Learning how to play the guitar is a wonderful, fulfilling, never ending journey. In the beginning your fingers hurt and your hands are weak, but don't worry, we've all been through this. Stick with it, little by little your skills will improve.
The journey to being a great guitar player is much like a road trip across the country. There are a variety of routes to take and some of the trip is exciting while other parts are just long stretches of endless highway. We could start In New York City and travel to Los Angeles by taking a direct route or wondering all about the US. Here below you find a bunch of beginner to advanced guitar tutorials, choose your path according to your level and expertise.
- How to read music for guitar | Chords, Scales, Staff, Strumming
- How to play barre chords easily?
- Learning to play chords | Open Chords
- How to play an A chord on guitar | Beginner Lesson
- Guitar Chords Symbols Notation
- Best online guitar lessons reference guide
- Guitar Tricks review
- Jamplay review
- Guitar Tricks vs Jamplay comparison
- Beginner guitar solos
- How to read guitar tabs for beginners
- The Neapolitan Scale and its chords
- Guitar Solos Lesson: the spread fingering shape
- Guitar Solo Exercises with the Blues Scale
- 5 essential skills to play a great guitar solo
- Guitar solo lessons for beginners
- Minor Pentatonic Scales First Position
- Blues Scale Basics
- Guitar Scales Exercises: Left and Right Hand Synchronization
- Guitar Warm Up Exercises
- 12 bar blues guitar improvisation
- Guitar music theory: chords from major scale and relative minor
- This Trick Will Help You Remember All The Guitar Scales You Need
- The Best Way to Learn Scales for Guitar
- Develop speed on guitar
- 8 exotic guitar scales | Add some spice to your guitar sound with exotic scales
- Greatest AHA moments
- How to use a metronome with guitar
- What I have learned at the Steve Vai Masterclass
- Guitar practice and natural talent
- How to practice guitar | Guitar practice tips
- The Ten Key Elements of Real Guitar Practice
- Fretboard Navigation Tricks
- Guitar Fretboard Theory | Part 2
- Augmented and diminished triads
- Improve your fretboard knowledge with one simple exercise
- Guitar triads explained
- A lesson with John March, Ted Greene’s dedicated student
- The circle of fifths on guitar
- Guitar fretboard Theory | Part 1
- Rockabilly guitar: story and style
- Greatest Guitar Riffs: Another Top Ten
- 50 Easy Guitar Songs | Step-by-step List
- 10 Classic Rock and Pop Songs with 8 chords
- 10 love, loss and introspection guitar songs
- 5 basic chords for playing 10 easy songs on guitar
- Easy Guitar Songs with 4 basic chords
- Easy songs on guitar: songs with C and G chords
- 4+1 tips for learning how to sing while playing guitar
- Easy guitar songs for beginners
- Learn Flamenco Guitar Online
- Heavy Metal Rhythm Guitar
- Introduction To Finger-Picking
- Introduction To 12-Bar Blues
- Unusual chords progressions
- How to write your chord progressions
- How to make your chord progressions more interesting
- Chord Progressions | The Nashville Number System
- Guitar rhythm strumming patterns
- Songs with the same chord progression
- All about Chord Progressions
- Heavy Metal Ear Training | Guitar interval ear training
- 147 Interval Ear Training Mp3 | Functional Ear Training
- Ancient guitars: how guitars looked like 4000 years ago?
- How to intonate a guitar
- What guitar pedals should I get?
- How to choose your first guitar
- How to Find a Good Guitar for Beginners
- Guitar Parts Names | Acoustic and Electric
- Tube guitar preamp: multi-channels and programmable guitar preamps
- What is a guitar amplifier?
- GarageBand: Music creation studio inside your Mac
- Steinberg Cubase: Music Production Software for Mac OS & Windows
- Transcribe! Software to help transcribe recorded music
- Recording Your Guitar: Reaper, multi-track audio and MIDI recording tool
- Recording Guitar | Using Amplitube in Cubase
- Chordpulse | Backing Tracks Software
- Custom Backing Tracks | Improvise with your guitar
- Using MIDI to record your guitar | Midi guitar explained
- Recording guitar | How to connect your guitar to your computer
- How to Remove the Lead Guitar from Songs (and Become a Better Guitar Player)
- Chordpulse Backing Tracks Generator | Complete tutorial
- Audacity | Free Guitar Recording Software
- Guitar Pro | Guitar tabs software
- Amplitube Review | Guitar amp and effects software
- How to develop vibrato on guitar
- Kaki King | The new guitar Goddess
- Tosin Abasi | 8 strings guitar genius
- Tim Robinson Interview
- Life against the Odds : The Story of Jason Becker
- The Father of Gipsy Jazz: Django Reinhardt
- Keith Richards Open G Tuning
- Angus Young's diabolical riffs
- Online Guitar Teacher: Joe Walker interviewed on Fachords
- Online Guitar Teacher: Interviewing Mike Beatham
- Online Guitar Teacher: Nicole Rogers, classical guitar teacher from Australia
- Online Guitar Teacher: Interviewing Marc-André Séguin
- Online Guitar Teacher: Klaus Crow from GuitarHabits
- Who invented tapping on guitar? Maybe a doctor from Italy
- Blank Guitar Chord Sheet
- 8 Guitar Arpeggios Free Pdf Ebook
- Guitar Notes Diagram | Fretboard notes chart to download
- Chords In Keys Pdf Music Theory Sheet
- Guitar Theory Pdf | Advanced Guitar Chords
- Free Guitar Scales Pdf | 84 Scale and Arpeggios Chart
- Free Guitar Pdf Ebook - 40 Exotic Guitar Scales Patterns
- Guitar chords pdf to print out
Chords are the backbone of the songs we like to play with friends. On this page you'll find tips and strategies useful to master chords and strumming Here's one:.
To teach your hand a new chord, place your fingers on the fretboard in the right position, press a little bit more than needed, and hold the position for 20 seconds. Then release the force, pause for 10 seconds, and then press again for other 20 seconds. Do this for 5 times, your fingers will memorize the new chord in no time! Click here for more tips on chords
Playing fast and screaming guitar solos is one of the more exciting thing to learn. We have created some tutorials and tools useful to improve your speed and accuracy. Remember: in order to play fast you have to practice slow, slow and perfect.
Check this page to find lessons, tutorials and software tools specifically conceived to help you improve your speed, accuracy and scales knowledge.
We can exploit the last discoveries on how the learning process works in order to make our practice better and more effective. With the contents of this section you will learn powerful strategies useful to improve your guitar skills quickly. Moreover, you'll find specific software tools useful to learn chords, scales, fretboard. Practice makes perfect, but smart practice is better! Follow this link to learn more
Learning the fretboard is definitely the best thing to do if you want to really improve your musical and improvisation skills. You'll learn how to build chords on the fly, without the need to memorize fixed shapes and patterns.
Being able to move freely up and down the neck is the best feeling you can have on the guitar! Check this page to learn more about fretboard theory, intervals, notes memorization tools and more
We guitarists constantly learn new scales, strange chord fingerings, finger-twisting exercises, but at the end of the day, our guitars are made for playing...music!
In this section you find a selection of popular songs to play in front of your audience, whether is a small group of friends at the campfire or a crowded hall.
Once you have learned some chords, it's important to understand how to put them together. Chord progressions are sequences of chords that "fit well together". Each musical genre has its specific chord progressions, this is one of the reasons why we are able to distingue a flamenco songs from a blues piece.
In music, there are some theory tools that help us organize chords and keys in a logical way, such as the circle of fifths or scale degrees. In this section you'll learn how to create musical pieces by putting chords together
Often overlooked, practicing ear training and improve your musical ear is one of the best strategies to get to the next level. On this guide you'll find everything you need to improve your chords and intervals recognition ability.
Here's one powerful tip from Steve Vai: "Always sing what you play on the guitar". Your aural skills will skyrocket!
We have all our favorite musicians: in this section you find the biographies of great guitarists that have overcome great difficulties. Use them to inspire you and to fuel your motivation. Here you also find interviews with guitar teachers friends of this site.
What kind of guitar do I need for starting learning guitar? Acoustic or electric? What kind of strings? What about amps and picks?
In this section you'll find all what you need to know for choosing the right instrument and gear for you.
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