Dr. hook up on the mountain chords
Pull out your calypso strum for this one. Great for learning palm muting. Tab by Bob Naylor.
Dr. Hook Guitar Chords, Guitar Tabs and Lyrics album from Chordie
Handed out 12 May As heard in club on 26 May Includes tab for the intro riff and the instrumental. Now with chord diagrams! Handed out 28 June Redone with just chords. Handed out 26 July Key of F with pronunciation notes. As seen in the movie The Wedding Singer. Requested by David K. From Disneys The Jungle Book. In an easier to play key than the original. As heard in club on 20 Sept Classic, yet easy tab riff.
Great example of Bar Blues. Learn where the notes are on the fretboard and how to find chords further up the neck. Hawaiian language song with translation. Thanks to Bob N. Another great arrangement by Bob N! Brought to you by Bob N. Thanks to Bob N! Now in the key of C. In the key of E. Thanks to Bob S. Thanks to Dave M.
Pretty tricky jazz chords! Now in the key of G! Traditional Hawaiian song about the uplands of Maui. From the Pixar short film "Lava". With A minor pentatonic scale. Arrangement by Bob S. Tab for chords and melody and more. Transcribed by Bob N.
Top 5 songs
Lots of helpful info: The Lion Sleeps Tonight: Margaritaville, by Jimmy Buffett with intro tab. Brown Eyed Girl, by Van Morrison.
White Sandy Beach of Hawaii. They helped me so much. Last year I was seriously ill and picked up guitar playing after many years again and it helped me through the treatments and this year I am fine again. I wanted to let you know how much energy and joy come from your videos. Cheers from Germany — Corinna.
Hi Corinna, thank you for your very kind comment and your kind donation. Hi Karel, thank you again for your kind support. Unfortunately, because I did not use one to learn it I have never created a song sheet for Tears In Heaven.
You hear this probably a lot, but i like to repeat it: I have a little question to ask: Further I would like to share some possible songs you might want to tutor? They are just some possible ideas I would like to share.
I still have not learned a lot of great songs which you already made a lesson for, so for the time being I have a lot of work to do ;-. This sounds simple, chords are simple, but there is a degree of subtelty in there I am missing but is right up your street. One of the greatest Canadian Bands! Thank you Michael your support is greatly appreciated, you are living proof that you are never too old to learn. I wish I was as dedicated as you are now when I was younger. Your tutorials are awesome!
Hey Alan, I wanna thank you for all the time and all the energy you spend to make those tutos, and then share them freely with us. Thank you for contributing in making this world beautiful. Alan, Nice to meet you, i am from Vietnam, i love to see your video and thank you for all you have done. I learned so much from your video. I want to buy Addario string to support for your website, but i cannot find the way to buy it, or can you ship it to my country?
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If you are interested in me, you can contact me via email or talk via skype: Love to talk to you. Wish you all the best. How are you doing? Just looked through the responses — it felt good not to be alone, in that there are other folk who also struggle with learning their chosen instrument.
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Two strategies that I have adopted maybe it may help one of your students are: It takes me goes — to get a recognisable similarity to a piece I am trying to replicate. But as for breaking the ice in a finger picking riff, I have passed the goes mark, on the one piece I have chosen. For me — fingerpicking is just like dragging your nails down a black board — gives me that reaction. I break it down into units of five complete goes. Then draw a circle on the page and put a tick in it — 5 goes done. I do not know what motivates a great teacher, but from the feedbacks you certainly have the gift.
It sounds a bit boring but a few minutes a day of repetition will yield results, you just have to be disciplined about it. I hope this helps. Hi Peter Thanks for taking the time to post your thoughts. But the pain and frustration is well worth it and a focussed, systematic approach will yield results nothing worthwhile is ever easy. Best wishes with your playing. The only rather difficult part for me is to get the good rythm. Stroking is still very confusing for the beginner I am.
Thanks for some more help. Hi Alan Have just picked up the guitar again, tried to play it 20 years ago but gave up! Could do the basic chords, but never understood the strumming side — could not quite work it out. I love the fact that your tutorials explain the way a song should be strummed! I have suddenly got my enthusiasm back and thanks to your videos, feel like maybe I can actually play a whole song and start to improve. Thanks for taking the time to care about the newbies out there. All the best Tony.