Learn How to Play Guitar Online: Best Guitar lessons Online

This series of beginner guitar lessons was created particularly for Indians who are new to the guitar and want to learn how to play it. To get started, you don't need any prior experience with chords, chord diagrams, fret boards, etc. For both acoustic and electric guitar players, all of the fundamentals are covered.

The guitar course starts with a basic understanding of the guitar's sections, neck, frets, note, left, middle, sound, chord place, pitch, patterns, string names, tuning, beginner guitar chords, and technique (finger position, style or pick). The book then delves into the fundamentals of music theory, including subjects including scales, triads, power chords, major chords, minor chords, barre chords, open chords, and fingering and chord shapes all of which will benefit students in learning online guitar.

It's best to start with the first video and work your way through them in the order they're presented. From there, you'll learn how to carry the instrument, the guitar's numbering systems instructions, the parts of the guitar, the names of the strings (open strings), training for how to tune, how to strum, posture, and more, your first guitar chords, two more guitar chords, how to perform your first tune or song, musical strumming tricks, guitar lessons, and next steps.

Let's take a look at some of the most often asked questions.

  • Is it possible for me to learn guitar on my own?

Yes, you can learn by yourself

This will be challenging if you view learning guitar "on your own" as listening to songs and then attempting to interpret what they are playing from start with no musical knowledge and then replicating it on a guitar.

However, those were the days when you had to do that in order to learn to play guitar.

You can learn to play guitar on your own if you think of it as learning with a pre-recorded structure.

How long will it take, though?

  • Which is easier to learn, the acoustic or electric guitar?

It is not as difficult to learn to play the guitar as it is to purchase one. There are so many models on the market in a fair price range that it can be difficult for consumers to choose the correct one. It's always best to figure out what kind of guitar you're looking for first.

Acoustic guitars are a good choice for beginners because they are powered by hand and have basic functions. On the other hand, electric guitars are very technical to play and cannot be done without proper instruction. Acoustic guitars are pick-and-play instruments that don't need an external amplifier to sound better. On an acoustic guitar, you can practice anywhere you want.

  • For beginners, there are four basic finger-picking patterns to learn.
  • The Basics (1-4-5-6)

To play the simple version, pluck the right strings with your thumb and the fourth string with your forefinger. You can easily put your second finger on the fifth string, and your third finger will be on the highest chord. This may be the result of your fingers resting comfortably on the strings. You should progressively learn and repeat it to make it fluent.

Reverse the ordering to pull strings of various sorts after you've completed your daily activity.

  • The Sun Is Rising (1-4-5-6-5-4) 

This style is mainly used in folk music, but it can also be used in rock, where two beats are split into three shorter beats. After running the sixth string, reverse the position of the strings by picking the fifth string with your second figure and moving it to the fourth string with your forefinger. You can alternate the bass notes you played with your thumb with this pattern.

To master the sequence, use your thumb and second finger to pluck the third and fifth strings together, then pluck the third string. Then, using the same combination of your thumbs, pluck the second and sixth strings at the same time. Then, using the same combination of your thumb, pluck the second and sixth strings at the same time, and the second figure and third-string will follow. It's just a matter of playing and repeating the pattern before you hear some new beats.

  • The Blackbird (1 and 6 then 2-5-6-3)

You must pick up two strings at a time and move on to the next in this pattern. String one and six together, then repeat the sequence two, five, one, six, and three times more.

Just two strings come together here, and the rest will be added one by one. It makes no difference which fingers you use to pull the chords; what matters is the smooth motion. So, after every second note, make sure you're making the right step with your thumb to alternate between three bass notes.

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  • Take the lessons in the correct order. Any of the guitar lessons may seem to be familiar territory to you. In any case, go ahead and revisit the lesson. You'll almost always come across some nugget of knowledge that will come in handy later.
  • One problem that adults tend to have is that becoming a student is more complicated. And after many attempts, not being able to do anything can be frustrating.
  • Give yourself some space to struggle. Anyone who has gotten good at something has had to do it badly at some point... And you're no different.

Even if you have prior guitar experience, this guitar course will still be beneficial.

Electric guitarists are capable of understanding the basics of amplification, effect pedals, and sound effects, as well as how to utilize their instruments.

  • Are you new to the guitar? This is the last and only online guitar course you'll ever need.

  • Have you mastered the art of playing the guitar in the shortest time possible while having the most fun?

  • The Most Intuitive Step-by-Step Approach to Play Songs and Mastering Chords, Scales, and Guitar Theory

  • Chord Transitioning, Strumming, Fretting, Picking, and Fingerpicking Exercises to Sharpen the Skills

  • Practice is necessary

  • You'll need a guitar for this

  • No special abilities are needed

  • Including all beginner guitar players who are unsure where to begin

  • Any guitarist who wants to improve their skills with our online guitar lessons.

  • If you picked up the guitar and began learning years ago and now want to pick it up again.

About the instructor

                                 Dipanshu Joshi

Dipanshu Joshi

Hey, my name is Dipanshu Joshi. I run a youtube channel with around 1 lakh subscribers and thousands of followers on other social media. I am here to teach you Guitar from the beginning to the advanced level, through my well-designed detailed Guitar course of 109 videos.

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Learn How to Play Guitar Online: Best Guitar lessons Online

    Course Features

  • Lectures 108
  • Duration 27 Hours
  • Skill level All level
  • Language English