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Learn a Melodic Rock Guitar Solo – Part 4

Liepe’s Licks is back with another stunning episode. This time around Chris teaches the fourth part of the melodic rock guitar solo he has been working on. This part features some stunning bends that really punctuate the ending of the song. Get your rock guitar out, grab your pick and get ready to shred. Click

 
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Learn to Spruce Up a Blues Chord Progression with 7th Chords

We are proud to present another episode of JamPlay’s Strummin’ with Steve. In this new episode Steve returns to the world of the Blues chord progression. This time instead of teaching a most basic chord progression using mostly major chords, Steve will intensify the progression by making use of 7th chords. This adds a lot

 
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Learn Guitar – Acoustic Blues Chord Progression

It’s time for another edition of the internet’s most venerable series of guitar lessons, Strummin’ with Steve. This time around Mr. Eulberg will teach a beginner acoustic blues chord progression. This 12 bar progression combines open chord shapes that you probably already know with a slightly more difficult barre chord. It’s time for the blues!

 
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Guitar Lesson – Cowboy Country Chord Progression

It’s time for another episode of Strummin’ with Steve! This time around Steve dishes out a more sedate country chord progression. He will demonstrate a rhythm that is reminiscent of a horse’s trot; it’s relaxing lull will ease your worries and calm your mind. The progression also makes use of three common chords. Get your

 
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Chord Finder / Chord Namer

Our developers have just created and released an amazing chord finder to help you figure out the names of chords you’re playing. Many of us can create beautiful music but often times don’t know what exactly we’re playing. With this chord namer tool, the guess work is over. Simply click on the notes that you’re

 
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Guitar Lesson – Pop Chord Progression

It’s time for episode 12 of “Strummin’ with Steve.” This time around Steve teaches another pop chord progression that makes use of the G Major, Cadd9, Dsus4 and D major chords. He teaches an amazing sounding rhythm pattern as well. If learning to play acoustic pop songs is your bag of chops, be sure to

 
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Learn a Contemporary Pop Chord Progression

It’s time for the 10th episode of Strummin’ with Steve, your weekly dose of rhythm based online guitar lessons. This time around Steve teaches a chord progression that is commonly found in contemporary pop songs. He will describe the chords and how they are used. He will then move on to talk about what the

 
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Classic Country Rhythm and Progression

It’s time for episode 9 of Strummin’ with Steve. In this episode Steve breaks down a classic country guitar chord progression. He will demonstrate both the country rhythm pattern and teach the chords. This country chord progression uses the G, C and D chords. Don’t forget, to learn to play guitar, whether your genre is

 
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Learn a Three Chord Progression and Strumming Pattern

It’s time for episode 8 of “Strummin’ with Steve.” This time around Eulberg demonstrates a wicked rhythm pattern that makes use of three chords, the E Major, A Major and B Major. It’s an amazing sounding chord progression in it’s own right and also a great exercise for developing your rhythm chops. Don’t forget, click

 
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Beginner Guitar Lesson – A New Strumming Pattern

It is time for the seventh episode of Strummin’ with Steve. In this edition Steve teaches a new rhythm pattern that is more advanced than the few that have preceded it; the extra effort is well worth it for the amazing sound. Steve demonstrates this rhythm/strumming pattern using a measly two chords, however once you

 
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