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So you probably learn half of 3 or 4 easy songs and spend the next five years playing those and never making any real progress.

You know that it can't be much of a step from there, to being able to play loads of songs 'all the way through' but somehow you just never get there. Sound familiar?

The thing is.....most 'experienced' guitarists completely forget what it
feels like
when you first start playing.

They can't remember the feeling of frustration when you're just desperate to play some thing . . anything . . .with the few chords and picks/strums that you've already learned.

Don't despair . . all you need is something that is going to get your enthusiasm up in order to keep you playing and learning and make your guitar playing fun again.

Well don't get frustrated because we can do something about it for you. This set of 20 Easy Song Lesson Downloads is going to take you a lot further down the road than you ever imagined.
Dear Mike,
After seeing and using your first 6 free lessons I was hooked. Although I'd learnt the full chords I really wasn't sure about these simplified versions (thought I was cheating)  but I was desperate to play songs and the 20 simple song video lessons were a must.
I found them overwhelming like a kid in a sweet shop and wanted to play them all immediately. Of course I couldn't, I  had to take them one by one until my confidence grew and I got to grips with them........great fun.
I already knew the chords but always got hung up on the strumming patterns, these songs even explained the strumming and
picking patterns that I always thought that would be too difficult for me....not now. They gave me the encouragement to slowly build up a few songs that I can play for fun and in front of friends for a sing song (with a few beers as well)For the price ...I thought 'what have I got to lose'....this is fantastic value in terms of money and fun factor. Thanks so much.
Michael Grimshaw. Blackburn. UK

"You know those books you can buy called 'Whatever... for Dummies"?

Well this is the Guitar Video Equivalent.

These 20 easy guitar songs lessons have been produced by 2 extremely experienced guitar teachers. The titles have been chosen to offer a wide ranging repertoire of easy to play songs.

Here are 20 songs that
 
ANYONE will be able to
play in a few short days.

You will no longer have to cringe and shrug when people see your guitar and
ask 'what can you play?'
Dear Mike,
I love the way you break things down step by step.....for a self taught beginner with no musical talent who plays for his own enjoyment.......this is really helpful.

I am gaining in confidence and even though I started learning to play in my 60's I new see that it is 'doable'.

Since I don't read music, your approach is really useful as I can actually play full songs instead of bits and pieces. It makes is easy even for a musical illiterate like me.

These has been the most easily understood tutorials of this type I have encountered.

Jim Legleiter Louisville. KY
You will no longer bore your partner / family/ loved ones/ friends with the same old stuff they've heard a million times before.

The reason we say 'anyone can play them' is because we have used only the simplest of chords and strum/picking patterns.

In some  cases we've
completely
left out or modified any
difficult sections.

This means that there are none of those 'brick walls' that you will be familiar with.

You won't suddenly find a section that you can't play because once you can play ONE of these songs, you'll be able to play ALL of them.

Dear Mike,
I wasn't sure if my current guitar skills would be up to playing these songs, but learning that first song was an incredible morale booster!

The ability to pause, and rewind as needed made all the difference in the world.
It still took prectise, but in a fun way as my chord changes became easier.
Absolutely nowhere else have I found lessons like this geared toward the novice, I would strongly recommend this set to any beginner!

Timothy Frank Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin USA




It really couldn't be easier.

Watch as Jerry shows you the only chords you'll need to be able to play ALL 20 of these great songs.



So you can see, we've made it as easy as humanly possible for you to give your playing the kind of boost that takes other guitarists months, or even years to achieve.

 
"20 Of The Greatest Songs Of All Time In A Format That YOU Can Play Easily."

1. 59th Street Bridge Song
"The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" is a short and whimsical song by folk music duo Simon and Garfunkel, appearing on their 1966 album Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme. "59th Street Bridge" is the colloquial name of the Queensboro Bridge in New York City. The song's message is immediately delivered in its opening verse: "Slow down, you move too fast". The song is soft, melodic, and relaxing, yet uplifting.

2.All I have to do is dream
"All I Have to Do Is Dream" is a popular song made famous by the Everly Brothers, written by the legendary husband and wife songwriting team Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, and published in 1958. The song is ranked #141 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

3.Brown eyed girl
"Brown Eyed Girl " is a song by Northern Irish singer-songwriterVan Morrison. Written and recorded in 1967 by Van Morrison and produced by Bang Records chief Bert Berns, it was first released in May 1967 on the album Blowin' Your Mind!. When released as a single, it rose to number eight on the Cashbox charts, and reached number ten on the Billboard Hot 100.

4.Catch the wind
"Catch the Wind " is a song written and recorded by Scottishsinger-songwriter Donovan. The "Catch the Wind" single was released in the United Kingdom on March 12, 1965 through Pye Records (Pye 7N 15801) and a few months later in the United States through Hickory Records (Hickory 45-1309).

5.Dreams
"Dreams" is a song written by singer Stevie Nicks, for her group Fleetwood Mac's 1977 album, Rumours. The song was the only U.S. number one hit for the group, and remains one of their best known songs. In the lyrics, a woman warns a man that he can be driven mad by loneliness in the wake of a broken love affair.

6.I don't want to talk about it

"I Don't Want to Talk About It" is the name of a song written by Danny Whitten. Whitten's band, Crazy Horse released it as a track on their 1971 eponymous album. In 1975, Rod Stewart recorded the song at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Muscle Shoals, [AL]] for his album Atlantic Crossing. This became successful when it was released as a single. In the United States, it became a top fifty hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1979.

7.Last Thing on my mind

"The Last Thing on My Mind" is a song written by Tom Paxton in the early 1960s, which Paxton first recorded in 1964. The song has since been covered by well over four dozen artists, including Judy Collins, The Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul and Mary, The Chad Mitchell Trio,
The song's melody is not too different from the traditional British Isles folk song Leaving of Liverpool. Bob Dylan used the melody and some of the chorus lyrics of Leaving of Liverpool in a song he adapted and retitled as "Farewell" in 1963. All of these songs are about saying goodbye to one's lover and missing them deeply.The song remains one of Paxton's most well-known compositions.

8.Leaving on a jet plane
"Leaving on a Jet Plane" is a song written by John Denver in 1967 during a layover at an airport in Washington and recorded by the Mitchell Trio that year. The original title of the song was "Oh Babe I Hate To Go" but Denver's then producer, Milt Okun, convinced him to change the title. Denver wrote the song after his flight was delayed. Other artists recorded the song in 1967, including Spanky & Our Gang and Peter, Paul and Mary on Album 1700.

9.Let it be

"Let It Be" is a song by The Beatles, released in March 1970 as a single, and as the title track of their album Let It Be. Although credited to Lennon/McCartney it is generally accepted to be a Paul McCartney composition. The single reached #1 in the U.S., Australia, Italy, Norway and Switzerland and #2 in the UK.It was the final single released by the Beatles while the band was still active.


10.Moonshadow
"Moonshadow" is a song from the album Teaser and the Firecat, released by Cat Stevens in 1971. It is also the title of his upcoming musical. Stevens considers this his favorite of his old songs. It's one of the songs that convinced him to release a Greatest Hits record of his work as Cat Stevens. He felt its uplifting message could help people.

11.Mull of Kintyre
"Mull of Kintyre" is a popular 1977 song by former Beatle Paul McCartney and his band Wings. The song was penned by McCartney and bandmate Denny Laine in tribute to the picturesque Kintyre peninsula in Argyll & Bute, Scotland, where McCartney had owned a home and recording studio since the late 1960s.

12.My Girl
"My Girl", released December 21, 1964, is a 1965 number-one single recorded by The Temptations for the Gordy (Motown) label. Written and produced by Miracles members Smokey Robinson,and Ronald White, the song became the Temptations' first U.S. number-one single, and is today their signature song. Robinson's inspiration for writing this song was his wife, Miracles member Claudette Rogers Robinson, and he originally intended to have his group record the song.

13.Silent Night
Silent Night (German: Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht) is a popular Christmas carol. The original lyrics of the song Stille Nacht were written in German by the Austrian priest Father Josef Mohr and the melody was composed by the Austrian headmaster Franz Xaver Gruber. In 1863, John Freeman Young translated the song into the English version sung today.

14.Sounds of Silence
"The Sounds of Silence" is the song that propelled the 1960s folk music duo Simon and Garfunkel to popularity. It was written in February 1964 by Paul Simon in the aftermath of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

15.Streets of London

"Streets of London" is a song written by Ralph McTell. It was first recorded for McTell's 1969 album Spiral Staircase but was not released in the United Kingdom as a single until 1974. It was his greatest commercial success, reaching number two in the UK singles chart,and winning him the Ivor Novello Award. The song was inspired by McTell's experiences busking and hitchhikingEurope, especially in London and Paris; although the individual stories are taken from Parisians, London is chosen for its arguably more sonorous name.

16.Times they are a changin'
. . .  is often viewed as a reflection of the generation gap and of the political divide marking American culture in the 1960s. Dylan, however, disputed this interpretation in 1964, saying "Those were the only words I could find to separate aliveness from deadness. It had nothing to do with age." A year later, Dylan would say: "I can't really say that adults don't understand young people any more than you can say big fishes don't understand little fishes. I didn't mean 'The Times They Are a-Changin'' as a statement... It's a feeling

17.Unchained Melody
"Unchained Melody and lyrics by " is a popular song with music by Alex NorthHy Zaret. It is one of the most recorded songs of the 20th century, by some counts having spawned over 500 versions in hundreds of different languages.

18.Vincent

"Vincent" is a song by Don McLean written as a tribute to Vincent van Gogh. It is also known by its opening line, "Starry Starry Night", a reference to van Gogh's painting Starry Night. The song describes different paintings by van Gogh. Don McLean wrote the lyrics in 1971 after reading a book about the life of the artist. The following year, the song became the No. 1 hit in the U.K. and No. 12 in the U.S. For several years, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam played the song daily.

19.Wonderful Tonight

"Wonderful Tonight" is a song written by Eric Clapton. It was included on Clapton's 1977 album Slowhand and released as a single the following year.In 1988, Clapton appeared in the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute concert as a guest guitarist for Dire Straits. The group became his backing musicians for a surprise performance of "Wonderful Tonight" during their set.

20.Words Of Love
"Words of Love" is a song originally written by Buddy Holly and recorded by him on April 8, 1957. Holly harmonized for himself, by tape-recording each part and combining them. The song was not a notable hit for Holly, although it is regarded as one of his important recordings, and is available in most standard Holly collections.

21.(Free) Stand by Me
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"Stand by Me" is the title of a song performed by Ben E. King and written by Ben E. King, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. The song is inspired by a traditional Gospel song of the same name, originally composed by Charles A. Tindley in 1905, and recorded by numerous artists, including a 1955 version by The Staple Singers. Leiber and Stoller gave it a more contemporary sound. Since its release, there have been many cover versions of the song, though none have achieved the fame of the original.

* Song information source WikiPedia

Mike,
The videos are clear & easy to follow, the hardest thing about these videos is....you still have to practice!
They are easy on the fingers, and give a sense of accomplishment,& most importantly it encourages me to practice!
I have been a student of yours  since 2005, and you've always put together lessons that are fun & easy to learn. I have bought other products from you and I always get more value than I've paid for. 
These videos are fun, easy to follow, you are playing theses songs in one or two days. so when family & friends ask "what can you play?" you can amaze them with these songs.
I am a 55 year old shift worker & playing the guitar is a childhood dream.

John v. Guillory. Port Arthur, Texas. USA
  
Dear Mike,
I needed to learn a few songs that I could play straight through and this collections fits the bill perfectly.

I love picking more that straight strumming and these videos have shown me that you cannot just always pick a song, sometimes there has to be strumming for it to sound really good.

These are really easy to learn and remember and even easier to play
Great Work. I love the site as well and have made other purchases.

Dave Landry Lewisville, TX USA

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