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Best place online to learn guitar basics?

I am taking lessons soon but I want a place online that is easy to explain (especially for an 11 year old). My cousin and I are going to learn. She is 11 and needs help. She wants to know the basics before lessons start. We have a Fender Starcaster Acoustic guitar. If there are any Youtube Videos. can you give me the link please? Thanks!

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8 Responses to “Best place online to learn guitar basics?”

  1. nad said:
  2. chaostheorymc said:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guitar_chords

    Wikipedia wins again. These are all the basic chords that new players usually learn.

    http://guitar.about.com/od/specificlessons/ss/pentatonicscale_4.htm

    The 5 positions of the pentatonic scale are great to learn, too… after you learn basic chords.

  3. Guitar Lover said:

    Hi there!

    Check out http://www.shigaru.com . It’s a new guitar community based website where people can share their musical knowledge by uploading there own music, video tutorials. They have all kinds of levels on there,…especially beginners stuff!

    Best of all ….it’s free!!

    Hope this helps!

    And please tell all your friends about it. The more people we tell about the site the more users it will have and the more tutorials people will share with us!! 🙂

  4. Anthony C. said:

    Hi.

    It’s good that you are starting guitar so young. You’ll be an expert before you are 20 for sure! There are many resources online for you to learn to play guitar, electric and box, but you may not want to spend a lot of time finding out that one place is not right for you.

    My experience with online resources, whether it’s learning to play guitar or learning to do maths, is that free is not always the best. You can find a good resource that may cost you (or your parent) a bit of money, but saves you time and aggravation in the end.

    Besides, when you are at home, and practicing, you don’t want to
    practice the wrong thing. The resource below has some videos that you will find useful too.

    All the best with your guitar lessons,

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