how to play “Baby I Love Your Way” on guitar by Peter Frampton – acoustic guitar lesson tutorial:
An acoustic guitar lesson on how to play “Baby I Love Your Way” by Peter Frampton from the album “Frampton Comes Alive” released in 1976 and one of the bestselling live albums of all time.
This song has always been a favorite of mine, it has a kind of magic about it…some of that I think comes from the way it’s played using those 2 note chords very similar to the ones used in Blackbird by the Beatles, and the ringing open G note that goes through a lot of the verse. It requires quite a bit of muting to play properly so it’s a good one to learn to practice that. Once you get that, it’s not too hard to play and just sounds really nice.
I hope you enjoy the lesson and have fun playing this classic tune.
The guitar I’m playing here is a Taylor 214ce koa deluxe. I really like this guitar, it intonates amazingly well and it’s tone is very balanced. It’s also very easy to play.
The strings are Elixir phosphor bronze 12-53 with nanoweb coating. These strings are a little bit more expensive, but for me they easily last 4-5 times longer than non-coated strings.
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