Elton John Songs

Elton John
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Candle In The Wind Elton John

Mike will show you the 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that lays a steady strumming foundation for the tune. Guitar 2 is a light crunch electric guitar that adds some nice fills and simple chord strums to help build the arrangement.

Published: 01/02/2019 Upgrade
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Rocket Man (Made Easy) Elton John

Mike will show you how any acoustic guitar is suitable to play along with this tutorial. To play this song using easier open chord shapes, you'll need a capo placed at the 3rd fret. If you're up for a challenge, we've included a bonus lesson that teaches the song without a capo using barre chords.

Published: 02/25/2019 Upgrade
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Tiny Dancer Elton John

Mike will show you the 2 guitars in this song. Guitar 1 is an acoustic guitar that strums the chord progressions throughout. Guitar 2 is a clean electric guitar that adds some fills throughout the arrangement.

Published: 12/27/2019 Upgrade
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Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting) Elton John

Mike will show you the single electric guitar in this song that digs into plenty of high energy rhythm guitar and riffing throughout. In this song Mike will break down triads, barre chords, and some rock riffing approaches.

Published: 09/09/2019 Upgrade
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Your Song Elton John

Mike will show you the guitar part for this ballad. Any acoustic or electric guitar can be used to play this tune. You'll need a capo placed at the 1st fret to play through this tutorial. This song uses a capo, open and barre chords, chord arpeggiation, strumming approaches, and dynamics.

Published: 02/20/2020 Upgrade