Basic Guitar Lessons

Guide on how to find EVERY note on the fretboard - part 3

• Author: @daniel-kaczmarczyk
It's time for some magical fretboard triangles! Behind this name hides a very useful concept. Have a read!

Guide on how to find EVERY note on the fretboard - part 2

• Author: @daniel-kaczmarczyk
Check this lesson to learn the new way of finding the notes on the fretboard!

Riff writing 1

• Author: @william-lewis
This lesson will focus on the pentatonic minor scale and how to get some quick riffs out of the scale.

Guide on how to find EVERY note on the fretboard

• Author: @daniel-kaczmarczyk
Been ever curious where the notes are? Here you can read a solution!

Reading Standard Notation - Getting Started with Reading Music

• Author: @chris-juergensen
Although there are many great guitarists that can't read music, it definitely comes in handy if you want to communicate musically with other musicians. It also is useful for writing down musical ideas and compositions so you don't forget them later on.

Drop D Tuning

• Author: @daniel-kaczmarczyk
If you're not familiar with drop D tuning, have a read. Here I give you some simple advice that will help you to play and compose in drop D.

How to be great at the guitar part 1 - The Chords

• Author: @istvn-tams-szilgyi
In these lessons I will help you to be a great guitarist. First part is about the basic chords.

How to change tuning on a guitar

• Author: @leokisomma
Okay, now most people will at some point want to change the tuning on their guitar. Now while there are ever more advanced tuners being built that will simply allow you to tune the strings easily by tuning them to the readout shown, these tuners can run out of battery. This lesson tells you what to do when you want to tune without relying on a gadget, and want to use your ears.

Blues Lead Guitar Basics (part 1)

• Author: @antony-reynaert
In these series I will give you insight on how you can learn to use the minor pentatonic scale over the entire neck of the guitar and learn useful licks while you do this. (Contains a Blues Licks video!)

Understanding Meter and its Application (part 2)

• Author: @zack-uidl
With certain meters, it is simply more appropriate to label a time signature a certain way. The most common and obvious example of this would be a 6/8 meter vs. a 3/4 meter. Both have the same number of eighth notes, however..
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