Now you can easily play the song Summer Lovin’ from the movie Grease!
You have strings 1-6. String 1 is the bottom string, which is your highest pitched string and string 6 is your top, thick string, that is your lowest note string. The numbers on the chart are which fret you should play on. 0 means open fret, so you would just strum the string, but not play any any fret.
Below is the actual song, so you can see how close you are to playing the guitar on the real track.
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