Learn a traditional Japanese piece that’s perfect for the intermediate fingerstyle player.
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A fingerstyle take on a classic Christmas melody that is a delight to play.
“Santa Fe” is a Spanish-influenced piece that contains 3 melodies. It is a great example for developing finger-picking and rhythm.
An enchanting melody that’s perfect for the intermediate fingerstyle player.
My favorite part of this song is the piano melody that plays in the beginning. I brought it to this arrangement by using right hand tapping.
What do you get when you add an iconic riff + a simple beat? The best “garage rock” song ever!
“Shake It Off” is a simple three chord tune. Our arrangement makes use of some cool techniques to really bring out the melody notes. These techniques include: Hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides.
“She Talks To Angels” features an iconic guitar riff with catchy rhythmic strumming.
This arrangement of “She’s Always a Woman” was written for the fingerstyle player in mind.
This is a great fingerpicking song for the beginner player.
This arrangement makes use of a loop pedal to recreate the instruments used on the record. Backing tracks are included for playing the melody and solo if you do not have a loop pedal.
A somber melody that serves as a perfect challenge for the intermediate fingerstyle player.
Learn an Irish Jig that’s equally melodic and rhythmic!
A melancholy melody with a lyrical hint of hope. We’ve arranged this song as a two-parter, where the first half is meant for vocal accompaniment, while the second half is a chord melody.
Learn one of the most iconic riffs in classic rock, as well as, a fun fingerstyle take on the rest of the song!