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Top 100 Lessons [ by rating ]

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01. Do You Need to Learn the Notes on the Guitar Fretboard? [ 29 ] [ music theory tips ]
02. Writing Guitar Solos For Those Who Can’t Yet Shred [ 23 ] [ soloing ]
03. How To Write Catchy Song Lyrics That People Will Remember [ 23 ] [ songwriting ]
04. Bore No More With This Important Songwriting Tactic [ 15 ] [ songwriting ]
05. How to Define Chord Notes on the Guitar? [ 12 ] [ music theory tips ]
06. Integrating Alternate-Picked Arpeggios Into Your Solos [ 8 ] [ soloing ]
07. Minor Pentatonic Scale Licks In All Positions [ 7 ] [ soloing ]
08. 5 Country Blues Rock Licks That Work Great On Major Chords [ 4 ] [ soloing ]
09. Make Your Acoustic Rhythm Playing Interesting! Part 7 - Mayer Right Hand Rhythm Slap [ 3 ] [ guitar techniques ]
10. How To Play 'I'll Fly Away' by Albert Brumley [ 2 ] [ for beginners ]
11. Bossa Nova - Starter to Play in the Style. [ 2 ] [ guitar styles ]
12. How To Play "Oh My Darling Clementine" [ 2 ] [ for beginners ]
13. 5 Fast Minor Blues Licks That Make You Sound More Advanced (With Tabs) [ 2 ] [ for beginners ]
14. How to Play "Jesus Loves Me" by Chris Tomlin [ 2 ] [ for beginners ]
15. How to Choose a Guitar and What Type Is Better for You [ 2 ] [ for beginners ]
16. Your Most Influential Musical Ability [ 1 ] [ guitar techniques ]
17. Lesson Zero - what it takes to play guitar and become a better musician [ for beginners ]
18. Genre: Anarchy Progressive [ the guide to ]
19. Robert Baker: 5 ways to get better phrasing [ for beginners ]
20. if Your Improvisation Sounds Like Random Ideas Thrown Together, Read This Article [ music theory tips ]
21. You Don't Need To Learn Anything New To Make Your Guitar Playing Sound Fresh And Exciting [ for beginners ]
22. how to pull a sting to give a tremolo sound [ for beginners ]
23. http://www.mylaviveeyeserum.com/xl-test-plus/ [ soloing ]
24. Develop your Blues Guitar soloing by using the minor 6th pentatonic scale adding the 9th tone in the playing [ guitar scales and modes ]
25. Develop your Blues Guitar soloing by using the minor 6th pentatonic scale adding the 9th tone in the playing [ guitar scales and modes ]
26. The 1 Thing Required to Learn Guitar [GETTING RARE] [ practice tips ]
27. 5 Pentatonic Licks That Mix Major And Minor [ soloing ]
28. Eight finger tapping arpeggios [ guitar techniques ]
29. 7 Ways to Stop Wasting Your Music Practice Time [ practice tips ]
30. The beginner guitarists guide to music theory Part one - Understanding triads [ for beginners ]
31. How To Practice Melodic Guitar Playing The Easy Way [ guitar styles ]