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Guitar Sheet Music with TAB | Beginner and Easy

Looking for beginner, easy or intermediate sheet music for guitar solo? Here’s a great list to start with. Many of the pieces on this list link to PDF’s of guitar sheet music with tabs. You’ll have a chance to read TAB notation or dive into reading traditional notion if you like. Some of the sites also include an mp3 so you can listen to the arrangement before you print it. The mp3 will also be helpful as you learn the piece.

Print and Download Guitar Sheet Music

Beginner Guitar Sheet Music (Free and Paid)

Bingo for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Do Your Ears Hang Low? for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Frère Jacques (French) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Happy Birthday for Guitar Solo
Hickory Dickory Dock for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Humpty Dumpty for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Hot Cross Buns for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Jingle Bells for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho for Guitar Solo
London Bridge is Falling Down for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Mary Had a Little Lamb for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Ode to Joy by (Beethoven) for Guitar Solo
Old MacDonald Had A Farm for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Row, Row Your Boat for Guitar Solo
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Yankee Doodle for Guitar Solo (Tab)
The Wheels on the Bus for Guitar Solo

Easy Guitar Sheet Music (Free and Paid)

Amazing Grace for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Au Clair De La Lune for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Auld Lang Syne for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Banana Man for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Beethoven’s Fifth (Beethoven) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Canon in D (Pachelbel) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Clair de Lune (Debussy) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Do Your Ears Hang Low? for Guitar Solo
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Mozart) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
The Entertainer (Scott Joplin) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Für Elise (Beethoven) for Guitar Solo
Greensleeves for Guitar Solo
Jingle Bells Boogie (Pierpont/Fling) for Guitar Solo
Joy to the World (Handel) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
La Bamba (Richie Valens) for Guitar Solo
Love Me Tender for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
On Top of Old Smoky for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Oh Susannah for Guitar Solo  (Tab)
Prelude In D Major (Carcassi) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Rockin’ Robin (Leon René) for Guitar Solo
Scarborough Fair for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Skip To My Lou for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Spring (Four Seasons) (Vivaldi) for Guitar Solo
Streets Of Laredo for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Sugar Plum Fairy (Tchaikovsky) for Guitar Solo
Trumpet Voluntary for Guitar Solo (Tab)
Water Music (Handel) for Guitar Solo (Tab)
We Wish You a Merry Christmas for Guitar Solo (Tab)

Intermediate Guitar Sheet Music (Free and Paid)

Angels We Have Heard on High for Jazz Guitar Solo
Canon in D (Pachelbel) for Guitar Solo
Carol of the Bells (Leontovych) for Guitar Solo
Country Dance (Carulli)
The Entertainer (Scott Joplin) for Guitar Solo
Minuet in G (Bach) for Guitar Solo
Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven) for Guitar Solo

Tips on Learning to Read Music

1)  Learn the Note Names
If you have a good ear you might be able to figure out how to play songs, but if you’re interested in really growing as a guitar player it’s going to take some time sitting down with flash cards or labeling the notes of your music to be a good reader. Basically, find ways to drill your note names until they are very familiar to you.

2) Avoid Looking at the Fretboard
You may be used to looking at the fretboard as you play music. If you are it’s time to break that habit and form another one that will help you be a great sight reader. Work very hard to keep your eyes on the sheet music. You probably already know what you need to do with your left hand. It’s just a matter of moving your eyes to the sheet music and stay committed to developing this good habit. In a few weeks it will be second nature and you’ll be on your way to being a far better guitarist.

3) Practice Sightreading
Buy an easy book of guitar music or find easy pieces online like the ones above that provide a chance to sight read new music. Read one of these new pieces every day. Read it top to bottom two or three times and then move on to the next piece tomorrow. The more music you can put in front of yourself the better sight reader you will be. It will also be far less difficult to learn new pieces at your level.

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