Johnny Cash – Inspired – Easy Beginner Song Acoustic Guitar Lesson

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Johnny Cash Inspired Easy Beginner Song Acoustic Guitar Lesson

20 comments

  1. I really enjoy your videos. Thanks for slowing it down for us newbies 🙂 I've learned a lot from your videos. Your an excellent guitarist as well as an excellent teacher. Thanks for doing what you do!!

  2. Edina Eggendorfer

    Johnny Cash Devils Right Hand please acord
    Thank s!

  3. Is this in standard tuning?

  4. dirtroadavis davis

    Folsom prison

  5. dirtroadavis davis

    Folsom prison.

  6. thank you

  7. This is the (boom chicka boom) rythm as many people call it, Johnny cash played this type of strumming pattern on Folsom prison blues,get rhythem,rock island line and many more mostly played on the E chord 🙂

  8. just just starting the guitar, the D D U isnt sounding right… help?

  9. IM PRETTY SURE MARTY WONT READ THIS BUT, IF YOU DO OR IF ANYONE ELSE READS THIS, CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME THE NAME OF THIS SONG I REALY NEED IT PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!PLEASE i really need it im going to play it for my class next week and like i said, i need the nsame!!! hahaha plase if anyone has time thxb 🙂

  10. Tracy Reeleder-Edgar

    Thank you for sharing. I am a fairly new player and find your teaching technique very easy to follow

  11. i lost my nails :))

  12. i just lost another pick in my guitar…..

  13. How on Earth do you smack the A string over and over again? I keep hitting like three strings at once when I try to do that!

  14. It is usually best to use the tonal note (root note A) as the base of the chord. But because the the E note is part of the A chord (a crucial part called the 5th/dominant note), it can be the starting base.

    What to do? Try it and see how it sounds on *this song*. Why? Because it may vary from one song to another whether to use a 5th note as the base of a chord, for example, depending on the melody. (Say the melody note at that point was a higher E — that would make an E base sound good!)

  15. Key is G. Hold down G chord to get started. Play D string repeatedly: da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-E-G (pause) da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-E-F#-G! (da = D)

    Switch to C chord: Repeat same pattern on G string (but remember that G string at 4th fret is equal to B note — so last three notes of sequence are A-B-C.

    Those are the first two lines, learned "by ear" (I never learned the rest of it). But that should get you started. Check Google or Youtube for someone showing you more details.

  16. Whenever something sounds bad on the guitar, slow down until it sounds right.

    Play each string individually, starting on the A string and ending on the high E (the sting nearest the floor). If any given string is not clear, stop and see what the problem is. Usually you are either 1) not pressing the fret down hard enough or close enough to the fret (toward the sound hole side of the guitar), or, 2) a neighboring finger is blocking a clear sound. Fix each string this way. Only then speed up.

  17. my B7 sounds horrible

  18. Your fingers develop calluses which make your fingers hurt a lot less.

  19. Dammit Marty Swartz!! Why do you have to be so good!!!!

  20. lol ive been playing guitar 4 a little over a year and my teacher has been youtube ive learned alot of chords and songs just from youtube. EVERYONE THAT IS NEW TO GUITAR keep practicing u WILL get better ive improved so much just by practicing everyday and yes ur fingers will hurt 4 the 1st few months but after awhile they no longer hurt but take it from me i used to get so frustrated cuz i couldn't play guitar but i practiced alot FROM MARTY and its TRUE ANY1 CAN PLAY GUITAR

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