Learning Guitar Online


Since you’re already here it’s safe to assume you know a thing or two about learning guitar online. Recently the folks at Acoustic Guitar Magazine did a roundup of guitar lesson websites. Lucky for us, Guitar Noise gets a brief mention. More accurately, it’s an honorable mention for the honorable David Hodge.

Think “guitar lesson blog.” Lead editor, senior columnist, and Acoustic Guitar contributor David Hodge is responsible for much of Guitar Noise’s content, which includes a wealth of song transcriptions, technical playing advice, and other tips for getting the most out of your favorite instrument.

I’m always happy to see the site’s name and the names of my friends in print. You can check out the online version of the article on Acoustic Guitar Central or shuffle on down to your local newstand and pick up the November 2008 issue of Acoustic Guitar.

Acoustic Guitar Magazine - November 2008

About Paul Hackett

Bandmo called Paul Hackett "one of the most interesting webmasters in the online music world." Paul started Guitar Noise in the late nineties and still runs the site today. He can usually be found traveling and learning new languages. Paul's life outside Guitar Noise unfolds at paulhackett.ca.

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  1. John Griffiths says:

    I saw your website because of acoustic magazine in november. Now i think i will get me some lessons, Thanks.

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