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Learn Guitar for Beginners - An in depth explanation of the basics of guitar playing

teacher avatar Bogdan Nicolaevici, Professional guitar player & songwriter

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15 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:36
    • 2. Positioning the guitar the right way

      2:52
    • 3. Basic minor chords + strumming pattern

      2:25
    • 4. Basic major chords

      7:13
    • 5. Easy strumming patterns

      2:25
    • 6. Basic fingerpicking patterns

      2:25
    • 7. Introduction to the barre technique and barre chords

      8:33
    • 8. The name of the strings and memorizing the notes on the fretboard

      2:23
    • 9. Advice on transitioning between chords effortlessly

      2:17
    • 10. Hammer-ons and Pull-offs

      3:37
    • 11. Finger strength - How to develop it

      2:18
    • 12. Learn 25 songs fast and with just 4 chords

      2:25
    • 13. Singing and playing guitar at the same time

      2:20
    • 14. Motivation and encouragement to practice

      2:34
    • 15. Congratulations

      0:40
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If you have never touched a guitar before and you're a complete beginner, this course is for you. I have crafted this course for the ultimate beginner guitarist. We will focus on subjects such as holding the guitar the right way, memorizing the notes on the fretboard the logical way, basic chords, strumming and fingerpicking patterns and much more. My lessons are straight to the point and as easy to understand as possible. If you want to start your guitar journey, this is the course for you. So what are you waiting for? Take this course and let's play some guitar together, cheers - Bogdan

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Bogdan Nicolaevici

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With 4 years of Conservatory studies which include classical guitar, composition, music theory and a total of over 13 years of music experience and 5 star rated gigs for different musical services, Nicolaevici Bogdan is a professional guitar player and songwriter which specialises in acoustic guitar recordings, arrangements for solo acoustic guitar, online guitar lessons, songwriting in genres such as pop, country, blues, EDM, indie-pop, synth-pop and many more.

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1. Introduction: Hey, guys, My name is Nikolai Vegetable Done. I'm a professional guitar player being blamed. For over 30 years, I have studied classical guitar and music theory at the conservatory for four years. I currently own a YouTube channel with over 21,000 subscribers where I play finger style arrangements of popular songs, and I would like to welcome you all to my courts. So this course is addressed to the old to make beginning to someone who hasn't touched a guitar. And once you learn how to play in this course, I will teach you basic quartz, basic strumming patterns, different techniques used in playing the guitar practice dips. And at the end of the scores, I believe you will be able to play your favorite songs, your friends, and showcase your skills that you have learned in my course. Now we're setting realistic goals over here, so guitar playing and learning the guitar is not easy, and it will require your time, your effort, your patience and your passion in order to learn how to play. But I will try, and I would try to help you in this force and motivate you to practice a lot and to master the guitar at the level that you will be able. Like I said to play your favorite songs and semester to get out at a certain degree at the beginner level. So thank you all for joining in and let's play some guitar together. 2. Positioning the guitar the right way: cool. So welcome to your first guitar lesson, which is positioning the guitar the right way. We are talking strictly about acoustic guitar because, for example, classical guitar tends to have a different position where you need a food stool to play the guitar in a totally different way. So we're talking strictly about acoustic guitar, but you can implement this position if you play electric guitar as well, because electric guitar can have the same position is the acoustic So let's get out with now. As you see, this is the correct position off holding the guitar. The neck is straight. It's not sitting like this or like this. It's straight, and the way to keep the next straight is You have this part and you need to place it on your leg. I'm going to show you close where to position the guitar on your leg. As you see, this is my knee right here, and the guitar is placed just a little bit in the back of my knee. It's not place here just a little bit in the back, so it can sit comfortably while you play, so you don't have to place it very, very far like this. You just have to find that sweet spot where it can sit comfortably and you have full control over it. So in my case and in most off the guitar Players case is just a little bit in the back of your name. So this is your knee, and you need to place it a little bit in the back. I don't know if you can see it right here. It's not very, very far like this. And it's not very, very forward like this just a little bit in the back. So I'm going to start from zero where I picked the guitar. Take it and this part will come right here. This is the knee. This part comes right here. Okay, so let me show you one more time. Very, very slow. This is my knee. Just a little bit in the back. Off my name. Okay, so this was your first guitar lesson. I believe that the proper posture off the instrument is very important because that will allow you to play correctly and also to develop your technique way more faster than if you posture your instrument incorrectly. So thanks for tuning in and I will see you in the next lesson where I will show you some basic minor courts in the strumming better. 3. Basic minor chords + strumming pattern: So I have seen this video from C. Morelli when they played 25 songs, and the girl who's playing the guitar is using the same four quarts in the same strumming better. And I thought this would be a great lesson to teach you because you can play 25 songs using four quarts and the same strumming pattern. Okay, so the whole thing goes like this. You do this over and over again. You just look this thing and you can play 25 songs. So you put the people on the third fret and you have G major d major a sauce, too, and be mine. So the strumming pattern goes like this. So if you learn this, you can play 25 psalms, which is a great thing. So let me show you how to play on a sauce to record your first finger On the second fret off the fourth string your second finger on the second threat off the third string. So one more time cape on the third fret G major d major ace us to in B minor. The strumming pattern goes like this. I will pay it again very, very slow So I thought instead of teaching you 25 sons individually, I show you this strong pattern in the score progression. And you can play these 25 songs. So you practice this and have fun doing it. Good luck. 4. Basic major chords: the art of finger picking is definitely something you need to look up to when playing the guitar. In this lesson, I will show you three finger picking exercises that you can use and you can practice in order to build the strength in your right hand on the fingers of your right hand and also so master, the court changes. So when finger picking, you need to change course. Very, very smooth. Same A strong but finger picking requires much more attention to detail, so let me get close and sure, exactly the exercises. Now, before I start showing you this patterns, let me clear up some things first. So I'm using a tam pick, which I recommend you do as well, because you have much more strength when playing the bass notes and when playing the strings in general, as well as when we pick the strings. The bass notes are most of the time. Speak with the thumb. So the bass notes are these strength. The sixth, the fifth and the fourth, and the rest of the strings are playing like this. The third string displayed with the index finger, the second string displayed with the second finger in the first string is played with your third finger. In these exercises, we will use just a minor and e major. So the first exercise goes like this. Focus on my right hand. This is the first exit size. Okay, so I will play it very, very slow now Way blocked the fifth string That string Second, 3rd 1st 2nd third sinking. The same pattern goes with the major but now we start from the six string 6 32nd start. 1st 2nd 3rd 2nd Once again a minor major. Now the next exercise goes like this. So very, very slow We plug the fifth and the first string at once The vote second And then we block the fourth string and the first string. So, uh, now forced. And 1st 2nd So again Now when we switch to E Major goes like this. Six and first, 2nd 3rd 5th and 1st 2nd 3rd 4th and 1st 2nd So on then fifth and first again Let me play the whole pattern one more time. Way exercise goes like this. So very, very slow We start with the fifth string Fourth, 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 2nd way Then a major. We start with the six string 4th 3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd Second. It's basically the same pattern as a minor, but now we start from the six string. So again, a minor major. The's are some basic finger picking patterns that you can use and you can practice on. You can also practice on other court progressions. You don't need to practice just on a minor and major breakfast on very, very slow. It first again focused on playing them clean. Try not to hit other strings when finger picking, and you can increase the speed in time. But first of all, try and play the finger picking patterns very, very clean. And when transitioning between the courts, try and do that a small that's possible and with very little pauses in between the courts. So I hope you have enjoyed this lesson and I will see you in the next one 5. Easy strumming patterns: So I have seen this video from C. Morelli when they played 25 songs, and the girl who's playing the guitar is using the same four quarts in the same strumming better. And I thought this would be a great lesson to teach you because you can play 25 songs using four quarts and the same strumming pattern. Okay, so the whole thing goes like this. You do this over and over again. You just look this thing and you can play 25 songs. So you put the people on the third fret and you have G major d major a sauce, too, and be mine. So the strumming pattern goes like this. So if you learn this, you can play 25 psalms, which is a great thing. So let me show you how to play on a sauce to record your first finger On the second fret off the fourth string your second finger on the second threat off the third string. So one more time cape on the third fret G major d major ace us to in B minor. The strumming pattern goes like this. I will pay it again very, very slow So I thought instead of teaching you 25 sons individually, I show you this strong pattern in the score progression. And you can play these 25 songs. So you practice this and have fun doing it. Good luck. 6. Basic fingerpicking patterns: So I have seen this video from C. Morelli when they played 25 songs, and the girl who's playing the guitar is using the same four quarts in the same strumming better. And I thought this would be a great lesson to teach you because you can play 25 songs using four quarts and the same strumming pattern. Okay, so the whole thing goes like this. You do this over and over again. You just look this thing and you can play 25 songs. So you put the people on the third fret and you have G major d major a sauce, too, and be mine. So the strumming pattern goes like this. So if you learn this, you can play 25 psalms, which is a great thing. So let me show you how to play on a sauce to record your first finger On the second fret off the fourth string your second finger on the second threat off the third string. So one more time cape on the third fret G major d major ace us to in B minor. The strumming pattern goes like this. I will pay it again very, very slow So I thought instead of teaching you 25 sons individually, I show you this strong pattern in the score progression. And you can play these 25 songs. So you practice this and have fun doing it. Good luck. 7. Introduction to the barre technique and barre chords: the bar quartz for the body is a technique that this very, very used in guitar playing and you will encounter this technique. Either you play acoustic, either. If you play classical, electric guitar doesn't matter. You will encounter this technique very, very much. So. What the body technique is is when you press multiple strings with a single finger. In most of the cases, you will use your index finger to act as a cable in order to press multiple strings. Or should I say, to make the body happen. When you played the acoustic guitar, you will encounter the fact that it's much more harder to press the strings at first, so it will require much more time to develop this technique and to mastery. But if you played the electric guitar, you will find that this is much more easy to do. But playing the acoustic guitar and semester the body on an acoustic or classical has its rewards because you will develop finger strength a lot, so let me show you an example of a bar chord. So this is a bar court, and it's called F major. So in order to execute the body technique you will have to use your index finger. Like I said to act as the cable. So imagine you take this not and you put it right here. That's what you're doing with your index finger. It's like you're thinking this part and put it right here. At first, you will find very, very difficult, and that's perfectly normal. So in order to master this technique, all you have to do is practice a lot. And I would suggest not to start with the F major because that can be intimidating. I would suggest you would execute the body a technique in the fifth position. So this is a major court. And on the fifth position, I find it much more easier to press as you see now that I'm holding about it, You see where my thumb is is not going here or here. It's going exactly where my index finger is. So like I said, face to face with my index finger. And when you do this when you have this position, you just use a lot of pressure in order to make the string sound. At first, you will maybe here this south, that is perfectly normal because you don't have the necessary strength yet. In order to practice your body, you just use your index finger. I tried this. Make it sound as clean as possible. And after that, after it sounds clean, you can at the extra fingers. So let me teach you. Let me teach you this. A major that I've showed. So you have this body on the fifth fret. And then you put your second finger on the sixth threat off the third string. Third finger on the seven Threat off the fifth string, fourth finger on the seven Threat off the Fourth Street needs to sound like this. If it sounds like this, don't what? You just keep practicing. You can use this position and go here in seventh position, which is a major. And if you want to challenge yourself, you can go way up here in the first position. This is an F major, but I would suggest you would start the practicing this a major again. You take your first finger, you bar on the fifth fret. Make sure that your hand position is correct. You don't need to put your finger here or here. Let it sit straight and apply a lot of pressure, and after that, just at the extra fingers and make sure that each string sounds clear. So to make sure that your body technique is okay, you pick it string and make sure it sounds clean. If it doesn't sound clean, keep breakfasting. That's the only way that you can master basically any technique. You can also practice playing strumming patterns while holding a bark, or so it doesn't get boring. So let's say if you want to play minor bar chords, you have the exact same position. That's a major bark or but you go a string lower with each finger. Now, if you want to take your bar ports to the next level and you shoot because you always need to challenge yourself, I will show you another way that will imply two bars, so the body technique will be made twice. You have this body and you have this where you, Bart. Three strings with this finger. So again we're on the fifth position, and with the third finger we barred the strings. The fourth, the third and the second string. So we're on the fifth position with the first body. And on the seventh, Fred, with the 2nd 1 you can also switch. By the way, this is a D major in the fifth position and this is a major. So let me show you really close. Fifth fret. You have your forest bar and on the seventh threat you have your second body. So you see how bombarding the 4th 3rd and second string. So, you know, musical context. They can some like this See how I'm using things, shape and this shape. So if you want to spice up your guitar playing, I suggest you learn the body courts, the first shape and the second shape because they will definitely help you expand your guitar playing for Kabila. Harry, if you find difficult barring three strings at once, you can always do this shape, which I personally find very uncomfortable. But maybe it will work for you. So again we're on the fifth fret. And with the second finger, we're on the seven threat off the fourth string that finger. Seventh fret off the third string and fourth finger seven threat off the second street. So we have this shape and we just at the bar so Maybe that will work for you. OK, so these are the bar courts. Have fun with them and practice them a lot. Developing the strength in your fingers takes time. But don't get discouraged. Just practice a lot and the progress will come. I hope you have enjoyed this lesson and I will see you on the next one. 8. The name of the strings and memorizing the notes on the fretboard: okay, The name of the strings and memorizing the notes on the fretboard. It's very easy. So first of all, let's see how the strings are named for the six string, which is the ticket string, said E fifth String. A four string is the third string is G second string is be the first string is on again. Okay, so how can memorize the notes on the fretboard? So I have a logical approach. So each read as an individual is a semi tone. So from here to here, it's a seminal from here to here Senate on from here to here, Senator. So each fret as an individual is a cynical. So your six string open Is he on the first Fred a cynical, which is an f from F to the second fret. We have again a semi don, which is an f sharp from f sharp to the next Fred cynical, which is f sharp g on dso on. So if you're open, string is an E. You can cut, calculate send me down to semi tone at the beginning and in time you will memorize them automatically, so you won't have to think about that you will know exactly where the notes are. Now, let's say the fourth string open is a D On the first fret again. A cynical D sharp and so on the sharp e f f sharp g g sharp A and so on so you can calculate each note from the first fret. You have your open string. This is a G on the first fret Sim, it'll G shop and so on. G sharp A a sharp B, C, c sharp and saw. Yeah, this is a very logical and easy approach into memorizing the notes on the fretboard. Practice a lot and good luck. 9. Advice on transitioning between chords effortlessly: so I know that a lot of people have this problem with court transition. They don't seem to make the score transition very smooth. So in my case, when I was a beginner, what I did was I just keep playing songs. And I tried. So take very, very small pauses in between the court. When you're a beginner, you tend to look at your fingers while changing the court. You start to look and then press. And then, first of all, you need to learn the shape of the court's very, very good. You need to memorize them very, very good. And after that you pick a very, very simple song, and you keep playing that song over and over again when you're switching. When you're transitioning in between the courts, try and make a smaller pauses as possible. So I'm assuming you already know the shape of the courts. So when you're changing, try to do it as fast as possible. If you feel like you need to take your time with the transition, take your time. Practice slow. But if you're confident and if you think that you can switch them faster, try and do that you can play with the temple's. Sometimes you can play the song slow or sometimes you can plait much faster. But as long as you're switching the courts, Moodley played the temple that you like. So the main idea is pick a song and keep playing it over and over again. Try to take very, very few pauses, even if they sound bad at the beginning. If your transition sound bad at the beginning, keep doing them and be very, very focused on changing the courts correctly, respecting the shapes. You just have to do that over and over again. Uh, when I was a beginner, I know recall off doing exercises in terms, off court transition. I just keep playing something, and in time you will find that you can switch the courts much more smoother and much more cleaner and with much more accuracy. So keep playing that song and keep transitioning between the courts, and in time you will see that your technique will get better. Good luck 10. Hammer-ons and Pull-offs: Cameroun's and pull offs. Okay, let's talk a little bit about that. So Cameron's and pull offs are two crucial techniques when it comes to playing guitar, and these techniques are most likely used. The lead guitar playing. You need to have a pretty strong fingers in order to execute these techniques correctly and to soundly. So what is techniques and blind is to play a note without attacking the stream. So you first attack a string, and the next note you played without attacking the string using only the strength in your fingers. Okay, so in the case off morons, you attack the string first, and then the next note you played by just pressing hard with a tip off your finger on the Fred that you want. In my case, this is the fifth fret. This is a hammer on, and the pull off is basically when you attack the string, then you pull your finger off exactly how the technique is called. So ham Morones attack press, pull off attack and pull. You can do a combination of these two techniques, which is Hey, Meron, Then pull off immediately and you really get a very nice effect by doing this. If you do this faster, you will notice the effect that creates a za guitar player. It's recommended to have these techniques in your sleeves because they definitely make your guitar vocabulary much more broad. So again, Cameron, you attack the note, then you press and then the pull off. It's exactly the reverse. By the way, you can do this on every string you don't need to do just on the first string. Now, some tips to master these techniques. Make sure that you learned exactly with the tip of your finger when hammering on. Try to avoid landing with this part of your finger. You need to land exactly with the tip of her finger. Now let's say you want to do a pull off on another string so you do it on the second string . Make sure they're not playing other notes when pulling off, so you need to avoid this. Do not do this. Try to play the note that comes after and just this note. Try not to hit other strings. So in conclusion, Cameron's and pull offs are a great way to spice up your guitar playing and so build strength in your fingers. So practice these techniques very, very slow. It first focus on playing the notes clean, and then you build up to speak gradually. So playing clean comes first, and then the speed comes after. So I hope you enjoy this lesson and I will see him in the next one. 11. Finger strength - How to develop it: The lack of finger strength is a very common issue amongst beginner guitar players, and it can be a very frustrating problem that will demand of eight you to practice and what I mean by the lack of finger strength that can be on the left and on the right hand as well . I myself, even if I'm a professional guitar player, I find myself in a situation where I cannot practice all the time because I don't have time , and I find myself not practicing for one week or two weeks, not even touching the guitar. And when I picked the guitar again, I notice that the strength and the control in both of my hands is lacking a little bit. So what I'm doing? In order to regain their strength back, I pick a court, a basic court. Let's say an e minor court, my finger. Pick it. I don't strong it, so this is very important. So when your finger pick accord, you also gain strength and control in the fingers of your right hand. So choose a basic court, choose a minor C major G major, any basic ward and finger pick it over and over again. Focus on pressing exactly with the tip of your fingers. Focus on getting the sound very clean and also press pretty hard. You know, if your fingertips art, take a break and keep on doing this over and over again. You don't have to play just a court. You can switch between the courts. You don't have to play just one chord, but it's very important that your finger pick it and not strong it. So, yeah, this is my advice for you on developing finger strength. So let's make a conclusion. First, pick a basic chord. Second, pick a basic finger picking. Better focus on the position off your left hand, as well as your right hand playing. Very, very clean. Try not to have buzzes in your strings and keep playing this court over and over again. You can switch between the courts. You don't have to play the same court, so do that practice as long as you can. And if your fingertips are, take a break and start again. You will notice that your strength and your overall control will start to get better, so keep doing this and good luck 12. Learn 25 songs fast and with just 4 chords: So I have seen this video from C. Morelli when they played 25 songs, and the girl who's playing the guitar is using the same four quarts in the same strumming better. And I thought this would be a great lesson to teach you because you can play 25 songs using four quarts and the same strumming pattern. Okay, so the whole thing goes like this. You do this over and over again. You just look this thing and you can play 25 songs. So you put the people on the third fret and you have G major d major a sauce, too, and be mine. So the strumming pattern goes like this. So if you learn this, you can play 25 psalms, which is a great thing. So let me show you how to play on a sauce to record your first finger On the second fret off the fourth string your second finger on the second threat off the third string. So one more time cape on the third fret G major d major ace us to in B minor. The strumming pattern goes like this. I will pay it again very, very slow So I thought instead of teaching you 25 sons individually, I show you this strong pattern in the score progression. And you can play these 25 songs. So you practice this and have fun doing it. Good luck. 13. Singing and playing guitar at the same time: Okay, so, singing and playing at the same time. This is another common issue that I see amongst beginners. So what you need to do is this you need so first practice your strumming pattern very, very good. So memorize your strumming pattern. Very, very good transition. The court's very, very smoothly. Don't focus on changing on watching your fingers, so learn your guitar part. Very, very good. First, you're strong better than your court transition. Everything. After that, you just keep on singing. Just keep on singing while you play very, very correctly, your guitar part. So let me give your perspective. You need to practice your guitar parts so good that you're not even thinking that you're playing the guitar. And after that you can implement the singing part. So first step, I repeat, to learn your guitar part very, very good. And after that, at the singing, you don't need to think about that. You're playing the guitar. Once you do that, you just keep singing and singing and singing. If you have problems, back off a little, see where the problem is. Maybe the rhythm off the singing does not correspond with the rhythm of your guitar playing and see where the problem is. If that is the problem, lower the tempo a little, lower the tempo of the song a little and seeing the song slower and gradually increase the speed. So this is just an approach. There is no actual technique and how to sing and play guitar at the same time. For me personally, it came naturally. But a lot of people struggle with this, so as a conclusion, learn your guitar parts very good, then start singing. If you have problems, try and figure out what the problem is. You can lower the tempo of the song and sing it much more slower and then sing it at the actual temple. You just need to do this over and over again. Like I said, there is no technique that will allow you to play the guitar and sing at the same time. You just need to do it over and over again until you get better. So practice a lot and good luck 14. Motivation and encouragement to practice: a lot of beginner guitar players struggled with motivation, and I agree it can be a little discouraging at first because your fingers, your technique is not that good. Your tone is not that clean, but trust me if you practice a lot if you put a lot of work, you will develop the technique and you will start enjoying the process at first. Of course, anything. Anything new that you start can be difficult at first, but it's worth it. Trust me. If you will put in the work, it's impossible not to get better. You have to stay focused. You have to focus on your technique. You need to enjoy it overall, but you need to practice a lot. And once you stopped progressing, you need to practice more and more and more. You will need to practice even five hours a day, you know depends on how much you wanted and and at what level you want to be. If you want to be at the high level, you need to practice a lot very, very much. But if you love something, if you love something that you do in this case playing the guitar, the practice hours don't count, so you will practice five hours and you will not notice them. How five hours have passed. They will pass pretty fast because you're focused and you want to be at a certain level. So I say not to give up. And don't be intimidated by a lot of guitar pays that you see on the Internet just your thing. Just be focused and practice a lot. Practice on your technique. You need to enjoy this. You need to be passionate about it. You need to be serious about it, because if you want to be on amateur level, you don't need to practice that much. But if you want to reach a high level like anything in life, you need to put the hours of working. So it's up to you to decide on what level you want to be. Also, don't expect to have results fast. Anything that's good doesn't come fest. So take your time, have patients, don't get discourage and stay focused and passionate. This is very, very important. So yeah, the main idea is don't give up and whatever you see or you here, don't let that distract you. Just do your thing and be focused on what you are doing. I hope this helps and good luck 15. Congratulations: I just want to say congratulations and I want to say thank you for choosing my lessons. I really hope they will help you and motivate you to practice and get better and better. Playing guitar is a funding and a beautiful thing, and you need to be focused and passionate about it. You need to be serious and dedicated a lot of time and most importantly, do not give up. Even if you feel sometimes that you need to give up, do not give up, keep on practicing more. Do the contrary. If you feel like giving up, practice more and practice harder, thank you all for watching and good luck.