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Guitar Lessons

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  1. Before posting a question or submitting a lesson, please read through our FAQ - You can now set your own user flair!

A place for redditors to teach redditors. All levels and styles of playing are accepted here. If you know something, try to share with someone else. Try and help two people for every person that helps you.

Post lessons, ask questions, offer advice!

I'm new! Where do I start?

  • If you're new to the subreddit, have a look through our Totally Bodacious FAQ! If your question isn't answered, feel free to make a post about it.

Subreddit Guidelines

  1. Don't spam. Teachers should not submit more than one of their own videos or blog posts per week. Post your own stuff sparingly, and show us only the very best you can do. We're all able to find your blog or channel if we want to see more.

  2. No advertising. This subreddit is about free resources for learning guitar. Your submission will be removed if its main purpose is to get money. The same goes for Kickstarter pages, links to your YouTube channel (as opposed to a specific lesson) etc. See here for the proper way to promote your stuff on Reddit.

  3. Link Flair. If you are submitting a lesson, please use link flair to identify it as a Lesson. Link flair can be found underneath the submission's title next to the "save, hide, delete" options.

  4. Don't downvote or mock legitimate questions. Everybody started somewhere and the main reason we're here is to help. Downvotes are a good way to deal with spam, memes or other irrelevant submissions. Use the "report" button for anything you think doesn't belong here.

  5. Performances belong in /r/PlayingGuitar, not here; tab requests are almost never answered, but you can try /r/transcribe or /r/Tabs; chord charts for individual songs are very rarely useful but links to lesser-known tab/chord sites may be.

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