Play 12 Songs With 2 Chords – Guitar Lesson Video

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With all the chords, strumming patterns, and hundreds of other things there are to learn on the guitar it can seem like playing your favorite songs is a lifetime away. In this beginner guitar lesson, we’re going to take some time to focus on playing the easiest popular songs on the guitar. The songs we’ll be looking at only require you to play two chords and use simple strumming patterns. By the end of this lesson, you’ll have twelve great songs under your belt as a guitarist.

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  1. I am using Chord Buddy i have been sick and am waiting for surgery though are you familiar with the the Chord Buddy

  2. Do two songs with twelve chords in

  3. I fear my hands maybe too small to play the chord right

  4. you are amazing man! thank you!

  5. Too much of talking

  6. Margareth Bawingan

    Great…love it.

  7. Great idea to start with two chord songs with the weight on strumming them correctly !
    Thank you for the hope .

  8. Soooo 2 chords 30 minute video?

  9. this takes no talent, don’t @ me

  10. Thanx. XXX MISTYCELT Singer Songwriter

  11. Can't wait to annoy the rest of the family with my over the top rendition of Jane Says

  12. The point of this lesson is to frustrate the hell out me – before you start teaching – please just play the song –

  13. What a savage

  14. This is the best strumming and rythym lesson on the channel! I'm not a big fan of two/three chords in general. Real world is average song has about 10-20 chords.

  15. Robel Tekleslassie

    thanks you really help me

  16. Love your lessons !

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  18. Thanks. I know I should not say this, but your pinky is as long as my middle finger judging by your guitar neck. Size does make a difference. But, and there is always a but, I'm 75 with arthritis and two previous serious injuries to my left wrist, I am making progress…and I am building those important calluses on my fingertips. Another but, barring and skipping a fret Ill never do. But, thanks again. Oh, I don't know any rock guitarist names. I was a Kingston Trio fan in late fifties and early sixties.

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