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Easy Guitar Songs For Beginners

While you are at the absolute beginner stage of learning electric guitar, it is very important to learn full songs. Besides the obvious – that you can play the songs you learn for your friends – playing actual songs instead of scales or chord changes is mandatory, because it will make you a better player. You can’t learn timing and foot-tapping by drilling scales; you can’t learn strumming patterns by changing chords all the time. Things like these come only from playing songs—and playing them a lot. This article will show and explain how to play easy guitar songs […]

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Easy Guitar Songs To Play

Easy Guitar Songs – All of the listed guitar songs are easy to play, even if you’ve just started playing guitar. The more I play guitar, the more I’ve realized that sometimes the most enjoyable things to play are also the easiest. I guess that’s why they call it playing guitar right? […]

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Intro to Major Chords E major and G Major Chord Lesson

Tab is a kind of guitar notation. It consists of 6 lines which each correspond to a string on the guitar. Numbers are used to show which frets are supposed to be played and on which strings. A zero over a string means you play that string open and an X over the string means you don’t strum that string at all.
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Beginner Guitar Chords Lesson – 3 String Chords C, G and D7

When we start learning to play the guitar we do it for one reason, to learn chords. After all songs are made up of chords right? Of course if you’re a beginner yourself and have tried learning chords you can probably vouch for just how difficult it can be to make those shapes, keep your fingers on the strings without blunting those below them and so fourth. […]

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Starlicks Guitar Instructional Videos

We have blistered our fingers, cried into our empty whiskey jars and played for lost love. Yes, we have lived the blues, and all thanks to those wonderful Starlicks people, whose batch of instructional guitar videos explore the work of the finest blues masters to ever slide, bend or swing. […]

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Randy Rhoads “Over the Mountain” Guitar Tone

It’s been a long time since Randy Rhoads left us but there are many who still rave about his characteristic crunch. Randy had a slight different sound from album to album but it usually had a sort of thin and bright, nasally tone. He carried quite a few guitars but was usually seen with his Les Paul and of course his famous polka-dotted flying V […]