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Learn How to Play Guitar with the Best FREE Online Beginner Guitar Lessons! If you are looking for more of a “one-on-one” style video guitar lessons and more direct, proven, effective, step-by-step method of learning guitar, then you are at the right place.

Learn Guitar the Lazy Way?

You now have free full access below to the exact same beginner guitar lessons I have used to teach thousands of students how to play the guitar. Follow each lesson in order shown and be playing guitar and popular songs in no time.

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Learn Guitar - The Beginners Guide to Learning Chords on Guitar

Even wondered how experienced guitarists seem to navigate their way through even the most difficult chord changes?

What they are playing does not seem to be physically difficult; in many cases the shapes look strangely familiar.

So what's the deal?

How do they know how to play all these complex chords?

- and how do they do it with ease?

The BIG secret is "plurality".

Now, I bet you weren't expecting that!

What the heck is plurality - it sounds like something you'd go to the doctor for treatment.

A "plurality" means a multiple functions.

Here's an example using the note "C", if we consider the many double functions that note could have in the various major scales.

-----3--7--------
---5------5------
-4-----------4---
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Of course this is only just the tick of the musical iceberg.

If we extended our C chord one more step to create CMaj9 we would have many more possibilities.

CMaj9 = C-E-G-B-D

Can you see them?

CMaj9 = C-[E-G-B]-D

E minor = E-G-B

and G major G-B-D

CMaj9 = C-E-[G-B-D]

Again the same concept could apply as before the you could play G major chord over a C major background to create a C Maj9th harmony

You could also move between an E minor or G major chord /arpeggio to create a feeling of movement on a static C major vamp.

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Learn Guitar - The Beginners Guide to Learning Chords on Guitar

If you're looking for how to learn and master the guitar I think I can help you. Mastering guitar play obviously takes hours of practice but how and what you practice are by far more important than how long you practice. You need to learn to be both efficient in your practice time and you also need to know how to keep your practice time fun so you stick with it.

So why do you want to know how to learn and master the guitar in the first place? Is it because you've started a band and want to start playing out? Is it because you're already playing out and have found yourself in a rut? Heaven forbid... did the unthinkable happen and your band broke up or worse? Hey, get used to it, it happens. The good news is that whatever your reason for wanting to know how to learn and master the guitar you're going to find plenty of help on the web.

What's even better is that lessons circa 2009 are a millennia ahead of the lessons I had when I started playing twenty plus years ago. If I'd had the lessons then that I have access to today you'd be playing MY tunes on guitar hero lol. Enough about me though, if you're going to learn how to learn and master the guitar I think you'll need keep two jars full to get both the knowledge you need and enjoy practicing enough that you'll stick with it.

When you use the Guru software, you download a session of your favorite song. The Guru software then displays the tablature right on your screen and plays the notes along with you through the sound on your computer. It's simply amazing. The Guru software is free and the sessions cost between $7 and $10. Well worth it. Imagine downloading your favorite tunes and having an instructor right in front of you exactly at the moment you're motivated to learn the song. It's truly amazing.

Personally I'm having a blast playing Red Hot Chili Peppers tunes and Van Halen licks with the help of the on-screen guitar tab and music tones. I hope this has helped you think about how to learn and master the guitar. Maybe someday I'll be playing your solo on guitar hero! Visit the site in the signature tab below to find the lessons reviewed above.