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Filipino Songbook With Guitar Chords Pdf 20



There are 6 chords in the song, Em, C, G, D, Am, and C/D, all very simple to play. As it is a piano song, the strumming pattern is pretty straightforward with basic downstrokes. Try to listen to the song carefully to give the accents accurately.




Filipino Songbook With Guitar Chords Pdf 20


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The song has four easy chords G, Em, C, D, with a barre chord Bm, which you can change with a Bm7 if you are having a hard time with barre chords. For Bm7, you should put your fingers to the 2nd frets of the 5th, 3rd, and 1st string.


The song has 3 simple chords, Em, Cadd9, and G. Cadd9 has a comfortable position with the index finger on the 2nd fret of the 4th string, the middle on the 3rd fret of the 5th string, and ring finger on the 3rd fret of the 5th string. Since it is a song written for piano, the strumming pattern is slow and precise with down strums.


The melodic song only requires 5 simple chords, G, D, Am, C, Em, with a pretty basic strumming pattern. If you feel comfortable with the chords, you can try to arpeggiate them for a more complex sound.


The song has four easy chords to play; G, Em, C, and D. It is a very straightforward song to play and master. The traditional strumming pattern is fun and easy to play with its classic mute on the second beat.


With only 4 chords, D, Bm, G, A, and a basic slow strumming pattern, it is one of the easiest songs to play on guitar. Suppose you struggle with the barre Bm chord. In that case, you can try playing alternative versions of the chord without the barre or change it with a Bm7 chord that has elementary and comfortable finger positions.


You need to master only two chords to play the song, Em and Bm7. Both chords have elementary finger positions, making it very simple to change between. The strumming pattern is also traditional, making the song one of the most accessible songs to play on guitar.


First, you need to tune your guitar to open D tuning, a special tuning to play this song. After that, you have to learn the 6 easy chords used, D5, D, G5, Bm7, Asus4, and G. Even though there are many chords, they all are effortless chords to play and transition between.


You only need 5 simple chords to play the song, G, Em, C, D7, and B7. The strumming pattern is straightforward with traditional approaches. Since the song has tens of covers, feel free to create your own strumming pattern however you feel comfortable.


This song is one of the best songs for absolute newbies. With only two easy chords, D and A7 major, and a basic strumming pattern of one chord strum on each bar, it is one of the most accessible songs for guitar players.


You will need 5 easy open chords to play the song, G, C, D, Em, D7. A fundamental strumming pattern with down strums on each beat is enough to create a beautiful melody. Still, you can try more fancy approaches if you are comfortable with the chords.


The four straightforward chords, G, D, Em, C, and a steady classic strumming pattern, make this song one of the most straightforward guitar tunes to play. The down-down-up-up-down-up is one of the most used and easy patterns that are very fun to play.


The four simple open-chords you need to play the song are G, D, C, and Em, which all have very comfortable positions. The G7 chord at the end of the chorus can be ignored and played as a G instead. You can either play the song with soft down strums every other beat or try to arpeggiate.


Romantic songs are potent tools to impress your audience and deliver your emotional message. You can fill your significant other or anyone you want to impress, complete with various sentiments coming out of your guitar and voice.


This beat is vintage Charlie Watts: relaxed and perfect for the song. The intro pattern has some snare syncopation that matches the guitar part. Start by practicing that with just your hands, then add your feet.


This is Dave Grohl at his best. Notice how the bass drum part in the verse groove perfectly matches the guitar riff. Focus on playing together with the bassist. When you get to the pre-chorus, those snare drum fills that happen every other measure are your time to shine. Work on making a smooth transition between those fills and the groove without rushing or dragging.


The intro pattern is a 2-measure phrase, and the bass drum part in the second bar lines up perfectly with the guitar. When the verse kicks in, Jordan changes the part slightly to work around the vocals. The chorus groove is the same as the intro, and he sometimes opens the hi-hats at the end of a section to indicate the transitions.


In this mega list we are going to provide some great examples of easy guitar songs for beginners , with a limited number of basic guitar chords (click here for a complete chords ebook).


If you grew up in the early 90's, you probably wanted to scream after hearing this song played a bazillion times! It wasn't written by Billy Ray Cyrus, but he sure made it popular. Despite it being played into the ground back then it is actually a great song for beginning guitar players. In fact, if you know a drummer and bass player, all three of you can play this with minimal


I included this great song by The Beatles because it is a good example of how even a two chord song can be a little difficult to play. You will find much of the verse is in G with a short part in the C major chord, in fact many sites have the chord as G7. As you learn to play it, it will seem strange that you are staying in that same G chord for much of the verse. I find this can be fixed by good strumming and switching between G and G7. It's really all about using your ear. G7 is not that much different than G major and now is a great time to pick it up and start using it. With Paperback Writer you see that even two chords in a song it is not always easy!


Sly and the Family Stone has always been one of my favorite bands, and their song Everyday People fits our two chords of C and G perfectly. This song sounds great on an acoustic or electric guitar, just remember to add a little bit of soul and funk to it! Another song about peace and equality and all it needs is two chords! (Technically this song is in the Key of G , but it fits our needs for only using C and G)


This song dates all the way back to the 1840's, so while it may be a simple children's song we have to give it some respect for such staying power. It transitions back and forth quite simply between C and G without much fuss and is a great beginners song. It sounds fine with basic strumming, but it sounds much better with a little finger picking, give it a try and see what sounds best to you! (If you have an electric guitar plug it into and amp and give this old folk tune some rockin' amplification!


Some of these songs have the F chord in some parts. Full bar chords are not easy for beginners. If you're not comfortable yet with bar chords , you can use one of the simplified shapes that you find on the F major chord diagrams page.


Anyone alive in 2003 would have heard this song played all the time, the video was a huge hit. Later it was released as an acoustic version by the artist Obadiah Parker, that is why I have included it in this list, it is a great acoustic guitar song. Like the last one this song uses these 4 chords in a different way, ending on the A minor this time.


This song by Green Day is usually played with power chords on the guitar. Power chords are not complete chords, the are only the root and fifth and are common in punk, grunge, and 90's music. However, it is still a fine song to play with regular chords.


The Red Hot Chili Peppers are great at writing songs for people learning to play the guitar! This song was released in 2000 and as usual is about their struggles with addiction, and they always knew how to make great music from serious issues. This song has the five necessary chords we are using however it starts on an A minor, giving it that solemn and serious feel.


As always the Red Hot Chili Peppers make great songs to play on guitar. This song was on their hit album Blood Sugar Sex Magik and pushed them into the mainstream. This song also has a slash chord (C/G) which means the G note is played in the bass of the C chord instead of the C note. However, you can always just play the C chord until you get the hang of slash chords. As you start playing it you will know all the chords necessary, however once you get to the chorus you will find a little surprise... a D minor chord . Once you learn it now you can move onto six chord songs!


Peter Sarstedt was a one hit wonder back in 1969 with this song. The 2007 Wes Anderson film The Darjeeling Limited used his tune bringing him back into the limelight briefly. He recently passed away (in January 2017) so it only seems fitting to include this gem on our list. This traditional sounding folk tune/love song is easy for any guitar player who knows these chords.


This song by Simon and Garfunkel reportedly took over 100 hours to record and produce! Using such instruments as pedal steel guitar and piccolo trumpet, it is a masterpiece. Once you know the basic six chords in the Key of C you can make your own beautiful renditions of this on acoustic guitar (there is a Dm7 thrown in there, just to keep you on your toes!). A version of this song was recently played on the radio show Prairie Home Companion and is worth a listen!


In the last sections we have discussed songs that you can play with just two, three, four, five and six chords. We have stayed in the key of C major to keep it easy with the chords C, Dm, Em, F, G, and Am.


Normally Billy Joel songs work best on the piano, but this upbeat number makes a fine guitar cover. It takes us back to many of the chords we have learned in the past and with the Bb. Again and again we will see this flattened seventh in plenty of rock songs.


This last song was a hit for Paul Revere and the Raiders and The Monkees both. It is going to challenge you with one new chord and a progression that is hard to play, but worth the effort! Of all the chords we often see in rock songs along with Eb and Bb, it is common to see Ab . Before we learned that the vi chord was A minor in the key of C, well sometimes in rock they turn it to A major and flatten it! This VIb, is actually known as the Buddy Holly chord because he popularized it during the chorus of Peggy Sue . As you search for songs with the dreaded Eb and Bb you will often see this Ab thrown in the mix. So it can't hurt to learn it now on such a funky and fun song for your guitar. 350c69d7ab


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