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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Stardog75, Jan 31, 2020.
Nice I'm gonna check that out.thank you
I've never subscribed for online lessons, but two guys who look good are Eric Haugen and Scott Paul Johnson. Haugen for his depth of knowledge and general playing, Johnson for his excellent graphics.
I really like Rich Seversons stuff. Check out https://www.99centguitarlessons.com/index.html
If you decide to get real serious he has guitarcollege.com also.
Fender Play comes free, for a time, if you buy stuff. I got it for a while when I bought my Tele, and somewhere I have another coupon that came with my Mirror Image pedal.
You can also check out Anyone Can Play Guitar. You might have to add “Adrian” to the search, to avoid the Radiohead song. Adrian has a nice smattering of songs, scales, licks, concepts, advice, etc. across a wide range of styles. I think he’s a good teacher. I’ve joined his Patreon so I can get the tabs, etc.
Actually, here’s the links.
Shut up and play for learning songs.
I’ve been very pleased with the content, quality, and accuracy of the Truefire lessons. I’m not 100% sure if they have the licks/scales you are after, but they have a variety so...maybe.
Some of these instructional websites offer a free trial period, so you may be able to take advantage of some of those to see which might be the best for you.
I like and regularly use Signals Music Studio, MusicTheoryForGuitar, and anyonecanplayguitar.co.uk all on youtube.