Sunday, February 26, 2012

Best Acoustic Guitar Songs for Beginners

The 60s is known as the golden age of pop, a time when this music was fresh and new, a time too when some of the best guitar music was made by legendary groups like The Beatles and the Rolling Stones.

(1) Oh My Darlin' Clementine -

Huckleberry Hound sang this song, an American western folk ballad that tells the story of a bereaved lover who lost his darling in the 1849 California Gold Rush. You can play this song with the D and A7 chords and use a 3/4 strum pattern. It sounds nice too with a bass strum, pick the fourth string on beat one of the D chords then strum twice, pick the fifth string on beat one of A7 chords and strum twice.

(2) I'm Yours - Jason Mraz

When I first heard this song over in Honolulu it took me by surprise; a great song for those beach parties.

(3) Californication - Red Hot Chilli Peppers

A nice classic introduction worth learning.

(4) Knocking on heaven's door - Bob Dylan

A great Dylan classic that is easy to play and would be great at parties.

(5) Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd

A widely recognized song throughout the world

The America song, Horse With No Name can be played using only one chord. There are a gazillion songs with only three chords. House Of The Rising Sun is an extremely popular song often played on it, which has only four easy chords.

Learning guitar is definitely more enjoyable if you also like the songs you're playing. Also, this provides you the motivation to finish the whole song because it's your favorite and you'll be adamant on learning it.

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