John Denver Guitar Lessons

john_denverAlthough he uses a 12-string guitar as often as he uses a 6-string, all the John Denver guitar lessons are taught on a 6-string. If you’re lucky  enough to have a 12-string, you’ll find that playing them the way they’re taught here will sound even closer to the original.

Get ready to enjoy these songs of love, music and mountain tops. The most accurate John Denver guitar lessons available anywhere!


THE COLLECTION CONTAINS:

Annie’s Song

Calypso

I’m Sorry

Leaving On a Jet Plane (FREE)

My Sweet Lady

Sunshine On My Shoulders

This Old Guitar


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Click on any of the song titles to see a clip from the start of the lesson. (The free ones you can download in their entirety.) 

You’ll receive at least two videos per song, one lesson and one performance-standard play-through. You’ll also receive the chords/lyrics and guitar tabs as PDF files.

The videos are mp4 format and should play on PC’s, Macs and most mobile devices.

They will download as Zip files. If you don’t have a Zip program on your PC you’ll need to install one to open the file. I use Zipeg which you can get free, here.

If you want to download to an iPad or iPhone, please read here

9 Comments:

  1. Hi,
    John Denver did a beautiful song on his best of live wildlife concert CD in 1995 called “Darcy Farrow”. I bought a DVD of Pete Huttlinger which teaches one to play this song, unfortunately it only shows one the introduction. My question is could this be included in the list?

  2. Hi Jerry

    I lime your way of teaching and wanted to try to learn a song so I tried to download John Denver’s Jet Plane, but it won’t download. Is there something I’m not doing?

    Thanks
    Maureen

  3. Just purchased the John Denver collection. I dont know that you have my e-mail address. It is fredpineda1@msn.com. Hope to receive soon. Thank you,

    Fred Pineda

  4. PLEASE INCLUDE JOHN’S BEST KNOWN SONG ” COUNTRY ROADS” IN THE FUTURE.

    regards,

    Sid

  5. Really enjoyed My Sweet Lady, Jerry–very accessible even for someone with very modest guitar skills like me!

    Dave

  6. ?
    Why would you choose
    not to include
    Rocky Mt High.

    Just curious.

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