Do you think you're too old for games? Think again!

Guitar games are great for getting you to learn several guitar concepts, that you would otherwise have to learn by mending over a book and studying/memorizing. And no, they're not just for children, adult guitar students use guitar games all the time as well.


Testing and improving your guitar knowledge with games

For example, think about how you would learn the notes on the fretboard. You need to learn the very basics of course, and if you have a fun online game, where you can even compete against other, you'll be sure to learn the notes much faster than just trying to memorize everything.

I'll list several great guitar games for all to enjoy in this article, and if you know of any more, please leave a comment and I'll add it to the list after reviewing it.

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When my students ask, I deliver 🙂

Here is the promised detailed analysis of Blues Guitar Blueprint by Nate Savage. Watch the video if you are thinking of learning to play blues guitar, since it'll show you basically every aspect of this DVD course. If you like it, remember that all students are entitled to a free shipping discount when purchasing the course.

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Blues is one of the most important genres of music. It has shaped other styles, like jazz, rock, metal, even country.

Guitarists who know how to play blues guitar have a definite advantage over others.

So let's get to it.

Below I'll review the best blues guitar courses you'll find on the internet. is an amazing guitar lesson website.

It boasts the largest number of lessons of any guitar lesson site, with loads of advanced lessons as well.

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truefire-blues-guitar-lessons Read more is one of the leading online guitar lesson websites, that has been around virtually since the beginning of the Internet. They offer thousands of video guitar lessons for an acceptable fee, but you can get the lessons for even less.

They offer 4 types of discounts, it's up to you to pick which one you want to use:

  1. Discount on annual membership >>
  2. Coupon codes (new) >>
  3. Free trial for 2 weeks >>
  4. Special pricing (rare, only 1-2 times per year) >>

Lets go through each in detail.

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Learning to play guitar via guitar learning courses is a viable alternative to getting personal lessons nowadays for a number of reasons. Not only is it much cheaper, but the multimedia elements found in the best online and DVD guitar courses make learning music more accessible than ever. If you're searching for a way to learn guitar from home, read on!

Learning guitar at home?

Learning guitar at home?

There are several types of guitar learning packages available on the net and in stores, some of them are good, some of them are not. I've decided to split the courses up into 3 sections, depending on your needs, budget and general type of course:

  • Online guitar courses
  • DVD guitar courses
  • Downloadable guitar courses

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With online video guitar lessons becoming a perfectly viable alternative to personal lessons, the cost of guitar lessons have significantly decreased for beginner guitarists. While personal guitar lessons cost between $30-$50 per 45 minute session, you can sign up on a number of high quality websites and receive online lessons for next to nothing.

Online or private lessons?

Online or private lessons?

The result is evident, huge savings for beginner guitarists. Lets take an example, where an absolute beginner starts taking weekly lessons, and does so for 5 months. At an average rate of $40 per session with a private guitar teacher, expenses add up very quickly. The accumulated price of these guitar lessons would be $800.

In contrast, you can get super high quality online lessons at a fraction of the cost. Be careful, as there are a lot of bogus sites out there charging money for really bad content, but the following sites offer top notch, high quality material:

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Learning to play guitar is one of the best decisions you can make in life, but getting to the point where you can actually play whatever you want will take a bit of time and effort. However,  you can greatly reduce the time and difficulties of the learning process, by choosing the study method most suitable for you.

Jamplay vs Learn and Master Guitar

JamPlay or LMG?

2 very popular methods for learn guitar are:

  • Gibson's Learn and Master Guitar (a DVD course)
  • (an online guitar lesson site)

To help you decide between to two, we've prepared a detailed comparison between JamPlay and Learn and Master Guitar below.

Have a look at the differences and similarities of the 2 methods of learning, and make sure you read our recommendations following the table.
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One of the most famous guitar tutorial sites is Jamplay. After reading this JamPlay review, we decided to conduct a complete evaluation of the site, to determine the way in which guitar students can profit using their tutorials. About 2 hours into our Jamplay review, we were certainly pleased. review

The site is absolutely enormous. They have tons of lessons in all difficulty levels, addressing all styles. Jamplay also has several practical guitar tools, such as the online metronome, backing tracks, chord library, etc.

Browsing through the video lessons is also super easy, which is great, since simply finding the thing you would like to learn from the thousands of tutorials they have could alternatively be a real pain.

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I just read a review of Blues Guitar Spotlight from the makers of Learn and Master Guitar, and decided to write a post about it since I know from experience that Legacy Systems (the makers of the courses) always brings out very high quality educational material. They just released a new DVD based lesson package called Blues Spotlight, which promises to teach beginner guitarists how to play the blues.

Be a Blues Man!

Be a Blues Man!

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There aren't too many blues guitar courses out there. I've had a look at some of them just to test the market, but can say that the majority won't deliver its promises. There were always holes in the material, sometimes the lessons were totally unstructured, meaning that they didn't build onto one another, which is obviously the worst way to learn.

Having taken a look at the lesson outline of the Blues Guitar Spotlight course, I'm pretty sure that it covers the elements which a beginner will need to really learn the blues. What are these elements exactly?

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