Simple Acoustic Songs To Build Your Repertoire
Acoustic Guitar Techniques & Essentials • 11m
If you struggle with chord transitions, try taking your hand away from the guitar neck, and then bringing it right into the chord position. These songs are great to practice for this, and should be in every guitar player’s repertoire, no matter their skill level or musical taste. Each tune contains fundamental elements that are extremely helpful to work on. Plus, the songs sound great and are a blast to play! Below are tabs and for the songs with more nuanced parts, but luckily the chords used in a majority of these songs are so simple you’ll be memorizing these classics in no time.
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