Here is a great list of intermediate guitar songs to practice.
If your ready to play songs that aren't just chords then these will be great.
If you need more simple songs check out the Beginner Guitar Songs page.
These songs are mainly tabs. The beginner songs are just the chords. Give both the chords and the tabs a try.
Once you are comfortable with these songs then you will be ready to take on the Advanced Guitar Songs!
Before You Start
Before you start digging into these intermediate guitar songs let me give you some tips on how to get the most out of your practice time.
These tips help whenever you start to learn a new song or even just a part of a song. A great way to start is to listen to the song you want to learn.
Try to listen to the song, not for enjoyment, but to try to understand what is happening. What is being played? This is a great exercise for any level of musician.
Next, you will need a Metronome.
If you don't know how to use a metronome then that's fine. Click Here to check out how they work and how to use one!
Another thing I want to mention before you start is buying sheet music. Don't be worried about having to learn how to read sheet music, because most of the sheet music books nowadays have TABS in them!
So, I suggest, for accurate and easy to read music, check out some sheet music books. You can get almost any band or any album in sheet music.
I always trust Amazon when I buy sheet music. Amazon gives you the option to buy new or used so you can save quite a bit of money.
One more reason to buy the sheet music is for accuracy. If you are a true musician you will want accurate TABS. Sheet music is the best way to go. With most TAB sites you won't know the exact rhythm.
With sheet music you will know the rhythm, the timing, the key, and the chords behind it! You won't regret it.
Now, take what you have read and get started on these great intermediate guitar songs.
Hopefully this lesson was helpful. If you are ready to move on or want to learn more here are some recommended pages you may find useful.
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