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Free Guitar Lessons Online

Welcome to the guitar lessons website. Here you will find free guitar lessons for students of all skill levels. It doesn’t matter if you are just learning how to play guitar or if you already have years of experience. Our video lessons can help you get started with the basics or pick-up wherever your past studies left off.

We recently added over 50 high-definition videos. So if you are looking for beginner guitar lessons, rhythm guitar lessons, lead guitar lessons, or blues guitar lessons – we’ve got you covered with new HD videos! All of these lessons can be applied on acoustic guitar or electric guitar.

We also recently launched our official blog. Right now you can find step-by-step guides on popular topics including: how to play guitar, guitar lessons for beginners, how to read guitar sheet music, and how to read guitar tabs. More coming soon!

If you are new to the guitar we recommend that you start with the Beginner Guitar Quick-Start Series. It’s a collection of 12 step-by-step videos that will give you a solid foundation for all future lessons. You’ll learn how to play guitar, how to hold the guitar, how to tune your guitar, how to strum the guitar, how to play your first chords, and even how to play your first song on guitar.

Once you are finished with the basics you may want to explore the Rhythm Guitar Quick-Start Series. These lessons are perfect for students interested in learning to play popular songs, jam with friends, or perform live with a band. They cover essential topics like playing power chords, playing bar chords, major bar chord shapes, minor bar chord shapes, common chord progressions, and more.

If you’re interested in playing lead guitar or performing guitar solos you’ll want to check out the Lead Guitar Quick-Start Series. It’s a collection of 12 lessons that cover everything you need to know to start exploring lead guitar. You’ll learn basic picking technique, the major scale, the major pentatonic scale, the minor pentatonic scale, hammer-ons and pull-offs, vibrato technique, how to play a guitar solo, and more. For more on playing lead guitar, check out these lead guitar lessons.

More experienced guitarists may be interested in the Blues Guitar Quick-Start Series. Not only is the blues an incredibly important style of music in it’s own right, but it can also influence the way you play other styles of music including rock, metal, jazz, and country. Jump into this series if you are interested in learning how to play blues guitar, the 12-bar blues progression, dominant 7th blues chords, blues phrasing and expression, turnaround blues licks, and how to add licks to the blues riff.

If you are looking for inspiration checkout our guitarist biographies. If you are looking for practice tools check out our guitar jam-tracks. And if you are shopping for new gear visit our guitar gear reviews.  You may also be interested in browsing our guitar lessons on YouTube.

If you are serious about fast-tracking your progress consider the NEW It’s Nate Savage’s step-by-step method to unlock your full potential on the guitar. All the popular styles are covered including: rock, blues, country, fingerstyle, metal, bluegrass, and more. Plus it includes a huge library of jam-tracks so you can apply everything to real music.