Best Acoustic Guitar Songs to Play at Parties
Introduction There are many popular and easy acoustic guitar songs which even a beginner, who has mastered at least three major chords, the art of strumming in time and the ability to shift between each chord, can play. some very well-known and popular songs that fall into this category include: Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blowin in the wind by Bob Dylan, Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Wild Thing by the Troggs to name just a few.
Recap: Basic Techniques you need to know Three basic techniques you need to master before you can start playing your favourite songs are: one, you need to know at least three major guitar chords and you should throw in at least three minor chords. you need to know these chords well enough that each chord you play sounds smooth, clear and crisp. Two: you must be able to switch from chord to chord easily and quite naturally which suggests your fingers know what they are doing; and you need to do this in time. and three, you need the ability to strum in time with every song you play. These techniques take practice and patience and required an investment of your time.
My favourite guitar songs to play at parties Some of the best acoustic guitar songs to play at parties are in fact some of the easiest ever to play; they are also very well-known around the world and happen to be some of the best songs every produced.
Some of the best party songs come from the 1960s such as the Beatles songs: Come Together, Let it be, and Hey Jude. Towards the end of the 60s and into the early 70s the Creedence Clearwater Revival became famous for such songs as: Born on the Bayou, have you ever seen the rain and Bad Moon Rising. who can forget the Doobie Brothers and their popular songs: Listen to the Music and Long Train Running. some of the Rolling Stones songs are played with just three chords including: Brown Sugar, Honky Tonk Women, Satisfaction and Jumping Jack Flash. so there you have twelve of the best Acoustic Guitar Songs that are easy to play for any beginner who has mastered few basic skills, fit for any party.
Twelve more easy guitar songs to add to the above impressive list may surprise you, they include: No Woman No Cry and Redemption Song, both from the indomitable Bob Marley and from the legendary Bob Dylan we have All along the watch tower, Knocking on heaven's door and Blowin in the Wind. The Troggs and their classic Wild Thing made famous at Woodstock by none other than Jimi Hendrix. Then there is Wish you were Here by Pink Floyd, Hotel California The Eagles, Drive by Incubus, and I'm Yours by Jason Mraz which sounds sweet on the ukelele. The last two songs to top this list of twelve is one by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers' Californication and Wonderwall by Oasis.
There you have it; my list of the best acoustic guitar songs that any beginner can play at parties once they have mastered three basic techniques of chords, strumming and shifting.