Guitar Lessons

Intermediate Lessons

At this level we see evidence of some faster lines. We also note that the lessons incorporate slightly more complex techniques such as hammerons and pulloffs. These lessons will also start to feature more complex theory, and the introduction (althoug not mastery) of harder techniques such as sweeping ans hybrid picking.


  • Country Steel Techniques

    by Chris Shofner

    Classic pedal steel for guitar

    Tags: Tom Brumley, Buck Owens, James Burton, Greg Koch, Don Williams, pedal steel, steel guitar, C Major
  • Old Black Joe

    by Javier Aviles

    Traditional Folk style.

    Tags: traditional, acoustic, bass notes, arrangement, D Major
  • Futuristic Blues

    by Kristofer Dahl

    Will the future of electric guitar rely on the BLUES?

    Tags: hybrid picking, voicings, suspended, classic licks, C minor, neo soul, blues, sliding
  • Bluespower

    by Gabriel Leopardi

    Blues rock licks inspired by the guitarist Jared James Nichols.

    Tags: blues licks, E blues, Jared nichols james, bending, double stops, hybrid picking, E pentatonic minor, E mixolydian, sixths, thirds, E Pentatonic minor
  • Fast Country Rhythm

    by Chris Shofner

    An uptempo pick & strum rhythm that will give your hands a workout!

    Tags: Brad Paisley, Brent Mason, Johnny Hiland, Jerry Reed, James Burton, G Major
  • Nylon Jam

    by Kristofer Dahl

    Does everybody on the Internet have a better guitar than you? Fear not - your nylon string is also a fantastic instrument.

    Tags: nylon strings, acoustic jam, dissonance, hybrid picking, open strings, C Lydian, acoustic fusion
  • Red Wing

    by Javier Aviles

    Traditional Folk - Chord / melody arrangement

    Tags: Chord & melody, bass movement, chord embellishments, C Major
  • Open Triads Etude N.2

    by Diego Budicin

    Etude based on open triads - to develop better control of chord melody.

    Tags: Fingerpicking, Pizzicato, Legato, Hammer On/Pull Offs, Chord Melody, Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, Haydn, Mark Knopfler, John Frusciante, A minor, classical music
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Golden Oldies

  • Rock Solo - Beginner

    by Trond Vold

    An easy solo made for seasoned beginners to early intermediate players.

    Tags: rock, solo, beginner, easy
  • Beginner Solo in D

    by Muris Varajic

    This solo combines many techniques: bending, pre-bending, picking, hammer-ons and pull-offs, tapping, sweeping, use of open strings etc. It's sort of a Rock Ballad feel, tempo is 70bpm.

    Tags: rock ballad, bending, pre-bending, picking, hammer-ons, pull-offs, tapping, sweeping, open strings
  • Little Finger Work-out

    by Dejan Farkas

    An exercise I developed recently for the left hand, a drill for the little finger, pinky (hammer-on till the dawn). It can be practiced on all levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced) depending on the speed.

    Tags: finger independence, pinky, coordination
  • Neoclassical Solo For Beginners

    by Emir Hot

    If you don't have experience with fast shredding but like the neoclassical style, this lesson is for you!

    Tags: neoclassical, beginner
  • Nocturnal Vision Lesson

    by KMC Metal

    In this lesson you will not only find a solo filled with techniques to learn - but you will find a complete instrumental guitar song. The way we constructed this song allows you to practice it as if it where a lesson series - starting from beginner level and ending with advanced techniques.

    Tags: Whammy Bar, Tremolo Bar, blues licks, instrumental, Kirstofer Dahl, Marcus Lavendell, KMC Metal
  • Slow Blues Solo

    by Stephane Lucarelli

    A classic 12bars blues progression in the key of C, with very slow tempo. We gonna work on phrasing, vibrato, bending, blues feel...

    Tags: blues, blues phrasing, vibrato, bending
  • Blues Licks

    by Gabriel Leopardi

    We will study some of the most used licks, scales and techniques. I recorded this solo over a twelve-bar blues progression using the A minor blues scale. This solo is a great exercise to improve your bendings and vibrato as well as to incorporate this kind of licks to your diary playing.

    Tags: 12 bar, twelve-bar blues, A minor blues scale, bending, vibrato
  • Blues Soloing - Beginner/Intermediate

    by Ivan Milenkovic

    The most important thing here is the feel. Practice a little, and then start focusing on the feeling of the blues to get the sound right. If you are true with your feelings the sound will be true as well.

    Tags: blues licks, turnaround, shuffled beat, phrasing, bending, vibrato techniques
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