23 Replies to “Johnny B. Goode EASY Beginner Guitar Lesson – EASY 3 Chord Song #10”

  1. I'm a beginner, I been learning and improving for about 3yrs. never had a lesson a day in my life.
    I used Google for chord pics & i draw chords, i pratice finger placement & changing chords fast, then i search for a song using chords i learned)– and i use YouTube to learn tempo beats ….i grew up on this song, i love this song, this was one of the first songs I learned and after watching this I can say I've got some new insight and progression rhythm down for this .
    thanks alot.

  2. I'm a beginner, I been learning and improving for about 3yrs. never had a lesson a day in my life.
    I used Google for chord pics & i draw chords, i pratice finger placement & changing chords fast, then i search for a song using chords i learned)– and i use YouTube to learn tempo beats ….i grew up on this song, i love this song, this was one of the first songs I learned and after watching this I can say I've got some new insight and progression rhythm down for this .
    thanks alot.

  3. Just in case anyone is curious, the song is in B-flat (Bb).  That's one semitone above 'A'.  That's why when he puts the capo on the first fret, he's shifted every open chord he plays up one semitone.  So his "A" chord is actually a "B flat (also called A sharp)" chord, the D chord is an "E flat", and his E chord is an F.

  4. Great lesson Andy! Where were you 50 years ago? I could have avoided 40 years in the salt mines and been a rock star instead. Oh well. It's never too late. I can play old folks homes I suppose.

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