Last week I started rebuilding the guitar instruction list with a couple of great jazz players / instructors. This post will focus on a few players / instructors who are more from the rock/pop world, although one guy certainly does “go there” when in comes to jazz instruction.
Carl Brown from GuitarLessons365.com is a great player and a very easy-to-follow instructor. He shows you how to play a whole lot of great songs the right way! That’s why his channel has over 400,000 subscribers! He also delves into a lot of technique and theory topics and it will definitely make you a better player! If you want to know more about Carl, here is an online interview with him.
Another channel I like a lot, especially the acoustic tutorials, is Shut Up and Play. The song selections are pretty cool, and in some cases, offbeat, and the instruction is top-notch. I (re-learned) how to play ELP’s From the Beginning by watching the above video. Great stuff and they(?) have a Facebook page here.
Finally, here is a guy who is a total pioneer in YouTube guitar instruction: Justin Sandercoe. His videos cover pretty much every guitar topic and there is a massive amount of information on his website too. Perfect for people of any skill level and all of the instruction is delivered with a really upbeat can-do attitude.