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Watch the Day 6 online guitar lesson by Ravi from Learn Guitar in 21 Days

Remember, just because you know three chords doesn't mean you have to push yourself to play songs using three chords. Let's stick with those two-chord songs for today, and you can pick either A and E, or D and A. Either will work for most of those two-chord songs on our list.

If you choose a song and use A and E, but it doesn't sound quite right or it's hard for you to sing in that key, try using D instead of A, and A instead of E. Remember to take a good listen to your first chord before singing the melody, as that will serve as your reference note for singing the melody.

Also, we have a few rhythms down now, so let's try to ease those into our playing. Perhaps a little folk/country, or maybe a reggae groove. There's no rush and don't feel frustrated if you don't get it at first, you will, I promise!