Fingerpicking For BEGINNERS-Play Guitar In 12 Minutes!

Fingerpicking For BEGINNERS! An amazingly easy way to learn fingerstyle guitar. All lessons here: http://acousticguitarvideos.com/6572/fingerpicking-for-beginners-learn-fingerstyle-guitar/

An even easier new Lesson Series “BEGINNERS: Play Your First Fingerstyle Song in 60 MINUTES” can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1d_vprBkTE

For those of you needing help with learning a D Chord, “How to play a D Chord on Guitar” shows how to play 5 different types of D Chords. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK2KIzd19AY
The free course of 5 videos also includes the one key secret of playing a regular standard D Chord that eludes most beginners. You just won’t find this information anywhere else!

For those of you that are a little more advanced but still consider yourself a “beginner”, check out our new “Quick Tips” weekly series

In this Lesson 1 of “Fingerpicking For BEGINNERS-Play Guitar In 12 Minutes!,” you will learn and easy basic guitar picking pattern with your right hand, and an easy “CHEAT” chord on your left hand. By the end of the lesson, you can be playing parts if not all of this guitar lesson, it’s that EASY!

For lesson #2 and to continue with yet another easy “CHEAT” chord to learn, visit http://acousticguitarvideos.com/6572/fingerpicking-for-beginners-learn-fingerstyle-guitar/

Fingerpicking For Beginners Lessons are free.

After the 4th lesson, we are going to take the easy chords we learned and and slowly move towards learning a song.

Here’s more about the course:

This Lesson 1 features a basic finger picking guitar pattern broken down from in sections to make it easily understandable. http://acousticguitarvideos.com rates this the top and easiest to understand fingerpicking for beginners guitar lessons on the internet.

The right hand picking involved is a basic finger picking pattern that is used in many many popular song. Learning this beginner guitar lesson is the first step to learn how to play the acoustic guitar the correct way.

Beginner Fingerstyle Guitar or Fingerpicking (or sometimes referred to as fingerstyle) guitar might seem a bit confusing when you first try it but, , fingerstyle guitar playing will become second nature with just a little repetition (practice)!

A correct fingerpicking hand position (right hand) will use your thumb, index, and middle fingers for picking. In this particular beginner fingerstyle guitar lesson, your thumb will pluck the 4th (D) string and the 3rd (G) string. Your index finger will pluck the 2nd (B) string. Your middle finger will pluck the 1st (E) string.

In general and depending on what chord you are playing, different strings will be plucked. But in this particular guitar lesson, we feature a two fingered D type of chord (left hand) which is very easy to play for a first time beginner on the guitar. Sometimes your fingers may pluck or “hit” other strings with your right hand, but try to stick to the easy beginner fingerstyle guitar lesson that is featured in the video.

I have looked at 25 other beginner fingerstyle guitar lessons and honestly, this one is a lot easier. Just watch the video and play your guitar along with this basic lesson (great to practice with). You will find that learning the guitar is very easy if you take it in small sections and don’t get overwhelmed by trying to do more. After you are finished with this lesson 1 of Fingerpicking For Beginners, you can continue after you are confident and ready to learn more and go to lesson #2. Currently there are 10 lessons and more to follow. And please if you haven’t already done so, subscribe to this channel as Google will inform you when new lessons are created.

18 comments

  1. thank you ! I had my X restring for me 6 months ago . I'll ask if he changed to light gauge . I'm doing well with the first lesson.

  2. Baratam TarunKumar

    You Sir, just taught me fingerpicking today. Been trying hard for months to get a grip on it. Metronome was a great suggestion by the way; for counting – never knew about it. Thank you so much.

  3. What brand is your guitar ? mine not so good . bought it in 71 , Yamaha metal strings .

  4. I tried it and will be coming back for more! Never played before; co-worker brought in her 47 year-old guitar for me to use until I purchase my own this weekend. 5th string missing. Great lesson demonstrated–even greater patience shown. Thank you so much:)

  5. Get to the point….

  6. thank you so so much for this video! im new to finger styling, and this video helped me so much! im going to become a singer and this finger styling vid helped me so much! the way you explained how to do this finger styling tutorial was easy to learn and do! again, thank you!

  7. I'm just too slow.. hahaha ! I have to learn in a different way being dyslexic…. I will keep tryin' …

  8. is it 4-3-2-4-1-3 counting the strings .

  9. fantastic teacher!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Well done lesson. You have the PERFECT style of teaching. Very precise and you show exactly what people need to see. good job!

  11. Thank you – Just going to the Next step, Many guitar Teachers get frustrated with beginning students.

  12. I want to learn how

  13. Excellent breakdown! Thanks so much!

  14. shane mae dela cruz

    thankyouu for this kind of fingerplucking, I've learned a lot!

  15. Infact I enjoyed the way you're demonstrating. Good teacher

  16. I'm not great at patterns lol
    So I play my own style …
    Example here ,in one of my own songs ..

    https://youtu.be/LbJIXUTQ1_0

  17. Hi Bob,
    I want to tell you how much I have appreciated your Easy Fingerstyle Course. I have been on your Lesson 1 now for
    about 5 weeks and now have the the style pattern down pretty well. Hopefully by the end of next month I should be
    able to have my fingers trained enough to be able to do the pattern sequence in my sleep and without thinking about it.
    The next challenge will be learning the chord change timing using the fingerstyle method.
    Thanks again for your instructional video's..

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