The Beatles were one of the most productive bands in history. They used many instruments, sometimes entire orchestras when composing their songs, but thankfully, many of their songs have really great guitar covers.
TheGuitarLesson.com offers several The Beatles guitar lessons, and as always, all of them include animated on-screen tabs and chord diagrams, which make following the tutorials easy as pie.
Have a look at our collection of guitar lessons covering The Beatles songs below:
Learning to play Blackbird will teach you intermediate level fingerpicking, chords, and using drones in your playing.
You'll need to learn 2 picking patterns, as well as several chords to play this song, which beginner guitarists might find challenging at first.
Don't be intimidated to learn this song though, since it sounds really-really good on acoustic guitar!
Watch our Blackbird video guitar lesson here >>
Learning to play this popular song will advance your chord changing and strumming skills.
This lesson is meant for beginner guitarists, as it will improve basic guitar skills, building the foundation for advancing quickly and easily.
Watch our Twist and Shout guitar lesson here >>
This song, written by Paul McCartney, will really improve your knowledge of bar chords, and bar chord fingering, both vital in advancing as a guitarist.
Our video tutorial on Hey Jude is suitable for beginner-intermediate level players, however, beginners may find holding the bar chords and changing in between them somewhat challenging at first.
Watch our video guitar lesson on Hey Jude here >>
This one is is a very popular lesson on our site. It's perfect for beginner-intermediate players who are looking to learn fingerpicking by playing a great Beatles song.
The original song utilized a whole orchestra, but we managed to delevop a pretty good cover of the song.
Have a look at our Let it Be guitar lesson here >>
Here Comes The Sun will teach you every note of this wonderful acoustic fingerpicking song.
This is the most difficult Beatles lesson we have on our website, suitable for intermediate players. It is originally played with a capo at fret 7, but you can learn it without a capo, and just try it with the capo later on.
Have a look at our Here Comes the Sun guitar lesson here >>
We hope our collection of Beatles video guitar lessons will be to the enjoyment of all of our students. Remember that by learning songs, you're not only making great music, but also advancing your guitar skills.