5 best YouTube channels to help you learn guitar
Guitars are wonderful, you strum a few strings, and music is made. More importantly, guitarists are cool! But being a rockstar needs some hard work and dedication. However, it is not really important to take paid guitar lessons. There are YouTube channels that can teach the basics of guitar. So, don't wait. Pick up that guitar, and learn from these five YouTube channels.
Justin Sandercoe is the man for beginners. He runs a YouTube channel called Justin Guitar. He enjoys over 1.53 million subscribers. Though his beginner-level videos are the best, Justin also helps seasoned guitarists through complex solos in some of his videos. He has another channel where he teaches particular songs if guitarists want something specific. His efficiency and charm make him a great teacher.
GuitarJamz, which enjoys over 2.3 million subscribers, is one of the most popular YouTube channels. The channel hosts a lot of guitar teachers, notably including Marty Schwartz, who make it really simple for beginners. The teachers are patient and smart to make the difficult lessons seem easy as well. If you're new to guitar, this channel is your best friend and teacher.
Nate Savage's channel Guitareo enjoys nearly 1 million subscribers. He teaches blues, rhythm, and lead guitars. However, the best part of the channel is its organized structure. The title screens of the videos make the content clear for newcomers. Nate makes an excellent teacher as he nips bad habits in the bud with videos like 'How to hold the guitar properly.'
JamPlay is a reliable tutorial channel on YouTube that enjoys nearly 3,50,000 subscribers. This channel covers everything: from the very basic to pro solos dissected down to the last riff. However, the problem is the structure. Users have to look for the videos and see which suits them best. It's a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll!
TrueFire is described by Guitar Player Magazine as "the planet's largest and most comprehensive selection of online guitar lessons." They enjoy over 4,70,000 subscribers. Their roster includes various artists and educators. The best part of their channel is the interactive nature and the wide variety of videos available. Notably, this site is better for those who want to play some jazz and blues.