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Guitar Lesson Part 1

Guitar Lesson Part 1

Basic Acoustic Guitar #1 Guide to the Parts of an Acoustic Guitar Before learning how to play an acoustic guitar, it is beneficial for a beginner acoustic guitar player to learn the part of a guitar. In the event that you ever take lessons or talk to other players, you will be able to...
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How To Hold Guitar Lesson 2

How To Hold Guitar Lesson 2

Basic Acoustic Guitar #2 How to Hold and Strum an Acoustic Guitar In lesson 1, we learned all about the makeup or construction of an acoustic guitar. In this lesson, we will explore holding and strumming the acoustic guitar. Learning to play the acoustic is very similar in many ways to learning the electric...
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Guitar Chords G C And D

Before attempting your first chord, take your left hand and curl the thumb and fingers as though you were holding a racquetball.
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Guitar Chords A, E, Am, and Em

Guitar Chords A, E, Am, and Em

Basic Acoustic Guitar Lesson #4 In previous lessons we learned how to hold, strum and chord a few commonly used chords and chord forms for the beginner acoustic guitar player. Now we will build upon that foundation in order to help make more advanced lessons on barring and working up the fretboard easier when...
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D Form Barred Chord Guitar

D Form Barred Chord Guitar

Basic Acoustic Guitar Lesson #5 Using the D chord to learn more bar chords Basic – Intermediate guitar lesson: D form barred chord In earlier lessons we learned many of the open chord forms, C,A,G,E,D — and now we will learn the D form variants to learn how to move this form up and...
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Guitar Scale Practice

Guitar Scale Practice

This introduction to guitar scales can be practiced on acoustic or electric, and to get a better, more well-rounded set of skills, it does not hurt to practice on both kinds of guitars. Use this introductory scale practice on the acoustic or electric guitar as a warm up and foundation to build upon daily.
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