Play 10 Songs With 4 Chords – Free Guitar Lessons

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This free guitar lesson will show you how to play 10 popular songs using just four chords. There is something for everyone with songs by: The Beatles, Boston, Green Day, Bob Marley, John Denver, Aerosmith, and other top artists.

Unlike other guitar lessons for beginners – the goal of this video is to get you playing along to real music right from the start. This will help you stay motivated by being able to directly apply everything that you learn. Give it a try!

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– https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bULnYSWNPE&list=PLiyMO_9U8g1BNzo7ZoXwKg2Pqt5chP6CT&index=1

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20 comments

  1. My fingers are barely long enough to even play some of the chords

  2. MajoorrR!

  3. Sainjana Langthasa

    I wish i had ur fingers ❤

  4. Give me that guitar

  5. Thanks alotttt

  6. Project-awesome customs and music

    The most overused chord progression ever.

  7. I don't play guitar and I certainly never will! But men.. this is so beautiful to listen. Especially "when I come around"! please make entire videos for each one of them

  8. This is a really good video… for those who have a capo

  9. tanxxxxxxxxx nice of u

  10. And is it a steal string gutair

  11. What guitar string gauge does nate use I like how his is sounding

  12. It comes in gmajor family

  13. My pinky has trouble moving independently without the third.

  14. Strawberry alarm clock the royal concept

    Em d c g x2 d c g

  15. Strawberry alarm clock the royal concept

    G d em c g d c g

  16. Bruh he didint said the song

  17. What was the first song?

  18. Sure it’s a great idea to remember chord and how is constructed. Yet there’s a rhythm and finger switching chord you have to get used to get the sound right.

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