Have you been struggling with the guitar? You are not alone! For the past 30 years I have been helping beginner, intermediate, and advanced guitarists get out of the guitar rut and find their voice on the guitar. These FREE, FUN, and EASY guitar lessons give you the right mindset for guitar success, and keep you moving forward on the guitar. No matter if you are just starting out or have been playing for years, this is the show that will help you become the guitarist that you always wanted to be! For more lessons, or to just stop by and say hi, come on over to www.playguitarpodcast.com.
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I was skeptical that a podcast could provide much help with learning, or in my case, getting reacquainted with an instrument. Lee has a knack for teaching in this format and I have learned a lot. I recommend this podcast to any beginner or intermediate that needs some applicable music theory to grow as a guitarist.
During the late 60's and early 70's I played in high school basically knew only a few open and bar chords, no lead guitar, forward 50 years and I wanted to start playing again. I stumbled onto this podcast 2 years ago and the guitar has become a big part of my life. I signed up for weekly coaching leasons and Lee has put me on an organized learning path that has been incredible. This podcast and Lee really changed my life!
I picked up the guitar a little over a year ago as a new hobby to help cope with the stress of COVID. Not long after, I randomly stumbled upon Lee’s podcast, which turned a simple hobby into a cathartic passion. Lee’s podcast and overall approach to teaching guitar is informed, structured, fun, not intimidating, nor snobby. I joined Lee’s academy a few months after starting to listen to his podcast, and the quality of my playing has sky rocketed. I’ve since recorded an album at home, played open... more
By far the best podcast for guitar! I’ve been listening for 2 years and have learned more from Lee than I’ve learned anywhere else. I’ve also become a member of his guitar academy and my playing has exploded into me playing better than I ever have before. If you want to really learn guitar as an instrument and not just how to play some chords and songs….Lee can help you reach all your guitar goals!
Started from the beginning and enjoying. Some of the mentioned links are dead now, but not to be unexpected after 4 years! more
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Play Guitar Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 274 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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