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Music Blog10 Easy Guitar Songs you can Play with only 3 Chords (G C D)

10 Easy Songs you can Play with only 3 Chords (G C D)

You may have heard that you only need to learn 3 chords to play the guitar. This is actually true! Well, sort of…

If you want to become a great guitar player, you will need a lot more than 3 chords. Musicians study for many years to gain complete control of their guitar. The objective is to be able to play any/every chord. If you can only play 3 chords you are drastically limiting the songs and styles you can play. This can be a lifelong journey of music exploration.

But what if you’re just starting out and haven’t even had a single guitar lesson? Playing 3 chords is a great start and, you can use those chords to play hundreds of songs. Here’s a short list of popular songs you can learn as a beginner guitar student that will inspire you to learn more. Your friends and family will be impressed, and you will likely want to keep learning.

This list was put together by YouTuber Lee John Blackmore with his video “10 Easy Songs 3 Easy Chords G C D”.  He also has some cool merch in his his Youtube store.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zi6CRi0SXLM

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