Learn acoustic guitar new strum pattern with easy chord movements

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This is part 2 of my Parisienne Walkways guitar lesson as a tribute to the late fantastic Gary Moore who passed away a few days ago. This lesson covers all the lead parts to the song including the quick bit. I ran out of time and energy to include a cover of the tune, but I will do one at some point. I just didn’t feel I was doing it justice… I’ll get a web page up on my site with some more info on getting sounds and stuff shortly. He was one of the fantastic guitar players and will be missed by the worldwde guitar community. Rest In Peace Gary Moore 1952 – 2011 ————————————– Taught by Justin Sandercoe. Full support at the justinguitar web site where you will find hundreds of lessons on a wide range of subjects, and all the scales and chords that you will ever need! There is a fantastic forum too to get help, no matter what the problem. And it is all really free, no bull. No try out lessons, no memberships, no free ebook. Just tons of fantastic lessons :) To get help with this lesson (and for further info and tabs), find the Lesson ID in the video title (like ST-667 or whatever) and then look it up on the Lesson Index page of justinguitar.com www.justinguitar.com Have fun .


  1. mcdenzpangga says:

    i wanna go home and leave this fucking work and do my guitar lesson!!!!

  2. 0458FEO says:

    hi ty u for fantastic teaching, can u please answer to me about using your thumb .its your vid about new strum try out ,simple chord passage. I got a small ,small thumb,maybe u have seen them, on left hand ,do I have to cover the E and A to mute with my stubby thumb. Is there an alternative.Can i just strum 4321 and skip 65 string. I hope u know what im saying.please answer.u r fantastic patient teacher. ty so much.

  3. IkiraBaru says:

    Fantastic!! I just learned you today and I’m fascinated. I like the way you teach. This is what I was looking for. Thank you for sharing!! Ikira

  4. dhakagod says:

    We could just strum it and sing by the side of Enrique’s Hero , cant we ?

  5. bubiche2008 says:

    Nice video ! Can someone suggest me a few songs that i can use this strum try out to play. Thanks ^^

  6. CityVilleCheatGuide says:

    I loved the video :)

  7. LearnGuitarPro says:

    I loved the video :)

  8. Bandic40 says:

    excellent lesson.. do you guys know some songs that have this rythm?

  9. XxjosephabrenicaxX says:

    ROCK ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. asynonym85 says:

    i have a question, when you add the extra note to the G major chord, is it still considered a G and just has that extra note, or is it a different G chord?

  11. aravindrao2010 says:

    ur lessons are very helpful david…
    thanks again..
    thumps up if u say s…!!!

  12. hotaru162 says:

    Your vid is very simple to know. I struggled with strumming but you teach us so clearly and make them look simple. You’re a fantastic guitar teacher ! Thanks :)

  13. xLeeRamdomx says:

    9 minutes ago Hey David, I have had a guitar for a while now, but by no means really paid attention to it until I found your videos. First of all thank you so much for being so tentative to details that are hard,and going at a nice pace. But I do have a question, I know soem chords and stuff but strumming is hard. Do you reckon if I use the first patter for Hey Jude by the beattles it force work? and do you have any simple way to play the song? I had to learn many chords for it

  14. symzworld27 says:

    U are an awesome awesome teacher!! U inspire me as I m a super beginner! Rock on yea! Cheer$

  15. ludachris55 says:


    i’m also culture on a classical guitar. the strings on a classical guitar are set wider apart than an acoustic guitar. so if your hands are small, it would doubtless be simpler to play chords on an acoustic guitar than a classical guitar. excellent luck!

  16. Cinnamontastic says:

    nice video.
    i’ve got a question. i play the guitar for a month now. is it harder to play chords with a classical guitar than it is with an acoustic? produce i’m playing with a classical one and i find it very hard to keep the pinky on the e string and because of that I’m considering to buy an acoustic guitar

  17. MissMusicalMist says:

    Thankyou soo much! Your lessons are incredible! They’re simple to follow and I’ve learned alot!

  18. louthleviathan says:

    Well slap my thighs with a sausage! I stand corrected.

  19. fishyswan says:

    Dave ‘The Edge’ Evans was born in Barking, Essex, in East London, to parents of Welsh downward gradient, Gwenda and Garvin Evans. When he was a year ancient, the family – which included younger sister Gillian (Gill) and older brother Richard (Dick) – stirred to Dublin, where he has lived ever since.

  20. louthleviathan says:

    Swanboys222 – He’s Irish. All U2 are Irish. Even sometimes they pretend they’re not. They’re as Irish as is.

  21. kudoskid123 says:

    Loved this lesson David, your awesome rock on.

  22. Woodsaras says:

    I like your attitudde x) I suscribed x) thnx for your effort realy helps x) THANKS!

  23. RobCardIV says:

    Thankyou. This is just what I needed.

  24. guitarlessontv says:

    CHeck out the New Guitar DVD from STEVE VAI

  25. swanboys222 says:

    The Edge is Welsh….

  26. yoheff988 says:

    fantastic lesson, a small too much talk, just play it slowly and let people work a bit .

  27. TheBigdummi says:

    what pedal are you using for your distortion??

  28. deanmdeanm says:

    Nailed it. Thanks so much.

  29. baltosona says:

     an icredible guitar teacher.

  30. artur23MJ says:


  31. milkutube says:

    Thank you! You’re the teacher!

  32. valdemeuse says:

    merci  c’est parfait

  33. DAVEUK1234 says:

    Justin, Superb,as always.

  34. roccckkerrr says:

    like that gold top

  35. xamtheone says:

    @grizizi lol

  36. grizizi says:

    @xamtheone haha just read: that is one hell of a cool monster dick :D

  37. jamesbagatel says:

    you force like to check out my personnal tribute to the late fantastic Gary Moore on my channel.
    I composed the piece when I heard he had passed away.

  38. nanorcs says:

    Brilliant simple to follow hope you continue to post more lessons

  39. dunpendertech says:

    Justin does it again. Brilliant !!

  40. xgm3192 says:

    have you got a tab for this?


    gary was a awesome brilliant guitarit you could not not like his music

    gary will be greatly missed!!!!!!

    thanks justin so so mutch for this brilliant guitar lesson 4 people that have said that they dont like it suck!!!!!!!!

    you can not not like this song

    long live gary moore


  42. sangolt88 says:

    Gary is smiling down at us as we try to achieve the ultra quick solo part ;-) 

  43. poralentierno says:

    thank you! Justin

  44. funtomas69 says:

    sehr sehr gut like this thx from vienna 

  45. TheJimmypage908 says:

    R.I.P Gary Moore

  46. martinaxman says:

    Brilliant lesson as usual. NICE gold top!!

  47. noble1981 says:

    hey justin,can you do a lesson on carnival of rust- poets of fall.. it is an incredible song…would be really fantastic…

  48. HNplaying says:

    Fantastic .. ! Thanx for sharing..

    R.I.P. Gary

    Greetz from Holland

  49. jorisy00 says:

    @ourskatetv Or he is sad.. or he has a new mic xD

  50. ourskatetv says:

    your voice is kinda deeper more bass

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