The Beatles

Easy Guitar Solos

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Many people would say that there aren’t many super easy guitar solos out there. After all, the solo is a time for the guitarist to show off a little. For a beginning guitarist they all seem hard. We’ll we poked an prodded to find easy guitar solos that would be a good starting point for aspiring soloists. Again, they aren’t easy in the sense that, say, an open C chord is.  You’ll want to be prepared to bend a string now and then and you’ll want to be comfortable with playing quick hammer-ons and pull-offs.

The journey to play guitar solos begins with a first step, so dive on in and give these easy guitar solos a try. You might not be able to play them up to speed right away, but if you keep practicing you’ll eventually get there!Read More »Easy Guitar Solos

“Come Together” by The Beatles

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Riff Rundown Difficulty: Easy Main Riff Guitar Bass Verse/Chorus Guitar Bass Guitar Solo Guitar 1 Guitar 2 Bass PTB File PDF File

“Yesterday” by The Beatles

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Difficulty: Easy – Intermediate

Although credited to “Lennon–McCartney”, the song was written solely by Paul McCartney. It remains popular today with more than 2,000 cover versions, and is one of the most covered songs in the history of recorded music. On this page you can download the full guitar tab for the song, print out a strumming version using only chords/lyrics, or watch a video that shows you how to play it.

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“Norwegian Wood” by The Beatles

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Difficulty: Easy

You’ll find two guitar parts below. The 2nd guitar is a guitar arraignment the sitar part. You’ll need to place a capo on the 2nd fret to play in key. All notes are relative to the capo. It’s also in 6/8 time which is similar to 3/4 time. 6/8 time tells us that each measure gets 6 eighth notes. In 3/4 time each measure gets 3 quarters notes. 6 eighth notes is equivilent to 3 quarter notes, so they’re both pretty much the same. Both 6/8 and 3/4 time give a song a bit of a swing.Read More »“Norwegian Wood” by The Beatles

“Taxman” by The Beatles

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Difficulty: Easy – Intermediate

Composer: George Harrison

Where To Find This Song: “Revolver” track 1

Original US release date: August 8, 1966

This song ends up being the only shot that George Harrison had at being in
the first track position of any of The Beatles albums. The opening of the album
and this song shows a bit of a change in pace as opposed to most of the other
Beatles albums. It still manages to send the fast-paced drive and up-tempo
that captures the true essence of their artistry.

The formation of this song is relatively flat, and there are many focuses
back to the verse/chorus concept to allow the listener and/or musician to immediately
find themselves uttering the same verse over and over again until you almost
have to listen to another catchy tune just to get this one out of your head.
Even the bridge in this song seems to be not too much more different than the
rest of the song, still driving toward the “can’t get you out of my head” concept.

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