List your favorite guitar tutorial websites

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  1. Tubes and Strings

    Tubes and Strings Supporting Member

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    I was just reading another thread and ran across this one (http://www.steviesnacks.com/), which I had never seen before... My son just showed me one where a guy shows how to play a bunch of Hillsong United's guitar parts as well...

    which, of course, prompts the question, "I wonder how many other great sites there are like this I haven't heard of....?"

    So, list them one and all for everyone to enjoy...

    -Gerald
     
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    Youtube.com

    There are literally hundreds of instructional videos for all different styles of playing.
     
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  5. Tubes and Strings

    Tubes and Strings Supporting Member

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    True enough, but there's also a lot of crap... which ones would you recommend?
     
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    Theres a member here (mojocaster?) that has a site called http://threechordguitar.com/ . I've used it for several lessons. I think he does a great job!
     
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    thanks. some nice videos with tab.
     
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    Major +1 for Mike Dodge, Mojocaster & Mark Wein.

    There used to be a site called copychops.com that walked you through a lot of classic rock riffs and solos in slow mo and the dude could play. I really liked it, but the site's been down for quite awhile. Anybody know if it's out there under a different name?

    angus
     
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    Thanks for the great thread guys!
     
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    I like your SEO optimized signature, I think I'll borrow that technique :)

     
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    Just got a reply via email from rotren's site, he's awesome and makes it easy to understand. Id recommend him to anyone!!
     
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    Guitar Player Magazine's site has a pretty broad selection of lessons and tutorials.
     

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