CCR – Bad Moon Rising – Easy Beginner Song


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Bad Moon Rising by CCR is a good, easy beginner song to learn on the guitar.

The three chords in this song are D, A and G. These chords are some of the most basic ones there are, so if you’re a beginner this is a great song to practice those chords with.

Bad Moon Rising is a pretty popular CCR song, and another benefit is that you can practice your strumming on this one!

Check out Marty’s lesson:

CCR – Bad Moon Rising Guitar Lesson

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Boston – More Than A Feeling Guitar Lesson


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Here’s another great lesson by Marty Schwartz on how to play Boston’s More Than A Feeling.

More Than A Feeling is one of Boston’s hit songs, and the good news for you is it isn’t that hard to play on the guitar, and sounds great!

The chords for the first part of this song are D, Cadd9 and G.

The chorus is G, C, Em and D.

More Than A Feeling is a great tune to practice your picking and strumming on, and as always, Marty shows everything in great detail.

Check it out:

Boston – More Than A Feeling Guitar Lesson

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Van Morrison – Brown Eyed Girl Guitar Lesson


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Here’s another great lesson from Marty Schwartz, teaching you how to play Van Morrison’s hit song Brown Eyed Girl on the guitar.

The song is pretty simple, so hopefully you’ll pick it up pretty quick. Brown Eyed Girl is a great song for beginner guitar players to work on, and for the more advanced players, you can have a lot of fun filling in riffs too!

Check it out: Brown Eyed Girl Guitar Lesson

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How To Play Acoustic Guitar


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Checkout this guitar lesson on how to play acoustic guitar, from Marty Schwartz! Marty is pretty laid back in this lesson, as usual, so don’t feel any pressure as you’re trying to learn the guitar.

Basically what he’s doing here is modifying a normal open D chord and then inverting it, so that you end up with this cool form that you can do a lot more with. It’s actually very closely related to a Bm7, if you watch closely. There are quite a few other things you can do with the D chord as well.

How To Play Acoustic Guitar

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