#1
Okay Im a beginner guitarist and often people say that a tab is easy but I try it and there actually a little hard . This is a thread so people can post the most ridiculously easy song tabs ever . Like For the absolute beginner . Like me .
So list some songs .
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#4
Anything Nirvana ever did.
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#8
blink -182 songs...... but the ones you will find easiest are the songs you already know the rhythm to, just listen to the song and look at the tab and you'll notice what notes are being played....
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Doesn't Remind Me - Audioslave
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#10
SMOKE ON THE WATER
fade to black
good riddance
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Hmmm. I'd say stop worrying bout learning songs. While it feels nice to be able to play shyt, you may not be ready yet.
Focus on learning and memorizing as many "basic" chords as possible. And also memorize each one's sound. Then look up some theory on how a chord sound better following another chord. That should give you somewhere to start.

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Hmmm. I'd say stop worrying bout learning songs. While it feels nice to be able to play shyt, you may not be ready yet.
Focus on learning and memorizing as many "basic" chords as possible. And also memorize each one's sound. Then look up some theory on how a chord sound better following another chord. That should give you somewhere to start.


Like what chords ?
Why does learning chords help me ?
How should I Practice ?

Its just that I feel lost .
#16
like a stone - audioslave

or just learn easy riffs like enter sandman riff, seek and destroy, beast and the harlot intro, smoke on the water riff and like that
#17
Like what chords ?
Why does learning chords help me ?
How should I Practice ?


learning chords will help you learn songs!!!

A good open grouping to try is any variation of
C, G, Am, Em, (theres about 100 songs that use this progression in one form or another)
also im not sure what there called but they look like this
E G A
e-3---3---3
B-3---3---3
G-0---0---2
D-2---0---2
A-2---2---0
E-0---3---0


ect....its a good way to play a lot of chords without having to swithc positions.