This page will be updated over time.
If you have any recommendations for a good guitar song, comment here and I’ll put one up here for you as soon as I can. These take a while to find, edit, and write, so be patient!
Also, please excuse my messy-ness in these tabs. I’m making them as neat as I can, its not easy.
A tab for guitar has 6 horizontal lines, each one representing a string of the instrument. The bottom line of the staff represents your lowest “E” string, the second line from the bottom represents your “A” string, etc. Easy enough to read, right?
Notice that there are numbers located smack dab in the middle of the lines (aka strings). The numbers simply represent the fret the tab is telling you to play.
Note: When the number “0” is used in a tab, this indicates that the open string should be played.
If there is nothing on the tab vertical with a chord, then don’t play those strings. For example, you would only play the D, G, B, and E strings (1st string) (Where there are fret Numbers) on the D chord tab up above. And for the 3rd string 7th fret, you would not play any other string besides the 3rd string.
The song repeats two more times.
This song is a very easy beginner song because it only involves 4 chords, close to each other, and in the exact same form.
Note: In this song, there are no chords. If it looks like a chord, once again, please excuse my messy-ness.
For this song, when you see a “/\” in between to fret numbers, that’s a full bend. For beginning Guitarists, this is where you push the sting up (or down, whichever you prefer) to make a different noise, and its the same note. It just makes some thing sound cooler. You play the note normally, then bend it on the second one.
Remember: “0” means you play the open string
If there are any mistakes in this tab, please let me know
A good Holiday Song, and very easy to play!