What should be the first guitar song I learn?
I have learned the strings well enough and am working on chords. Ps it is a electric, a squier strat, rock n roll please!
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
Whatever you wish, on www.ultimate-guitar.com there are chords for almost every song, and also tabs. www.justinguitar.com is one of my favorite sites to learn some new stuff.
For some concrete suggestions, the intro riff of Sweet child o'mine is relatively easy, up and up of Relient K is also nice. I would suggest you try to play chords for songs, with chords you can accompany every song on the go without practicing. Meanwhile listen to your own favorite music and keep an ear out for some nice riffs ;-)
- 4 years ago
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- Anonymous6 years ago
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- Anonymous5 years ago
Layla/ Eric Clapton Riders on the storm/ Light my fire/ The Doors Sympathy for the devil/ The Rolling Stones Hotel california/ The Eagles
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- 7 years ago
There are loads of easy songs to learn - you just have to choose a song you like and put the time into learning it. Head over to www.myfirstguitarsong.com - Over 100 easy guitar songs for beginners. Choose a song you like and strum until your hearts content.
- 8 years ago
for acoustic: snuff from slipknot it has many changes, its fun due to the singer sings with feeling so you can really feel the song (idk if you listen to metal though) but make sure its something you can feel for your first song an its simple and basic!!!! or iris from goo goo dolls :)
for electris id say something simple basic as well :) try asking alexandria not there new album but there older stuff like the final epsiode :) its heavy great and fun
buttt if your not going for a metal style playing play songs in the genre that you appriciate in :) have fun, dont get discouraged guitar is very difficult have to keep fouced patient
rock on man :)
- Anonymous8 years ago
My first guitar song was "Yankee doodle"
If you mean electric guitar, I learnt 1 arpeggio, a few chords and Kansas "Carry on my wayward son".
My brother's first song (he plays acoustic and electric) this one
His second song was
His third song was
^^^ he started his own band there. I think Cranberries are quite easy, e.g. Zombie?Source(s): Classic guitar :D
- ErikLv 68 years ago
Start with something simple like "Enter Sandman" or "Fade to Black" by Metallica. they aren't ridiculously easy like "Nothing Else Matters" or "Heart Shaped Box", but if you ever play them for people, they tend to recognize them.
- 8 years ago
or try some sabbath