Hi, I’m Bobby crispy this video is where my guitar lesson series so today? I’m going to show how to play 10 easy beatles logs [okay], so here. They are First time [to] hey jude the [hard] day’s night. Let it be revolution Get back And I love her love be [Due] Twisted shout a ballad up jump yoko and if I did to someone It’s pretty much the same thing [start] with number one. Hey jude It starts off f 4 beats C 4 beats See seven four beats after [Ford’s] [be] flat for [each] F-for beats See four beats f for weeks That repeats a couple times roper play first Steph Seven four beats [be] flat Beefed up today [just] [lift] your finger like that two beats G wider two beats gee what are seven to beat? See, [then]. [II] just play the top string with it open to means then arrive there C4 to these a few beads F72 beats Okay third repeats and then and then part of seven four beats See four beats C74 Number two [our] day’s date starts off the gsS for [record] As a regular g for the second string [first] fret played with it so pay first Okay, so that’s the jesus for the G – [beets] C9 – beets All it is is take the g Move it up two strings So a 5th string 3rd fret [4th] string [2nd] fret and the bottom two strings [third] fret energy four beats F-for each gee That repeats place the next part is this See four beats D for Beach g2E C9 say it was before two beats? then G24 beats damn, Little bridge plate first you you So that’s [B-Minor] four beats [Eli] nur  Beats the be water [eight] beats [gee] 4 Beats a minor for each See for weeks D for me Okay, number [three] let it be I’ll play it first. It’s really really two parts to song anyway See two beats Jeetu Beats Okay, my work to these I’m sure sorry F2 ease See two beats gee two beats After each see to it [slow] there are Pete’s [Copeland’s] then next part play first A Minor [-] [Eats] Jeju Beats as two beats See four beats G to eat have to eat see two beats Okay number four revolution okay be for ten beats [E] great beats [5b] for 18 beats or four measures with two additional beats What what for one? [2e] creepies f sharp  beats next part of play Casey shirt Liner four beats after four beats See shit liar for me soon A b g Sharp four beats f sharp four beats next part Okay, so be four beats e Four beats that repeats three times [B] be Sure seven four beats another four beats number five get back So this is the intro so it’s a for each three times four beats four beats for me a fruity bees G dee Diverse [let’s] all play first A 4/4 beat a seven for four beats D for four weeks even for me Do that twice? Then it’s a seven for four beats twice of a seven for eight beats then t [four] Beats Me for two [weeks] the g Number six, and I love her okay? [so] it’s [I’ll] play first Just have sharp minor four beats C-Sharp Minor’ for meet soon you do it three [times] a for four weeks P7  beats and he for for each another for me the next part you you [so] C-Sharp Minor four beats be four beats then C-Sharp minor for meats G sharp Minor four beats Do that again see short minor? You hear about? Be seven four beats another four beats Okay, number seven Eleven video. I’ll play that first Okay, so G7 four beats See for [eatin] You do that three times G7? see Jisu see See for four beats another four beats next part So d four beats then another four beats? See four beats chief for easy Do that again, okay number eight twist and shout? Okay, the intro at play it first Okay fifth string open second fourth fourth string open place top string Third fret [voice] Fist Ringel there three more times So once again slowly Okay, next part is this So it’s d 2 beats G 2 beats a four beats repeat that several times that it’s a than a it’s four sets of four measures keep singing higher and higher Okay, and yet, it is this Fits ourselves a core [be] flat then be You keep ascending up and up so see C-Sharp D just the send one fellow time 39? Let’s do a complicated display D7. So it’s up one photo at a time start for me Next the ballad of your john, yoho Okay, so it’s e for four measures The Yi7 for four measures That a for two measures the [E2] measures V7 [-] measures efore tomatoes that repeats [sometimes] okay, then the bridge is a two measures then six sets of two measures [three] [four] on a nod up to six Then b is 7 for two measures [pause] Okay, finally number [ten] if I needed someone [like] a plate first That’s eight seven four four measures then a g with an a for two measures Okay, so that’s like a regular g. But you’re playing the fifth string open two measures and a so two measures you do all that twice, and then it’s A [miner] for [one] measure – sharp [severed] After so it again then p wire a minor f sharp [seven] and b minor then an e7 Okay, that’s a lesson. I hope you have found helpful and thanks for watching
Hi, I’m Bobby crispy this video is [front] [row] guitar lesson series So today, I’ll show how to play knocking on Heaven’s door by guns and roses okay um So I’ll play the parts first and then I’ll show how they’re played note for note using the tabs above Okay, first of all for the guns N’roses version You tune your guitar? Half a step down to e flat So it’s top string e flat then a flat D flat G flat B-Flat You flat so here’s my a flat that string if you want to tune to it Okay, uh song [structures] pretty simple for most part it’s Mainly Edgy two beats D two beats See the four beats Well, that’s its structure anyway except for the verse is g 2 beats D for  beats a minor for 4 Beats It goes back to G for two beats D for two beats See for four beats you Okay, the guns N’roses version. There’s some finger picking involved first of all [I’ll] [show] the intro Okay, I’ll play it first you Okay, so that starts off as a g chord pic like First string second-string Third string open second string to a d chord [play] it as a reproduce. Just pick with your fingers in the pic so fourth string third string second first string and pull off from the second Second fret on the first string pull off the 2nd string 3rd 2nd string Just a C chord [which] [is] [played] [like] this So mainly it’s the [secor] that’s broken up into arpeggios. So it plated the middle two strings then hammer on fourth string the second fret fifth string third and second strings third fourth strength and first ring It’s a [4th] [3rd] and [2nd] string first Ring You play the middle two strings again. Oh open? like before hammer on to the second fret of the fourth string the fifth string third string Okay, so that’s the intro and the g d c– part through the song So it’s both okay for the verse [okay], I’ll play it first okay, so it’s a g chord for two beats a [D4V] And bottle string pull off in the second at first the second third second string is so the V part is It goes into an e minor chord the third string The second string open a hammer onto the first 3rd and 4th strings top string first string Ok that it’s 4th 3rd 2nd and 3rd strings the fourth string open hammer on to the simon Third string open after the fourth second fret three Shrink open So sure to pick a pattern through it. Yeah that song yeah like this So with the [pic] in your little finger your ring finger Okay, then the power [chords] simplest part of the song it’s g power chord two Beats first then D power chord fifth string fifth fret Do [beets] and see our core the fifth string third fret for Beach back to G and That’s the main structure of the song okay. I hope this lesson has been helpful and thanks for watching
Hi, I’m Bobby crispy this video is printing my guitar lesson series So today I’ll show how to play fortunate son by CCR So I’ll play it first Then I’ll play show house waiting up for not using tabs Okay, so it plays an intro first there it is Okay, I split made played mainly on the 4Th and 2nd strings Okay, so 4th string slide up to the 9th fret second-string a threat let’s light [up] for the 4th string 7th fret 2nd string 6 fret Okay, that’s the fourth string third fret slide up to the fifth second string fifth fret The [fourth] string [second] fret slide [up] the third second string Third fret into the fifth string first fret [oh] six string top string third fret [again] slowly you Okay, now the verse okay the rhythm after [it’s] song is like this So it’s one two and three [and] four in so many of the feel later on you can get a little more eccentrically Okay, so I’ll play it first [ah] first verse Okay, so that’s g top string 6 fret top string third fret It’s a power chord basically then f which is the top string first fret Then to the C. Which is this death string third fret? then two back to G top string third fret and That’s the course I Mean so that’s the first Okay, the chorus is almost the same. It’s this is it here Okay, same as before g power chord top string third fret [goes] to d. Which is the fifth string fourth fret And slide down two frets to see fifth string third fret then [2g] top string third fret Okay And now the bridge at 1 minute 18 minutes in the song I’ll play first you Okay, that’s on the second and third strings Okay, so slide up to third string seventh fret and 2nd string 6 fret Then down to down on fret on each Which is the third string 6 fret [fifth] fifth fret on the second string? Then with the same pattern slide down So that’s the second string [first] fret and third string second, right? slide up two frets To the second string third fret and the fourth string. I’m sorry the third string for threat And that’s pretty much the song look. I hope this lesson has been helpful and thanks for watching
Hi Youtubers, it’s Jason here and in todays
guitar lesson we are going to learn that real catching song All About That Bass by Meghan
Trainor. So let’s get into it. Hi guys and welcome back.
umm yep we are gunna play “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor.
Umm super simple. Only three chords in the song.
Umm This is actually the second song that I’ve done where she’s written the song with
three chords so just goes to show you that you only need three chords to write a hit
song. Umm Now what I’ll do is I’m going to split
this video up into three parts. The first part play it as it is and the second part
play with a capo. The reason being is that the first the actual way to play it has got
a bar chord in it so it may be difficult for some. Third is the extra bits like the umm
all that sort of stuff. Umm so lets start.
So the songs actually split into three parts which is the verse, chorus and pre chorus.
Unn so it starts with the chorus first so it goes…A I’m all about that base about
that bass no treble. Then B minor I’m all about that bass about that bass no treble.
E I’m all about that bass about that bass no treble. all about that bass, back to A
about that bass. And that’s it. So what I’ll do is I’ll bring it in so you
can see the chords but they are in a chart below if you click the description below.
I do it for myself to play live so you could just down load it and print it out or put
it in your ipad like I do. So we’ve got an A. All about that bass about
that bass no treble. Bm All about that bass bout that bass no treble. E all about that
bass about that bass no treble. A all about that bass about that bass.
So that’s it. Now we go into the verse which is umm I’ll
just play it. It starts with A. It’s pretty clear I ain’t
no size two. Bm But I can shake it shake it like I’m supose to do.E sorry I’ve got that
boom boom that I’ll the boys chase Got all the right. A All the right junk in all the
right place. That’s it. Umm next is the the prechorus which leads
into the chorus which is A Bm E again. Exactly the same sequence thoughout the entire song.
So my mumma she told me . Bm. E boy like a little more booty to hold at night back to
A.You know I won’t be no stick figure or no barbie doll. B minor. E back to A. You know
I’m all about that bass about that bass no treble. So that’s the how it’s played that
part. Next we will move onto the capo bit. Ok let’s start with the capo bit.
Umm obviously it’s three chords again. And it’s G. Capo on the 2nd fret by the way.
G, A minor, D that’s it back to G. ok so it’s like I’m all about that bass no treble, all
about that bass no treble, all about that bass about that bass no treble, I’m all about
that bass about that bass All the way through so I’ll bring it in.,
It just a G which is like that to A minor then a D back to G. So that’s it. Umm and
obviously it’s the same throughout the verse, prechorus and back into the chorus.
Umm so that’s that. So so far we have done how it’s played the original version, with
a capo to make it easier Umm and next we will get onto the extra bits which is the bass
and the leady sort of parts. ok let’s do the bass. It follows the chords
which is as we know already A B minor D. So it goes something like this..
So that’s it and I’ll bring it in so you can see a bit closer. So we’ve got an open A.
Back to the A. So that’s it that’s the bass. Ok now the next bit I suppose you would call
it the rhythm. Um it’s like a strat sort of clear sound. I mimicks the chords which is
A B minor D but we are doing it in bar chord form so that’s you A and that’s your B minor
and we’ve got E.But that’s know how we play it that’s are these chords we are about to
play are derived. They are sort of like triads like you use them in funk a lot umm and sort
of regga and stuff like that. So umm so you fret your A then B minor and then your E and
back to the A. Now sometimes I play it like this some times
sometimes I put that on there sometimes I play the B minor like that sometimes I put
top on it. But I always generally play the E like this. So I’ll bring that in so I can
see that. So just remember that this is on the 5th fret
so It’s mirroring the bar chord and we are play a bit of a..
and we are going up to the B minor it’s just these three strings here. E chord and back
to A. So that’ the rhythm part of the song. So if your going to play electric sort of
rhythm in the band. Ok the last part of the song is the the run
down which is in thirds in the key of A. It’s a good little trick and you should use that
in your playing between chords and stuff like that because it really fills stuff out.
So umm it goes like this… And that it.Now as I said it’s in the key
of A and it’s just thirds and I use it all the time.
Ok let’s bring it in close. So that’s it. Um thanks for sticking around.If
you found this useful umm please like and subscribe umm so you can keep up to date of
all the latest videos that I’ll put out. Umm another good thing to do is to set up
a playlist so if you are learning guitar umm set up a play list guitar songs or guitar
tuition and just chick the videos in there. Umm thanks again and Enjoy !.
Hi, I’m Bobby [Krispy] this guitar lesson is about how to play satisfaction by the rolling stones So I’ll play the riffs first and I’ll show them how they’re played with the tabs okay, so here’s the main riff Okay, that’s fifth string second fret twice What’s more? fourth fret slide up to fifth [fifth] again fifth one more time one more and slide down then pull off the second fret Okay, and the [chords] for [that] re e D A That’s really chr. Okay. Yeah, the chords for the verse are [He-hey] Hey eise ever B7 Isa A It goes back in the first rhythm section Okay, and there’s a third guitar It’s heavy on the reverb Okay, so after sings I can’t get no it goes satisfaction that part there [okay], so that’s a fifth string seventh fret slide down to the fourth top string seventh fret slide down to the fifth And then back to the fifth string fourth fret slide up to the [suns] Top string no threat fifth string so threat then [Ii] [seven] at the seventh fret position Back to you [seven] Ye seven you seven A and Bachelor be rich Okay, I hope the lesson has been helpful and thanks for watching
I’m Bobby Kristy this is part of my guitar lesson series So today, I’ll show how to play one of the easiest guitar solos you can learn to soul from a song called Soldier boy by the Shirley’s Shirley’s were an all-girl vocal group from the early 1960s So the song might be a little out of date It might not be that everybody’s liking but it’s still a good solo for beginner guitar player to learn So I’ll play it first Then I’ll show how to play note for note using tabs Okay, here it goes [tell] me so chance Okay So just follow [along] with the tad’s above Okay, the first part top string first fret slide up to the six eighth fret fifth string the threat Top string 6 fret hurt again Okay, then, it’s top string 6 fret 8 six eight fifth string fifth fret Top string 6 fret That pretty good expert Top string 6 fret 8 fifth string fifth fret top string six thread Stop hurt again Okay, next part fifth string fifth fret eight fourth string fifth fret seventh fifth string a threat so that part is Fourth I’ll get an expert fourth string fourth fret seventh eight fifth string date so once again Okay, next part is fourth string fifth fret fifth string eight fifth fret top string 8th fret fifth string fifth fret top string six, right and you play it twice, so it’s Twice The last part is fifth string fifth fret top string eighth threat 6/8 six that hurt again is and That’s the soil Okay, [that’s] a lesson. I hope it’s been helpful and thanks for watching
Hi, I’m Bobby crispy this guitar lesson is about how to play twist and showed by the Beatles and It’s easy enough for beginner guitar players learn Okay, so so I’ll show how it’s played note for note using tabs up above Okay, I’ll play it first then I’ll show us play note for note. So here’s the main riff here Okay, [let’s] [wait] like this fifth string open second trap fourth fret fourth string open twice top string Third fret twice fifth string open therefore more times so once again Okay, and the cords the main chords play through the song like this Yes, [D2] [beads] G for two beats Hey, [four] four beats And if you’re not sure [how] to play the chords here, they are here D Like this first string second string third string and fourth string G let’s play like this fifth string top string And a is played like this bottom string open second string Third string fourth string fifth string open so [gee] Hey Okay, and at the end the verse it goes into the a like this Okay, let’s just play with downstrokes [eighth] chord it’s a major chord icon and The rhythm Pattern is [one] [two] [three] [one] [two] [three] [one] [two] So [one] [two] [three] [one] [two] [three] [one] [two] That’s done six times six nights We need [a] little bit of a solo in the middle. It’s a little bit more complicated. This is it here Okay, so just watch the heads up here Okay, that’s played four times Okay, and then it repeats with the verse now [the] ending is a little different. It’s a little more complicated. This is it here Okay, so that’s an a chord Then a bar chord let’s B-Flat just Bar the 2nd 3rd and 4th strings there like that play the 5th string of the first trip Then you move up [the] second fret positioned third for threat So it’s a b flat D C C sharp D Bend’s with [a] denied The United State this button. He was during his fifth fret fourth string fourth fret fifth string fifth fret and [that’s] a song simple enough ok hope this guitar lesson has been helpful, and thanks for watching
Hi, I’m Bobby crispy this video is better my guitar lesson series, so today. I’ll show how to play happy birthday three different ways easy for beginners Rock and as a chord melody Okay, so I’ll play Super Easy first For beginners. I’ll play it first then I’ll show how it’s played note for note Okay, here it goes [Hmm] Okay on the fourth string open twice. That’s [D] second fret Open again Third string g open fourth string fourth [fret] fourth string open twice second fret fourth string over Third string second fret third string open fourth string open twice [second] string third fret second string open third string g open fourth string fourth [fret] second fret second string first fret twice second string open G Third string open second fret third string third string And now the [cords] happy birthday, so it starts off as g Then D gee another [chi] and see Bennett’s Gee D G [ok] now the rock of even heavy metal version [ok] I’ll play it first ok 3rd string 7th fret twice and hammer on to the 9th fret 7th [2nd] string 7th fret bend up the sub threat Back to the third string seventh fret twice and run to the ninth Vii and slide up the second string 10th fret 8 back to the 3rd string 7th fret twice First string 10th fret slide up to it [7th] second string 7th fret Bend up seventh fret regular slide down to the fifth first string seventh fret Hammer [ons] late for the eighth again seventh second string eight Bend up on the [eights] And play the eighth normal yeah Okay, now as a court melody where you play the melody and the chords at the same time So I’ll play it first. I’ll show let’s play you He starts off as part of the G chord [bottom] two strings is third fret fourth sir Third string fourth fret fourth string fifth fret so twice Play the second string Fifth fret second string Third fret then play [with] the first string 2nd 3rd and 4th strings 2nd fret fourth and Third strands twice Third string, I threat stuff so fred second string [tenth] fret For [three] [ninth] 13 seventh fret [2nd] string a threat Than just the two Middle strings twice the same Cord, But add first string 10th fret Seventh fret so you’re actually playing the sub threat with your first finger the fourth Third and second strings the riddle two strings 7th fret 2nd string 10th fret the back to the [2nd] string 8th fret 3rd string 7th fret 4Th string metric That’s happy birthday. [I] hope you have found this lesson helpful and thanks for watching