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TheGuitarLesson.com is designed for beginner-intermediate guitarists, which means every bit of information is written to be as easy to understand as possible. You’ll “learn through doing”, since you’ll be playing popular songs right from the beginning. You’ll also gain a sound knowledge of practical guitar theory you’ll actually use during playing, and help you reach a solid intermediate level.

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Behind Blue Eyes Guitar Lesson - Limp Bizkit
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Torn Guitar Lesson - Natalie Imbruglia
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Love Me Again Guitar Lesson - John Newman
Guitar techniques you’ll learn: strumming string muting chords barre chords using a capo Love Me Again was one of the biggest hits in 2013, it[...]
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How has TheGuitarLesson.com helped other beginners?

Since 2008, we’ve helped over 40,000 students start their guitar journey and become better guitar players. This many people can’t be wrong.

Here are some letters we’ve received across the years, have a look.

“Hi Tom, …so I’m really glad I found your guitar lessons, they are really useful, I especially like how the tabs move, so its easy to keep up with what you’re teaching.” -- Andrea from Budapest, Hungary

…I’m very happy with these lessons. Everything is explained very clearly and I feel that I’m really making progress. So thank you for everything. I really appreciate your quick and detailed response, encouraging words, and practical advice.” -- Samuel

“…your website inspired me to go out a buy an acoustic guitar over here. Your online lessons are fantastic and your enthusiasm for the instrument is outstanding …. ONE THING THOUGH? My fingers are bloody killing me ;0)” -- Tom from South Korea

“…As I am practicing, and it is actually getting easier to manipulate my fingers to do what they are supposed to do. From what I have been able to find on the internet, I found your teachings the best. Keep up the good work!” -- Rick from Ontario

“I’m one of your new learners. I’m so content of your approachment to music, and your service and teaching quality. I feel you provide a positive energy and that i believe myself. Thanks for this promising start…” -- Erkan

 

Why is TheGuitarLesson.com is so popular among beginner guitarists? Tom Fontana, your guitar teacher on the site, has been teaching private students for years, and has found that the best way to keep beginner guitar students motivated to learn and advance is to start playing songs right from the beginning. The reason is simple. Learning guitar is not exactly the easiest thing in the world, and to make it worse by teaching dull exercises is the no 1. reason why beginners quit playing. Our beginner guitar lessons focus on learning to play famous songs right off the bat, which keeps the learning process interesting, since our students learn to play real songs, to which they’ve probably been listening to for years. This motivates our students to practice, and thus improve their technique. This is the secret to learning to play guitar.

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