#1
im gonna get my guitar soon.
wat is the order of wat to learn if u want to play soloes and cool riifs?
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#2
Learn to play songs that you like.
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im gonna get my guitar soon.
wat is the order of wat to learn if u want to play soloes and cool riifs?


UG has a few video lessons right here-> http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/ and loads and loads of fantastic written lessons by many excellent guitarists... also look on youtube and search for "justin sandercoe" or "rockongoodpeople" they do excellent video lessons.
#4
start learning chords from songs that you like.. go for the 'chords' tabs for songs when you search for tabs in ultimate-guitar.. chords are the building blocks..
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Quote by 0jhawk0
im gonna get my guitar soon.
wat is the order of wat to learn if u want to play soloes and cool riifs?


1) Learn the notes of the fretboard, this should be your number one port of call; I cannot emphasise this enough.

2) Learn the major scale in as many keys as you can, if you've learned the notes of the fretboard then learn it as a series of notes rather than shapes.

3) Learn the theory of chord construction including the terminology involved in intervals.

Along the way you should start learning songs you like to develop your chops but don't worry about technique too much at first; once you learn music then technique becomes much easier to use.
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#6
^ I agree with alot of the post above me, but I'd put more emphasis on trying to learn songs. It's great for your esteem and you'll feel like you're progressing if you're regularly learning more songs.
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