Free guitar lessons online anywhere?

djklambakedjklambake Posts: 1,844
edited January 2013 in Musicians and Gearheads
Hi gang,

Know of any good online sites that teach guitar lessons?
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  • Heya,

    I am in no way a guitarplayer, and doubt I ever will be. But my brother in law once told me he had seen and used some on the Gibson webpage which were rather usefull.
    Have fun, walk hard and stay alive.
  • rollingsrollings Posts: 5,014
    Hi.

    This guy--whose account is "martyzsongs" on youtube--is an awesome source for learning actual songs,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o7iTDLNTFk (ledbetter)

    If you don't don't know how to play guitar, I suggest learning the major chord structures first, which you could find the "chord diagrams" off of any internet site.

    this Marty also has some good beginner type youtube videos as well.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22GaVBcA ... ure=relmfu (using beginner chords in songs)

    Actually, I should be watching more of him now that you mention it. :lol: He's a very good teacher, and he's cool too.
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  • LukinFanLukinFan Posts: 25,093
    rollings" said:
    Hi.

    This guy--whose account is "martyzsongs" on youtube--is an awesome source for learning actual songs,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o7iTDLNTFk (ledbetter)

    If you don't don't know how to play guitar, I suggest learning the major chord structures first, which you could find the "chord diagrams" off of any internet site.

    this Marty also has some good beginner type youtube videos as well.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22GaVBcA ... ure=relmfu (using beginner chords in songs)

    Actually, I should be watching more of him now that you mention it. :lol: He's a very good teacher, and he's cool too.
    Marty is awesome - I use his videos all the time. For lessons, I like to use Justin's site:

    http://www.justinguitar.com/

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  • some more good ones:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/HowToPlayAn ... eos?view=0

    i just youtube the song i want to learn followed by "lesson" and that usually works best.

    I've never had any luck finding a GOOD comprehensive guitar website.
    not for nothing.

    there are plenty of good TAB websites dedicated to artists (neil young -hyperrust, grateful dead - jdark, etc all have whole page compilations of tab, also pearl jam @ giventowail, duh ... ) but i've never found a good website with LESSONS.

    :(
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  • djklambakedjklambake Posts: 1,844
    Thanks!
    6/27/98 – East Troy, WI
    6/29/06 – Milwaukee, WI
    9/25/11 – Vancouver, BC
    11/4/12 – (Eddie Vedder) Phoenix, AZ
    11/1/13 - New Orleans, LA
    11/19/13 - Phoenix, AZ
    11/21/13 - San Diego, CA

    @Benjamin_G_Lund
  • I recommend the songster app.....its amazing :D
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  • for beginners, justinguitar.com is really great. marty schwartz's site on youtube is awesome for learning songs as well.
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