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Lego House
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Lego House
In this lesson, Julie Melucci teaches you “Lego House” by Ed Sheeran (his Spotify Session version), released in 2011. In this lesson, Melucci focuses on the main acoustic guitar in the song. The original version of this song was released on Sheeran's 2011 debut album, Plus.
Ed Sheeran is a 22-year-old singer-songwriter from Framlingham, England. He rose to fame with Plus, which was certified quintuple platinum in the UK. He became better-known in the US after co-writing and performing on Taylor Swift’s single, “Everything Has Changed.”

Julie plays a Gibson Acoustic Hummingbird in the lesson.

Julie Malucci
    Julie Melucci has been playing electric guitar for 10 years, as well as other instruments including bass, keys, and drums. She won Guitar Center's King of the Blues for the state of Rhode Island at age 16, and attended Berklee College of Music shortly after. Currently residing in Nashville, Julie is playing guitar & bass for worship bands, and is recording her first EP of original indie pop/R&B music.

Gibson's Learn and Master Guitar Course     This Skills House Song Lesson was brought to you by the makers of Gibson's Learn & Master Guitar with Steve Krenz. Gibson's Learn & Master Guitar, the world's most in-depth home study course for guitar. Developed in partnership with Legacy Learning Systems, this 20-DVD course takes beginning players from the ultra-basics of guitar all the way through advanced skills training. It is truly years' worth of training in a single box, all presented in a simple step-by-step progression that anyone can follow on their path toward mastering the guitar. For more information, go here!

written by Ed Sheeran

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