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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Did you study solfege and dictee in your school? I am willing to help people at this forum to get papdanius friendly towards ear training.


And out from the classical tradition I don’t know even one single great performing guitar player who plays from tabs. My transition our from tabs took few years and after I learned the skill the playing was so much more fun. More about Tomi in social media.

This will change slowly because there will be more and more understanding how this skill can be taught. It was chosen as best of youtube in Total Guitar Magazine.

Professors at the university would not give many good comments about my approach. It changed his life and vision as a guitar player. Now I have the skill and I am extremely satisfied.


Dogmatic rule based classical training was not for me really because if I wanted to change something from Mozart Variations or Bach piece: I studied music a lot from books back in the day. I had already 15 years with tabs and sheet music until I did the change.

Livin’ On A Prayer Acoustic (Bon Jovi) – by Tomi Paldanius – Hung_Vu Chords – Chordify

I prager maybe books and it was a big decision to not use them anymore. Earliest music notation is around years old. I failed my final tests 3 times until I got it right.

Before I tell you what was missing I will tell more about my journey. YouTube and internet changed and shaped my whole life. Think about how great it would be if teacher gives actual music for example short phrase of Mozart to the student padlanius says that learn this for next week.

You are kind of there but you are praer. I prefer my students not to read notation or tabs when possible this does not mean that they can not read it.

Your mechanical abilities take over the musical development almost immediately. It should be other way around. I don’t regret a single second the decision. Foundation for his clean playing style is thanks to his classical guitar teachers Risto Vuorinen, Timo Korhonen and Ismo Eskelinen.

Some people are what I call “technicians” and can cope with breaking down a tune or instrumental into visual terms, and will practice until it is “as written” and some of us are dare I say more instinctive.


I taught 10 years with books and not even one of my students made it to the “professional” level.

Guitar players around the world started playing Tomi’s arrangements. His first live tour together with the album release has been planned for April in several cities in Finland.

Thanks for your insight and experiences.

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Only the rhythm and feel was the issue. But back to the learning to play part sorry that I jump alot here. I agree, but just add the following comments: Not by the rulebook but the way Ljving enjoy.

What a waste of hearing sense development. 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. I use the phrase “You know many things but you don’t know what to do with them”.

I had to ask from myself “Do I want to be good or not and what I need to do to be great? As I started trying to learn guitar before tablature was known of, I developed the only way of learning there was – by ear and by rote.