The NEWBIES LIBRARY Beginner Acoustic Guitar Lessons
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Beginner Guitar Lesson Videos – ON DEMAND
Learning guitar JUST GOT EASIER! Because instead of having to choose from hundreds of boring “fluff” filled lessons, Gaylerd’s Beginner Guitar series will keep YOU excited about learning to play guitar with about 75 fun, step-by-step, bite-sized beginner tutorials.
And since these lessons are streamed, you can stop, pause, repeat and review any part of a tutorial as often as you wish until you master the skill. This way, you can spend as much or as little time on each guitar concept as you need!
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It doesn’t matter if you are coming here to learn as an absolute beginner or just wanting to pick-up where you left off in the past. Because my step-by-step guitar lessons offer a fun, fast, and easy way to help you learn to play guitar.
These easy-to-follow instructional videos provide clear and fun on-screen graphics and chord diagrams to help you build each guitar skill slowly, so your ready to move on to the next concept with ease.
You’ll start with the very basic guitar fundamentals, all the way through to learning some cool beginner songs. A typical student can expect to get through the course in about 12 to 16 weeks.
What is the Best Age to start to learn?
There is NO UNIVERSAL “best age” to start learning how to play guitar. Young teens (12-15) seem to learn the fastest! They just get it! But there are lots of retired folks over 60 years young who are having fun learning to play using online lessons too. So I would say that as long as you have a desire to learn, are willing to spend time practicing, and are between the ages of 8 to 80… YOU’VE got what it takes to learn to play guitar! So what are you waiting for?
Beginner Guitar Lessons
Welcome Newbie! If you’ve been looking for an online beginner guitar series, you made it to the right place! Because it doesn’t matter if you have never even held a guitar before, or if you are coming here to pick up what you missed or refresh what you learned years ago. I’d like to think this series is the best choice for you! Because you can choose the lessons you need for wherever you are along your individual guitar journey.
Below is a list of the lessons you will find in my beginner series.
1. Guitar 101 – Foundation (FUN-damentals)
Before you actually start learning to the fun stuff about playing guitar, you really need to build your guitar playing foundation. Guitar 101 will help you get started by giving you the very basic fundamentals.
- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
- Introduction to “Starting from Scratch”
- Buying Your First Guitar
- The Parts of the Guitar
- 6 Tips for Holding Your Guitar Better
- How to Use a Pick for Playing “WOW!Factor” Guitar
- How to Use a Capo
- The Names and Numbers of the Strings
- How to Tune Your Guitar
- How and What to Practice
- Major Mistakes NEW Guitar Players Make
2. Guitar 201 – Framework (Frets, Strings, Hands, and Fingers)
These tutorials will teach you how to use your hands and fingers so you will be able to change chords smoothly. You’ll want to get these lessons down before moving on to 301.
- Your Fingers – Their Names and Numbers
- Warm-up: Finger Stretching Exercise
- Right Hand – Picking and Strumming Basics
- Left Hand – Using Your Fingers on the Frets Like Gaylerd
- How to Read Chord Diagrams
- How to Read Tabs (The Basics)
- 9 Tips for Playing Chords Better
- Three Easy 1 Finger Chords – G, C and Em
- Finger Exercises – Spider Walk #1
- Finger Exercise – Spider Walk #2
- Finger Exercise – Spider Walk #3
- Rhythmic Accent Strumming Basics
3. Guitar 301 – Finish-out (Chords, Songs and More)
This is where you get into the FUN STUFF of playing guitar! You’ll learn how to form chords, exercises for changing them, and even how to play a few beginner songs.
- What to Expect When You Start Playing Chords
- The Em Chord
- The A2 Chord
- The 1 Minute Challenge – Em to A2
- The E Chord
- The A Chord
- The 1 Minute Challenge – A to E
- Tips for Forming and Changing EVERY Chord PART 1
- Tips for Forming and Changing EVERY Chord PART 2
- The G chord
- The C Chord
- The D Chord
- The Am Chord (A minor)
- The 1 Minute Challenge – C to Am
- The 1 Minute Challenge – C to G
- The 1 Minute Challenge – A to D
- The 1 Minute Challenge – E to A to D
- The A7 chord
- The D7 Chord
- The F Chord
- The B chord
- The Bm Chord (B minor)
- The Dm Chord (D minor)
- The 1 Minute Challenge – Am to Bm
- The 1 Minute Challenge – Am to Dm
- 2 Chord Beginner Song 1: Achy Breaky Heart (A and E)
- 2 Chord Beginner Song 2: Achy Breaky Heart (C and G)
- 2 Chord Beginner Song 3: Tulsa Time (G and D)
- 2 Chord Beginner Song 4: Tulsa Time (E and B)
- 3 Chord Beginner Song 1 : The Gambler
- 3 Chord Beginner Song 2: Leaving on a Jet Plane
- The Cm Chord (C minor)
- The Fm Chord (F minor) Barr Chord
- The Gm Chord (G minor) Barr Chord
- The B7 Chord
- The C7 Chord
- The E7 Chord
- The F7 Chord
- The G7 Chord
- The Cmaj7 (C Major 7)
- Easy Chord with Scary Name 1: D6add9/F#
- Beginner Song using a Scary Chord 1: Horse with No Name
- The Asus4 Chord
- The Dsus4 Chord
- Hammer Ons
- Palm Muting
- Barre Chords Part 1
- Barre Chords Part 2
- The E minor Pentatonic Scale
- The A minor Pentatonic Scale
- Beginner Song 1 using Palm Muting, Hammer-ons and Pull-offs 1: Cocain
- Beginner Song 2 using Riffs 1: Tulsa Time in E and B
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