- Ain’t No Sunshine
Ain't No Sunshine
Go to Ain't No Sunshine chords.
- The Drugs Don’t Work
The Drugs Don't Work
Go to The Drugs Don't Work chords.
- One More Cup Of Coffee
One More Cup Of Coffee
- Redemption Song
Go to Redemption Song chords.
Go to Rewind chords.
- Robin Hood
Go to Robin Hood chords.
- Talking About A Rev
Talking About A Revolution
- Time Of Your Life
Time Of Your Life
Go to Time Of Your Life chords.
Go to Wonderwall chords.
- Intermediate Acoustic Songs
Intermediate Acoustic Songs
Go to Intermediate Acoustic Songs.
- Advanced Acoustic Songs
Advanced Acoustic Songs
Go to Advanced Acoustic Songs.
- Master Acoustic Songs
Master Acoustic Songs
Go to Master Acoustic Songs.
Learn Beginner Acoustic Guitar Songs!
The acoustic songs you are about to learn will not just be memorized.
Instead we follow the path of the Guitar Conspiracy and learn from the songs!
By using this type of chord language you will learn how music works, rather than having to remember a new letter combination, every time you learn a new song.
Using this system you will soon find similarities between songs.
This in turn will open up a whole world of opportunities for you to not just learn more songs but to fully understand music and actually learn how to play the guitar.
Beginner Chords Lesson
All songs have a chords lesson that demonstrate how you could arrange a song for just one guitar.
Some of the songs are unique arrangements, some are note for note replicas.
Most of them are somewhere in between, like Wonderwall by Oasis, for example.
Your aim when learning these songs should be to understand them on a higher level than just repeating memorized patterns.
For example, ensure that you think of a D chord in G major as a V chord. In Redemption Song for example, the D chord is a V chord.
In the song The Drugs Don’t Work, we are in the key of C. Now it’s the G chord which has the function of chord V.
It’s the number of the chord that matters, not the alphabetical name.