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This month’s song is brought to you by Chris from The Guitar Club. This song only has 3 chords in it which makes it a super easy one to learn. Definitely a huge plus. I love the intro to this video and how he creates a really cool 6-way split of himself playing a bunch of different instruments at once. Make sure to like/comment/subscribe if you enjoy his video!
One of the biggest reasons I’m so excited about Song Sections is that I want us (and me) to have a broader view of music and to absorb genres and styles that we wouldn’t normally come into much contact with. For me, that genre is definitely Country. I have to admit that I have never really been much of a Country fan. HOWEVER, I do feel like it’s important for us as musicians to be exposed to as much music as possible. So with that in mind, I’ll be adding some songs and genres in the future that aren’t so rock and pop.
With that said, check out this month’s song delivered to you by Matt McCoy the CountrySongTeacher. Matt does a great job of breaking songs down into an easy-to-play, easy-to-follow way. Just as a heads up, this song does use a capo so if you want to be able to play along with the song you’ll need one of those.
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If you own an acoustic guitar, one genre you should definitely spend some time in and familiarize yourself with is Folk. Since a good amount of Folk music is pretty much just basic chords and singing, it makes for a really good genre to start learning songs in.
Our song today comes to us by Mike Binder of MGB Music Lessons. Check out how clean and polished his song tutorial video is and how well he explains the chords that are used. Let him know what you think by commenting/liking/subscribing to his channel.