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I played for years, about 10 years strong, but over the past 10 years or so I've been very stagnant in my playing. I still know a whole lot of chords, and can read tab no problem, but was hoping somebody might point me in the right direction on what kind of online lessons to start with? I was mostly self taught, so I can't read music (don't mind learning), and I could probably use some technique help with soloing and certain tougher chord arrangements, but I'm ready to get back into playing. I of course need to learn all the scales and what not as well. Any advice would be awesome, thanks! I usually play acoustic, as I prefer to learn there, and then transfer to the electric. Thanks again all!!!
#3
justin guitar seems to be pretty good and has lessons in order EDIT: wow I missed that last night, ninja'd I guess
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