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Easy Guitar Songs For Children (BEGINNER LEVEL)

November 10, 2019


Stuck on what is the easiest song to learn
first? Watch this video to learn three easy beginner guitar songs right now. Watch until
the end of this video and I’ll give you a free online guitar course. I’ll teach you
how to learn a song in under one hour using my step by step approach and proven method
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stuck on getting off the ground with your first song and can’t figure out which song
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easy beginner songs that you can play instantly. I’ve shared these with thousands of my students
and they have gone on to use them as stepping stones to learning more advanced stuff. I
teach hundreds of people each month to play the guitar, and I’ve written kids’ tutorial
books. And now it’s your turn. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. Okay, here we
go. All the notes on this song are on the first string only. So we’re going to pluck
the first string open twice, and then we’re going to come all the way down to the seventh
fret, we’re going to pluck that twice, and then moving to the ninth threat twice and
then back to the seventh. Then we’re going to move to the fifth fret twice, and then
the fourth fret twice, and then to the second fret twice, and then the first string open. All right, so the next part, we’re all the
way down to the seventh fret, twice, the fifth fret twice, fourth fret twice, and the second
fret. Then we repeat that again. Then we go all the way back to the beginning again. Okay, so let’s get started with Hot Cross
Buns. I’m going to be plucking the strings with my Bohemian Rhapsody pick, but it’s also
okay to use your thumb. Okay, so the first string, or the first note we’re going to play,
is the first string open. And then we’re going to take our finger, and we’re going to push
down the third fret on the second string, and then we’re going to move back then to
the first fret. And then we’re going to do that again. So the first string open, and
then the third fret of the second string, and then to the first fret. Then we’re going
to stay here and we’re going to pluck the same note four times. And then we’re going
to move back to the third fret, and we’re going to plug this one four times. And then
the first string open. And then the third fret of the second string. And then back to
the first fret of the second string. Okay, let me show you that again. First string open,
third fret, first fret. Okay, so I do have other video on the best
age to start learning guitar. So if you’d like to visit that video, please have a look. Old McDonald Had A Farm. Okay. Let’s make
a start. So we’re all the way to the seventh fret on the first string, and we’re going
to pluck this three times. Then we’re going to jump all the way back to the second fret
and then to the fourth fret, and then back to the second fret. And all the way to the
11th fret twice, and the ninth fret twice, and the seventh. And the second fret, all
the way back to the seventh. Now you know exactly how to play three easy
beginner songs. I have a free online course, that challenges you to play a song in under
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5 Comments

  • Reply David Aldridge November 4, 2019 at 11:40 pm

    Thanks for watching! Easy guitar songs for children, How are you going to use these songs?

  • Reply Clifford Starks November 5, 2019 at 6:13 am

    This is pretty cool, in the process of learning the guitar so will have to give these a try!👍

  • Reply Drost Video November 5, 2019 at 1:38 pm

    Reminds me how I started playing guitar decades ago..time to take it up again

  • Reply Lucy Griffiths November 9, 2019 at 3:50 am

    Great songs for children.

  • Reply Carol Erb, Ph.D November 9, 2019 at 5:44 am

    Great songs for the children

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