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    Free Acoustic Guitar Lessons by Steve Stine (23, Step-by-step Lessons)

    You finally found free acoustic guitar lessons… This is a complete, step-by-step guide to playing guitar for beginners. Here, you’ll discover everything you need to start playing guitar. Like how to hold your guitar, easy chords, and strumming patterns—plus you’ll learn your first songs and more! Check out the videos below to get started and […]

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    5 Tips For Learning Guitar as an Adult

    You’ve got to face it… Like me, you’re getting older… And with age comes wisdom, sure, but age also comes with a lot of other things that aren’t so great. Like muscle and joint pain. Or stiff fingers. Or a sore back. Getting older can literally be painful. But here’s the good news: getting older […]

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    Easy and Essential Elements for Learning Acoustic Guitar Techniques

    If you’ve been wondering how someone can play any song on guitar right away and almost without any rehearsing, you’ll find the answer in the following lines. When it comes to playing the acoustic guitar, several things stand out as key elements for this skill. These are a stable rhythm of strumming, and playing chords […]

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    How to Create Guitar Melody From Simple Chords

    In this article, you’ll discover simple ways to create your own killer melodies from simple guitar chords. This article is one of three tutorials, and each one is designed to help you create awesome guitar melodies, so you can create your own songs or combine them with others you already know. This is a great […]

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    How To Play Chords Easier And Faster

    In this article, you’ll discover how to play chords more effectively and how to strum more effectively, so you can combine both things and sound awesome when you play songs on your acoustic guitar. When you’re first starting out, you learn how to make chords like A, G, or others, and sometimes you can strum […]

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    Understanding Modes for Guitar And How To Use Them For Guitar Playing || George’s Corner

    Whenever someone asks a question related to modes for guitar, there are many who say that they are confused and have never been able to understand what modes for guitar actually are. I noticed that many mix positions of scales or patterns (marked as boxes in diagrams) with modes, which is completely wrong because modes […]

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    5 Tips For Learning Guitar As An Adult

    Everybody’s got to face it: we’re all getting older. And with age comes wisdom, sure, but age also comes with a lot of other things that aren’t so great. Like muscle and joint pain. Or stiff fingers. Or a sore back. Getting older can literally be painful. But here’s the good news: getting older doesn’t […]

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    How To Expand Your Soloing Creativity With Guitar Intervals

    When you’re learning to play the guitar, you usually start off with a few chords. After that, you learn a few more, and after that, you might learn a scale or two. The process is different for everybody, of course, but in the beginning, what you learn about the guitar involves a lot of memorization. […]

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    3 Steps To Building a Killer Guitar Solo

    This is one of the most common questions I get as a guitar teacher: “Why do my solos sound like I’m just playing scales?” It’s usually because when people practice guitar, they usually just focus on scales. They memorize scale patterns, train their fingers to play scales up and down the fretboard backwards and forwards, […]

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    Guitar Music Theory: 1 Simple Scale That Works As A Musical Dictionary

    Many guitarists are intimidated by the words “music theory” because they think it’s too hard to learn. Other guitarists don’t think music theory is worth their time. The truth is, basic guitar music theory is easy to master, and knowing just a little music theory can help you learn songs faster, play more melodically, write […]

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    A Simple Trick That Lets You Play 12 Bar Blues Progression In Any Key

    Blues is one of the most influential styles of music in the world. Since its birth in the Deep South of the United States in the late 19th century, blues music spread across the USA and around the world, inspiring guitarists, singers, and other musicians with its swampy rhythms and soulful melodies. In fact, every […]

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    How To Play Songs On Your Guitar: Learn the Easiest Way to Learn Guitar

    Rhythm is a crucial element of all styles of music. Whether you’re talking about rock, blues, bluegrass, jazz, funk, country, folk, or any other style of music, rhythm is what holds everything together. And sometimes – like with reggae and ska, for example – a certain type of rhythm is what defines the style. Rhythm […]

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