Knowing how to play songs on the guitar is a good way to improve your guitar skills and perfect if you want people to sing along with you at a gig or wherever you bring your instrument. And it’s often easier than creating one from scratch. Moreover, the songs you know will accumulate one after another, and soon enough, you’ll be able to make your own version, suiting your voice or the other instruments in the band you play.

What do you have to do? Simply follow the guide. You can even choose between reading and watching to learn a song. No more chit-chat. Let’s get to it!

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1. Acoustic Guitar Tunes.

Got an acoustic guitar? This section is for you.

For your comfort, every song will be uploaded with the difficulty level. You can also choose between watching the video, or reading the lesson. And a tab is attached, so you can easily follow. Or even learn the song without any help.

2. Electric Guitar Tunes.

This section is not available right now, but will be in the near future. Please remain patient. 😉

3. Any suggestions?

Want to see a guitar lesson on your favorite song? Get in touch with me via the comment section below. I will answer your request as soon as I can. Note that it’s also important to mention the name of the artist. There are a lot of songs with the same name out there and you don’t want another song covered up.

4. Get some help!

Sometimes, some songs give you a rough time and even after practicing a lot on them, they are just… too hard. At this point, you might want to give up. One word of advice: don’t. Or let it rest, just for a few days. Work on something different, but always come back to it.

That moment is called a plateau. It’s normal to reach one at some point. But know that, if you practice regularly, there’s always a rising slope afterwards.

5. Directions from here.

Depending on your level, you might want to take some lessons to improve yourself. That’s necessary when you can’t play a song because you cannot reproduce the technique. Take a look at the following page and see if you can find what you need:

Have fun!