List of lessons

I will list below the lessons I have uploaded to date and the order I recommend you look at them. People looking to start learning guitar should start at the very beginning while players who have already started can find where they are up to and continue from there. This is only a guide so it is okay to read some lessons out of order. Just make sure you meet the lesson requirements on each lesson before you try it.

Lessons on this blog

1. Part 1: Learning the parts of the electric guitar

2. Part 2: Learning the parts of the acoustic guitar

3. How to read tabs or tablature

4. How to hold the guitar and pick

5. Simple guitar exercises for beginners with VIDEO LESSON

6. How to tune your guitar: different methods

7. Simple songs for beginners to practice on guitar with VIDEO LESSON

8. More simple songs for beginners to practice on guitar with VIDEO LESSON

9. Learn to play basic open chords: Part 1 with VIDEO LESSON

10. Learn to play basic open chords: Part 2 with VIDEO LESSON

11. Learn to play basic open chords: Part 3 with VIDEO LESSON

12. Basic strumming pattern with open chords for beginners with VIDEO LESSON

13. More strumming patterns with open chords for beginners

Lessons on Tempomusicards.com written by Aaron

1. Holding the guitar the right way with VIDEO LESSON

2. 10 Steps to playing any chord with VIDEO LESSON

3. Simple exercises for beginners: Stretch! Part One with VIDEO LESSON

4. Practicing with a metronome: Basics 1

5. Basic songwriting – Part One: Chord Progressions

6. Learn and memorize chords faster

7. Playing chords with a capo

8. How to memorize 50 chords in 10 minutes a day

9. Understanding chord formulas and the major scale

10. How to figure out chords in any key

NOTE: There are now so many new lessons on the  Tempo Music Cards website that I can’t keep updating this list. For the full list of lessons I’ve written, please visit the Lessons section here

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