San Francisco – Scott McKenzie – Acoustic Guitar Lesson

An acoustic guitar lesson of my interpretation of the classic Scott McKenzie song – San Francisco. Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man’s official website: http://guitar.freemovies.co.uk where you can also find a song sheet for this video 🙂 Please support my video creation by clicking here: http://www.gofundme.com/guitar-tutor-man 🙂

19 comments

  1. Best tutorial I've ever seen, exactly what I wanted, no talking explaining I r any bs just you playing it, tabs and strumming pattern, easy to match up and play along with to get better, thank you!

  2. your tutorial is made me play my favourite song way better as a beginner thank youuuuu so much i'll subscribe and watch more of your helpful videos 😀

  3. i saw it just the first time, and i directly uderstood what to do.
    Go on with that lessons. 🙂

  4. wonderful alan, i like your lessons… thank you so much 🙂

  5. FRANK HERNANDEZ ARAGON

    im learning a lot from you liricks and cords very good grasias alan rrobinson

  6. Thanks Alan, now I can play this song correctely

  7. tres pedago la methode mais il ft changer de guitare takamine = casserole

  8. yesss.. I got this video. thank you so much

  9. FRANK HERNANDEZ ARAGON

    grasias por compartir tan linda cansion y sus acordes .thanks for so nice song and the accord

  10. C'est génial!
    Pourriez vous nous donner la leçon de
    "A man of constant sorrow" svp?
    Merci+++

  11. Вера Антонова

    Great! You have a lovely voice and You play the guitar brilliantly! "Bravo!" from Siberia!

  12. great cover alan keep on the good work
    greetz from the Netherlands

  13. Александррр Григорьев

    my favorite song, thank you!

  14. 연주 잘 봤습니다.
    감사합니다.^^

  15. Wow. You're perfect! It's really helpful. Thanks 🙂

  16. Excellent , beautiful song.
    you sing very well

  17. petephu

  18. Chapeau Bas, Monsieur.
    Parce que ce n'est pas facile de chanter dans cette tonalité ( il faut monter haut ).
    Congratulations, chords are a piece of cake, but it's not easy to sing;

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