My (very nearly) eight year old has progressed to the point on guitar where she can play root positions pretty cleanly. Any suggestions for songs that are pretty simple - one chord across the verse, no quick changes. Can be folk or pop or whatever. I'm digging through Rise Up Singing right now.
I love Guitar Toolkit on my iPhone. Specifically, the scale and chord features. I want the same functionality on my desktop monitor so I can see more than 5 frets at a time. [more inside]
I always hear the very end of this song on the local rock station, but never any other part! Since much of what the station plays (94.1 WHJY, "94 HJY" in Providence, RI) could be called "classic rock", I'm going to assume it falls into that category. A butchered GarageBand approximation of the outro is attached. (Note that the actual outro is played on an electric guitar - it's actually chords.) [more inside]
This guy has the only worthwhile acoustic cover of Santa Fe by Beirut on Youtube. This tab sounds really wrong to me. The first two chords in the progression (F# and B) are good, then I'm like, whaaa? [more inside]
Are there guitar chords for this version of Stevie Nicks's "Wild Heart" on the internet anywhere? [more inside]
I like playing the piano by following guitar chords. However I don't understand, and nor can I find any reference material, on what certain chords mean. [more inside]
What are the chord progressions for "Bird Song" by Bert Jansch? [more inside]
Can you help me identify this guitar riff? I have a feeling it might be Roy Harper, but I can't find the track (and I haven't heard it for 30 years...) [more inside]
Help me learn some union/protest/solidarity songs, please. [more inside]
Can anyone out there tell me the chords used in this cover of "Atlantic City" by Bruce Springsteen? [more inside]
Guitar chords for Yiddish song "Margaritkelach"? [more inside]
Anyone know the chords in the Cullen Gaylean arrangement of "Wayfaring Stranger"? Or any other arrangement that does not use minor chords in the verse? [more inside]
I've been playing acoustic guitar for a bunch of years now (and am so-so at it). I really like those transitional moments between chords -- stuff you can throw in to make just strumming along a bit more interesting; things like the turnaround in Alice's Restaurant, but even really simple things like -- starting on a D chord and leading on the low e string 0-2-3 to get to a G chord. What are your favorite little phrases like those? Or, alternatively, do those have an official name I can google? Or, alternatively alternatively, any good websites or books for that kind of thing? Oh -- I mostly play with a pick, so I'm more interested in phrases you can play that way.
What's the best way to display my collection of ASCII guitar chords and tablature on my iPhone? [more inside]
does anyone know the guitar chords/ tab for Chad Vangaalen's echo train? PLease....
Guitar chords for 'Hippopotamus Song' by Flanders and Swann? [more inside]
What are your favourite non-general guitar tab/chord sites? [more inside]
Given a set of guitar chords, I want to know how I can determine what key a song is in. [more inside]
Easy guitar question! Can anyone help me figure out what chords are being played in the chorus to this youtube video? [more inside]
Please help me find chords and tab for Budgie's "Young is a World"... [more inside]
I've been learning guitar for just over a month now and it seems to be going quite well. I'm trying to get my chord transitions fast and smooth with the easy open chords before I move on to more difficult ones. I've found a few songs that I can play with just these chords by looking through the usual guitar tab/chord websites, but finding them this way manually is time-consuming. Where I can search for songs that only include a specified set of chords?
What is the guitar chord being played by Nancy Wilson at 0:44-0:47 in this Heart video? [more inside]
does anyone happen to know the chords to engine heart by mirah? i think they are played on a ukelele. thank you!
On a guitar, in regular tuning, what is the chord you get when you play it open? (basically, what chord is made by playing EADGBE)?
i'm a total guitar noob and have been learning for only a month now, so please forgive what may be a really dumb question. why is it that to play certain chords on the guitar (for instance, C major, or A minor) you don't play the open low-E string, but you do play the open high-E string. it's the same note, isn't it? so why doesn't it sound as good?
[obscuremusicfilter] Wondering if anyone has reliable chords and/or sheet music to "Ring Telephone Ring" by Buck Ram. [more inside]
Help me to find guitar tabs/chords for childrens songs. [more inside]
Bar chords - still painful after 10 years. Anyone have tips? [more inside]
Question from a very beginner guitar player about chords and strumming. [more inside]