Back to School

It’s that time of year — students and teachers are getting ready to go back to school! At JamPlay, school is always in session and the classroom is always virtual. This month we’ll be getting back to basics, digging into music theory, highlighting beginner lessons, exploring practice plans, and so much more. Let’s get started with a few free lessons!


We unlocked a few lessons to get you started.

Beginner Guitar

Dave Isaacs shows us the E7 minor and Am chords in this free lesson: “Your first song!”. Have fun playing along to the provided backing track!

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Pop & Classic Rock

Lauren Passarelli starts a mini series in this free lesson: “Nice Chords”. She shares ten chords per lesson and breaks them down one by one.

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Rock Guitar for Beginners

Will Ripley wastes no time getting you playing actual music. Check out this cool riff in the style of Black Sabbath. You’ll be rockin’ in no time!

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This JamPlay course covers the building blocks of Blues guitar for the Day-1 beginner player. If you’re looking for a fast-track to getting the fundamentals of the Blues under your fingers, then this is a great place to start! View course ›

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Featured Articles

Music Theory Madness: Video

Music theory can be intimidating. You feel like it's all connected...but how? JamPlay can help!

Play Outside of the Box With Open Tunings

Standard tuning is, well, standard. It provides incredible versatility and simplicity, but if it is the only tuning you use it can quickly start to get boring. Luckily, you don’t have to be boxed in by standard tuning.

Music Theory for New Guitarists

When you’re beginning to learn how to play guitar, it’s a good idea to get a basic grasp of music theory. You don’t have to know everything to be a good player, but knowing some will help you to make more informed choices of the notes and chords you play.

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