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Blog: Where Do I Begin?

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Here is a simple guitar arrangement of “Paddy Whack,” a traditional Irish fiddle tune, that’s not too difficult to play.

Paddy Whack

Here is a simple guitar arrangement of “Paddy Whack,” a traditional Irish fiddle tune, that’s not too difficult to play.
How do you get a Celtic sounding guitar style? This lesson has more than a few ideas to help you achieve one.

A Celtic Air

How do you get a Celtic sounding guitar style? This lesson has more than a few ideas to help you achieve one.
A Celtic arrangement of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “All I Can Do Is Write About It” done in DADGAD tuning.

Skynyrd Classic Played Celtic Style

A Celtic arrangement of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “All I Can Do Is Write About It” done in DADGAD tuning.
Guitar isn’t just an all-male sport. Women can play the guitar just as well as men. Guitar Noise has collected our best advice and inspiration for guitarists. The Other Side is our home for articles about women who make music.
Guitar isn’t just an all-male sport. Women can play the guitar just as well as men. Guitar Noise has collected our best advice and inspiration for guitarists. The Other Side is our home for articles about women who make music.
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Happy Valentine’s Day. What could be more romantic than serenading someone with a love song? Easy beginner songs like Hey There Delilah and Crazy Love won’t take nearly as long to learn as you think.

Learn Christmas and Holiday Songs for Guitar

Guitar Noise has more than 30 Christmas songs tabbed out into easy lessons for beginners. They’re all here for free!

Easy Guitar Songs

Some easy songs for beginners

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Don’t miss all our exclusive easy songs for beginners lessons.

And be sure to check out our list of the first ten songs you should learn to play on guitar.

What order do I read the lessons in?

Some suggestions from us

Many people ask us what order the lessons go in? We’ve tried to meet as many needs of players as possible and this makes answering the question difficult. Everyone learns and pick ups things at different paces. Not to mention some areas interest some people more than others. We give you the best answer we can in the blog post Where do I Begin?

After reading “Where do I Begin?” you might want to check out David’s look back at his favorite lessons in 27 (or so) for 2013.

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