A couple of months ago I AskedMefi about online guitar lessons. You pointed me to a justguitar which worked out great! Now, could you do the same thing for piano, please? I recently acquired a crappy garage-sale electronic keyboard. I'm trying to learn how to play it! What I know about guitar has been minorly helpful (whole-whole-half etc.), but I'm really looking for online lessons, discrete, focused tutorials. Any suggestions are well appreciated!
Questions About best online guitar lessons
I am not too concerned about price, as long as I get better on guitar quickly. What's the best place for online guitar lessons?
i am looking for an online guitar lesson and do not know which one is good.
There are several goof guitar learning websites, and loads of really bad ones. Read some guitar lesson reviews to find the good ones. I've tried a few and the best one I have found that is really affordable is Center Stage Guitar Academy. w...
I have an electric guitar with an amplifier. I was told the guitar is what beginners use so it's nothing complicated I guess. I want to learn guitar but was wondering if you know of any free online lessons I can find that actually work and are useful.
Trying to decide whether to take guitar lessons in class or online and save money. I'm a beginner and my friend is kinda intermediate... he thinks(LOL). We want to get the best instruction, quick! I think it's the competition among teachers that makes some thumbs-down your answer, Switch. I gave it thumbs up.
I'm looking for a good online source for guitar lessons (many styles), accurate tab, and a good structure to the format and lessons. There seem to be many choices, but I thought some of you might have opinions on which is best.
1. Look for guitar lessons for your skill level and decide what teaching format works best for you. There are lessons from beginner to advanced and formats including written, audio and video. Using a combination of guitar teaching methods h...
I want guitar lessons online. I'm getting real ones soon but i want something to start with. videos would be the best. text with pictures second best. Thanks.
I want to take guitar lessons online...Who is the best for beginner acoustic or electric guitar?
Hello Ariah Jade, and welcome to the wonderful world of guitar playing! Learning to play the guitar should be easy and fun. One of the best ways to learn today is with online lessons. You really can learn how to play the guitar in just 15 m...
I have been playing guitar for 2 years. I already know all the major chords, minor chords, and some 7 chords. I know how to read tablature, the notes on the fretboard, and some basic strumming patterns. I can learn to play simple songs with a few chords pretty easily. What are the best free videos online where I can just go on everyday to practice and learn better techniques so that I can get better at barre chords, fingerpicking, scales, and music theory.
http://www.cyberfretbass.com/. A good for learning the bass guitar.... You can use youtube for additional tutorials and example videos. The best way to learn to play is to get the bass and start playing. The bass is an easy instrument to ge...
The "best" is a bit expensive, it costs $150 dollars and is actually a set of 20 DVDs. You can go much cheaper by taking online lessons.
my sister gets pissy. guitar is like her thing and she doesn't want me to learn, but i do. and don't tell me im being a bitch or she is because i respect her decision to a degree. so just where you think the best book or site or whatever.
Help me pick the best first instrument for a very small 6 year old. My daughter is six, and would like very much to play the guitar. The problem is that she's very small. She's too small to properly place her fingers on even a student guitar fret. There are other, cheaper, smaller guitars, but as you can imagine they aren't very good instruments. I've been reading online that some people start young guitar players with ukeleles instead. They're smaller, and apparently the chords are less complicated (which makes sense, since the ukeleles they're suggesting only have four strings.) Would that be a good way to start her out, and help her transition to the bigger guitar, once she grows into it? Should I just buy her a cheap tiny guitar and get her lessons? Or should I let her duke it out with an oversized guitar and hope she grows into it before she's too frustrated to want to play it? I don't play an instrument, so I don't know and I was hoping for some
Guitarfilter: Looking for the best online guitar instruction sites. By the best I mean any and all of the following: Multimedia, Comprehensive coverage of styles and skill levels, Lots of material and lessons, Professional presentation, availability of tabs. Would expect to pay, but don´t have any problem with free if such an animal exists. In the last few months I came across a couple of very impressive sites that meet the above criteria (also with downloadable tabs/sheet music - copyrighted stuff required a small fee each) but I cannot remember them or find them now. Any help would be much appreciated.
$1000, and I want to buy an electric guitar + accessories....what guitar should I get? So I have $1000, and I'm going to upgrade to a new guitar. I'm going to be giving my current setup (Fender Squier, practice amp, and other things like picks and a capo) to someone else as a gift. I'm going to be taking serious lessons in the summer, and I think it's worth it to buy a nice instrument. So I'm going to be buying quite a bit...I need the guitar, a case, possibly new strings, a practice amp, etc. I've got it all covered except the guitar itself. I'd like to spend around $500-600 on the guitar, but I could probably go up to $700 for something really awesome. After doing some research, I've noticed that the Epiphone Les Paul and Fender Strat and Telecaster are all in my price range, but I'm not sure which of those might be the best, or if I'm missing something important. So what would you guys recommend? I realize I need to play them to see for myself, but I'm interested
I'm an okay guitar player. How can I become a good one? I've been playing guitar off and on for over ten years now. I started out on bass, and am still a pretty competent bass player. I know how to practice, I can tell what I need to work on, and I can usually figure out ways to improve. With guitar, not so much. I picked up the acoustic guitar about a year after I started playing bass, and not long after, I sort of hit a wall and have never really become any better at it. I can play a decent number of songs, as long as they don't have any barre chords or many melodic bits that require any kind of finger gymnastics. (So, basically, I can strum and keep rhythm okay, as long as we're using open chords only.) What is the best way to improve? I'd love to get lessons but I'm worried about how expensive they are. Sometimes I'll try to learn songs on my own, but usually, I'll just find things that are already in my comfort zone. When I do try to move past that, I seem to h