(PRWEB) March 21, 2014
Paige starts off this easy acoustic guitar lesson by explaining what chords are used to play the song which are; Am, C, D, G, Cadd9 and Em7. “Cadd9 is just like G except you just move your first and second fingers down a string,” says Zollars. Next Paige demonstrates how to play the song by starting off with the intro which she says uses the chords Em7, D and Cadd9 and she explains the strumming as down-down-up-down-down-down-up-down (1-2-&-3-4-e-&-a) for Em7, down-down-up-down (1-2-&-3) for D and down-up-down-up (4-e-&-a) for Cadd9 and she plays this sequence twice. Next she goes over how to play the verse as playing the chords from the intro three times in a row and then go to G, Am and Em7and strum it as down-down-up-down (1-2-&-3) for G and down-up-down-up (4-e-&-a) for Am and down-down-up-down-down-down-up-down (1-2-&-3-4-e-&-a) for Em7. Next Zollars says to transition from the Verse to the Chorus by playing from C to Am a couple of times. Finally she explains the Chorus as; D, C and Am twice and then end it on Em7 and that the strumming is the same as the verse. Guitar TAB’s for this easy acoustic guitar lesson are available at SongTabs.com.
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Has been a singer and song writer for the last 6 years and performs at fairs and coffee shops in her area. She has an original song “Broken” available on ITunes and works for a company called KlabLab where she makes educational songs for the classroom.
SongTabs.com is a great online resource for learning to easily play your favorite songs on the guitar. With several great instructors and a constant growing catalog of songs, everyone can learn to play their favorite songs.