An easy-to-play strum-along for Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer… It’s 4/4 time in the key of C. Strum it any way you like!
Here’s an easy arrangement of White Christmas in the key of G (4/4 time). The only challenging chord might be the Cm, which requires you to bar the first 3 strings at the 3rd fret. Shouldn’t be a big problem for most folks, but give it some extra practice if you need to.
Here’s an easy strum-along version of the Christmas classic, “Silver Bells” in the key of G. Any 3/4 time (waltz) strumming or picking pattern can be used but I just used a simple strum. If you need additional help with 3/4 time refer to the following tutorial…
You can also use a 3/4 fingerstyle pattern. Use #12, #13, or #14 on this page:
The beautiful country gospel tune by Ricky Skaggs. I’m playing it in the key of F on this recording. No particular strumming pattern but it’s in 4/4 time. I vary the strumming according to what feels right at the time, but you should play whatever feels right to you. It’s slow and there are only 6 chords so it’s pretty easy to play.