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Guitar Lessons for Beginner Guitar Players

Learn all the core fundamentals for playing the guitar in a methodical and step by step way and achieve your guitar goals.

Guitar Lessons for Beginner Guitar Players

Learn all the core fundamentals for playing the guitar in a methodical and step by step way and achieve your guitar goals.
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Welcome to my Key to Success: Beginner Guitar Course! After watching the Intro video, please print the documents that you will use throughout the course. They will be very helpful. Enjoy your journey through the course and achieving your guitar goals!
The first module is mostly for those who are very new to the guitar. But regardless, you will pick up some tips that you may never have learned before. Enjoy getting all set up with these videos and then head on over to the next module where you'll learn the easiest chords on the guitar!
This course does not require you to be able to read notes. It's up to you if you wish to check out resources to learn how to read notes.
In this module, you will begin to understand the very fundamentals of guitar and music. I will explain concepts to you that you will understand more and more as you progress through the course. No need to try to memorize and understand everything now! I will teach you the easiest chords on the guitar to get you started playing the guitar and making music! Let the fun begin!!
Your first chord!! Congrats! Make sure to have the "Chord Diagrams" PDF handy for learning the chords (Found in the Introduction section).
Play the Em, Asus2, and Dsus2 chords all in one chord progression! This is really where the rubber meets the road in terms of eventually learning to strum through your favorite songs. Exciting! Make sure to have the "Chord Progressions" PDF handy for all the chord progressions.
Get that strumming hand working with another strum pattern!
Learn how to find your favorite songs online and how to approach playing them! *Note that you do not need to learn a song in order to continue on in the course. Learn the songs on your own time and little by little. For a thorough approach to learning the songs, check out a YouTube tutorial. Make YouTube your university for learning songs on the guitar! I have learned so many things from tutorials on YouTube. This course will give you a method and road map to learning guitar, which is very difficult to do on your own searching for random tutorials (that's why I made it :) ), but understanding how to use YouTube to learn songs is very valuable. Even the pros do it! Funny story, Brad Paisley used a YouTube tutorial to relearn one of his solos because he hadn't played it in so long!
Now you will learn chords that work well in the Key of A (which is a very popular key to learn songs in!). You will see that all these chords are just building off of the chords you learned in the Key of E Minor. Again, don't worry if you aren't understanding certain concepts like the whole "Key of..." part. It'll make more sense as you work through this course :).
Like the Dsus2 chord but just one more finger!
Similar to the Em chord but just add one more finger!
Play the A, D, and E chords all in one chord progression! Again, this is really where the rubber meets the road in terms of eventually learning to strum through your favorite songs. Start slow. Work on certain sections of the progression like strumming A a few times, then D a few times. Back and forth. Then try another chord transition. Doing this little by little will really help when you go to strum the whole chord progression. And ultimately, learning to focus in on a particular chord transition will be very beneficial when learning to strum through songs. It's the exact same concept!
Learning different strum patterns will really help you to start motoring through chord transitions and ultimately songs. Especially working on a couple of different strum patterns for the same chord progression. You'll start to get really comfortable switching from chord to chord! And of course, your strum hand will feel a lot more natural strumming.
What an easier way to get started learning to play through a song then Happy Birthday. It's familiar and I'm sure you'll be able to put it into action for the next birthday you attend! Actually, playing Happy Birthday with a group of people is very good because it gets you playing in front of people but also there's not too much pressure because if you mess up, everyone knows the song and can just keep on singing! Remember, you don't have to be able to play a song solid to move forward in the course. But just chip away at it if you can :) (Download Happy Birthday PDF from the Introduction section).
Onward and upward! You are going to continue to learn very useful chords used in hundreds of songs. Enjoy! Remember to keep those fret hand fingers nice and curved and keep your palm off the neck of the guitar as best you can :)
Finally the most famous chord on the guitar! It's not the easiest, but again, practice little by little, even just play a couple of strings at a time, and eventually, you'll get it! Play it a little bit each day. The consistent practice will really help you!
Such a colorful chord. Part of what's called the "7" chords. You will see a lot of these types of chords in blues especially. In fact, later in the course, you will use the A7 chord as part of the E Blues!
Try the new strum pattern out on the previous chord progressions as well!
Remember, you don't have to be able to play a song solid to move forward in the course. But just chip away at it if you can :)
Another popular way to play the Em7 chord! Yes, a chord can be played differently. You may see the G chord especially played differently when exploring YouTube videos and other online resources. Just pick one way to play it and go with that for now. Eventually, it's good to know the different ways to play various chords.
Beautiful chord! Very popular. Especially for singer/songwriters like Ed Sheeran, John Mayer, Taylor Swift, etc. Used also a lot in contemporary church music.
Also a very popular chord! This is a true "C" chord. The Cadd9 is used in place of a C chord a lot. Especially in the Key of G. If in doubt, play this C chord whenever you see "C".
This is one of the most useful chord progressions you can know on the guitar. This progression is very similar to hundreds of songs that are in the Key of G! It would do you well to make sure you can play this very smoothly. Practice it lots. Then when you go to learn a song that is in the Key of G, you will be very well prepared to learn it! Yes the chord transitions in those songs may be a little different, and there may be some new chords you haven't seen, but knowing this chord progression will equip you incredibly well to learn those things. Exciting!!
Congrats on beginning your understanding of Scales! It will really help you in understanding guitar and music in general. Don't be discouraged if you are struggling to wrap your mind around it. Just keep going through the course and it'll make sense more and more. Enjoy!
A very popular scale used all the time for riffs, solos, etc. Enjoy!
Once you start to understand the major scale concept, it will open many doors! Again, so many riffs, solos, etc use the major scale.
This is an awesome lesson to really understand the major scale and also how to read tab (which is very important for learning guitar). I wish I had a tutorial like this when I was learning scales. The active diagrams make it very easy to learn the scale and the concepts taught would benefit even advanced players. But of course, it can easily be learned by a beginner! If you can camp out on this lesson for a little bit of time to understand everything as best you can, it would really do you well. But no worries if the concepts are too confusing like "Note Names" and "Scale Degrees". Do what you can then continue on in the course and the concepts will start to make more sense. Enjoy!!
This is where it really gets fun! Riffs (short melodies) are making music from the scales. This is what you hear all the time in songs and solos. Remember to have the "Riff Diagrams" handy (from the Introduction section). Have a blast!
Now you get to take a solo! Never thought you'd be playing a solo as a beginner hey? :) I'm so excited to teach you to do this because, again, you are learning concepts a beginner can understand and implement but are also used by advanced players. Have fun!
Rock and roll! You essentially now have the "trade secrets" to soloing. And music in general for single-note melodies (playing a few notes, then pausing, then playing a few more, etc). This type of exercise is a killer to have for understanding riffs and solos. Again, I know the concepts are a little above a beginner level, but you can still implement the riffs and play along without having to understand everything that is going on. That's ok! Just do what you can and then move on in the course. You can always come back to it later when you are more comfortable with playing the guitar.
This is where you'll really learn how to rock with that edgy rock! The minor pentatonic is used in almost any classic rock song you can think of from Led Zepplin to AC/DC. But also used in many other genres like blues, jazz, pop, singer/songwriter, folk, etc. It's simple yet so fun to use!
Practice slowly. Then build up speed later. Focus on accuracy first.
Very cool scale. Again, used in so many rock songs and music in general. It can be very beautiful even though it's the "darker" sound.
Again, don't worry if the "Note Names" and "Scale Degrees" part is way above you right now. Just play through the scale the best you can (even if you can't say the names and degrees as you play) and those things will make more sense further down the road.
Let the minor fun begin! Really listen for the "minor sound". It'll help to develop your ear.
Really listen to the "minor sound". It's very cool!
You know the drill.......enjoy rocking out in the Key of E Minor!
My inspirational speech on scales :)
The blues is responsible for almost all music that comes out of Western Music influence. It has influenced everything from country to jazz to rock to fusion to metal to pop to.....well modern-day blues! Even if you aren't a blues fanatic (I don't expect everyone to be :) ), it is still very important to learn the fundamental concepts of the blues for any musical genre you pursue. Once you have a good grasp of the blues, it will really open doors for your playing! And who doesn't love a killer blues solo?!?
Here we go! How exciting to be learning the blues?! Really listen to the "bluesy" sound. Enjoy!
Here's a familiar chord :)
The classic "12 Bar Blues". Huge influence on rock and roll from Chuck Berry to Led Zepplin to Kings of Leon!
Time to get your groove on! Did I mention all these blues concepts are a huge influence on a rock? :)
Talking about the blues!
Here is a fun extra tutorial on power chords. Power chords are used in tonnes of songs and throughout all sorts of music when there is a "rock-driven" part of a song. You can really rock out with power chords! Try to play all power chords through the chord progressions in the previous modules. For example, instead of a G chord (in the Key of G), you could play a G power chord. Instead of a C chord, play a C power chord, etc. You don't always want to do that. But for really rocking and driven music, they come in very useful! Eventually, if you get an electric guitar and have distortion, power chords sound awesome!
The E Blues Scale is used all the time in classic rock and is a huge influence on rock and country and jazz. But it honestly is used in almost any genre! The blues scale is one of the most fascinating scales in the world. Almost any person on the earth would be happy to hear a little soulful blues riff thrown into any song. That's how awesome it is!
Here we go! If you can try and understand the "Scale Degrees" it would really help better understand the sound of the blues scale. Especially the "Flatted 5th" or "Flat 5" or "b5". But again, just learn what you can then move along as it will make more sense further down the road.
Ok, so this may be a stretch. Even if this is too challenging for now, watch as I play through the scale and you can see how playing scales higher up the fretboard can sound really cool! Otherwise, feel free to revisit this another time.
Feel that soulful blues sound!
You are playing a quintessential blues/rock type solo here. Congratulations! Enjoy!
The 12 Bar Blues is a very standard chord progression that thousands of musicians use to jam with others. If you can get comfortable playing for this both soloing and playing the rhythm guitar part (E Blues Shuffle), then you will be able to jam out with other musicians!
If you haven't already, try playing and singing to Happy Birthday. It's a great start to singing and playing if that's something you aspire to do. Then learn a bunch of songs that are easy. Type in "Easy songs to play on guitar" in the search engine. First, learn how to sing the song. Then learn how to play the song on guitar. Then try putting it together! You don't have to play the exact strum pattern. Even just try strumming the particular chord once as you sing over it. Then switch to the next chord as needed. Enjoy!
Congrats on making it to the last tutorial of the course! If you haven't already, try experimenting by playing any particular concepts in this course to make music. Play a few chords together. Even ones that you learned that are in other keys. Play a few notes up and down a scale. Then play a chord! The sky is the limit!
Chords, Scales, Riffs, Songs...........it's as simple as that! Continue to include these things in your practice and playing and watch yourself excel at playing guitar and learning music in general! Thank you for using this course to achieve your guitar goals. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed making it. Yes, there were challenging moments I know. But that's with learning anything. The important concept is to keep your playing consistent. With consistency, you can accomplish almost anything guitar and beyond! Now you have a solid method of learning guitar. You know what to look for in order to progress and reach your goals (I.e. chords, scales, riffs, songs). Continue to use the course to revisit concepts you may have struggled with but keep learning from all the amazing online resources out there. Ok enough talk and more rock!! Bless!! Your guitar instructor, Justin

Feeling frustrated while trying to learn the guitar? Lost in a sea of resources that don't work for you? Feeling stuck? Discouraged? Wanting to be able to "just play" but don't know how? Can't seem to finish what you started? Feel like giving up?

Then this class is for you.

The class will give you the tools you need to get "unstuck" and start accelerating in your guitar playing.

If you have watched a million Youtube tutorials but still can't seem to get ahead, then this class will be a solid method to help you achieve your guitar goals.

This class guides you through the fundamentals and techniques needed to play (chords, scales, solos, hand and finger position, etc.), as well as gives you the opportunity to put into practice those new skills with various exercises and jam track videos. As you develop these skills more and more, you will be ready to start learning songs you love and other aspects of playing the guitar like a lead guitar (riffs, solos). Also, you will be introduced to rock power chords, the blues (cool), as well as tips on how to sing and play guitar.

Enjoy your transformation.

Requirements

No prior knowledge of guitar and/or music is needed.

Welcome to my Key to Success: Beginner Guitar Course! After watching the Intro video, please print the documents that you will use throughout the course. They will be very helpful. Enjoy your journey through the course and achieving your guitar goals!
The first module is mostly for those who are very new to the guitar. But regardless, you will pick up some tips that you may never have learned before. Enjoy getting all set up with these videos and then head on over to the next module where you'll learn the easiest chords on the guitar!
This course does not require you to be able to read notes. It's up to you if you wish to check out resources to learn how to read notes.
In this module, you will begin to understand the very fundamentals of guitar and music. I will explain concepts to you that you will understand more and more as you progress through the course. No need to try to memorize and understand everything now! I will teach you the easiest chords on the guitar to get you started playing the guitar and making music! Let the fun begin!!
Your first chord!! Congrats! Make sure to have the "Chord Diagrams" PDF handy for learning the chords (Found in the Introduction section).
Play the Em, Asus2, and Dsus2 chords all in one chord progression! This is really where the rubber meets the road in terms of eventually learning to strum through your favorite songs. Exciting! Make sure to have the "Chord Progressions" PDF handy for all the chord progressions.
Get that strumming hand working with another strum pattern!
Learn how to find your favorite songs online and how to approach playing them! *Note that you do not need to learn a song in order to continue on in the course. Learn the songs on your own time and little by little. For a thorough approach to learning the songs, check out a YouTube tutorial. Make YouTube your university for learning songs on the guitar! I have learned so many things from tutorials on YouTube. This course will give you a method and road map to learning guitar, which is very difficult to do on your own searching for random tutorials (that's why I made it :) ), but understanding how to use YouTube to learn songs is very valuable. Even the pros do it! Funny story, Brad Paisley used a YouTube tutorial to relearn one of his solos because he hadn't played it in so long!
Now you will learn chords that work well in the Key of A (which is a very popular key to learn songs in!). You will see that all these chords are just building off of the chords you learned in the Key of E Minor. Again, don't worry if you aren't understanding certain concepts like the whole "Key of..." part. It'll make more sense as you work through this course :).
Like the Dsus2 chord but just one more finger!
Similar to the Em chord but just add one more finger!
Play the A, D, and E chords all in one chord progression! Again, this is really where the rubber meets the road in terms of eventually learning to strum through your favorite songs. Start slow. Work on certain sections of the progression like strumming A a few times, then D a few times. Back and forth. Then try another chord transition. Doing this little by little will really help when you go to strum the whole chord progression. And ultimately, learning to focus in on a particular chord transition will be very beneficial when learning to strum through songs. It's the exact same concept!
Learning different strum patterns will really help you to start motoring through chord transitions and ultimately songs. Especially working on a couple of different strum patterns for the same chord progression. You'll start to get really comfortable switching from chord to chord! And of course, your strum hand will feel a lot more natural strumming.
What an easier way to get started learning to play through a song then Happy Birthday. It's familiar and I'm sure you'll be able to put it into action for the next birthday you attend! Actually, playing Happy Birthday with a group of people is very good because it gets you playing in front of people but also there's not too much pressure because if you mess up, everyone knows the song and can just keep on singing! Remember, you don't have to be able to play a song solid to move forward in the course. But just chip away at it if you can :) (Download Happy Birthday PDF from the Introduction section).
Onward and upward! You are going to continue to learn very useful chords used in hundreds of songs. Enjoy! Remember to keep those fret hand fingers nice and curved and keep your palm off the neck of the guitar as best you can :)
Finally the most famous chord on the guitar! It's not the easiest, but again, practice little by little, even just play a couple of strings at a time, and eventually, you'll get it! Play it a little bit each day. The consistent practice will really help you!
Such a colorful chord. Part of what's called the "7" chords. You will see a lot of these types of chords in blues especially. In fact, later in the course, you will use the A7 chord as part of the E Blues!
Try the new strum pattern out on the previous chord progressions as well!
Remember, you don't have to be able to play a song solid to move forward in the course. But just chip away at it if you can :)
Another popular way to play the Em7 chord! Yes, a chord can be played differently. You may see the G chord especially played differently when exploring YouTube videos and other online resources. Just pick one way to play it and go with that for now. Eventually, it's good to know the different ways to play various chords.
Beautiful chord! Very popular. Especially for singer/songwriters like Ed Sheeran, John Mayer, Taylor Swift, etc. Used also a lot in contemporary church music.
Also a very popular chord! This is a true "C" chord. The Cadd9 is used in place of a C chord a lot. Especially in the Key of G. If in doubt, play this C chord whenever you see "C".
This is one of the most useful chord progressions you can know on the guitar. This progression is very similar to hundreds of songs that are in the Key of G! It would do you well to make sure you can play this very smoothly. Practice it lots. Then when you go to learn a song that is in the Key of G, you will be very well prepared to learn it! Yes the chord transitions in those songs may be a little different, and there may be some new chords you haven't seen, but knowing this chord progression will equip you incredibly well to learn those things. Exciting!!
Congrats on beginning your understanding of Scales! It will really help you in understanding guitar and music in general. Don't be discouraged if you are struggling to wrap your mind around it. Just keep going through the course and it'll make sense more and more. Enjoy!
A very popular scale used all the time for riffs, solos, etc. Enjoy!
Once you start to understand the major scale concept, it will open many doors! Again, so many riffs, solos, etc use the major scale.
This is an awesome lesson to really understand the major scale and also how to read tab (which is very important for learning guitar). I wish I had a tutorial like this when I was learning scales. The active diagrams make it very easy to learn the scale and the concepts taught would benefit even advanced players. But of course, it can easily be learned by a beginner! If you can camp out on this lesson for a little bit of time to understand everything as best you can, it would really do you well. But no worries if the concepts are too confusing like "Note Names" and "Scale Degrees". Do what you can then continue on in the course and the concepts will start to make more sense. Enjoy!!
This is where it really gets fun! Riffs (short melodies) are making music from the scales. This is what you hear all the time in songs and solos. Remember to have the "Riff Diagrams" handy (from the Introduction section). Have a blast!
Now you get to take a solo! Never thought you'd be playing a solo as a beginner hey? :) I'm so excited to teach you to do this because, again, you are learning concepts a beginner can understand and implement but are also used by advanced players. Have fun!
Rock and roll! You essentially now have the "trade secrets" to soloing. And music in general for single-note melodies (playing a few notes, then pausing, then playing a few more, etc). This type of exercise is a killer to have for understanding riffs and solos. Again, I know the concepts are a little above a beginner level, but you can still implement the riffs and play along without having to understand everything that is going on. That's ok! Just do what you can and then move on in the course. You can always come back to it later when you are more comfortable with playing the guitar.
This is where you'll really learn how to rock with that edgy rock! The minor pentatonic is used in almost any classic rock song you can think of from Led Zepplin to AC/DC. But also used in many other genres like blues, jazz, pop, singer/songwriter, folk, etc. It's simple yet so fun to use!
Practice slowly. Then build up speed later. Focus on accuracy first.
Very cool scale. Again, used in so many rock songs and music in general. It can be very beautiful even though it's the "darker" sound.
Again, don't worry if the "Note Names" and "Scale Degrees" part is way above you right now. Just play through the scale the best you can (even if you can't say the names and degrees as you play) and those things will make more sense further down the road.
Let the minor fun begin! Really listen for the "minor sound". It'll help to develop your ear.
Really listen to the "minor sound". It's very cool!
You know the drill.......enjoy rocking out in the Key of E Minor!
My inspirational speech on scales :)
The blues is responsible for almost all music that comes out of Western Music influence. It has influenced everything from country to jazz to rock to fusion to metal to pop to.....well modern-day blues! Even if you aren't a blues fanatic (I don't expect everyone to be :) ), it is still very important to learn the fundamental concepts of the blues for any musical genre you pursue. Once you have a good grasp of the blues, it will really open doors for your playing! And who doesn't love a killer blues solo?!?
Here we go! How exciting to be learning the blues?! Really listen to the "bluesy" sound. Enjoy!
Here's a familiar chord :)
The classic "12 Bar Blues". Huge influence on rock and roll from Chuck Berry to Led Zepplin to Kings of Leon!
Time to get your groove on! Did I mention all these blues concepts are a huge influence on a rock? :)
Talking about the blues!
Here is a fun extra tutorial on power chords. Power chords are used in tonnes of songs and throughout all sorts of music when there is a "rock-driven" part of a song. You can really rock out with power chords! Try to play all power chords through the chord progressions in the previous modules. For example, instead of a G chord (in the Key of G), you could play a G power chord. Instead of a C chord, play a C power chord, etc. You don't always want to do that. But for really rocking and driven music, they come in very useful! Eventually, if you get an electric guitar and have distortion, power chords sound awesome!
The E Blues Scale is used all the time in classic rock and is a huge influence on rock and country and jazz. But it honestly is used in almost any genre! The blues scale is one of the most fascinating scales in the world. Almost any person on the earth would be happy to hear a little soulful blues riff thrown into any song. That's how awesome it is!
Here we go! If you can try and understand the "Scale Degrees" it would really help better understand the sound of the blues scale. Especially the "Flatted 5th" or "Flat 5" or "b5". But again, just learn what you can then move along as it will make more sense further down the road.
Ok, so this may be a stretch. Even if this is too challenging for now, watch as I play through the scale and you can see how playing scales higher up the fretboard can sound really cool! Otherwise, feel free to revisit this another time.
Feel that soulful blues sound!
You are playing a quintessential blues/rock type solo here. Congratulations! Enjoy!
The 12 Bar Blues is a very standard chord progression that thousands of musicians use to jam with others. If you can get comfortable playing for this both soloing and playing the rhythm guitar part (E Blues Shuffle), then you will be able to jam out with other musicians!
If you haven't already, try playing and singing to Happy Birthday. It's a great start to singing and playing if that's something you aspire to do. Then learn a bunch of songs that are easy. Type in "Easy songs to play on guitar" in the search engine. First, learn how to sing the song. Then learn how to play the song on guitar. Then try putting it together! You don't have to play the exact strum pattern. Even just try strumming the particular chord once as you sing over it. Then switch to the next chord as needed. Enjoy!
Congrats on making it to the last tutorial of the course! If you haven't already, try experimenting by playing any particular concepts in this course to make music. Play a few chords together. Even ones that you learned that are in other keys. Play a few notes up and down a scale. Then play a chord! The sky is the limit!
Chords, Scales, Riffs, Songs...........it's as simple as that! Continue to include these things in your practice and playing and watch yourself excel at playing guitar and learning music in general! Thank you for using this course to achieve your guitar goals. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed making it. Yes, there were challenging moments I know. But that's with learning anything. The important concept is to keep your playing consistent. With consistency, you can accomplish almost anything guitar and beyond! Now you have a solid method of learning guitar. You know what to look for in order to progress and reach your goals (I.e. chords, scales, riffs, songs). Continue to use the course to revisit concepts you may have struggled with but keep learning from all the amazing online resources out there. Ok enough talk and more rock!! Bless!! Your guitar instructor, Justin

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Hi Everyone!

Do you love music as much as I do!? But....

Are you frustrated trying to learn how to play the guitar? The resources you've tried don't work? Feeling stuck and even outright discouraged? You begin learning guitar but don't finish what you started and then stop playing

My name is Justin Hazel and I help guitar players get "unstuck" in their journey so that they are able reach their goals for playing the guitar and finish what they started!

I am a professional guitar player and guitar instructor (teaching for 10 years) based out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Starting out on piano at age 7, I learned to develop an appreciation for music early on, and continued to progress in my musical training on the instrument to the end of high school. Meanwhile, at age 12 I decided to take up playing guitar as well. It was the guitar that I eventually fell in love with most (although still very much enjoy the piano), and would eventually go on to get a Jazz Diploma at Mount Royal University in Calgary.

The genres I most enjoy playing are blues, rock, country, pop, acoustic, crooner jazz and singer/songwriter music, among many other sub genres. I have played in various groups over the years that incorporate these styles to some degree or another. Currently I play in a rock group with a Latin jazz and pop influence as well. I also have studied a lot of John Mayer's guitar work over the years (particularly the entire Where The Light Is live album) to develop a general overall playing ability on the acoustic and electric guitar.

I love helping my students discover the joy of playing the guitar and giving them methods that work so they achieve the results they desire. 

Let this class make you fall in love with music all over again :)

I look forward to seeing you on the inside!

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