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Monday 30 October 2017

Easy to play guitar songs for beginners

Here are 5 relatively simple songs for beginners to learn guitar, with. These songs will help you find your rhythm while having fun and offering a little variety. On the other hand, you will gain confidence in your instrument, while diversifying your exercises and rehearsals.

In addition, these songs can be played on both acoustic and electric guitar.


  • 1. Horse With No Name — America

“A Horse with No Name” is a song by rock band America, from their eponymous album and released in a single on January 31, 1972. It was written and composed by Dewey Bunnell in 1971. Although it was written on a rainy day in England, it is supposed to give an impression of high heat, arid desert. She reached first place on the US Billboard (in 1972).


  • 2. Come as you are - Nirvana

“Come as You Are” is a song by the American grunge band Nirvana written by Kurt Cobain and released as the second single on the album Nevermind in 1992. This song was composed just before the recording of Nevermind. She is one of the quieter tracks of the album and her lyrics can be interpreted in a variety of ways. It is generally considered one of the best songs of the band and has been taken over by several other artists. The single ranked 32nd place on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US, 9th place on the UK Singles Chart in the UK and 12th place on the Top 50 in France.


  • 3. House of the Rising Sun — The Animals, Bob Dylan and others

“House of the Rising Sun” is a folk song from the United States. Her best-known versions include two titles recorded in 1964: The Animals and the French version, Le Pénitencier, performed by Johnny Hallyday. In 1962, Bob Dylan recorded the song on his first album. It is a very pleasant and easy ballad to play guitar.


  • 4. Scarborough Fair — Simon and Garfunkel and others

“Scarborough Fair” is a traditional English song. She is particularly well known for the arrangement made by Simon & Garfunkel on their album Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, based on Martin Carthy's version, which Paul Simon had the opportunity to hear in England. The traditional song consists of two parts. In the first part, the man claims to impose an impossible task on the woman (make a seamless shirt, etc.). The second part (oh will you find me an acre of land, plough it, sow it, reap it, ) is the answer - mocking -. It is therefore a song whose poetic character actually covers a rather sarcastic irony about man's claim.


  • 5. Smells like teen spirit - Nirvana

"Smells Like Teen Spirit" is a song written by Kurt Cobain. This song received many international awards but the band struggled to manage success. In the years following Cobain's death, praise never ceased to grow making “Smells Like Teen Spirit” one of the greatest rock songs of all time.