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The Ultimate Beginner to Expert Guitar Lessons Bundle - 9 Courses / 218 Lessons / Includes Videos - £13.88 Using Code @ Stack Social

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Always on the look out for guitar things, although never posted anything lesson wise... Now, there are lots of online options for learning instruments, with many free videos and articles to choose from. What I like about this, is that might be easier going course by course having that structure there and hopefully keeping you more focussed.

We all learn differently and at different rates, so it's just something to consider really. Totally ignore the RRP price though, that seems exceptionally high in my opinion. £13.88 though... It looks worth it for beginners and beyond, really. especially if you feel you're lacking in some of the areas that these courses cover.

There's a list below with all the different courses and information. You get all 9 courses, which contain a total of 218 lessons.

For this price Use code SMS10


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What's Included

Strumming for the Curious Guitarist
  • Access 14 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to strum the guitar correctly
  • Discover how to count beats & rests
  • Master your rhythm skills & discover how to read and write any rhythm
  • Strum like an awesome guitarist
  • Play rhythm guitar with confidence

Guitar Jam Method
  • Access 11 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn advanced jam skills
  • Unlock the complexities of the guitar
  • Jam by yourself or others without songs
  • Go deep & master the simplest guitar concepts
  • Become a true guitar master

Bluegrass for the Curious Guitarist
  • Access 19 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn 10 of the most common bluegrass songs
  • Understand the true bluegrass style of chord strumming
  • Learn all the guitar basics as a refresher
  • Play different rhythms to make chords exciting
  • Solo over any bluegrass song

Blues for the Curious Guitarist
  • Access 31 lectures & 7 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn to play real blues guitar
  • Learn blues chords in several positions
  • Discover the real soloing methods of the greatest blues players
  • Develop a swing feel in your blues playing
  • Master the major & minor blues.
  • Play some of the most popular blues songs

Jazz for the Curious Guitarist
  • Access 39 lectures & 11 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to play jazz guitar
  • Learn how to solo using every arpeggio
  • Explore extensive music theory to allow you to teach yourself
  • Play & construct any scale that exists
  • Learn all of the relative modes throughout the fretboard
  • Discover multiple advanced scales & soloing techniques
  • Understand chord progressions & practice jam examples

Ear Training for the Curious Guitarist

  • Access 12 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Master relative pitch
  • Hear & identify all musical pitches by ear
  • Learn how to use intervals
  • Play ear training games
  • Learn several pitch association techniques
  • Refresh your chromatic & major scales

Guitar Technique
  • Access 21 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Discover more than 20 guitar techniques
  • Learn hammer-ons & pulloffs, slides, and bends, trills & vibrato, fret-tapping, and more
  • Learn all about harmonics
  • Develop your own style

Guitar Lessons for the Curious Guitarist
  • Access 55 lectures & 24 hours of content 24/7
  • Play the guitar at an advanced level
  • Read & write your own music
  • Solo & improvise over any song in any key
  • Master rhythm & strumming
  • Understand, use, & play all arpeggios
  • Dive into scales & modes for soloing
  • Discover techniques like slides, pull-offs, harmonics, tapping, & more
  • Jam w/ other musicians or perform

Beginner Guitar Lessons Crash Course
  • Access 16 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to read tablature (tab)
  • Find every note on the guitar
  • Learn all the basic chords
  • Know how to solo over most songs
  • Learn how to strum
  • Discover techniques like pull-offs & slides

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MaverickH27/01/2022 10:35

This is actually brilliant so thanks for posting. My lad has Asperger's so …This is actually brilliant so thanks for posting. My lad has Asperger's so doesn't want 1-2-1 tuition with an irl tutor, yet is desperate to learn! Perfect solution


Let me know where to buy the tickets! Hope he enjoys it. I've got some other stuff I can add that might help him. 2 mins and I'll edit it in here.

Edit:

These are some free resources that should help and also go nicely with the lessons in this course.

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Tablature (or Tabs)
Tabs are basically a way of writing down how to play a song on guitar, without having to learn to read music. It's also much quicker to pick up and is something we should all do. Of course if you want to learn to read music and have the time, totally do!

Here's an article by Ultimate Guitar with all you need to know about reading tabs. The site is also loaded with tabs for you to start learning. See HERE to see the catalogue.

You can also use Songsterr, which will give you access to lots of tabs that you can hit the play button on and listen as you learn. It's really nice to be able to have the audio there as a guide for tempo too.

If you want to learn tablature using a video, then check this Acoustic Life video out on YouTube



Learning to play
Finally there's Marty Schwartz, this guy taught me so much back in the day, just from his videos. There are loads of lessons online, but I couldn't not mention Marty here :D‍
A couple of recommendations from his playlists:
Edited by: "Ken" 27th Jan
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This is actually brilliant so thanks for posting. My lad has Asperger's so doesn't want 1-2-1 tuition with an irl tutor, yet is desperate to learn! Perfect solution
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    Could this get you quite quickly to a point where you play some parts of songs you like?
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    PalG27/01/2022 10:23

    Could this get you quite quickly to a point where you play some parts of …Could this get you quite quickly to a point where you play some parts of songs you like?


    Hey, the speed of learning is an individual thing, really. There's no short-cuts as such, but there are tools (Such as YouTube videos and lessons) My advice would be to not try to rush to a certain point. If you put yourself under pressure, I think you can end up slowing the process of learning down.

    I prefer to get the basics down and build on it from there. For instance last week I spent 15-20 mins at a time learning an acoustic fingerstyle version of Yesterday by The Beatles. I usually play electric guitar and mostly progressive rock or metal. It's a big change of direction for me. After say 3 hours of practicing, I can play it with no big mistakes and I've built that up and added my own style to it.

    If I rushed, I'd probably get fed up and not bother. I'll always stop as soon as I feel any stress from learning new things, then come back to it. You've got to enjoy it I'd say the beginning stages of playing guitar are the most stressful, but just wait until you crack something you've been desperate to do... You'll be hooked for life.
    Edited by: "Ken" 27th Jan
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    This is actually brilliant so thanks for posting. My lad has Asperger's so doesn't want 1-2-1 tuition with an irl tutor, yet is desperate to learn! Perfect solution
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    MaverickH27/01/2022 10:35

    This is actually brilliant so thanks for posting. My lad has Asperger's so …This is actually brilliant so thanks for posting. My lad has Asperger's so doesn't want 1-2-1 tuition with an irl tutor, yet is desperate to learn! Perfect solution


    Let me know where to buy the tickets! Hope he enjoys it. I've got some other stuff I can add that might help him. 2 mins and I'll edit it in here.

    Edit:

    These are some free resources that should help and also go nicely with the lessons in this course.

    46776877-l7Dtx.jpg
    Tablature (or Tabs)
    Tabs are basically a way of writing down how to play a song on guitar, without having to learn to read music. It's also much quicker to pick up and is something we should all do. Of course if you want to learn to read music and have the time, totally do!

    Here's an article by Ultimate Guitar with all you need to know about reading tabs. The site is also loaded with tabs for you to start learning. See HERE to see the catalogue.

    You can also use Songsterr, which will give you access to lots of tabs that you can hit the play button on and listen as you learn. It's really nice to be able to have the audio there as a guide for tempo too.

    If you want to learn tablature using a video, then check this Acoustic Life video out on YouTube



    Learning to play
    Finally there's Marty Schwartz, this guy taught me so much back in the day, just from his videos. There are loads of lessons online, but I couldn't not mention Marty here :D‍
    A couple of recommendations from his playlists:
    Edited by: "Ken" 27th Jan
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    Ken27/01/2022 10:37

    Let me know where to buy the tickets! Hope he enjoys it. I've got some …Let me know where to buy the tickets! Hope he enjoys it. I've got some other stuff I can add that might help him. 2 mins and I'll edit it in here.


    He's a metalhead like me so you may need some earplugs with those tickets!
    And thank you so much, actual legend
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    MaverickH27/01/2022 10:41

    He's a metalhead like me so you may need some earplugs with those tickets! …He's a metalhead like me so you may need some earplugs with those tickets! And thank you so much, actual legend


    Haha, nah I'll be asking for it to be turned up to 11 I have a pretty wide eclectic musical taste, from Johnny Cash, to Metaillica, Iron Maiden, Dream Theater, Spock's beard, David Bowie, Jon Gomm, Mike Dawes, Steve Vai, Tim Minchin, Saxon, Boston, The Darkness, Pink Floyd, Queen... If my ears like it, I'm in
    Edited by: "Ken" 27th Jan
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    Ken27/01/2022 10:45

    Haha, nah I'll be asking for it to be turned up to 11 I have a pretty …Haha, nah I'll be asking for it to be turned up to 11 I have a pretty wide eclectic musical taste, from Johnny Cash, to Metaillica, Iron Maiden, Dream Theater, Spock's beard, David Bowie, Jon Gomm, Mike Dawes, Steve Vai, Tim Minchin, Saxon, Boston, The Darkness, Pink Floyd, Queen... If my ears like it, I'm in


    Nice mix there! I'm right there with you. Metal is where my heart is but I'm currently listening to P!NK
    I'll let him know he has his 2nd audience member
    And thank you again, that was super kind of you.
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    MaverickH27/01/2022 10:48

    Nice mix there! I'm right there with you. Metal is where my heart is but …Nice mix there! I'm right there with you. Metal is where my heart is but I'm currently listening to P!NK I'll let him know he has his 2nd audience member And thank you again, that was super kind of you.


    You're welcome!
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    How does this compare to Justin guitar ( justinguitar.com/ ) ?
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    GuruMeditationError27/01/2022 11:19

    How does this compare to Justin guitar ( https://www.justinguitar.com/ ) ?


    I have been around the block trying learning by myself and I can confidently say that nothing compares to Justin.

    Someone mentioned Marty above. Yes he is great, but still that one level down from Justin.

    That being said 1-on-1 every now and then for couple of months is like the push to next level as you might get too comfortable in your own space at home
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    Just to add to the previous recommendations, there are lots of guitar lessons on You Tube and, along with Marty Schwartz and Justin Guitar, I also use Country Song Teacher and Party Marty Easy Guitar.
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    There are still tickets available for Saxon's gig on Saturday night in Hammersmith :).
    Ken27/01/2022 10:45

    Haha, nah I'll be asking for it to be turned up to 11 I have a pretty …Haha, nah I'll be asking for it to be turned up to 11 I have a pretty wide eclectic musical taste, from Johnny Cash, to Metaillica, Iron Maiden, Dream Theater, Spock's beard, David Bowie, Jon Gomm, Mike Dawes, Steve Vai, Tim Minchin, Saxon, Boston, The Darkness, Pink Floyd, Queen... If my ears like it, I'm in

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    This looks very good. Ricky Comiskey is guitar YouTuber not be missed. youtube.com/c/R…key
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    Spend the £13 on a tuner and visit the YouTube.
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    +1 for Justin. Marty's great but Justin covers soooo much, and offers alot of learning tips
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    I've been playing for 33 years and just started 1-2-1 lessons in September last. I should have done it 30 years ago.
    This seems a great start but I definitely recommend going to a tutor. They see things you won't and will focus on your weakness,'s.
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