This is the full easy fingerstyle guitar lesson for Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles.
Here Comes The Sun was written by George Harrison in 1969 and the song appears on the iconic album Abbey Road. In this lesson we're going to be learning a simple fingerstyle arrangement of this great song.
Alright, let's pick up our guitars and learn how to play Here Comes The Sun!
- Capo - 4th fret (optional)
- Tuning - standard
- Difficulty - beginner
Here Comes The Sun (Performance)
As you learn to play this fingerstyle arrangement of Here Comes The Sun, be sure to frequently return to the performance as a good reference point and guide.
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The Verse & Chorus Lesson
In this lesson we learn how to play the verse and the chorus of the song, you'll be pleased to learn that these two sections are the same as the introduction. I recommend learning the chords off by heart first and then approaching the fingerpicking. It's always good to know exactly what chord you're fingerpicking over.
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How to Play the Bridge & Outro
There's just two other sections to Here Comes The Sun - the bridge and the outro. The bridge is pretty tricky but great fun to play once mastered and if you mange to get that down the outro should be a breeze for you.
Want to learn more songs by The Beatles?
Want to learn more fingerstyle arrangements of famous songs?: Can't Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley), Take Me Home, Country Roads (John Denver), Don't Look Back In Anger (Oasis), Ticket to Ride (The Beatles), Have You Ever Seen The Rain (Creedence Clearwater Revival).
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