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Today we bring out a classic by the Buffalo Springfield, For What It's
Worth; a song we are happy to put in the Free Lesson section for all
to enjoy. This is another great example of how a few simple chords,
with minimal decorations, can be the foundation of a song for the
ages. We also take a look at combining Neil Young's harmonics with the
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hi I'm logged in can download pdfs but cant access the lesson except for the preview
written by charlesricca78586, July 09, 2017
Ok the strumming pattern for what it's worth is D D UUDUD? Can you please slow it down or call out Down Up as you are doing it. Thanks
written by jordan86, September 28, 2012
Thanks for the "harmonic/strummin" tip! Didn't take too long to get a clean sound and it really adds to the sound!
written by Dugger, July 05, 2012
I'm logged in but can't get the pdf chord chart to download
written by jackenbach, May 14, 2011
Just a reminder, you need to be logged in to see the Free Lessons.
written by TGNeil, April 15, 2011
The lesson is Part 1: For What It's Worth. Is that what you were looking at?
written by TGNeil, March 08, 2011
It says this song is available as a free lesson. But it's just a teaser, with no lesson at all. I'd be happy to pay for the full lesson if I could figure out how to do it. Buffalo Springfield is not included in the list of groups.