Phenomenal guitarists and educators Duane Denison, Delicate Steve, John Heussenstamm, and Steve Stine have created guitar tutorials for Lessonface that have made it to Guitar World.
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Absolute Fretboard Mastery
Here are some free resources for guitarists of all levels, from the Lessonface staff and our legendary online guitar teachers. We add new materials here about once a week, so give it a bookmark and come back whenever you want to pick up something new.
Resources for Beginners
Inexpensive entry level guitars
How to practice
How to string your guitar
How to tune your guitar by ear using a tuning fork
Learning to read guitar tabs
Basic Music Theory: Whole and Half Steps; Sharps and Flats
Altering basic scales on the guitar
Advice for adult beginners
Major Scales Tutorial with Prof. Ben Sher
Practice Like a Pro (even if you're not!)
What Guitar, Amplifier, & Accessories Should I Buy?
Intervals: Theory & Application, Part 1 - Understanding Intervals
Intervals Theory & Application, Part 2: Listening to Intervals
Intervals - Theory & Application, Part 3: The Mystery Behind Compound Intervals
Resources for Intermediate Players
Understanding Relative Keys, Part 1
Understanding Relative Keys, Part 2
Build Your Own Guitar Warm-Up, Part 1: Slurs
Build Your Own Guitar Warm-Up, Part 2: Arpeggios
Build Your Own Guitar Warm-Up, Part 3: Scales
Introduction to Fingerpicking (with Video Tutorial)
Chord Change Exercises
Chordal Voicings on Guitar
Introduction to Jazz
How to Learn a Song on the Guitar in Five Steps
How to Play Simple and Easy Blues Patterns
How to keep getting better
Introduction to Guitar Genres
The Importance of Knowing the Notes on the Fretboard
How to Create Simple Guitar Leads
Drop D Tuning
How to Use Scales - Easy Guitar Licks
Interviews with Guitar Teachers
Need More Help? About Lessonface & Online Guitar Lessons
Reference Diagrams You Might Find Handy
Figure one: the notes on the fretboard. Want this as a postcard?
Figure two, the minor pentatonic positions. Want this as a postcard?
Figure 3, the major pentatonic positions. Want this as a postcard?