Learning to play the electic guitar is easy, if you make your practice sessions fun. Our electric guitar lessons were designed to get you playing real songs, making the learning process more exciting. Check out our tutorials on popular electric guitar songs below!

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She Will Be Loved Guitar Lesson – Maroon 5
She Will Be Loved
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We hope you enjoy our beginner electric guitar tutorials above. Remember, practice makes perfect, so don't just watch each lesson once, watch them several times with the guitar in your lap, and practice as much as you can. Remember to print out the tablature from each lesson page, and practice on your own afterwards.

Learning how to play the electric guitar is easier than the acoustic, since the strings are lighter, therefore easier on your fingers. Our online electric guitar lessons will teach you every single technique you’ll need to advance as a guitarist, from power chords to lead guitar techniques. We’ve done everything possible to make the learning process as easy and quick as possible, but to really learn the electric guitar, you’ll need to practice often, at least every other day. Make sure you warm your fingers up thoroughly before each practice session.

The reason our video lessons on electric guitar songs are so popular, is the fact that learning to play the guitar is much easier through playing real songs, rather than just practicing single electric guitar techniques in their purity. By learning the best songs, you’ll not only be practicing every electric guitar technique possible, but advancing your skills as well. Our beginner guitar lessons touch upon guitar theoretical aspects as well, meaning you’ll be learning why you play what you play. With your newfound knowledge of theory and advanced electric guitar skills, you’ll not only be able to play the songs above, but be able to improvise on guitar scales as well. This takes time and practice, so stop reading and start practicing!