|Beautiful. Gordon Lightfoot|
|Wildfire. Michael Murphy|
|I'm Easy, Keith Carradine|
|The Boxer, Simon and Garfunkel|
Below are some riffs with left hand action. The numbers indicate the laft hand/fret. H stands for hammer-on. The p-i-m-a is still the right hand. This song begins with a barre G chord, although not all the strings are used. Hold the chord throughout and make the hammer on with the little finger of the left hand without taking the other fingers off the chord.
|Sunshine on my Shoulders, John Denver|
|The L in this riff indicates a lift-off. Hold down the 2nd and 3rd frets at the same time so that the 2nd fret will sound after the lift off (but play the 3rd fret). The first measure is a Gmaj7 chord and the second measure is a Cmaj7.|
|Photographs and Memories, Jim Croce|
This next riff sows a descending baseline. It is a transition from a C to a G chord. This song also uses a descending baseline from a G to an Em chord. This is the basic pattern for all the chords in the song, and changes to a strum inbetween choruses.
|Duncan, Paul Simon|
This song too uses a descending line except it is on the first string. This is a G chord throughout.
|Vincent, Don McLean|
|Everybody's Talking At Me. Nilsson|
|Landslide. Fleetwood Mac|
|Please Come To Boston. Dave Loggins|
|If You Could Read my Mind. Gordon Lightfoot|