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This is the Soundtrack Tutorial from David Blair

David Blair is a friend of #introguitar and our music department who has made a living in recent years performing and recording his songs in Germany, where a few of them have recently made their way onto the radio! In… Continue Reading →

Using a Capo

Hey again, 2 videos from me this weekend. Sorry about that! Anyway, I thought I’d post a video on some of the ways I use a capo. I’ve used one for almost as long as I’ve been playing guitar, and… Continue Reading →

Two Minute Tutorial: Dion’s “Runaround Sue”

An acoustic cover and a new assignment sub-category in one. Allow me to introduce the Two Minute Tutorial, featuring Dion’s “Runaround Sue.” Here is a tab to play along with (ironically enough tabbed by a gent for Ultimate-Guitar named Josh… Continue Reading →

Tutorial to The Scientist – John

learn from this song

One more time with this thing

So here I am again babbling on about Van Morrison’s Wild Night one more time. That riff that goes on throughout the song is built out of the G major pentatonic scale, which is a good thing to know. Here’s… Continue Reading →

Tunings and Timing

Hey there, here’s a video that covers a Billy Bragg song, No One Knows Nothing Anymore, which is off of his latest CD. As mentioned in the video, I played it with my guitar tuned down a full step which… Continue Reading →

Alternate Tunings

Here’s a short intro to the possibilities of open g tuning Pete

Instructional: How to play “Wild Night” by Van Morrison

  An introduction to a song we’ve been learning in class this last week, the classic by Van Morrison, “Wild Night.” For quick reference, the song has three basic components (but here is the full version of the chords and… Continue Reading →

Reading a chord chart

  Here’s a little 4 minute lesson on how to read a chord chart, mainly for beginners.

Palm muting and fretting hand muting

  Two key techniques that take you from an absolute beginner to someone who sounds like they know what they are doing. Fretting hand muting is an essential – simply because it stops your fingers hurting. If you don’t want… Continue Reading →

Instructional: Electric rhythm/lead parts for ballads.

As requested by Bryan Jackson, Rhythm/Lead parts in a Hendrix ballad feel. Basically the deal is moving chord-shapes around – and is something that would come easily to people moving between acoustic and electric. Further requests always welcome. p.s: If… Continue Reading →

Chords for island in the sun

The chords to island sun: Em, am, D, G

Instructional: How to Change Strings

  Thanks, Chris, for this succinct how to – and for letting my guitar be the demo!

Picking Segment in Whistle by Flo-rida tutorial

How to palm mute by Jaydon and Kevin

Too confused on how to upload and edit.. so it’s late..   oh well. How to palm mute!    

How to: Extension for Let it Be

Our Beginner’s Tutorial | How to Transition

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How To Play the Riff on Banana Pancakes by Jack Johnson

IN ADVANCE, i really don’t know how to make tutorials so if you cant follow it then I apologize. Im posting this for the sole purpose of getting an A. It sounds better when a professional does it like anyone… Continue Reading →

Donnie and Donna – a visit from the Songwriting Coursera MOOC

Hey all So I’m getting back into this digital learning thing after having a bunch of stuff on my analogue plate for a while.  I just jumped into my first time really participating in this big world of Coursera, and… Continue Reading →

Apps for Guitar

I thought I’d make a little video to show some of the apps that I use for guitar on my iPad. There’s a ton of things out there for learning guitar and this is but a few of the ones… Continue Reading →

Apps for Guitar

I thought I’d make a little video to show some of the apps that I use for guitar on my iPad. There’s a ton of things out there for learning guitar and this is but a few of the ones… Continue Reading →

James Taylor teaches Guitar, too

  Referred by the excellent blog, Open Culture, folk founding father James Taylor has been using his Youtube channel to teach the Internetz his classic catelogue: You can take lessons straight from James Taylor, the singer-songwriter himself. On his YouTube channel/web site,… Continue Reading →

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