Announcement: Releases “How to Play `Hey, Soul Sister´ by Train - Easy Acoustic Guitar Lesson”

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“This is a really fun song and is really upbeat,” says Zollars, “first thing you need to know is that you need a Capo for this song and I usually use it on the third fret.” Page first teaches the intro to the song and says the chords are C, G, Am and F and each chord get four beats strummed as up, down, up, up, down, up, up, down, up, down, up and counted as 1 &, 2 E &, 3 E &, 4 E &. Paige says that the next part is the first and second verse and that they are played the same as the intro. Next Zollars goes over the chorus and she says the chords used are; F, G and C and that the progression is F, G, C, and G. She demonstrates the strumming as the same as the previous parts but the counting is as follows; 4 beats for F, 2 beats for G and one beat for C and one beat for G. Finally Paige goes over the bridge and explains that it is the same as the verse. Complete chord charts and guitar TAB’s are available for this easy acoustic guitar lesson at

A Capo, short for capotasto, which is Italian for “head of fret board”, is a device used on the neck of a fretted instrument to shorten the playable length and raise the pitch.

Train is an American Pop Rock band from San Francisco who released their debut album in 1998. They have released six studio albums since their inception and have received numerous awards including three Grammy’s, two Billboard Music Awards and one ASCAP Pop Music awards as well as several nominations. Train plans to release a new album in the summer of 2014

Paige Zollars

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.

About 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 there favorite songs.

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