This GuitarMadeEZ.com guitar lessons for beginners brand new post is dedicated to the Jane’s Addiction song Jane Says. I really like this song because it makes me feel like Im in a tropical place and not at work. It’s got to be the steel drums or the light strings on the acoustic guitar in the song. The interesting thing about this song is that it is basically the same thing over and over again. It basically just had a verse and a chorus and that’s it (which is good for you and me… less to remember . Anyways, this is probably my favorite Jane’s Addiction song. The one song that I ABSOLUTELY CANNOT STAND is “Been Caught Stealing”. That song has been way overplayed and is just so annoying to me with the dogs barking, etc. I hope you like these guitar lessons for beginners below and let me know what you think.
What is Jane’s Addiction Jane Says about?
Jane Says Chords
This song is based around your textbook G, D and A. Really not all that complicated. It has a few fills within and a couple variations of chords but for the most part, not that bad. Make sure you know your basic chords before trying to play Jane Says and keep working on your transitions between chords. This song is a great exercise to practice your transitions.
Jane Says – Jane’s Addiction Guitar Lessons For Beginners
Jane’s Addiction – Jane Says – Guitar Cover
Jane’s Addiction – Jane Says – Guitar Lesson
How do I get my guitar to sound like the one used in the song?
They used an acoustic 6 string to play the main part but I think there also might be a 12 string in there too. I would use any acoustic guitar with very light or light guitar strings. Mine are a bit thick when played over the song making it sound a little off.
Overall, Jane Says is a great song, It totally takes me back to the 90’s. I love also how simple this song is. This song is the same thing over and over again so it should only take a little while to learn how to play. This was one of the easiest guitar lessons for beginners that I’ve done so far. I really hope you can learn this song fast so you can go out there and impress your friends. This song is played a little bit fast, just remember to slow it down and learn it slow. Then gradually speed it up and you’ll see yourself playing it a regular speed in no time. I hope you enjoyed these Guitar Lessons For Beginners!