Livin’ On A Prayer. Arranged By Tomi Paldanius Bon Jovi Words & Music by Bon Jovi Standard tuning. = Part 1 1. S-Gt. 0 0 0. 2. 0. 0. 2. 0. 0. 2. 0. (0) (0) (0). Chords for Livin’ On A Prayer Acoustic (Bon Jovi) – by Tomi Paldanius – Hung_Vu. Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Livin On A Prayer – Tomi Paldanius – free sheet music and tabs for steel string guitar. Learn this song on Jellynote with our interactive sheet music and tabs.

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Like Django Reinhardt was and all the other best guitar players out there. Your mechanical abilities take over the musical development almost immediately. Here is my video “60 songs with 4 chords”.

User Name Remember Me? There was a internet playing room called Texas Fingerstyle Guitar room where I played almost daily and learned a lot. Tomi also plays and arranges everything by ear like Tommy.

I want to say that in classical music education ear training is very important thats why they teach it!!!! It is nice to get people inspired because we are still at the early stages praeyr the change. Find all posts by JonPR. I play now Mozart etc.

From now on I will learn music by ear. It was chosen as best of youtube in Total Guitar Magazine. They didn’t become masters by paper.

Livin On A Prayer (Tomi Paldanius)

Now I have the skill and I am extremely satisfied. I do this now as my profession. In a world where at the lesson 1 of guitar studies someone puts a piece of paper in front of you, the game is basically lost there.

Find all posts by Silly Moustache. Foundation for his clean playing style is thanks to his classical guitar teachers Risto Vuorinen, Timo Korhonen and Ismo Eskelinen. Some people seem to be terrified initially of working with the ear alone. I like both kinds. Actually forgot to mention that we arranged an event where Tommy Emmanuel, Michael Fix and Joe Robinson shared the stage in Bangkok my new home town and after the show Joe was picking up the Living On A Prayer and I said “I have tabs for that”, he answered “No Tomi let me learn it by ear”.


I use the phrase “You know many things but you don’t know what to do with them”. I can play whatever I want and I don’t need to spend money buying books or instructional material.

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An example that led me to this theory: We will do sight reading now and again to keep reading skills up to a reasonable standard, but mostly recordings and “transcribe” software are my teaching licing. Some of them are becoming performing musicians. One of them was young Korean guitar player Sungha Jung who is maybe the most popular guitar player in Youtube with 4 million subscribers. Page 1 of I was pretty good player myself. You do the math. I didn’t say that reading doesn’t have it’s place, but if the ear is educated first, a musician doesn’t have to rely on their weaker sense concerning music of sight.

Should I spend my time with the instrument the way they do? Everything I play comes from understanding of the music.

Story from changing from TABS to EAR PLAYING only. – The Acoustic Guitar Forum

Paco is ear player. After I visited Nashville total of 7 times every year and did research. What they do differently. I hope my story will help you to see things differently and learn what are the benefits developing the ear playing skills.

I can read music well Haven’t read music past 6 years. What I’ve done before I can learn fast because music repeats itself often. Just a book in a praysr of a student and you kind of try to get the music out from the sheet music but “perfect connection” is not there. You kind of want to keep those help wheels there because you will not fall but the guys who know how to ride a bike without help wheels are much cooler and have ;rayer freedom and abilities.


Even the world of learning to play the guitar. I prefer lviing students not to read notation or tabs when possible this does not mean that they can not read it. I cannot change the past and at least learned what is the important thing to do and the tabs died and ear training was born.

Here is the link to the paldanlus At my professional classical studies ear training was my weakest part of development.

Bon Jovi – Livin On A Prayer – Fingerstyle Guitar (Tomi Paldanius Arr / Sungha Jung Cover)

For example you know I-IV-V chord progression but you are not able to play a lot of songs with it. This will change slowly because there will be more and more understanding how this skill can be taught. My transition our from tabs took few years and after I learned the skill the playing was so much more fun.

Earliest music notation is around years old. Here is my background as a teacher, organizer etc. Did you study solfege and dictee in livong school?

I’ve learned something which connects everyone one of them: This is my first topic here and while reading few topics I wanted to put little thoughts here.