Best online acoustic Guitar lessons
- Intermediates and
- Advanced Players
- All styles of play
(just $19.95 per month for complete membership)
Sample of a nice intermediate acoustic lesson playing "Landslide" on the Jamplay Website
Jamplay has a slew of professionals (nearly 50) teaching everything from beginner acoustic guitar lessons to more advanced blues, rock, or lead electric guitar.
Sample of Biginner type lessons, starting from the very beginning, for the brand new player!
JamPlay.com is hitting it big in the guitar world and have grown to the largest online guitar lesson site since their launch in 2007. Their website is a membership only service which broadcasts high-definition video guitar lessons. They have brought together guitar instruction with interactivity... even allowing you to ask questions to their video instructors. They feature 4-5 guitar instructors to give you a selection in teaching methods (and have over 50 different professional guitar players and instructors), which is a big plus.
Here is a great introduction to some more edgy techniques on the electric guitar with Dennis Hedges.
This one is perfect for metal heads. Learn string skipping, speed bursts, and accent displacement.
They teach by "lesson set", which means there is order and consistency to your guitar learning track, instead of just flopping out a ton of small video clips. They start with the very basics like tuning your guitar, finger placement, and basic chords, and move on to finger-picking, palm muting, hammer ons, pull offs, and many more advanced topics as you progress through the lessons. We found this surprisingly good for the overall experience, because you can follow through these lesson sets just how you would with a normal guitar teacher. Biggest thing is, it's cheap as well because they get so many members.
Here is another example of just one of many intermediate / advanced techniques called economy picking by Emil Werstler!
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