It’s not just a sentiment of good tidings, it’s a song lesson! Learn a very simple arrangement of this holiday favorite, which may be even better than figgy pudding!
Easy Christmas Songs for Guitar
It's true that christmas only comes once a year, and that gives you plenty of time to learn these holiday classics on guitar. Having these songs in your repertoire will give you a greater sense of structure and melody and help you learn so many other songs, as well as develop an ear for writing songs of your own.
When you've had enough of these wonderful holiday classics, don't forget to try out some of our easy guitar song lessons. You'll be surprised how much you can learn from a song.
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.
In this this lesson we’ll learn a Drop D tuning arrangement of the perennial New Year’s Eve standard, Auld Lang Syne.
Here’s a very easy chord melody arrangement of the popular Christmas carol Joy to the World in double drop D tuning. Enjoy this familiar tune in a new way.
This is a traditional French carol, arranged so we can review some of our recent lessons on bass lines and Travis style finger picking.