How To Play “Anyone Else But You” by The Moldy Peaches

If you’re looking to get started playing guitar, this song is an excellent choice. It switches back-and-forth between the same 2 chords for the entire song. I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to repeat the same bits OVER AND OVER until you have them perfect, so how often do you get a chance to do that while playing through an entire song?

The chords used are G and C major 7. That last one seems kinda crazy, but it needs just 2 fingers. The strumming is slightly more challenging, but even then it’s not so bad (we break it up into 2 parts so you can practice it bit-by-bit).

If you want some suggestions for what to practice afterwards, check out this list of easy 2 and 3 chord songs: https://goodguitarist.com/beginner-guitar-songs-chords

You can also check out our ebook (free to subscribers) which goes over all the most basic foundational stuff (chords, strumming, progressions, using a capo, reading chord diagrams and more) if you want to make sure you’re starting off on the right foot – https://goodguitarist.com/ebook-extras

Anyone Else But You Chords:

Anyone-Else-G                 Anyone-Else-C-maj-7

Anyone Else But You Strumming Pattern:

anyone else but you strumming pattern

2017-05-18T12:45:45-08:00 August 25th, 2016|Categories: Resource, Strum Along|Tags: , , |