Song for the Painter in guitar acoustic version might be one of your loved music. Not only hearing the song but you can play “Song for the Painter by Lost in the Trees” using guitar too. Yeah .. this song by can also be played by that device. But, before that, you need to understand its guitar chords.

When you are looking for Song for the Painter guitar chords, you already come to the best place.

Yeah,Ya, guitar is not easy to master in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the easier guitar will feel to play Song for the Painter song.

“Song for the Painter” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “All Alone in an Empty House (2010)” album.

Song for the Painter by Lost in the Trees Guitar Chords


Song For The Painter – Lost In The Trees


Tabbed by: liggsies
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Killer simple as far as I can tell, but I probably couldn’t have figured it out
a year or so ago when I was firmly in “beginner with no ears stage,” so I thought
I’d share.

It’s in 4/4, and the chords are C, Am, F, and G.

During the verses, it’s consistently one full four-beat measure of C, then one of
Am, then two beats F, two beats G, and two beats C again before starting over into the
next verse.

The picking pattern is a great one to start with for folks who’re having a hard time
with finger independence, as it’s only the thumb and the index+middle fingers plucking
in tandem, like so:

( Ta[C]b from: http://www.guitartabs.[Am]cc/tabs/l/lost_in_the_trees/song_for_the_painter_tab.html )


F G C etc.


| h hammer-on

The song starts with just the C pattern being played for quite a while, but when the
verses come in this is the approximate context:

[C]this song is for the [Am]painter
[F]who lost [G]both of her [C]hands
[C]and this song is for the [Am]wanderer who
[F]never came [G]home agai[C]n

As usual, listen to the song itself for a better sense of timing.

And, as always, all comments, questions, and criticisms are welcome and encouraged.

If you want to study Lost in the Trees Song for the Painter guitar chords, you need to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords only require few adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is quite based on its major counterpart.

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