Learn how to play the song “Jumper” by Third Eye Blind with this easy acoustic guitar song lesson. This song was released in 1997 off their self titled album, “Third Eye Blind”. It was written by the groups lead singer, Stephen Jenkins. You can learn more about this song over at Wikipedia.
The chords you are going to need for this particular lesson are all easy beginner chords that you should be familiar with and they are: Fmaj7, C Major, G Major, A Minor and Dadd9. Click the links above for lessons on how to play each of these chords.
The strumming pattern is: DDD UDUDD U, where U = Up and D= Down.
As Marty indicates in the video below, the strumming pattern is not written in stone. Feel free to change it up if you wish.