An innovative approach to learning guitar.
Learning to play the guitar or expanding your technique has never been easier, more flexible, or more enjoyable.
$49.95 gives you Full Access Membership to all the lessons including video, audio, tabs, and music notation charts.
As a member you can search and view all the online Modern Guitar Student lessons by:
Series: Learning the Guitar Complete or Recreational Guitarist
Category: From Beginner to Intermediate levels
Music Genre: Blues, Classical, Fingerstyle, and more!
Scroll down to view more introductory videos outlining all the Series and lessons.
Start from any level. Learn at your own pace.
Whether you are a beginner, or intermediate guitar player, we have the ideal instruction to take you to the next level. Now is the time to become the guitarist you’ve always imagined.
Quick Start Video
The “Quick Start” video demonstrates all the the techniques needed to play good guitar. A great refresher for returning players or complete beginners.
Learning the Guitar Series
Over 7 hours of beginner to intermediate guitar instruction. Slow and easy to understand.
Recreational Guitarist Series
More than 100 “mini lessons” from all styles of music…expand your musical horizons and techniques.
Classical Guitar is just one of the styles taught, what a great way to learn “Fingerstyle Guitar”
End the confusion arising from numbers! What does C/9 mean? What is a I, IV, V progression? what does R, 3rd, 5th mean? All will be revealed.
Here is a lesson showing you how to move a “D” chord around the fingerboard and how the name changes
Full Access Membership
✓ Access to all the lessons,
including video, audio, tabs,
and music notation charts.
Per user. Per Year.
Comments from a few happy students.
“These DVDs are an excellent learning tool. They are easy to follow and help with my other studies. Thanks!”
“I took classical guitar for 2 years and now use your videos. They have helped me a lot and I think you are a great teacher.”
” This is just a short note to say thank you for your videos. I have played the guitar off and on (mostly off) since I was sixteen and now at 51 thought I had to leave that pleasure behind. Not so! I would like to compliment you on your teaching manner which I find not in the least intimidating and very encouraging.”
“I have to tell you that even though I have been playing and teaching for years, I found your lessons to be very good. I liked the pacing and the fact that you assumed just the right amount of knowledge from the viewer.”