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  • Total Guitar Online Store - Dvd guitar lessons, guitar software, dvd guitar instruction, guitar tab books, and more.
  • Learn and Master Guitar – is widely recognized as the best home instruction course for learning guitar available anywhere. This the only guitar instructional dvd package you”ll ever need.
  • How to Play Guitar
  • Learn How to Play Guitar | Free Beginner Guitar Lessons-
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  • TrueFire Guitar Lessons
  • Guitar Repair Bench – A site dedicated to providing the best instructional articles about guitar repair, maintenance, and guitar building on the web, so you can repair your own guitars.
  • Rock guitar lessons | best electric guitar lessons – Quality rock guitar lessons for beginners and advanced players. Rock guitar legends transcriptions.
  • Learn how to master the guitar. The best resource for learning acoustic, electric guitar and in general learning to play the guitar.
  • Webdezined - Like Total Guitar? Want a site just like it? Quality websites, affordable prices. WordPress, osCommerce, Joomla.
  • Bleed – Official Bleed website. Band features recording artists Robin McAuley and Dave Bates.
  • Bjorn Englen – Bassist for Yngwie Malmstein and Bleed.
  • 30 Round Clip – Official 30 Round Clip website. Band features Dave Bates on guitar and Rick Steel (Drum TV) on drums.
  • Robin McAuley – Lead vocalist for the band MSG through the late 80’s and early 90’s. Robin’s distinctive vocals and lyrics are heard on some of the bands most popular and biggest selling CDs. Robin is featured on the Bleed cd.
  • Jason Becker – Inspiring guitar player and human being. Never give up!
  • Black Star – A Tribute to the Music of Yngwie Malmsteen. Dave Bates on guitar.
  • Francesco Fareri – Killer guitarist.
  • Instrumental Music – Get guitar lessons by Dave Bates in person here!
  • Guitarbuzz  – All guitar stuff.
  • TablEdit – Excellent Tablature Editor and more.
  • All Guitar Chords – Chord finder, including split chords and chord variations. Also features standard and exotic guitar scales.
  • Kronodale – Cool Guitars.
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  • Robert Conti Jazz Guitar Learning Products – DVDs, Books, Lessons By Mail – No modes, no scales – Learn to actually PLAY jazz guitar with Robert Conti
  • Guitar Alliance: Tab and Video Lessons
    Guitar Alliance guitar lessons are the fastest way to increase your guitar playing abilities. With guitar tab, audio, video, and more. A complete guitar instruction course.
  • All Guitar Chords – Chord finder, including split chords and chord variations. Also features standard and exotic guitar scales.
  • Guitar Lessons – GuitarLessons.com is here to serve YOU. Whether you are just starting out on the guitar, or you’ve been playing for years, there is something for everyone. GuitarLessons.com is packed with over 150 free video guitar lessons, gear reviews, famous guitarist bios, jam tracks, a forum and much more!
  • Rock-lessons.com – Rock guitar lessons in Ct serving Lebanon, Colchester, Hebron, Norwich and surrounding area’s. Private one on one and correspondence lessons. Log on to find out more!
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  • Music Lesson – Musician’s Works has banjo tablatures, bluegrass information, cartoons, jokes, jazz, banjo lessons, and other banjo stuff. Musician’s Works wants its students to be in the jam session, on the stage, and in the recording studio.
  • Instrument Wire – Musical Instruments Classifieds
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  • Online Drum Lessons – Get step by step drumming lessons and tips here.
  • Guitar Lessons – We believe that your learning curve is most effective if you are having fun at the same time. Musiciansworks.net strives to inspire students to find their own unique style and to help them become great guitarists.

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Online Guitar Lessons

June 9th, 2011 No comments

Total Guitar features free online guitar lessons with tab and audio files. We have lessons on the lydian mode, arpeggios, speed guitar, finger tapping, guitar scales, guitar chords, how to play guitar like Yngwie, and guitar improvisation.

These free lessons feature instruction by Dave Bates. Dave co-founded Total Guitar in 1998. Check out his Dave’s bio here

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Eddie Van Halen

May 28th, 2011 No comments

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Eddie Van Halen
Name: Eddie Van Halen
DOB: January 26, 1955
From: Pasadena, California
Bands: Mammoth, Van Halen
Guitars: EVH
Amplifiers: EVH
Links: Official Site, Facebook, Twitter

Eddie Van Halen Guitar

Van Halen: 30 Classics from the Legendary Guitar God
$24.95

Eddie Van Halen is one of the most technically flawless guitarists to ever handle a pick. His band had a large impact on the world of rock music but arguably the biggest impact Eddie made was on future guitarists who would imitate his innovative style. To many people Eddie Van Halen is the face of 80s rock. He forever changed the way electric guitarists will play their instruments and is now recognized as living, breathing rock royalty.

In 1977 Van Halen got their big break when Gene Simmons of KISS saw a show at a club in Hollywood. He financed the creation of their first demo tape. Shortly after, Warner Bros. signed the band to a record deal. By 1978 they released their first self-titled debut album which met with immediate success, soaring as high as #19 on Billboard’s chart of pop albums in 1978. The first single released by the band, a cover of the Kinks "You Really Got Me", reached the top 40 on Billboard’s chart.

The band released four more albums in the four years that followed: Van Halen 2 (1979), Woman and Children First (1980), Fair Warning (1981), and Diver Down (1982). While these albums were successful by the standards of most bands they failed to match their original album in both sales and impact. Then in 1984 the band released the album MCMLXXXIV, usually shorthanded as 1984, which proved to be arguably one of the greatest rock albums ever recorded.

Eddie Van Halen Guitar

Quick Licks – Van Halen Style
$19.95

Eddie’s approach to the guitar involves several distinctive components. His innovative use of two-hand tapping (in "Eruption"), natural and artificial harmonics, and tremolo picking combining with his rhythmic sensibility and melodic approach is what makes him a guitar legend. Eddie’s tapping technique, in which he uses both hands on the guitar neck, is his most well known attribute as a guitarist.

A crucial part of Van Halen’s sound is his use of the Floyd Rose fulcrum vibrato for electric guitars. Developed in the mid-20th century, early versions of this device allowed the guitarist to impart a vibrato to a chord or single string via movement of the bar with the picking hand.

Another unique aspect of Eddie’s playing is the tone his licks generate. Van Halen’s unique sound is generated by using a stock 100-watt Marshall amp, a Variac, and a "Frankenstrat" guitar. The "Frankenstrat" is Eddie’s name for the guitar that he constructed from a Charvel factory body and neck, a vintage Gibson P.A.F. humbucker pickup sealed in surfboard wax (to reduce microphone feedback), a pre-CBS Fender tremolo bridge, and a single volume control. The "Frankenstrat" has become one of the most famous guitars in rock history.

Learn to shred like Eddie Van Halen.



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Notes on the Guitar Neck

January 21st, 2011 No comments
Notes on the Guitar Neck

Notes on the Guitar Neck $11.99

Why do you need to learn all the notes on the guitar neck? Because knowledge of where each guitar note is on an instrument is absolutely basic to any serious study of it. You must know where all the notes are to understand how to create chords and how guitar scales are formed.

On a 6 string guitar with standard tuning the notes on the guitar neck start with an E on the top string when the string is played open.

If you press down on the first fret on the top E string you’ll now be playing an F. As you move one step up the fret board, you also move one note up the musical scale.

This is the the standard 12-step musical scale, starting on E:

E – F – F# – G – G# – A – A# – B – C – C# – D – D#

Here is a diagram of the frets and notes on the guitar neck. We only go to the 12th fret because then it repeats.

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The most important part of improvising guitar is to know where all the notes on the guitar neck are. You should be able to glance at any note on the fretboard and know its name. If you don’t know what guitar notes you are playing you will find improvising extremely difficult.

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Chord Paper

January 21st, 2011 No comments
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Wall Charts

January 21st, 2011 No comments
Guitar Master Chord Wall Chart

Guitar Master Chord Wall Chart
$8.99

Rock Guitar Master
Chord Wall Chart
$8.99

Guitar Scale Wall Chart

Guitar Scale
Wall Chart
$8.99

Guitar Theory Wall Chart

Guitar Theory Wall Chart
$8.99

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Learn Guitar in 21 Days

January 18th, 2011 No comments
Learn Guitar in 21 Days<br />

Learn Guitar in 21 Days

Learn Guitar in 21 Days will teach you all you need to know to play hundreds of your favorite songs on guitar with 8 simple chords, a few simple strums and a basic understanding of how music works.

Thousands of popular songs can be played with 8 simple chords or less. Simply learn the A chord, D chord and E chord and you’ll be able to play hundreds of blues, folk and rock songs. Play your favorite songs on guitar with this 21 day guitar lessons dvd course.

Price: $19.95 Learn Guitar in 21 Days

Free Video Guitar Lesson:
Learn Guitar in 21 Days. Free video feature 5 awesome lessons from the guitar dvd. 

Click on the image to launch the video player.  

Features:
• Picture-In-Picture Video Instruction
• Tab and Notation
• Power Tab
• Practice Rhythm Tracks
• Printed Manual

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Moveable Power Chords

December 22nd, 2010 No comments

Guitar Method features over 180 step by step lessons. Guitar Method features songs in a variety of genres to make learning fun and memorable including Rock, Blues, Folk, Country, and Classical!

Beginner Guitar Lessons - Moveable Power Chords

Guitar Method

Includes multi track audio playback of hit songs popularized by well-known artists, such as:

  • Bob Dylan – Knockin on Heaven’s Door
  • Rolling Stones/The Doors – Little Red Rooster
  • The Steve Miller Band – Rock N Me
  • Heart – Dreamboat Annie
  • Rod Stewart/Tom Waits – Downtown Train
  • The Grateful Dead – Uncle John’s Band
  • More..

Price: $59.95 Beginner Guitar Lessons - Moveable Power Chords

Free Video Guitar Lesson: Moveable Power Chords – This video clip is from Lesson 80 of the eMedia Guitar Method CD-ROM. It will teach you how to play movable or closed position power chords

 

Hammer On & Pull Off

December 22nd, 2010 No comments

Guitar Master by eMedia will teach you to play guitar for real with over 100 audio and video enhanced rock guitar lessons. Techniques taught include movable power chords, barre chords, effects pedals, yanks, hammer-ons, pull-offs, palm muting, distorted riffs, the blues scale, using feedback, the whammy bar and more! 

Guitar Master - Hammer Ons and Pull Offs

Guitar Master

Includes hit songs, such as:

  • Paranoid – Black Sabbath
  • You Really Got Me – Van Halen
  • Lake of Fire – Nirvana
  • Tired of Waiting for You – Green Day
  • All Day and All of the Night – Kinks
  • Don’t Fear the Reaper – Blue Öyster Cult
  • Tomorrow – Silverchair
  • All Right Now – by Free
  • More..

Price: $49.95 Guitar Master - Hammer Ons and Pull Offs

Free Video Guitar Lesson: Hammer Ons – This video clip is from Lesson 38 of the eMedia Guitar Master CD-ROM. It demonstrates how to play hammer ons and pull offs.

 

Gibson’s Learn & Master Guitar Review

September 9th, 2010 No comments
Learn and Master Guitar Lessons Dvd

Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar

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$249.00
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Learn and Master Guitar

 

Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar is a complete set of dvd guitar lessons developed to teach you how to play the guitar. Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar contains 20 Dvds, 5 Jam Along CDs, the Learn and Master Lesson Book, and Unlimited Access to the Student Support Site. Professional instruction provided by Steve Krenz.

This is an excellent program for the beginner. The dvd guitar lessons start with the parts of the guitar, names of the strings, and proper right and left hand technique. Tuning, how to read tab, and chords are covered next. On screen examples are provided. Lessons are also supplied via the Learn and Master lesson book. This book contains diagrams of everything covered on the dvd. This enables you to watch the video and follow along with the book or even refer back to the book when you don’t have access to the lesson. 

I have found Steve to be a terrific instructor. He is very patient and very encouraging. Everything is explained thoroughly. He even quizzes you on what he teaches during the lesson to help you remember the lesson. At the end of each lesson are tips and assignments. There is also a "Bonus Workshop" where Steve recaps the lesson. The lessons are broken up into pieces with just the right amount of information included so you learn at your own pace. Each lesson builds on the info from the previous lesson.

This is not a "Learn Overnight" course. As Steve explains "Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar is not designed to teach specific songs. The course is designed to give you the playing skills and tools you need to play the songs you eventually want to play".

There is no monthly fee so you can take as long as you need to learn each lesson. There is an "Estimated Time To Learn" printed in your lesson book which is approximately 2 weeks per lesson. That being said, the entire 20 piece course should take less than a year to complete.

Learn & Master offers a 60-day money back guarantee and includes free online support for students, including a forum. Full access is free with your purchase of the program.

Learn more at LearnandMasterGuitar.com
 

Learn and Master Guitar

Price: $149.00 Learn and Master Guitar

 

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