A Beginner’s Fingerstyle Repertoire Info
Learn how to play easy fingerstyle songs note-for-note on guitar with A Beginner’s Fingerstyle Repertoire.
Learn how to play easy fingerstyle songs with A Beginner’s Fingerstyle Repertoire.
Never played fingerstyle guitar before? Or know a few chords and picking patterns but not enough songs all the way through? Check out this repertoire of easy fingerstyle songs designed for beginners or very early players.
The repertoire starts by assuming that you’ve never played fingerstyle guitar before, and then progressively builds your technique, with each new tune adding something to what you’ve learned before.
Although you start as a beginner, by the time you’ve learned all the songs you’ll be knocking on the door of intermediate level fingerstyle guitar.
The Beginner’s Fingerstyle Repertoire set contains:
- First Fingerstyle Exercises
- Scarborough Fair version 1
- Love Me Tender
- Amazing Grace
- My Favourite Things
- As Tears Go By
- White Christmas
- Scarborough Fair version 2
- All I Have To Do Is Dream
- Oh Come All Ye Faithful
- The Way We Were
- Blue Moon
- Tuna Fish Blues
- St Louis Blues (not the famous version recorded by Louis Armstrong etc)
- When I Fall In Love
- Waterloo Sunset
- Killing Me Softly
- Red-Haired Boy
- Jumpin’ Salmon Blues
- Freight Train
A Beginner’s Fingerstyle Repertoire Download Details
The complete lesson contains a lesson video and a performance-standard play-thru video. It also contains the guitar tabs as PDF files and a songsheet with the chords and the lyrics of the lesson (if applicable), also as PDF files.
The videos are MP4 format and will play on PC’s, Macs and most mobile devices.
You’ll receive an email with a 9 Zip files as follows:
- Zip file 1: First fingerstyle exercises
- Zip file 2: Songs 1 to 3
- Zip file 3: Songs 4 to 6
- Zip file 4: Songs 7 to 9
- Zip file 5: Songs 10 to 12
- Zip file 6: Songs 13 to 15
- Zip file 7: Songs 16 & 17
- Zip file 8: Songs 18 & 19
- Zip file 9: Songs 20 & 21
Total Download size: 3.1 Gb
You’ll need to extract the MP4 and PDF files from the Zip file/s to be able to use them and you’ll need software to do so. If you don’t have a Zip program on your PC you’ll need to install one to open the file. I use Peazip which you can get free, here.
If you want to download to an iPad or iPhone you’ll need an app to do so, please read here to know more about it.
A Beginner’s Fingerstyle Repertoire Lesson Previews