Hi there! I'm Gianca from Italy, I'm a guitar teacher and a software engineer. I originally created this site to be a tool for my students, and now it's available, for free, to anyone looking to get better at guitar. Here you'll find interactive learning software, guitar browser games, video lessons, pdf ebooks and tutorials. Enjoy your stay here!
- Learn how to memorize the fretboard notes and geometry
- Play scales, chords, arpeggios freely up and down the neck
- Improve your inner ear: recognize instinctively chords and intervals
- Learn how to practice guitar in the most fun and effective way
What users say:
" Hi Gianca!! Great site brother!! It must feel great knowing that your spirit of sharing and making learning guitar fun for so many students who would otherwise not be able to learn guitar, become serious players and students. Music shall always remain the one master key to every heart on the planet. " - read more
I've been playing guitar for many years and I used and reviewed a lot of different guitar courses and online lessons. On this page I listed the best options I found..
In this series of articles you'll learn the fretboard geometry, understanding how it works and how memorize the notes in an easy way.
Spice up your riffs with easy Open Position Runs! Video lessons with explanations and tabs.
Here's what Steve Vai taught us during his Masterclass in Verona, Italy. Goal settings, visualization, inner ear developing, it has been a very exciting night.
In this post we will apply modern neuroscience discoveries for an effective guitar practice, in order to maximize results and effectiveness. You'll find tips and tricks on concentration, memory, rest, practice..
Blues scales! we are going to expand upon that by adding a new note to the Pentatonic Scale, and give you some more techniques to work on, that will make your riffs much more dynamic..
Make your audience feel the rhythm: learn how to strum chords on guitar with rhythm patterns, beat and syncopation.
Learn the basics of flamenco spanish guitar online: most common scales, chord progressions, and a bit of flamenco history..
Before we get into some of the basic chord progressions in modern music, let's discuss some points on notation. The Nashville Numbering System is a method of denoting chord letter symbols by using roman numerals. For example let’s say we take one of the more common progressions known as the I-IV-V, or the 1-4-5.