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Hi there! In this friendly and informative tutorial, you’ll learn how to play the popular song “All the Small Things” by blink-182 on the guitar. Whether you’re a beginner or just looking to add another song to your repertoire, this tutorial has got you covered. The video not only covers the chords and strumming patterns needed for the song, but also provides a play-along section and a time guide for different sections of the tutorial. Additionally, the tutorial promotes the creator’s official merchandise and various social media platforms, inviting viewers to connect and submit song requests. So grab your guitar and get ready to learn this catchy tune!

In this second-person viewpoint, you will be guided through the chords, strumming patterns, solo line demonstration, and various techniques used in playing “All the Small Things” by blink-182. Suitable for both acoustic and electric guitar players, the tutorial covers two ways of playing the song, using power chords on electric guitar or open regular chords on acoustic guitar. By accenting certain beats and adding palm muting, you can achieve a punky and catchy sound. With easy-to-follow instructions and a time guide, this beginner-friendly tutorial will have you strumming along in no time. Don’t forget to check out the creator’s official merchandise and social media platforms, and remember to show your support by liking and subscribing to the video.

Table of Contents

Tutorial Overview

Official Merchandise and Social Media Platforms Promotion in Guitar Tutorial

Song choice: ‘All the Small Things’ by Blink-182

If you’re a beginner looking to learn a fun and catchy song on the guitar, then “All the Small Things” by Blink-182 is the perfect choice for you. This iconic pop-punk anthem is a fan favorite and will surely impress your friends when you play it. In this tutorial, we will cover everything you need to know to play this song, including the chords, strumming patterns, and even a solo line demonstration.

Chord and Strumming Patterns

Demonstration of chords C, G, F

Before we dive into the strumming patterns, let’s first get familiar with the chords used in this song. The main chords you’ll need to know are C, G, and F. These three chords are fundamental to many songs and are great for beginners to practice. We will demonstrate how to play each chord and show you where to place your fingers on the fretboard.

Strumming pattern: dddddddd

Now that you’ve got the chords down, let’s move on to the strumming pattern. The strumming pattern for “All the Small Things” is dddddddd. This means you will strum down on each beat of the measure. The pattern is a simple and steady eighth-note strumming pattern. Practice strumming along with the beat and try to keep a consistent rhythm throughout the song.

Play-Along Section

Time guide for different sections of the tutorial

To make it easier for you to follow along, we have provided a time guide for each section of the tutorial. This way, you can jump to specific parts of the video if you need to review a particular chord or strumming pattern.

Transcription of the song with standard tuning and no capo

If you prefer to have a written reference while practicing, we have included a transcription of the song with standard tuning and no capo. This transcription will show you the chords needed for each section of the song, so you can easily follow along and play it yourself.

Tips for accenting beats and adding palm muting

To add some flair to your playing, we have some tips for accenting certain beats and adding palm muting. Accenting beats means strumming the strings with a little more force on specific beats to create a catchy and punchy sound. Palm muting involves lightly resting the side of your hand on the strings near the bridge of the guitar, which dampens the sound and creates a more punky tone. Experiment with these techniques to add your own personal touch to the song.

Solo Line Demonstration

Techniques for playing the solo line during the bridge

The bridge of the song features a solo line that adds a catchy melody to the overall sound. In this section, we will demonstrate the techniques for playing the solo line on both acoustic and electric guitar. We will show you how to use the B string and G string for open chords, or the G string and D string for power chords. This way, you can choose the technique that works best for your playing style and the type of guitar you have.

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Promotion of Official Merchandise

Introduction to the creator’s official merchandise

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Benefits of purchasing official merchandise

When you purchase our official merchandise, you not only get a cool, stylish product, but you also support the artist behind the music. Every purchase helps us continue creating content and sharing our passion for music with the world. Plus, wearing our official merch is a great way to connect with other fans and show your love for your favorite bands.

Promotion of Social Media Platforms

Invitation to connect with the creator on social media

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Interaction and Song Requests

Encouragement to viewers to request songs for future tutorials

We love hearing from our viewers and value your input. If there’s a song you’ve been wanting to learn, feel free to send us your requests. We consider song requests when planning future tutorials and want to provide content that you find helpful and enjoyable.

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Ways to submit song requests

To submit a song request, you can leave a comment on our videos or reach out to us through our social media platforms. We read every request and take them into consideration when planning future tutorials. We appreciate your input and strive to fulfill your song requests.

Gratitude and Call to Action

Closing message of gratitude to viewers for watching

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Acoustic and Electric Guitar Applications

Explanation of playing options: power chords on electric guitar, open regular chords on acoustic guitar

“All the Small Things” can be played on both acoustic and electric guitar. On acoustic guitar, we recommend using open regular chords, such as C, G, and F. These chords allow for a fuller and more melodic sound. On electric guitar, you can opt for power chords, which give the song a punky and edgier feel. Power chords are played with just two or three fingers and are typically used in rock and punk music.

Demonstration of chord progressions and strumming patterns on both guitar types

In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to play the chord progressions and strumming patterns on both acoustic and electric guitar. We want to provide options for players who have either type of guitar and give them the opportunity to choose the style and sound that suits them best. Being versatile and comfortable with both acoustic and electric guitar playing is a valuable skill for any guitarist.

Tips for adapting techniques to acoustic or electric guitar

While the chord progressions and strumming patterns may be similar for acoustic and electric guitar, there are some differences in technique and sound production. We will provide tips and guidance on how to adapt these techniques to your specific guitar type. Whether you’re playing on acoustic or electric guitar, you can achieve a great sound by following our instructions and making slight adjustments to suit your instrument.


Recap of key points covered in the tutorial

Throughout this tutorial, we covered various aspects of playing “All the Small Things” by Blink-182. We started with the chords C, G, and F and demonstrated how to play them on both acoustic and electric guitar. We also discussed the strumming pattern, accenting beats, and adding palm muting for a punky sound. Additionally, we showcased the solo line during the bridge and provided tips for playing it on both acoustic and electric guitar.

Encouragement to practice and explore further

Now that you have the basic knowledge and skills to play “All the Small Things,” it’s time to practice and explore further. The more you practice, the more proficient you’ll become, and soon you’ll be able to play the song flawlessly. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different strumming patterns, chord progressions, and techniques. The guitar is a versatile instrument, and there’s always room for creativity and personalization.

Final message of inspiration and motivation

We hope this tutorial has inspired you to continue your guitar journey and explore new songs and techniques. Remember, learning to play the guitar is a process, and progress takes time. Stay motivated, be patient with yourself, and most importantly, have fun with your playing. Music is a beautiful form of self-expression, so enjoy the journey and embrace the joy of making music.

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Artist: blink-182

Song Title: All the Small Things

Level: Beginner

Chords: C, G, F