Announcement: Releases “How to Play `Don´t Want to Miss a Thing´ by Aerosmith - Acoustic Guitar Lesson”

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Beth starts off this easy acoustic guitar lesson by performing the song so you can hear what it sounds like. Next Beth goes over the chords that are used for the song as follows; D/C# (D over C sharp), Bm7 (B minor 7), Asus4 (A suspended 4), G/B (G over B), Bb (B flat), D, G, D/F# D over F sharp), Em7 (E minor 7), F#m (F sharp minor), A7, A, C, F, Dm (D minor) and A7sus4 (A 7 suspended 4). Next Beth goes over the chord progression for the verse as follows; D, D/C#, Bm7, G, D/F#, Em7 and A7. Beth says that the strumming pattern for the verse is down, down, down, up. Next Beth goes over the chord progression for the chorus as follows; D, D/C#, Em7, G, A and D. Beth demonstrates the strumming pattern for the chorus as follows; down, down, down, up, down, down. Finally Norman demonstrates the chord progression as follows; D, C, G/B, Bb, F, C, G/B, Dm, A7sus4 and A. Norman continues the lesson by demonstrating all of the variances of timing thought the song and performing it so you can easily follow along with her. Complete chord charts as well as guitar tabs are available for this easy beginner acoustic guitar song at

Aerosmith is an American rock band from Boston Massachusetts formed in 1970. The bands music is based in the blues and is considered to be one of the most influential rock bands of all time. Over the course of there career the band has released 15 studio albums and have been awarded 25 Gold, 18 Platinum and 12 Multi Platinum albums and have sold over 150 million albums world wide.

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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