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Easy Rhythm Guitar Lesson - Learn how to play the song "Bye Bye Love " on a guitar.
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How to play “Bye-Bye, Love” on a Guitar?
Hey, Rhythm Strummers. Here’s an easy way to play this really great song.
Well, I can only show about 30 seconds of that great song for this free lesson. So, I’ll save some of that for later. But let me show you some really great chords and the simple strum pattern that will allow you play that song and many other great ones.
Alright let’s start with the chords. The first chord you’re going to need to know is the A chord.
The next chord would be the D chord.
And when you’re strumming that chord you want to avoid this. It looks like the top string but it’s called the bottom string. But anyway, it doesn’t go with the chord very well. And the third chord will be the E major chord, that. Up here you’ll see a strum pattern diagram and you’ll see down-up-down-up arrows and the second beats that is a beat two and beat four arrows are in bold which means you play those louder sort of stimulating the sound of the snare drum in a rock band. So that will sound like this.
So let’s play that, just groove around on the A chord for a while using that strum pattern. So two and actually I’m swinging it as well, so two and three and four and.
Let’s do that whole bunch. One and two and three and four, now we’re going to stop here three and four end like that. Let’s apply that strum pattern to all three chords so I’m going to go from the A to the D, to the E and then back to A. So that will be the strum pattern one time for the A, one time for the D, one time for the E and then one time for the A again for a total of four and then we’ll repeat all those.
So it will seem like you’re playing eight or you know two times in a row of the A chord which you kind of really you’re just starting over again, does that makes sense, two and three and four.
Two and three and four with the D chord one and two and three and four, and then E one and two and three and four, A one and two and three and four, and then we’ll start over again.
A one and two and three and four, D one and two and three and four, E one and two and three and four, A one and two and three and four. Starts over again A one and two and three and four, D one and two and three and four, E one and two and three and four, A one and two and three and four. Let’s do it one more time so here’s the beginning A one and two and three and four, D one and two and three and four, E one and two and three and four, A one and two and three and four end.
So practice that for a while and if you like to learn the rest of the song, please come visit us. We’d love to see you at RhythmsStrummer.com.