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Guitar Lessons

Learn to play guitar with these online video guitar lessons. From beginning guitar lessons to more intermediate and advance guitar instruction.

Also be sure and check out the "guitar lessons" menu at the top of the page, and browse the different categories for more lessons. There are other free online guitar lessons that are not listed below.

Learning the Notes on the Neck of the Guitar
Getting to know the names of the notes on the neck of the guitar is essential for both for lead and rhythm guitar. Easily master the notes on the neck.

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Star Spangled Banner Jimi Hendrix Style
Here are 2 guitar tablature arrangements of the "Star Spangled Banner". A basic version and one with some Jimi Hendrix Flair.

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Star Spangled Banner Chords
Learn how to play the basic chords and strums for the "Star Spangled Banner" in the key of G.

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How to Use a Chromatic Guitar Tuner
Learning how to tune your guitar is essential as a beginning guitar player. Learn how to tune a guitar using a chromatic tuner.

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Skeleton Dominant 7th Chords
Learn some small movable dominant 7th chords and put them into practice by playing a blues in the key of G. MP3 Jam Track Included.

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Pinch Harmonics
Pinch harmonics are a type of artificial harmonic that can add another dimension to your lead guitar playing. AKA pick harmonics or squealies.

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Sweep Picking Blues Lick
Learn a sweep picking blues guitar lick in the key of A. MP3 Jam Tracks and tablature download included.

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DIY Guitar Setup Guide
Often you will need to make some adjustments to your guitar or do other basic guitar maintenance. This lesson will guide you through a DIY Guitar Setup.

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Riff Blues in E
Learn a cool riff blues in the key of E. This blues guitar arrangement sounds great even if you are just playing by yourself.

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Cool Guitar Chords in 7/8 Time
Learn some interesting sounding chords in 7/8 time. Odd time signatures like 7/8 are often used in progressive rock music.

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