How to Learn Guitar Super Fast
Don't. Plain and simple, like any other skill there is no "fast" way to learn to play guitar. Learning any skill takes time and dedication. The best way to learn guitar "fast" is to dedicate as much time as you can to it and to get some good...
Find guitar notes on guitar fretboards with a Don't Fret Note Map™
Don’t Fret Guitar Note Finder Chart | Find guitar notes on guitar fretboards, guitar scales and easy guitar songs with a Don't Fret Note Map™ Play it easily
Memorize the Guitar Fretboard - Intermediate Guitar Lesson | Mumebo
A six-step program to learn finding any note in any position on the guitar quickly. Online and PDF versions. Includes illustrations and video.
Essential Music Theory Guides (With Free Printables!)
Whether you're just beginning to learn music theory or whether you've known it for years, it's always helpful to have a few handy guides laying around. Our music theory guides range from key signatures to
How to Learn Guitar Scales
Scales are an instrumental part of any musician's repertoire. They provide crucial building blocks for composition and improvisation in virtually every style and genre. Taking the time to master the most fundamental scales can make the...
CAGED System for Guitar
The CAGED system is a way of organizing the guitar fretboard in a meaningful way to allow you to play up and down the fretboard with ease.
CAGED Octave Shapes
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Play This Easy Shape ONCE a Day! (HUGE DIFFERENCE)
Understanding the guitar neck is one of the most important things to study as a guitar player. There are several important ideas that need to be explored whe...
8 Useful Facts About the Circle of Fifths
Video Cliffs: 0:00 – Intro 1:11 – Fact #1 – The Circle of Fifths Groups All 12 Major/Minor Pairs Together 3:17 – Fact #2 – The 6 Diatonic Chords for Every Key are Grouped Together on the Circle of Fifths 6:01 – Fact #3 – The I, IV, and V Chords and the i, iv,