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A Short Lesson on Double Hammer-Ons – Stummin’ with Steve #5

This video is short, but still oh so sweet. This time around Steve takes the C Major (with a G bass note) and the A minor chord and demonstrates how you can transition between the chords by using two-finger hammer-ons. Be sure to check out JamPlay for the best guitar lessons in the world.

 
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Strummin’ with Steve Episode 4 – C Major and A Minor

Another week, another episode of Strummin’ with Steve. This time around Steve takes a look at changing between the C Major and A minor chords, as well as demonstrates how to use hammer-ons to make the transition more interesting. Looking for the best guitar lessons? Check out JamPlay.com.

 
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Strummin’ with Steve Episode 3 – The C Major Chord

Tuesdays are a magical day. The slated sky has been wiped clear and all that remains is a brilliant azure. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the world is at last at peace. You may be wondering what grandeur fills this amazing day. No, it’s not date night, nor board game night,

 
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Strummin’ with Steve Episode 2 – A Minor 7

Welcome back to the second edition of Strummin’ with Steve, where you get a new lesson based on strumming and rhythm every Tuesday. In this episode Steve takes a close look at the A minor 7 chord and discusses how hammer-ons and palm muting can be used. The effect this generates sounds difficult and involved,

 
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Strummin’ with Steve Episode 1

Today we are proud to announce the first episode of a new JamPlay segment entitled Strummin’ with Steve. In this segment Steve Eulberg will teach a new strumming/rhythm pattern or chord progression each week. This week, he teaches an excellent rhythm pattern that makes use of palm muting and hammer-ons. Get that guitar out and

 
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Beginner Chords – The Dsus2 and Dsus4

Chris Liepe, a JamPlay.com rock instructor, presents a lesson on how to spice up beginner chord progressions. By making use of the simple and easy to use sus2 and sus4 chords any chord progression can be enlivened and sound much more complex and difficult than it actually is. Check out JamPlay.com for more online guitar

 
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Partial Chords – Make Music as a Beginner Guitarist

In this free online guitar lesson, Chris Liepe discusses the quickest and easiest way to start making music as a beginner guitarist. He will demonstrate partial chords, which are also known by some as “baby chords.” These are simplified chords which are easier to play, especially for those who are just starting or may have

 
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Finger Exercises for Beginner Guitarists

Finger Exercises for Beginner Guitarists Of the many problems plaguing novice guitarists, weak muscles in the hand and wrist can often be some of the most devastating. Weak muscles can cause hand pain, exhaustion and impede flexibility making barre chords and other big stretches feel like an insurmountable task. With these two exercises, perfect for

 
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Learn Basic Music Theory

JamPlay.com, the world’s best source for online guitar lessons, is proud to present a free lesson from Freebo. Freebo is an internationally recognized bass player, guitarist and songwriter who has played with acts such as Bonnie Raitt, Neil Young, CSN, Ringo Star and dozens of others. He has also published four critically acclaimed albums of

 
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Reggae Guitar Lesson – Melodic Ideas

JamPlay.com, the ultimate source for learning guitar, is proud to present a Reggae guitar lesson that is sure to warm your heart and give you a bit of the old island cheer. In this lesson Stuart Ziff, venerable guitar teacher from the Musician’s Institute in Los Angles, delves into the world of Reggae guitar. He

 
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