Can I learn guitar online?

The internet is constantly changing. There is always something available as well as new music streaming sites. It’s difficult to keep up with all the new releases that are being made every day, but there are certain websites you should go to to have your music heard. Allmusic is by far the most popular, with an ever-growing roster of great artists. Most other sites will also have a lot of great music, but in an extremely limited way. A search for “jazz, reggae, and blues” will bring up a very limited selection, while searching for “hip-hop” will come up with more artists than you can shake your head at. This is why it’s wise to spend time reading other musicians websites, as some songs you will hear over and over will be the same.

Are there any good guitar tutorials online?

For the most part, guitar tutorials on the web are pretty useless. There are some good guitar instructors out there who will get you ready to rock, but you can get really good sound with good ear training. A good example of a good guitar instructor is Alex C. in his excellent The Complete Guide to Guitar Tutoring: 5 Songs Every Guitar Nut Needs to Hear series, available on all levels at this link.

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What are a few great guitar songs?

In the early 90s, there were a number of great guitar songs for guitarists. Here are the top ten:

10. Bamboo

9. Dio Guitarcas

8. Black Sheep

7. The Girl Got Away

6. I Know What You Did Last Summer

5. My Kind of Night (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)

4. Lazy Lightning

3. Let the Good Times Roll (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)

2. Suck it Up

1. Sweet Home Alabama

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It’s a common sentiment among actors.

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