What's the Deal?
After teaching guitar for over 10
years, I have found that the best way to learn a song is not via sheet
music. The pros in Nashville use something called the Nasvhille Number
System, and it's catching on with bands, worship bands, and recording
In teaching, I let a student bring in any song that
they wanted to learn. Now you can reap the benefits of all of those
hours spent charting songs.
Keep in mind, these songs are
100% charted by ear and are not derived from any other material. This
also means that there may be a missed chord here and there. Also keep
in mind that many of these songs were charted with the guitarist in
mind, so most will be charted relative to capo.
charts are chord progression charts only, which do not include lyrics
or melody lines. Also, the artist's name is credited whenever possible.
These charts are completely free to the public and are only intended
for private study, scholarship, or research. If your intentions are
otherwise, please do not proceed further into the list of charts.
you will learn songs you love and discover new music as well. If you
are confused with how to read these charts, you can either research the
Nashville Number System, or you can visit an instructional website that
has a teaching style built around this system called guitarmann.com