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Any decent online guitar 'tuition'?

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Hi guys. After some successful advice from a recent thread I made, I finally purchased an electric guitar! Although it wasn't the Pacifica I was enquiring about :blush: it was a Fret King 'Geoff Whitehorn' Signature that I nabbed for around the same price as a 112V.

Anyway, I'm a huge fan of guys like Scott Devine who provide extremely detailed and insightful tution for bass videos that really cover a lot of bases when it comes to all genres of music and styles. I'm wondering if there are guys like him who provide good advice and direction for new electric guitar players in a similar way as I'm hankering to get some teaching under my belt. :)

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log on to youtube & check out this & all the links to his other stuff, some simple & some a bit harder depending on you level

[url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDdSJvf06Ao"]How to Play "Stormy Monday" - Blues Guitar Lesson - Bar Room Blues Songs[/url]

merry christmas, mike b.

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[quote name='uncle psychosis' timestamp='1357131970' post='1917815']
This guy is really good, has a lot of stuff on youtube etc:



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Sign up to LickLibrary.com - it has to be the largest online resource of 'how to' videos, articles and DVDs to purchase from practically every genre. The tutors are all top UK professional guitarists too.

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