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How to play I’m Yours by Jason Mraz – guitar lesson

LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR WITH ONLINE GUITAR LESSONS! GET FREE GUITAR LESSONS TODAY! – Click here! How to play I'm Yours by Jason Mraz- Guitar Lesson Teacher – Hal Stead Lead Sheet – 1:28 – Simple Intro 2:34 – Harder Intro 5:07 – Verse 1 5:38 – Chorus 6:22 – Detail of Strum – Right … Continue reading “How to play I’m Yours by Jason Mraz – guitar lesson”

How to play I'm Yours by Jason Mraz- Guitar Lesson
Teacher – Hal Stead
Lead Sheet –

1:28 – Simple Intro
2:34 – Harder Intro
5:07 – Verse 1
5:38 – Chorus
6:22 – Detail of Strum – Right Hand
7:06 – End of 2nd Verse with new chord before Chorus
8:00 – Bridge
9:08 – 3rd Verse with Chorus
9:48 – Played with the Capo on the 2nd fret
10:18 – Barre Chords gives a better sound for advanced players

Basic strum help on the G chord –
Strum help for the C chord in the Intro –

I do a little palm muting on this song. Here is a link to a palm muting video to help you with this technique.

The guitar is tuned to Eb tuning, and the song is played in the key of G. (The actual key is F# Major)

Eb tuning help:

Note: When the tabs come on the screen the lines are labeled wrong. The string names are backward to what they are supposed to be. Sorry about that. Just read the tab normally and ignore the string names at the left of the tabs.

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How to play I'm Yours by Jason Mraz - guitar lesson

How to play I'm Yours by Jason Mraz- Guitar Lesson
Teacher - Hal Stead
Lead Sheet - https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/guitar-leadsheets/im_yours_G.pdf

1:28 - Simple Intro
2:34 - Harder Intro
5:07 - Verse 1
5:38 - Chorus
6:22 - Detail of Strum - Right Hand
7:06 - End of 2nd Verse with new chord before Chorus
8:00 - Bridge
9:08 - 3rd Verse with Chorus
9:48 - Played with the Capo on the 2nd fret
10:18 - Barre Chords gives a better sound for advanced players

Basic strum help on the G chord - https://www.instagram.com/p/BBiE76XgPvx/?taken-by=halstead_qst
Strum help for the C chord in the Intro - https://www.instagram.com/p/BBJJ_aLAPk-/?taken-by=halstead_qst

I do a little palm muting on this song. Here is a link to a palm muting video to help you with this technique.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9FSPLEzgIY

The guitar is tuned to Eb tuning, and the song is played in the key of G. (The actual key is F# Major)

Eb tuning help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_cMOFjM328

Note: When the tabs come on the screen the lines are labeled wrong. The string names are backward to what they are supposed to be. Sorry about that. Just read the tab normally and ignore the string names at the left of the tabs.

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Take care,
Hal Stead

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43 thoughts on “How to play I’m Yours by Jason Mraz – guitar lesson”

  1. Here is a comment from Friend that I can’t approve in my “likely spam” folder. “For the into…is the strum pattern the same? like when you slide ring and pinky from 3 to 5 fret. you strum down the g chord. After that i’m lost lol. Is it the same pattern as D-D-DUDU?” The answer is – you can play it that way or modify it if you need to. Thanks for posting. 🙂

  2. Well of course it is OK if you don’t mute the strings while strumming! Play it any way you want.

  3. Did I reply to this comment? Blueridge BR-73, 6 or 7 years old. I can’t remember. Maybe 10 years old.

  4. Tabs right side up… letters on left side up side down. 🙂 Still has over 1,000,000 views. Little things got overlooked. thanks for the comment.. 🙂

  5. Quail Studios Guitar sorry Sir I also got overlooked in my comment, I love how you did it, maybe i was just excited to learn. Fact is until now I am still practicing it. Thanks

  6. I’d love to if you would be a little more specific. Put in the video time in your comment so that I can see exactly what chords you want to know about. example – 9:48

  7. Hey! It’s a good great tutorial, it helps a lot. but im confused about the palm muting part. for the strum part ,D D DUDU …Do we need to mute all the down part in the verse.cause i don’t know how to make the sound like you made in the video. Thx a lot for the video.

  8. You are welcome. I’m not exactly sure what you mean about being confused about the palm muting. Could you put a video time in a comment and I’ll look at it? When I made this video I wasn’t intending to go into detail about strum muting for this song. The strum muting is very subtle in this kind of playing. Perhaps I’ll make a new video talking about this technique.

  9. for now . i know how to palm muting. but the rhythm of muting is the part of thing that im confused. When we play the strum, it’sD D DUDU. what we need to mute in the strum? do we need to mute all D for the strum.

  10. At 10:18 or so, I mute all the D strums when I play the verse. You can hear it. This gives the sound a very “intimate” and “soft” feel. Do you like it? You have to be able to play the strum effortlessly before you can mute it. Don’t give up!

  11. 3:59 I think is on the B string and not the A string. I’m a bit confused..

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