How to play Jeff Buckley Hallelujah guitar song lesson with chords rhythm patterns on a Telecaster

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30 thoughts on “How to play Jeff Buckley Hallelujah guitar song lesson with chords rhythm patterns on a Telecaster

    1. +Maricon Langub Hello and thanks for your kind words and for tuning into our lessons – most appreciated. So glad u liked this lesson and I hope that we can help you along in your guitar journey. And if you don’t mind please be sure to spread the good word about the channel and please stay tuned! Keep checking back as we are loading up new lessons all the time. And please SUBSCRIBE to our channel, that really helps us to keep bringing the content. Thanks again for watching….. and keep on rocking! -David T, EGI

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  1. Hello and thanks for your kind words and for tuning into our lessons – most appreciated. So glad u liked this lesson and I hope that we can help you along in your guitar journey. And if you don’t mind please be sure to spread the good word about the channel and please stay tuned! Keep checking back as we are loading up new lessons all the time. And please SUBSCRIBE to our channel, that really helps us to keep bringing the content. Thanks again for watching….. and keep on rocking! -David T, EGI

    1. +luc ninin Awesome! So glad that u liked this lesson and that we can help you along in your guitar journey. Keep up all that hard work on that guitar! Check out some of our other lessons as we have lots of killer content for all level players. And if you get a sec please SUBSCRIBE – most appreciated. Keep checking back as we are loading up new lessons all the time. Thanks again for watching….. and keep on rocking! -David T, EGI

    1. +Raiymbek Imangaliyev especially at what he strums and when he changes things are a bit confusing, cause with this kind of song it just doesn’t sound right if it’s not the same 🙁

  2. I kept blowing by you because I thought u were Marty by the thumb nail pic on my phone Glad I figured it out. Great lesson subscribed.

  3. The chord change in the second verse, I noticed (in official video) Buckley goes from C to D etc…
    not Em to D#dm7 to G/B … I tried this and can’t see how you could
    possibly sing along to it.

  4. I never leave comments on YouTube but this was a great instruction video. Especially for a player like myself. Thanks alot , very useful.

  5. thanks a lot for this lesson, I found it very enjoyable and useful. explanations are clear and writing out chords as you play them is very useful too. I was wondering, however, could you please spend a bit of time explaining the strumming pattern and strumming to achieve embellishment? as someone who’s only starting to learn this kind of lyrical ballads, I find it challenging to come up with the right strumming pattern (I understand, though, that there is a great deal of freedom in it). So thank you very much in advance and please keep up great work!

  6. I have a hard time getting Buckley’s picking/strumming right… it’s an easy song but I just can’t get that same sound….

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