MOST RECENT GUITAR LESSON VIDEOS

*Bonus lesson for Premium Members. Learn how to play this B.B. King style lead.

Learn how to play a T-Bone Walker style rhythm and lead in this blues guitar lesson.

Learn how to play an Albert King inspired lead on electric guitar (key of G)

In this guitar lesson, I’ll show you how to change scales as the chords change - Follow up to EP099

In this guitar lesson, I’ll show you how to improvise over chords and will give you a set of licks that you can use.

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play an easy "spacey" sounding lead guitar part with a Tremolo.

Learn how to play a classic Chicago blues style rhythm and lead in the style of Jimmy Rogers.

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play a ragtime blues in the key of C on acoustic guitar (with no accompaniment).

Learn how to play an up-tempo blues, funk rhythm in this lesson that focuses on strumming and timing.

In this guitar lesson, you'll learn how to play a solo blues solo on electric guitar with no accompaniment.

In this lesson, learn how to play a guitar solo using various chord voicings up the neck of the guitar.

Part 2 of 2. In this lesson, learn the lead part to the rock / country guitar lesson

Part 1 of 2. In this lesson, learn a driving, up-tempo rock / country style rhythm on electric guitar.

In this guitar lesson, learn how to play a funky, bluesy rhythm and a Hubert Sumlin style lead

In this lesson, learn how to play chord voicings in different positions on the neck, along with fills in-between the chords.

In this lesson, learn how to play a Lightnin' Hopkins style acoustic blues with a pick.

Learn how to jam with this slow groove in D, and how to play lead fills in-between the chords

Learn to play a classic Bo Diddley style rhythm shuffle and lead. Works for both acoustic or electric guitar.

In this lesson, learn how to play this original fingerstyle composition in Drop D tuning.

Learn how to play an acoustic blues with a pick with no accompaniment. Alternate between rhythm and lead.

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