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11-20-2019 05:35 PM
jim777
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

That's a thread worth bumping I know there are a handful of Johnny Hiland lessons on youtube for free, and you can learn a bit just from that little taste.
11-13-2019 04:15 PM
timtheshredder
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

There's a bunch of different resources that you can use to learn guitar online. Some of them are free and some of them are paid. The free ones are nice because you don't have to pay anything, but typically they don't have the same quality and depth as the paid ones do. Go figure, you get what you pay for.

I've used several paid ones over the years and feel like they were worth the price because they definitely helped improve my playing. The most popular guitar lesson websites out there right now are probably GuitarTricks, Jamplay, and Fenderplay.

Guitar Tricks is about $20 per month and they have a wide range of lessons from beginner to advanced. They also cover a lot of genres. I think this is probably the easiest site to get started on if you haven't taken any online lessons before.

Jamplay is a little more expensive and they tend to have different styles of lessons than GT. I like Jamplay's metal and heavy music lessons that the other companies don't offer. This one isn't quite as intuitive as GT, but it has some more unique lessons.

Fenderplay is relatively new to the teaching world. I think they are about $10 per month. I tried them out because they were offering a free trial for a while. The thing that I liked most about their platform is that emphasize learning popular songs. They seem to have a large variety of different songs that you can learn which is fun.

Personally, I don't think you can go wrong with any of these websites. I think most of them have some kind of free trial that you can sign up for before you buy them. It's worth checking out to see if you like them before you sign up. Hope that helps!
12-16-2011 02:17 PM
wjs1820
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

I just got an invite for the Learn & Master Guitar course series for $89. This has since been endorsed by Gibson. If interested send me a pm. its only good til monday.
12-14-2011 07:57 AM
PeterNicholson
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

+1 for justinguitar

I think he has done really well with his site.

He has also just come out with a song book thats worth checking out - I flicked through it at my local music shop and was very impressed.
12-13-2011 11:03 PM
spudler_t
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

Oh I forgot to mention to recently he added I believe about 7 possibly 8 now Mastery Courses Called 6 Week Mastery from SHred Guitar to 7 string, arpeggio, String Skipping, Rock, Lead, and Ear Training and is all set on a 6 weeks schedule( Or longer if needed) and content is added so even after you finish the 6 weeks you can still keep progressing. I would say at least check it out and send him and message you really have nothing to loose.
12-13-2011 10:59 PM
spudler_t
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

The Reason I like Shredguitarschool.com so much and Promote it even though I am not Financially Tied to it was due to the fact after I had just bought some DVD's and was a part of a Site that the owner acted like he was to busy to answer my questions I just happened across SGS and as a last ditch effort I sent a message to Leigh and without paying 1 red Cent he was more then happy to answer my questions and told me about the Free Lessons and info he had posted and he replied promptly on many occasions so I figured he was 100 X better then any site i tried yet even though I had still not subscribed yet.
Since then that was Dec 09 I have seen him add a ton of Lessons and is always very prompt to reply to questions and just this last week has added a a FREE Basic Membership so people can join to Risk Free get an Idea of whats available. I need to join that way using my ISP email so I have a better Idea of whats available to teh Basic Members.
He was also doing a free weekly Podcast every fri night for a hour sometimes a little more but he didn't have a big enough audience so decided to work more on teh site and possibly start it up again later. It was super cool as it was live and you could text in questions about the lesson and get live replys. I just found Leigh to be a great Teacher and a Super Nice guy who is an awesome guitarist who is passionate about it and loves to share his knowledge and help others Learn.
Well there is my 1 1/2 cents on SGS. BTW he also started up a FREE online Community at shredguitarschoolcommunity.com which has Tabs, Contests and all sorts of cool features.
12-13-2011 09:13 PM
Fleximan84
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

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Originally Posted by ANT5150 View Post
I am looking for a good on line guitar lesson package. I haven't got the time for personal one to one lessons due to kids, work etc nut but I would really like to benefit from professional guidence. I have been looking at Licklibrary and guitarport on line but i am still undecided if these are any good as they seem to be song orientated. Any ideas?
I'm hoping that you will find good learning skill on how to play guitar here. guitarlessonsstoke.com I've been using this services before and I really have good experienced learning how to play any types of guitar.

good luck!
07-25-2010 06:34 PM
nee2000
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

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07-18-2010 06:06 PM
Bahamut
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

www.guitarmasterclass.net
07-18-2010 05:12 PM
AlaskaBat
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

George Lynch Guitar Dojo.



07-18-2010 04:52 PM
stevec71
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

Theres quite a few online guitar tutorials out there, they vary in style, a good review site, got loads of other stuff on like videos and write ups, may be worth checking out......................... start-guitar.com
07-10-2010 09:01 AM
dougsteele
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

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Originally Posted by ANT5150 View Post
I am looking for a good on line guitar lesson package. I haven't got the time for personal one to one lessons due to kids, work etc nut but I would really like to benefit from professional guidence. I have been looking at Licklibrary and guitarport on line but i am still undecided if these are any good as they seem to be song orientated. Any ideas?
For metal, give me a shot. I have tons of free classic van halen lessons on youtube. Try here for some free stuff:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZhfiC9HtkY

I'm a straight shooter and loads of fun, I can play and I'm not a jerk.

Cheers,

Doug from http://www.learnshredguitar.com/
07-07-2010 03:00 PM
Dave55
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

wjs1820 thank you for your very thorough review. I was thinking of plunking down my money for the Doug Marks DVDs, but now I am going to check out the Learn & Master course first. I can read music, but more importantly, I need organization. I too have a limited amount of time to practice, some of which I waste trying to decide what to study. I am also going to check out the Shred Guitar School.
07-04-2010 04:07 PM
stevec71
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

type in "start-guitar.com" in google, some great reviews on tutorial sites, may be useful
07-04-2010 01:11 PM
spudler_t
Re: On LIne Guitar Lessons

cool I will have to go check them out. I find it interesting the different techniques and different different layouts of actual sites I find.
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