Silent Night is a classic three-chord song. Here is a simple yet elegant, single guitar arrangement of this beautiful Christmas song.
Easy Christmas Songs on Guitar
Having some Christmas songs in your guitar repertoire will give you a greater sense of structure and melody. They will also help you learn to play other songs and develop an ear for writing your own songs.
This simple single-guitar arrangement of “Jingle Bells” features basic open chord shapes and a fun walking bass line.
Explore open D tuning with this easy arrangement of the traditional English Christmas carol “I Saw Three Ships.”
Learn a very simple arrangement of this holiday favorite, which may be even better than figgy pudding! It’s not just a sentiment of good tidings, it’s a song lesson!
Have fun playing this simple, yet challenging arranging of one of everyone’s favorite carols. If you can handle playing C, F and G and some basic fingerpicking, you’ll be performing “Deck the Hall” in no time!
Here is a wonderfully simple, yet elegant arrangement of the beloved carol, “Good King Wenceslas,” done in open D tuning.
For this lesson on “O Little Town of Bethlehem,” we show how using two notes of a chord can create a beautiful chord melody arrangement.
Here is another interesting and beautiful sounding chord melody arrangement. This time we are working with the old Christmas carol Away in a Manger.
This is our fingerstyle / chord melody take on I’ll Be Home for Christmas, a song from the 1940’s that’s been sung by almost everyone.