays them.

There is only One Nuge!!! This is by no means a complete favorite licks list as damn near every Nuge song would need to be included. Stranglehold? Stranglehold stands alone my friends… holding the answers to the universe.

This video is a collection of 16 loving and affectionate Ted Nugent guitar riffs, licks and more. I am proud to say my daughter ByrdgirlKarah was in in this video and was in training when this was made. She shows me a thing or two now!

There are a few songs off of Ted Nugent’s killer album many don’t even know about called If You Can’t Lick ‘Em Lick ‘Em and a few all time classics of course. See the list below and thanks for watching! All your kind comments have helped keep the byrdman a lil less grouchy:)


Ted Nugent Stranglehold Jazz Nightmare

This is a fun, silly clip. The ByrdmanSteve has a nightmare while cat napping. Imagine only being able to play stranglehold “jazz style”. Very troubling for a rocker!

I would like to thank my YouTube Friend Ken for sending me some footage of jazz guitar, on a Byrdland, played to the legendary Ted Nugent Stranglehold groove. This clip does not do Ken enough justice. Nice Job Ken and thank you!

Ted Nugent Guitar Lesson Hey Baby Cover

Hey Baby is a Ted Nugent classic written by the Awesome Derek St. Holmes. I, The Byrdman Steve, gives a crash course on how to play the song Hey Baby.

I am using my Ted Nugent Gibson, Howard Roberts Fusion guitar. I’m gonna leave playing the high note on the Byrdland to Ted:)

I hope you find this helpful. Please let me know if I can answer any questions.