I Will Follow You Into The Dark – Death Cab For Cutie – Acoustic Guitar Lesson (SB-106) How to play

I Will Follow You Into The Dark - Death Cab For Cutie - Acoustic Guitar Lesson (SB-106) How to play

Guitar Lesson Tutorial: I Will Follow You Into The Dark – Death Cab For Cutie
More Info: http://www.justinguitar.com/en/SB-106-IWillFollowYouIntoTheDark-DeathCabForCutie.php
In this acoustic guitar lesson we’re going to check out how to play I Will Follow You Into The Dark by Death Cab For Cutie. Really lovely dark ballad with a nice fingerpicking pattern and super hooky melody.

This song is from The Justinguitar Acoustic Songbook which contains 50 songs for progressing guitar players into playing acoustic guitar. More info:

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19 comments

  1. Great Tutorial as always but I have one question. Are you muting the strings when you hit them?

  2. Learn to play the song correctly before trying to teach others..

  3. ok video but it's very important to not only go through each chord separately (instead of just playing) but to take breaks to explain what you are doing each time. it's good that you play it through once at the start to show us what you are going to teach but it's hard to follow if you just play and rush through the video and chords. but this is not a setback Justin. keep on making great content

  4. Whoah when he started talking it threw me off 'cause when he was singing he had no accent at all

  5. i'll c you in to the g ;;;)))

  6. I will be F behind. Oh yeah yeah

  7. I LOVE YOU MAN…

  8. Vazha Bichiashvili

    Thank you!

  9. 2018 anyone? This video is perfect illustration of why Justin is such a great teacher. Wish I was a better student.

  10. But ill be effed behind, that really touched me

  11. What a great acoustic guitar song! I think I can just barely play bar chord F well enough to give this a try.

  12. lmao, bar notes are too difficult for me. Gotta start practicing!

  13. "Someday A MINOR will die"
    #PRAYFORAMINOR

  14. Been using your videos for over ten years and still find your tutorials whenever i want to learn something new. You always were, and still are the best guitar teacher on youtube. Thanks Justin!

  15. Wait, why is A Minor going to die?

  16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8_ldh4lJk8

    Another video by Justin which explains the percussive fingerstyle, which may be useful for this cover!

  17. Lovely song. Technique sounds similar to "The ballad of Jimmy McCabe" by Paul Weller. Any chance of a lesson on that Justin?

  18. Nice voice

  19. C-Am-F-C-G-C-Am-F-C-G-Am-C-F-C-G-Am-C-G-Am-C-Em-Am-G-F-Fm-C

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