Hi there! This week’s song is Slow Dancing In A Burning Room by John Mayer, as explained by Justin Guitar. I’m not always a fan of John Mayer’s songs, but this one is just too good not to mention.
Also, I’d like to say that Justin has a really cool site with tons of tutorials: justinguitar.com , definetly check that out if you like his tutorials!
This week’s song is Through Glass by Stone Sour, as explained by Mike Gross. It’s a truly beautiful song in my opinion, and very easy to learn, especially if explained well. And Mike does a great job at that 🙂
This week’s song is Here Without You, by 3 Doors Down, as explained by Your Guitar Workshop! It’s one of my personal go-to songs, as the lick is just very nice to play, whilst still sounding impressive. I had some difficulty with getting the chorus licks right, so I’d recommend to just take some time to learn those at a lower speed first.
This week’s song is one more of my personal favourites: Emily by Lower Than Atlantis. The best lesson for this song I could find is one by DK Music academy, which is more of a cover, but it’s clear how to play the song. Though this isn’t the nicest way to learn, at least for me, the song was straightforward enough to get it right quickly.
Here’s is a link to the tabs of the song: https://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/tab/lower_than_atlantis/emily_tabs_1691545
Hi there! This week’s song is one of my favorites, namely, Mona Lisa (When The World Comes Down) by The All American Rejects. There aren’t many tutorials of this song, so I tried my best to find the best one. It might be easier to just learn this song by using the tabs, which I’ll also include.
This week’s extra song is Psycho by Muse, as explained by GuitarLessons365. I recently started playing electric guitar, and I just love the sound of this song. It’s quite easy to learn, but sounds awesome when you are able to master it. I play this song on an electric guitar, with a distortion panel, which enhances the sound a lot, but it’s nice acoustically aswell.
Hi there! This week’s song is Sorry by Nothing But Thieves, as explained by 9 to 42 guitar. I like this song a lot myself, and it’s just a nice and easy song to play. I found the videos quite good, the first one is the intro, verse and chorus, and the second is the bridge. I’ll also include a tab, which is not 100% the same, but it sounds good aswell, and I always like to have tabs to look at when I’m playing. Enjoy!
Tabs : https://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/tab/nothing_but_thieves/sorry_tabs_2089657
Hi there! This week, I’d like to share an extra song with you: Adventure of a Lifetime by Coldplay, as explained by Paul Davids. Someone recommended this song to me, and I found out that it’s quite tricky, but very rewarding when you get it right. Paul Davids plays this song on an electric guitar, which isn’t necessary, but on most acoustic guitars the 20th fret will be hard to reach.
This week’s song is Perfect by Ed Sheeran, as explained by Justin from JustinGuitar Songs! It’s a very nice and mellow song, and you can decide for yourself how tricky you want to make it. It allows for just some strumming, or adding some picking. Overall it’s just a lovely song, and you can see why it became so popular.
Hi there! I want to share another song with you this week, namely, Hotel California by The Eagles, as explained by Marty Music. This song, of course, is an absolute classic, and it’s not all that hard to learn, so I’d highly recommend it to the beginning guitarists!