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Blackbird is one of the best songs you can play to really impress your friends and family. It’s easily recognizable, the chords are all very unique sounding (and looking) and of course because it’s finger style.

In this lesson, we not only learn Blackbird, but we dive deep into the world of finger picking. We are going to cover all the basics you’ll need to know to be a finger style guitarist! If you’ve never tried finger picking before, you’re in the right place. Or if you’ve tried finger picking but need more practice, you’re also in the right place! And even if you’re a masterful finger style guitarist, watch this video! This is a must know song for any guitarist who plays any style.

The left hand of Blackbird is very interesting. The whole song is built around very non-typical chords. By learning this song, you are going to learn a bunch of new chord shapes! Sometimes the chords may look difficult but every chord is actually just 2 notes. 2 fingers. You don’t need a ton of skill to nail this song! Just a bit of good ole fashioned practice!

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Blackbird Guitar Lesson Easy Finger Style Guitar

0:36 Lesson Start
3:20 Right hand stabilization
5:35 Nothing Else Matters
6:47 Different Tones From Different Sections of the Guitar
8:15 Blackbird
10:39 Backing Track for Right Hand
12:10 Intro
12:57 Paul McCartney’s finger techniques
17:20 The Tag
21:49 The Middle Section

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Blackbird is one of the best songs you can play to really impress your friends and family. It’s easily recognizable, the chords are all very unique sounding (and looking) and of course because it’s finger style.

In this lesson, we not only learn Blackbird, but we dive deep into the world of finger picking. We are going to cover all the basics you’ll need to know to be a finger style guitarist! If you’ve never tried finger picking before, you’re in the right place. Or if you’ve tried finger picking but need more practice, you’re also in the right place! And even if you’re a masterful finger style guitarist, watch this video! This is a must know song for any guitarist who plays any style.

The left hand of Blackbird is very interesting. The whole song is built around very non-typical chords. By learning this song, you are going to learn a bunch of new chord shapes! Sometimes the chords may look difficult but every chord is actually just 2 notes. 2 fingers. You don’t need a ton of skill to nail this song! Just a bit of good ole fashioned practice!