3 Frank Turner Songs/ Techniques You Should Know

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Frank Turner is a singer-songwriter known for his mix of punk and folk music. He offers alternative ways to play chords on the guitar, using simpler techniques that still sound great. His songs "Recovery", "Way I Tend to Be" and "Girl from The Record Shop" showcase these techniques.

In "Recovery," he avoids bar chords and uses open chords to create a unique sound. In "Girl from The Record Shop," he uses comfortable chord shapes higher up the neck for a more exciting sound. In the song "Way I Tend to Be," he combines open chords with a riff played on the higher frets.

These techniques are valuable for beginner to intermediate guitar players to upgrade their skillset and keep basic cowboy chords interesting - WITHOUT having to use barre chords!

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