Announcement: Releases “How to Play `Best of You´ by Foo Fighters - Acoustic Guitar Lesson”

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Beth starts off this easy acoustic guitar lesson by performing the song so you can hear what the song sounds like. Next Beth goes over the guitar chords that are used in the song as follows; C#m (C sharp minor), A, B and F#m (F sharp minor). Next Beth goes over the chord progression for the verse as follows; C#m, A, C#m, A, B and A. “For the song there are two different strumming patterns”, says Norman. The first strumming pattern consists of down strokes only counted as 1/8th notes (1 & 2 & 3 & 4 &) as is performed using the palm muting technique. Next Beth goes over the chord progression for the chorus as follows; C#m, B, A, and A and is also strummed with down strokes, but does not use the palm muting technique. Finally Beth goes over the strumming pattern for the second verse as follows; down, down, up, up, down, up, which is counted as 1, 2, &, 3, 4, &. Beth continues the lesson by once again performing the song so you can easily follow along with her. Complete chord charts as well as guitar TAB’s are available for this easy beginner acoustic guitar lesson at

The Foo Fighters are an American Rock band from Seattle Washington, formed in 1994. The band was founded by former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl who switched to guitar and lead vocals. Grohl originally started the band as a solo project and performed all of the instruments on the debut record, but later recruited other musicians and became a touring act. Over the course of their career they released 7 studio albums and have been awarded 10 Grammy Awards.

Beth Norman
Started playing the guitar at the age of 15 and started her first band only after 3 months of playing. She put up her first YouTube tutorial video in 2009 and has gained 40,000 subscribers and over 8 million views and counting.

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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