I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash (Beginner Song Guitar Lesson BS-105) How To Play

I Walk The Line - Johnny Cash (Beginner Song Guitar Lesson BS-105) How To Play

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Guitar Lesson Tutorial: I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash
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In this very easy beginner song guitar lesson (Stage 1) we’re going to learn a simplified version of Johnny Cash’s I Walk The Line. How much fun can you have with just A, D and E? 🙂

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27 Comments to I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash (Beginner Song Guitar Lesson BS-105) How To Play

  1. Luca Sergi says:

    wow you sang pretty good

  2. Mesut Bora Aksoy says:

    Hello, in the last rhythm style (bass + high strings) does he actually mute the low E and A strings ? his left thumb seems to go over the board and mute E, when playing D his fingertips seem to mute E and A etc. Or does he really precision pick and its just the way his hand moves ?

  3. Guru Dutt says:

    Hi Justin, can you please make a lesson (with simple chords) for 'I Am A Rock' and/or 'Homeward Bound' by Simon & Garfunkel ….looking forward to learning from you Sir….!

  4. Bob Moran says:

    Simple version starts 1:28

    E E E E
    A A A A
    E E E E
    A A A A
    D D D D
    A A A A
    E E E E
    A A A A
    (Repeat from top)

  5. Swiggity Swoogity says:

    Is anyone else having trouble getting the song to actually sound like the song? It just sounds like a bunch of different noises

  6. Alanna Rose Terova says:

    Love your personality, twinklin boyish good looks and teaching style! Bravo, and thanks! <3

  7. Dan says:

    Justin my friend you are one amazing Guitar teacher. I've started learning at a local music shop 25 years old. I started with lessons for a few years can't afford them. I came to your channel and I'm learning how to use chords. I wish I had money to donate maybe. Some day when I get a full time job I will give you some money. I'm 32 years old now trying to learn the guitar still. I hope I an progress using your methods. I hope I'm not the only adult learning to use the guitar. From Daniel Mauro. Thank you so much for your time effort teaching Me and other people the guitar. 🙂

  8. The Hayster says:

    Did nice sing along

  9. Michael Koebnick says:

    Is there any chance you could do a tutorial on the song Mississippi Sand? Here's a link to the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw3rVns6mFQ

  10. Frazer Brunton says:

    That second Strumming pattern is impossible to slow down without losing all sense of what it's supposed to sound like.

  11. Creepypasta master says:

    Thank you so much for your time Justin

  12. Deicun says:

    Strumming patterns are hard to make consistent. I got Justin's CD's and have ripped them to my Ipod, I use Headset in conjunction with metronome when practising. It is very easy to think you are keeping in sync, however using the metronome teaches you to listen and pay attention to rhythm especially strumming action. Practice is very important. Thanks to Justin, these song vid's make sure you are playing your chords correctly.

  13. Carolina Barbier says:


  14. Steven dugandzic says:

    I wasn't into the singing,I have to say,you're bloody terrific,cheers and happy Christmas.

  15. Michael Lindsey says:

    LOL,I thought this was one of your best singing songs and I can't tell you how stoked I am to be playing the simpler beginner pattern

  16. neil groves says:

    He makes it look so damn easy lol

  17. Andy Garcia says:

    very great teacher. I spend a nice time trying to learn what you teach.

  18. rhetarae says:

    love your singing and lessons. Cash fan in San Diego. Trying to learn guitar.

  19. Larry W says:

    you don't sound like a johnny cash lol

  20. Dakeron says:

    I keep the D out and put it in your A

  21. Emily Morton says:

    Super helpful! Thanks for the great video!

  22. Sammy L says:

    You look like Norm McDonald.

  23. Edward Ellis says:

    please can you tell me where to put my fingers on the guitar for the chords because i have no idea, thanks.

  24. OG Lil lAyZiE says:

    if ur going to play johnny cash song u have to play it with no chords u need the full experience

  25. Bharat Nair says:

    Digging that baritone Justin!

  26. Korpulian Santos says:

    because you're E, I keep the A. (nice one!)

  27. Vazha Gejadze says:


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