Best Beginner Guitar Lessons and They’re Free

Sam LyonsHi there, aspiring guitarists. I’m Sam Lyons, aka The Master of Teaching Guitar. If you are wanting to know more about playing guitar and would like a totally free course, well guess what? I have created one for you.

It’s my best 38 lessons that I teach to all my one-on-one students. I’ve been teaching guitar for over 40 years now and I put together the first 38 lessons.

Now, if you were coming to me for lessons, that would be hundreds of dollars worth of lessons. My one-on-one lessons are fairly expensive, because my time is valuable, and so I charge a lot of money if you are taking lessons with me one-on-one here in my private studio.

But I wanted to create a course for people that were in Australia, or in Canada, or in Japan, or in Louisiana, where I’m from, or where ever you are. So, if you would like to take advantage of that, the links for each lesson are below. There is no catch to it, no trial period, no money required, you don’t have to submit your credit card info or anything like that. It’s just free 38 videos for you below. And they are arranged in order, step-by-step, because I wanted to make something that was very easy for you.

So what I wanted to do is create something that you like the way that I teach, and your wanting to know more, and you trust me in helping you in your learning guitar journey. So you can get started now with my proven step-by-step course below. It is fail-proof if you follow each lesson in the order shown and do what I teach you to do. It’s a great way to get started and get a solid foundation for you for free. So get started below today.

Still FREE!

Friends have suggested that I should give a few lessons away for free, then charge people to get the rest of the lessons on the site. This is not how I want things to be! Please appreciate that this requires a lot of time, effort, and expense on my part. So if you *Enjoy my free guitar lesson videos, *My hard work has inspired you in some way, *My resources have improved you as a musician, *You think my efforts are worth at least the equivalent of a guitar lesson, *You think you’ve gained some value thanks to my  efforts, *You think it would be sad if these resources were no longer available… then please click here to make a donation.  All donations, no matter how small, will be greatfully appreciated. You will be taken to my secure donations page where you will be able to donate using your credit/debit card or by using your PayPal account. And remember all my friends, please let me know how I can help. I’m Sam Lyons, aka The Master of Teaching Guitar.

01. Common Questions About Learning Guitar

02. Parts Of The Guitar

03. Guitar Accessories You May Need

04. How To Tune Your Guitar

05. Tips On Choosing A Guitar,

06. How To Play The C Chord

07. How To Play G7 Chord,

08. How To Strum C And G7 Chords,

09. How To Play F Chord,

10. How To Change Guitar Chords Quickly,

11. How To Play The G Chord,

12. Playing Your First Song ,

13. How to play strumming patterns on guitar,

14. How to play rhythm guitar

15. How to play the D chord on guitar,

16. How to play the A chord on guitar,

17. Proper finger placement and body posture on guitar,

18. How to play the E chord on guitar,

19. How to play A7 chord on guitar,

20. How to play D7 chord on guitar,

21. How to play Am (Minor) chord on guitar,

22. How to play the C7 chord on guitar,

23. How to play I’m so lonesome I could cry – Hank Williams,

24. How to play Em (Minor) chord on guitar,

25. Playing guitar chords inside the box,

26. How to play the E7 chord on the guitar (3 Different Ways),

27. Boogie Woogie guitar lesson,

28. How to play major chords on guitar,

29. House of the rising sun chords,

30. Knuckle technique helps you play guitar chords easily,

31. Amazing grace chords and lyrics,

32. How to string a guitar,

33. Online metronome for practicing your speed on guitar,

34. G-C-D7 guitar chords made easy,

35. Happy birthday to you song with chords,

36. Learn “You Are My Sunshine” on guitar,

37. Playing the C and G7 chords with one finger,

38. Playing G and Em (minor) chords on guitar easy one finger technique