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Part one of Reading Notation is already online.. And then there will be all the things we missed, not to mention all those that you will one day encounter as you learn more and more about the guitar. You can either drop off a note at the Guitar Forums or email me directly at dhodgeguitar aol. If you would like to comment on this or anything else you have seen on Guitar Noise, head over to our Facebook page or message us on Twitter. And if you liked this lesson, sign up for the Guitar Noise newsletter.

Updates, lessons, tips and answers to your questions delivered straight to your inbox. Also consider joining us for friendly discussion on the forums. Abbie February 20th, pm. Thank you so much for this! Was thinking you could maybe do another lesson on different chords? Thanks again! David Hodge February 20th, pm. Thanks for making time to write! And we certainly can do more lessons on chords.

Abbie February 22nd, am. I would be very grateful for any help you could give me on this? David Hodge February 22nd, pm. Do you mean F or F m? Both are usually played as barre chords but, depending on the song and the chord progression, you can sometimes get away with using easier variations. Do you know how to play an F chord? To play a regular F chord, you would just move all your fingers one fret higher on the neck. If the F is followed by a B or Bm chord, you can sometimes use F 7, which is the same thing but with the high E string left open xx But the meaning of it is that you want to add the second note of the D scale E to the D chord.

You can do that in a number of ways but the easiest would be to play a regular D chord and take your finger off the high E string xx David Hodge May 9th, am. It might make for a new podcast. Ken May 24th, am. CJ June 17th, pm. Do you have any suggestions for simple, two to four chord songs, to practice switching with easy chords? Thanks so much for this its very helpful. Kim August 4th, pm. Harold August 9th, pm. Hello just signed up, the first site that made chords easy to understand! Used to play a couple of insturments in the past, but always wanted to play guitar.

Thank you for your time. Dave November 1st, pm. You have just made it where I now understand them. I would love to learn to play old country music and some old rock and cajun type. Getting the rythum and timing is hardest, any suggesstions? Patrick VDB November 9th, pm. Hello, thanks so much for this wonderful website. I finally started to learn the guitar, and hope I will keep up.

Learn How to Play the Guitar with Good Technique From the Start

You got me really going with this first lesson. But now, I have done this part and want to go to the next part….. At the end of this lesson you say to check out to go to easy songs for beginner, but there I see chords that I have not learned yet, this kind of makes it difficult and … dare I say frustrating… I might be overlooking the link to the next lesson. I think I would need to learn more chords before going to the song section no? Annie Rodgers December 3rd, pm. I am frustrated, but this site helped get me thru a song. Before I even learned all chords and keys, I was given a capo.

Wish I had. Wait the key of B is in one book, but they want me to bar and go up some on the neck.

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I know it exists in an easier area to hold. I could not find any place to show me a Bm without a capo. You did. Whew…thank you. Tom Clark December 26th, pm. That was a really thorough piece on beginner chords, nicely done! I spend so much time spreading this message and breaking down the guitar to its most simplistic form. Madeline March 3rd, am. I have had my guitar over a year, and until I started trying your lessons, I never had been able to get it. Thank you so much again!

David Hodge March 3rd, am. Thank you for writing and thank you as well for your kind words. Even more thanks should go to Paul Hackett, who created Guitar Noise over fifteen years ago and who still owns and runs the website.

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And do feel free to email or post any questions, comments and suggestions you may have. Our readers give both Paul and I a lot of feedback, which is another reason why Guitar Noise is as good as it is. ASL April 21st, am. Hello : It was a amazing lesson, i found it very help full as i am a biggner and i was having trouble in how to place your finger and how to play the strings but this lesson helped me a lot and made me understand the concept of playing guitar…… Thanx i really appriciate it.

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Andy Lockhart October 7th, pm. Raben October 15th, pm. Thanks again. The same picture can NOT be used without that knowledge. Lalramnghaki October 16th, am. Thank you so much for this lesson. I am just starting on guitar and im learning by myself and this article has made it so easy. Is there any next lesson after this as im not getting to link to it?

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Sradha shaj April 2nd, am. When I place my finger on the fret I am not able to hear the sound of that string… Pls help me…. Nobody started out by knowing how to play, we were all beginners once. Do you have some recommendations for a supplemental book of beginner guitar songs? Also, I have played the flute for 45 years, so am not new to music. Or is that not what you are looking for?

I am a beginner and based on your recommendation, I bought the Dummies book, and signed up for Guitartricks. The videos at Guitartricks are my main guide through this maze of learning, and the Guitar for Dummies is my go-to resource for reading about anything I want to find out. Something Suzuki-esque book wise if possible.

Thanks for sharing this article!

Learning To Play The Guitar - An Absolute Beginner's Guide

My boyfriend is trying to re-teach himself how to play from when he was a kid. It would be for my son who is 32 and expressed an interest in guitar recently. Hi Alice, If he knows his music theory well, than I would recommend the Hal Leonard Guitar Method book, that will get him playing guitar quickly.

Otherwise, the Guitar for Dummies book. Eddie Van Halen was an adept violin player as a youngster before taking up guitar — it can be a good switch! Hi, thanks for the article! I learned a lot from it. Thank you in advance! Hi, because it is very simplistic and straight forward in approach, without going into much detail. So take the first steps and sign up for our online guitar lessons.

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They're free so you have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain. Learn all the basic skills needed to play the acoustic or electric guitar. Discover the essential techniques for playing the electric or acoustic guitar. I am an absolute beginner and through your lessons I am playing songs and chords in just 2 weeks.

Your lessons are so easy to follow and what is so nice is that I am able to go back at anytime and look at the lesson again. I've been playing for about two years on and off, have subscribed to a few other courses, but haven't made much progress, until now. No other course teaches songs as patiently as you do. Now I can play 3, just like that.

Every thing is so well explained in laymans talk I'm finally learning the guitar. I learned more in one lesson with you then I did the whole month with another teacher. You make it so much fun to learn.