Acoustic Songs

Angels

Angels

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Baby Won’t You Please

Baby Won't You Please Come Home

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Blackbird

Blackbird

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Cannonball

Cannonball

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Close To You

Close To You

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Creepin’ In

Creepin' In

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Don’t Wait Too Long

Don't Wait Too Long

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I Shot The Sheriff

I Shot The Sheriff

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Over The Rainbow

Over The Rainbow

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Roxanne

Roxanne

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Scarborough Fair

Scarborough Fair

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Stairway To Heaven

Stairway To Heaven

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Sunshine Of Your Love

Sunshine Of Your Love

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Take Me To The River

Take Me To The River

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Tears In Heaven

Tears In Heaven

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Wish You Were Here

Wish You Were Here

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Beginner Acoustic Songs

Beginner Acoustic Songs

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Intermediate Acoustic Songs

Intermediate Acoustic Songs

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Master Acoustic Songs

Master Acoustic Songs

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Learn Advanced Acoustic Guitar Songs!

The advanced guitar songs use chord inversions you might not be used to.

A few solos are incorporated into the arrangements as well, sometimes as overdubs, sometimes not.

Both finger style and flat pick techniques are used in these songs, but don’t feel forced to use the same technique as in the video lessons.

Experiment with your own version, maybe even extend some chords. The more you make an arrangement your own, the more you will learn.


Advanced Chord Lessons

As in Tears In Heaven for example, the chord movements require some serious chordal studies. My arrangement is an improvised hybrid of what two guitars originally did.

Every time I play Tears In Heaven I vary it, and so should you, keep songs improvised and you will keep them alive.

The more you practice the modal, arpeggio and especially chord progression exercises, the easier it will be to arrange songs in an improvised manner.

As all Spy Tunes exercises build on what you just learned: chord shape – pentatonic – arpeggio and mode, this actually just gets easier as you go along!

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