Guitar Lesson – Kiss Me by Sixpence None The Richer – How to Play

– Kiss Me by Sixpence None The Richer is a killer tone to jam to. After you jam to my video go get your FREE eBook on guitar lessons and begin finding out more guitar ideas, chords, theory and more!

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26 thoughts on “Guitar Lesson – Kiss Me by Sixpence None The Richer – How to Play

  1. @656watever Strumming all or only some of the strings can change the sound. Or maybe you’re hearing the difference between him strumming up and him strumming down? I know that when I was first learning i was stubborn to strum up. I played everything strumming down and I’ll tell you, as soon as i started strumming up it sounded so much better! it does make the chord sound slightly different in some cases. Is that what you are referring to? If not, I’m sorry. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Great video, but I’m curious, how do I get the chord chart? I’ve visited the website and bought EBook 1. Sure would like the chart or tabs! Thanks!

  3. You can still learn the song without a capo, it’ll just sound a few semitones lower than the original. If you want to play the song bang on though, just buy a capo, theyy’re not expensive ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. I do? ๐Ÿ™‚ BTW…Please, check the website for free tips & techniques: Unstoppable Guitar System. Let me know what you think. I appreciate hearing from you.
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  6. Spot on (as usual!) but in the last part of the chorus when you go from the d to the a/c#,Bm,A part, i just drop the ring finger from the d chord to sound the C#, since you really only need that one note. Your progression is no doubt correct, but mine is easier and sounds almost exactly the same. By the way, on search, you were like 8th in the queue but I keep scrolling til I got to you, because with you (along with a couple of others: tonedr, jamesjames, justinguitar) I know I’m getting a version accurate enough to play along with the band.

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words Harold. Yes, I do that same trick that you did often times. And as you said, it works really well.

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