Rhythm Guitar Songs

1234

1234

Go to 1234 Guitar Lesson.

A Change Is Gonna Come

A Change Is Gonna Come

Go to A Change Is Gonna Come Guitar Lesson.

American Pie

American Pie

Go to American Pie Guitar Lesson.

Angie

Angie

Go to Angie Guitar Lesson.

Babylon

Babylon

Go to Babylon Guitar Lesson.

Beautiful

Beautiful

Go to Beautiful Guitar Lesson.

Blowin In The Wind

Blowin' In The Wind

Go to Blowin' In The Wind Guitar Lesson.

Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Breakfast At Tiffany's

Go to Breakfast At Tiffany’s Guitar Lesson.

Dreadlock Holiday

Dreadlock Holiday

Go to Dreadlock Holiday Guitar Lesson.

I Can’t Stand The Rain

I Can't Stand The Rain

Go to I Can’t Stand The Rain Guitar Lesson.

I’m Yours

I'm Yours

Go to I’m Yours Guitar Lesson.

Kiss Me

Kiss Me

Go to Kiss Me Guitar Lesson.

Mad World

Mad World

Go to Mad World Guitar Lesson.

Red

Red

Go to Red Guitar Lesson.

Starman

Starman

Go to Starman Guitar Lesson.

Sunny Afternoon

Sunny Afternoon

Go to Sunny Afternoon Guitar Lesson.

Whistle For The Choir

Whistle For The Choir

Go to Whistle For The Choir Guitar Lesson.

Beginner Rhythm Guitar Songs

Beginner Rhythm Guitar Songs

Go to Beginner Rhythm Guitar Songs.

Advanced Rhythm Guitar Songs

Advanced Rhythm Guitar Songs

Go to Advanced Rhythm Guitar Songs.

Master Rhythm Guitar Songs

Master Rhythm Guitar Songs

Go to Master Rhythm Guitar Songs.

Learn how to play Rhythm Guitar!

Just like with the beginner rhythm guitar songs, we are dealing with one acoustic guitar arrangements played with a flat pick here.

At first glance these songs may seem as simple as the beginner songs, you will soon however find that when you start involving barre chords in an arrangement, loads of things happen to the right hand.

Damping strings for example can now be done with the left hand, enabling the right hand to be more percussive.

Check I’m Yours, Dreadlock Holiday and 1234 to see how the left and right hand work together to mute chords.

The quickest way to get good results is to first learn the Etude in the Rhythm Guitar eBook, then move on to the full arrangement in the Guitar Conspiracy.

Remember, it is not necessary to play these arrangements exactly as in the video lessons, you can simplify them or make them more intricate.

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