This is Week 1 from the Complete Guitar Course. It’s everything that a beginner needs to get started with our program. If you enjoy this lesson you’ll enjoy all 48 Weeks of the Complete Guitar Course.Read More
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This is Week 15 from our Complete Guitar Course. It’s the complete lesson including on-screen tab. Signup for the lesson material download and 4 free weeks from the course.Read More
Play extra-heavy power chords in standard tuning!Read More
Our Amazing Menu System Already using The Complete Basic Course 2016? Thinking about ordering the Course? If so, we’ve got a brand new killer menu system and it’s free. You must purchase The Complete Basic Course to use the menu system. The course is available in two configurations, the first half of the course for…Read More
Learn to use the Guitar Pro app. Guitar Pro allows you to play along with our lesson exercises at any speed. Begin slow and gradually increase speed until the exercise is mastered. Loop the track and even play along with backing instruments for a live performance feel and sound.Read More
Is This Really The Best Free Guitar Lesson Ever?
Probably not. But it’s the best free guitar lesson that I have ever created. Is it worth every penny that you paid for it? Absolutely! All kidding aside, you’re going to love this lesson.
This newsletter covers: Two legacy lessons digitized for downloading. The video performance of “Out of Time”. Doug’s cheat sheet: common questions answered.Read More
The lead that is performed at the beginning of this video includes all that is taught in this program – a guitar lick, a pattern, an arpeggio, and a melody. By the end of this lesson you will learn how to play this lead and how it was composed of these parts. The backing track is included for you to play along.Read More
Study the fundamental techniques of sweep picking in this free lesson with tab and video from Michael Angelo Batio. The definition of an arpeggio is “a broken chord”. Instead of being played all at once, or simultaneously, the notes of the chord are played one after another, in succession. You can hear arpeggiated chords in the song “The House of the Rising Sun”. We will use the same principle, but with a “shred” approach.