This is a very easy solo and possibly the best one to begin with. The melody fits right in with the chords and there is nothing tricky with the timing.
Keep in mind as you play this that only the part of a chord that is actually played needs to be held down. For example, in measure 2 a G chord is called for but the only string actually necessary to
fret is the 1st string. I should also mention, though, that sometimes it is better to “overchord” by holding the entire chord down even though you are only playing certain strings. Most
experienced players would hold the entire G chord in the 1st measure. Don’t worry too much about it. If you continue to practice, over time you will develop a sense of when you should or
shouldn’t hold the entire chord.