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Four Reasons You Should Learn to Play Guitar Online

So, you’re thinking about taking guitar lessons. Great idea! You’ve got the list covered: Guitar: Check! Amp: Check! Picks, cables and a bad-ass (Super-Cool?) guitar-playing stance: Check! Check! Check! Now What? Tradition would most likely dictate that you go out and find the best local teacher to show you the ropes and turn you into

 
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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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JamPlay Podcast – Interview with Guthrie Trapp

Published on March 22, 2013 by in Podcasts

Guthrie Trapp, Nashville country guitarist and session player extraordinaire, joins us for the 19th edition of the JamPlay Podcast. Guthrie talks about the world of session playing in Nashville. He gives advise for aspiring session players, talks about the types of music he enjoys and the differences in tracking for somebody else’s music vs your

 
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Learn a Complete Melodic Guitar Solo

Get ready for the 17th episode of Liepe’s Licks. In this amazing guitar lesson Chris will teach the first part of a full melodic rock solo. This first portion makes heavy use of melody and also includes harmonics, bends and even a bit of whammy bar action. Stay tuned for the second part of the

 
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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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Guitar Lesson – Rock Lick in the Style of Jimmy Page Part 2

It’s time for Episode 16 of Liepe’s Licks. In this episode Chris Liepe teaches the second half of the amazing Jimmy Page rock lick. This portion of the lick includes some great runs as well as bends, signature techniques of Jimmy Page. If you want to learn to play guitar, whether your goal is 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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JamPlay Podcast – Interview with Joel Kosche

Published on March 11, 2013 by in Podcasts

In this edition of the JamPlay Podcast we sit down with Joel Kosche, guitarist for Collective Soul as well as solo artist. We talk with Joel about how he got into guitar and what his learning process was like, how he got into Collective Soul, what it’s like playing no the road, the bands that

 
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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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