I’ve been playing guitar for about 20 years. I’m pretty much entirely self taught. Like many of you I’m sure, I first learned by listening to records and trying to copy what I heard. Later on, I was shown or figured out all the first position cowboy chords, barre chords, and the minor pentatonic blues scale. And that’s kind of where my progress stopped. I’m skilled enough to where I can play most of the typical rock stuff and can turn up and wail a decent enough solo, but my chordal knowledge is severely limited. I know the basics, but mostly don’t know chord names or inversions or what notes to put in/take out to change them. My lead playing isn’t melodic...it doesn’t really “sing”. I’ve been stuck in the Clapton/Page/Hendrix/SRV mode of minor key blues-based noodling. I’ve bought a few books, but once they start talking about theory and modes and chord substitutions and whatnot my brain just kind of glazes over. I’m more of a show-me-and-I’ll-imitate-it kind of learner. Can anyone recommend some online videos that might be helpful?