Hey everyone, welcome to yet another monthly report on the most watched lessons on TheGuitarLesson.com.
As you might know, each month I gather the statistics on what my online students have been watching, and make them public here, on my blog. I do this for a number of reasons:
- To gain a better understanding of what you guys are looking to learn.
- To motivate you to practice more, by showing you what the majority of your peers have been playing as well.
April isn't really a special month in the guitar lesson world, it's average. We are coming up on Summer though, which always shows a significant drop in students.
The 5 most watched lessons in April, 2015
Here are the most watched tutorials of April.
The 5th most watched lesson in April was Stand by Me, a wonderful classic that will get you practicing those barre chords. If you are struggling with your barre chords, or just want to learn a great song, Stand by Me is for you.
If you are a newbie and haven't learned the Pink Panther theme yet, head on over to this lesson right now. It's one of the most recognizable tunes in music history, and it's a great one for beginners to get their fingers moving across the fretboard.
This lesson has dropped off of the top 5 list in the recent months, but I'm glad to see it's back. I think it's one of the best lessons, as it's perfect for beginners, even though it seems complicated. Don't let that fool you though, this is just a level II song.
This classic by the Surfaris is a great beginner piece, you can literally start learning it from the moment you pick up the guitar. Of course, if you are an absolute newbie, it'll take a bit of time to master, but before you know it, you'll be playing it like me in the video.
And the Chuck Berry classic makes a comeback! This song was near the top of the list for a long time, but dropped off for a few month, only to return to the most watched position. Classics don't die.
So there you have it. I hope you are excited about learning these songs as well, after all, these are the songs that a lot of your peers have been learning recently as well. Have fun with them, and practice a lot!