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Who are Your Favorite Youtube Instructors??

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I've been watching a lot of videos on youtube and found that there are actually some great instruction. Some of the videos even include text on screen. But for every good video, there are some not so great videos. To help cut through the muck, who are your favorite youtube instructors?

Posted : 30/10/2007 11:18 am
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I really like the videos by seed52. Not necessarily "great" videos, but consistent lessons from a very altruistic guy. :)

(*note that they are generally "how to play songs" not "how to play guitar")

Posted : 30/10/2007 12:12 pm
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Hey J

The lessons here on are superb and with mp3s make the whole thing work well, but for videos to learn by, these are my favourites at the moment:
Peter Vogl is good

And for good, down to earth strumming tunes made - well - 'easy'....

Rock on..

D 8)

I'm nowhere near Chicago. I've got six string, 8 fingers, two thumbs, it's dark 'cos I'm wearing sunglasses - Hit it!

Posted : 30/10/2007 2:02 pm
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Justin Sandercoe, geetar01, and TheNextLevelGuitar are my three favorites on Youtube.

Posted : 30/10/2007 5:13 pm
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Definitely, Justin Sandercoe. I like his POLITICAL RANTS!

I have to vote for Justin too. And not just 'cause he's an Aussie! :lol:

♪♫ Ron ♪♫

Posted : 31/10/2007 5:58 am
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Yep, Justin Sandercoe is a God.

My 2 year-old son kept going 'guitar! guitar!' as I was watching one of his lessons.

I had to explain to him calling somebody by their surname isn't very polite. He'll be calling him 'dotcom' next.

Posted : 31/10/2007 7:17 pm
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Ill add a vote for Justin

somewhere else in the GN forums I came across a link to some great Simon & Garfunkel lessons - the chaps handle is goldhat3.
He builds the lesson up nicely starting with the chords & a strumming pattern. Then some simple fingerpicking and it ends up sounding really great.
Try this for the Boxer . . .

“Poetry and Hums aren't things which you get, they're things which get you. And all you can do is go where they can find you.” - Winnie the Pooh

Posted : 01/11/2007 6:07 pm
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A site I keep checking out is Blindboys or Deltabluestips on YouTube

He has a rather large number of lessons on fingerpicking blues delta style. Well done and easy to follow

Posted : 01/11/2007 9:28 pm
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Thanks, rmorash. I checked him out, I like it.

Posted : 02/11/2007 4:04 pm
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Lazyfret, Chesneyfan, Goldhat, Leadcatpress and Justinsandercoe are in my subscription list.

Enjoy your karma, after all you earned it.

Posted : 10/11/2007 1:44 pm
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i am currently doing a video blog of learning scales. i guess i should do some basic stuff too. :twisted:

Posted : 05/12/2007 1:04 pm
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vanderbilly is one the ones I know. really good player.

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Posted : 10/12/2007 5:46 am
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I like the guitar lesson companion lesson series on youtube. They are very straightforward and easy to to follow. Its very complete. The videos covers scales, music notations, rhythm, you name it. I would recommend it to everyone to check it out. I think the channel is:

Posted : 13/01/2008 1:19 am