Learn how to play Brainstew on Guitar

Easy Guitar Riffs (Brain Stew)

Easy Guitar Riffs

Easy guitar riffs are a great way to keep your child motivated to play the guitar, especially in the beginning. That’s because guitar riffs are by nature short, repeatable, and easy to play. Best of all, the great ones are immediately recognizable, so your child will be able to impress friends with his or her guitar prowess!

Brain Stew Guitar Lesson

Brain Stew by Green Day is a perfect song choice for your child for three reasons: First, it sounds great! Second, Brain Stew can play it on one string with one finger! (Does it get any easier than that?) Third, it can be played with power chords if your child is up for a challenge.

Brain Stew Guitar Tabs

If you’re new to the guitar, then you may not know how to read guitar tabs. No sweat! It’s dead easy. The six horizontal lines represent the strings. The numbers represent the frets. Guitar tabs are read from left to right. In this case, you play the fifth fret on the low E-string twice, followed by the third fret of the low E-string twice.

Learn how to play Brainstew on Guitar

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Brian Parham
Brian Parham

Brian Parham is the founder and creator of the Rock Dojo, an award-winning guitar program for kids. He’s also the author of three guitar method books for kids, the 2018 Teacher of the Year by Lessons.com and the 2018 Rising Star of Oregon by the Small Business Administration. He’s currently pursuing a Guitar Professional Advanced Certificate from Berklee College of Music. When he’s not rocking out on the guitar, Brian enjoys reading comic books, binge-watching Cobra Kai, and spending time with his wife.

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