Real Guitar Adventure for Grownups

Silent Night Fingerstyle Guitar Solo

in Christmas, Fingerstyle Guitar | 3 comments

 

Silent Night is one of those Christmas songs that almost everybody recognizes. In this lesson you'll learn a fingerstyle guitar solo version that I've specially arranged for students using a simple fingerpicking pattern so that it's fairly easy to play… but also sounds good.

 

I've broken the song down into four smaller parts. You’ll learn step-by-step how to finger it while I give you tips on getting a good sound.

 

I then will teach you, using Silent Night as an example, my “chunking down” method that will help you learn any fingerstyle solo guitar song easily.

 

You can download a free version of the Silent Night guitar Notes and tabs below:

 

>> Silent Night Guitar Notes And Tabs

 

Tomas Michaud

Author - Tomas Michaud at Real Guitar Success
Tomas Michaud is an American born guitarist and music educator with a French Canadian heritage. He first developed the Starland Guitar System in 1982 when his 9 year old daughter asked him to teach her guitar. Since then he’s founded the Starland School of Music in the SF Bay Area, and RealguitarSuccess.com.

When he's not making guitar instruction videos or creating more music to record (currently 7 CDs including Beauty and Fire) he's riding his bike along the beach with his dog Marco Polo or traveling to interesting places with his lovely wife Pui.
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    3 Comments

  1. Nice one Thomas v pretty. Finger style is great. Can’t seem to get to tabs any suggestions

    H

    December 10, 2017

    • Hi… glad you enjoyed this. Tell me what happens when you try to access the tabs? – Tomas

      Tomas Michaud

      December 12, 2017

  2. To DownLoad the tabs click on the words >> Silent NIght Guitar and Tabs. Those words are actually inside of an invisabe button. You will then be instructed to look for an email. When you open it you will be instructed to click another button which will open a PDF file. In Windows 10 the file is opened. Use you right mouse button “save as”. Then look in you download file for the PDF file.

    Frank

    December 15, 2018

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