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Eleanor Rigby (The Beatles) – Fingerstyle Guitar Lesson and TAB

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This is the full fingerstyle guitar lesson for Eleanor Rigby.

Although credited to Lennon/McCartney, Eleanor Rigby was actually written by Paul and the song appears on The Beatles’ 1966 iconic album Revolver.

This arrangement is aimed towards the accomplished beginner/intermediate fingerpicker. It’s a lot of fun to play and feels great under the fingers.

Alright, let’s pick up our guitars and learn how to play Eleanor Rigby!

Learn To Play Eleanor Rigby


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Eleanor Rigby Performance

As you learn to play this fingerstyle arrangement of Eleanor Rigby, be sure to frequently return to the performance as a good reference point and guide.

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Eleanor Rigby Guitar Lesson

There’s just three sections to Eleanor Rigby. There’s the intro that is also the bridge, then there’s the verse and the chorus. Once you’ve learnt all three parts be sure to give the song a listen so you can jigsaw it all together.

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