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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.

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Not just any free guitar lesson – Its Really Cool

Pod_Farm_Blues_ToneThese techniques are simple to learn and will make a huge impact on your guitar playing.  This is my favorite type of guitar lesson. It breaks down complicated information into very simple parts that anybody can quickly master.

Each of these three exercises is an excellent finger warm up to use at the beginning of practice sessions. Since these three patterns are the foundation of all lead guitar playing they’re a perfect way to get started. Play along with each of the first three exercises and continue to increase the tempo until you find the fastest speed that you can play without mistakes.

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