Ahh!! My guitar tutorial for "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber is finally here!! ??
You guys have been requesting this song non-stop! Plus, I love it, so I HAD to teach this one! (I am aware that some of you may not like that I did the Bieber remix because it's not the "original version", but honestly, it's literally the same chords.) ?
Both versions rock IMO & it was so cool to learn a song from a different language than my own. Also, props to the Bieber remix because I think it's a great way to bring a taste of Spanish music to an English-speaking audience! ?✨
In this tutorial, you'll find:
1.) Intro solo – step-by-step breakdown (easy to follow) ➡️ 2:21
2.) Chords ➡️ 8:18
3.) Strumming patterns ➡️ 8:51
4.) Picking Pattern – simple rhythm pattern ➡️ 10:58
5.) Then, a full play-through of the song! ➡️ 14:15
I hope you all enjoy my guitar tutorial for "Despacito!" I had so much fun putting it together. ?
Major cred to Chris for creating this sweet intro for my guitar tutorials! ➡️ Check out his channel:
? Gear used in this video:
Journey Instruments OF410 Guitar:
Dunlop Guitar Pick:
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