The A Team – Ed Sheeran

Chords Used

Please note: part two of the video starts at the point where the singing comes in at the first verse, I only show part of it because that strumming pattern pretty much repeats throughout the whole song; Its just a guide.

The A Team – Ed Sheeran

Song Sheet:

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25 Responses to The A Team – Ed Sheeran

  1. Erin says:

    Hello! Thank you so much for putting this up! I play it weekly with my ‘instructor’ but I didn’t seem to be getting any better… now that I watched this I can play it perfectly (I hope. It might just sound that way to me). This is one of my favorite songs and I am so glad I actually can play it now. Thanks from California!

  2. Severino Pereira says:

    Thank you so much for your tutorials and this song in particular, wich gives me so much joy in playing it.
    Tried so many tutorials on the Internet but yours is simply the best ! Thanks to your tutorials my playing has improved significally the last weeks.

    Kind regards from Rotterdam

  3. rob says:

    cheers, I appreciate it, great song.

  4. Tony says:

    Is there any strumming patterns with the sheet?

    • alan says:

      Sorry Tony, the strumming patterns are shown in the video – they are usually too complex or varied to write down quickly 🙂

  5. richard says:

    really,thanks for the song,i looked it everywhere.THANKS!

  6. morgan says:

    nice singing i am a fan of ed sheeran

  7. Terje says:

    Lovely videos and sheets, thanks a lot!
    If you are planning more videos i just have a thought, would be nice if u can change the color or something of the arrow showing the strum for when you mute the strum!
    Thanks again and keep up the awesome work 😀

  8. Sterling says:

    Are the chords from the capo or the first fret?

    • alan says:

      All chords are relative to the capo as if you were playing without one. In reality the chord names would be different but for simplicity they are named the same as if you were not using a capo; this is standard practice 🙂

  9. Tim says:

    Nice tutorial man

  10. Toni says:

    thanks for your great tutorial, I donated 3€, I think I will do it again, whenever I learn a song from you. It`s really worth the money.

  11. craig bartlett says:

    yet another great lesson thanks for all your work putting theses lessons up.
    i appreciate it and if i was earning at the moment i would put a fortune up to fund your future projects

  12. adam says:

    Great tutorial Alan. Best I’ve seen. Im hopeless :p but you managed to help me

  13. Tom says:

    Hey mate,

    this helped me so much, it’s my favourite song and i didn’t really understood other tutorials and then I found yours and I learned it in 10 minutes or so. So much thanks!
    Greetings from Holland 🙂

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