Play 10 Easy Songs with Only 3 Guitar Chords – Beginner Guitar Lessons | Steve Stine

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In this guitar lesson, Steve Stine shows you how to play 10 easy guitar songs with just 3 guitar chords: G C and D

It’s important to learn how to play songs on the guitar to continue developing your ability to change chords quickly and cleanly, to develop your ability to strum along with music/musicians, and to continue visualizing and memorizing song structures.

In this guitar tutorial, here are the cover songs you can learn to play:

1. What I Got – Sublime
2. Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
3. Werewolves of London – Warren Zevon
4. All Summer Long – Kid Rock
5. Can’t You See – Marshall Tucker Band
6. Get a Haircut – George Thorogood
7. Old Time Rock and Roll – Bob Seger (this song IS tuned down a half step on the recording)
8. Tulsa Time – Eric Clapton
9. Hound Dog – Elvis Presley (needs a capo on 5th fret)
10. Everyday People – Sly and the Family Stone

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duane park says:

Thanks! You have a wonderful gift of teaching! Again, many thanks!

Motor HeaD _STatic says:

Easy chords but what about strum pattern??

Pillow Method says:

This is exactly what I need right now.
I’ve been a drummer for 30+ years and have always played simple piano and super simple guitar- in the closet. This year I’m going to book some vocal/guitar gigs on my own… and this is great coaching for me…
Thanks again…
And I like the G- sandwich term.. ?

WJ Keach says:

Hound Dog by big mamma thornton makes the elvis version sound like weak tea

J0hn FLansaas says:

You forgot another one is BLUE ON BLACK by Kenny w Shepard D-C-G its fun to play too. HAVE FUN PLAYING THE BLUES.

Darrell Eik says:

I like sandwiches!!!

Darrell Eik says:

Steve…you rock bro, love your stuff!!!

murph murph says:

G A D is a good one to use too

paperprincess says:

This is pretty cool! Thanks for sharing!

Hermenegildo Artur Cossa says:

Thank you bro. Teaching good! Hugs from Mozambique ( Africa) 🙂

John Dough says:

Awesome basics

Chris Kolze says:

What's the strum pattern for the songs ???? Thanks

extratechnologys says:

Can you write strum pattern for Sweet Home Alabama?

Stephen Towse says:

Possibly one of the only guitar teachers that can actually hold my attention. Just great.

John O'Sullivan says:

Awesome stuff thanks!

Valentin Craciun says:

Man thank you so mutch! You really are helping me a lot and after I see one of your videos I just enjoy learning guitar a lot better than before. It brings me fun! Thank you very mutch!

Hal Newell says:

I like this guy!

Greg Mccarter says:

Iv been playing for a time . Wish I would have had someone like you..this is,a,great beginning to learn…today I'm a,finger picker ..great video with out the boring,talk

Gary Wall says:

Bloody brilliant I`m an old beginner I just loved this video thanks Steve.

Thomas Rusby says:

Thanks again for another great lesson Steve !!!!

carlos c says:

That is sick lol I am a beginner and this was easy

ThatsMyBully says:

I asked my girlfriend to help me with the "D sandwich" ,,,,,she wasn't amused .

FoxHound says:

Hey Steve, another good one you could have included in this video is What's Up by 4 Non Blondes…. The entire song is literally just G, Am, C and back to G over and over again….with Capo on II. Totally kick ass song for a beginner to learn. although a beginner may not think to buy a capo until later on….. ah well… good song none the less and really only three chords!

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