One truth of guitar is: You’re always learning. New licks, new styles, new songs. This is part of what makes guitar so fun – it’s constant exploration.
Below you’ll find resources to feed your learning curve. Online lessons, YouTube recommendations, and more
These are our top articles and recommendations for finding guitar learning resources:
- Learn Guitar: Top 5 Beginner Guitar Lesson Courses
- 5 Places to Get Modern Fingerstyle Guitar Lessons Online
- 13 Great Country Acoustic Guitar Lessons on YouTube
- Top 5 Places for Online Acoustic Blues Guitar Lessons
Explore On Your Own:
There’s a number of guitar lesson sites online that do a great job of providing video-based lessons, usually focused by playing level and style.
Here are a couple places to check out:
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