We've based these rankings on a combined viewership from PremierGuitar.com and YouTube to compile this year's top 10. Frampton and BTBAM and nearly tied—split higher votes between YouTube and PremierGuitar.com
 

10b. Peter Frampton's "I Saved a Bird Today"

The British guitar hero demonstrates his Django-inspired 2017 single, plus the riff from his '76 smash "Do You Feel Like We Do."

And don't forget to check out his Rig Rundown.



 

10a. Between the Buried and Me's "Blot"

Guitarist Paul Waggoner provides the fretting-hand recipe to nail the lead single off BTBAM's new album, Automata I.

And don't forget to check out the band's Rig Rundown.



 

9. All Them Witches' "When God Comes Back"

Ben McLeod deconstructs the monstrous guitar part that kickstarts side A of Lightning at the Door.

And don't forget to check out the band's Rig Rundown.



 

8. Melvins' "Edgar the Elephant"

Buzz Osborne, Jeff Pinkus, and Steven McDonald break down their individual parts before combining powers for a thunderous performance of the A Walk with Love & Death track.

And don't forget to check out the band's Rig Rundown.



 

7. Killswitch Engage's "Hate by Design"

Guitarist Joel Stroetzel demonstrates how to play the main verse part to the lead single off Incarnate.

And don't forget to check out the band's Rig Rundown.



 

6. Alter Bridge's "In Loving Memory"

The popular song (and unusual fingerpicking pattern) off the band's 2004 debut, One Day Remains, is simplified by creator Mark Tremonti.

And don't forget to check out Alter Bridge's Rig Rundown.