Free Guitar Lessons Guitar Secrets offering online guitar lessons since 1998 Welcome to Guitar SecretsLead Guitar Made Easy This progression uses the guitar chords of D major, G major and A major. This is called a 1 – 4 – 5 progression in the key of D major. I’m trying to get the point across, […]Continue reading
Guitar Secrets, Lead Guitar Made Easy Guitar Secrets, over 150 online guitar lessons. We will begin to add some different types of guitar riffs, for both electric and acoustic guitar. This riff is in E minor. The chords used are Em, A5 and B5. The A5 and B5 are power chords. The timing is a […]Continue reading
Guitar Secrets, Free online Guitar Lessons Guitar Secrets, over 150 online guitar lessons. Welcome to Guitar Secrets Lead Guitar Made Easy 8 Guitar Progressions Every Guitar Player Must Learn Some of the guitar chords illustrated below, are going to be played in the open position. What does playing guitar chords in the open position mean? When […]Continue reading
Guitar Secrets Lead Guitar Made Easy Welcome to Guitar Secrets Lead Guitar Made Easy Guitar Progressions This guitar progression uses the guitar chords Am, F and G. The G chord uses the third inversion and starts on the D note. The notes of the G chord are G, B and D. It is important […]Continue reading
The Star Spangled Banner - Single note soloing
This lesson will help you understand and master the guitar fret-board. You will learn to play this song up and down the fret-board, using 4 different fingering types.
You will be amazed at how much you will learn with this guitar lesson. You can use either an acoustic or electric guitar. Imagine being on stage rocking out the National Anthem.You can do it, and it feels really cool playing this song. If you play electric guitar, crank it up a little.
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The lesson is available for instant download to your computer. You will learn how to use the C major scale, which incorporates 4 different fingering types. Not only will you learn how to play each fingering type, you learn how to use each scale by playing the Star Spangled Banner. There's no better way to learn how to play lead guitar. This lesson includes everything you need to learn how to solo.
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A Visual Learning Experience - Lead Guitar Made Easy
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The video below is an original song played in Em. The video explains a little about the chords and modes in the key of G major.
The video below is a Spanish guitar lesson.
The complete lesson explains the chords and guitar scales, such as the Phrygian mode and Phrygian Dominant scale.
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4th string root chords
|Notice that all the notes on the D string below are A notes. It is recommended that you learn how to play all these chords using a different root note. Move the root note up and down the fret-board and figure out the other chords as you move. You can use the blank guitar fret board illustrations to come up with your own chords.
Arpeggio Exercise in C Major
Learn to play a guitar arpeggio exercise using the chords of C, Dm, F and G. This exercise should be mastered. The fingering has been included for most of the chords. Notice that each note in the tablature is formed by the chord illustrated. To play this smoothly, your fingers must roll slightly. This means that you don't just finger the chords as normal. Go to the arpeggio lesson.