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TrueFire Lessons

When everything shut down with Covid, many lessons went to video. Video Music lessons have proven to be very beneficial. Read the articles below for more information.

All Music Things offers different types of video music lessons.

The guitar lessons are offered by TrueFire, founded in 1991. TrueFire has collaborated with 600+ top educators to produce what Guitar Player Magazine calls “the planet’s largest and most comprehensive selection of online guitar lessons. 2 million+ guitar players, from virtually every country in the world, learn, practice, and play.”

With TrueFire Guitar Lessons you get interactive video courses and patented learning systems for personalized and private online instruction.

And TrueFire’s Beginning Guitar Lesson in each style is FREE. TrueFire’s success, over the years, is largely due to the high-quality artists and educators that have collaborated with them.

The Guitarfella.com states, “TrueFire really excels with its tuition for intermediate and advanced players, with a huge range of courses, lessons, and styles available. You have the freedom to choose your own learning path, which can help keep you interested and focused, even if it involves a little less hand-holding.”

First Steps for Beginners FREE

As with all the First Steps, in each music style, the first course is FREE, no credit card required. It’s FREE. It’s designed to have you playing quickly. No tedious music theory or boring exercises. These lessons are designed to have you playing the songs you love quickly and painlessly. Since they are free, check them out. What do you have to lose?

Next Step For Beginners

The Next Level Guitar Lessons is designed to get you playing quickly. You will learn more chords to expand your chord vocabulary. Chords you must know as a guitarist. You will also learn more strumming techniques and a single-note picking technique and songs. One of the most important elements in this Hands-On Method for Beginners is your first scale. 

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Are you wondering why you don’t seem to be making any progress with your guitar playing? You are taking guitar lessons, you practice a lot and you’ve been trying to improve but it just doesn’t seem to happen. Are you tired of seeing your friends making faster progress on the guitar than you are, even though they don’t seem to have any more ‘natural talent’ or practice time than you do? Are you becoming very frustrated because you are spending so much time, energy, and money into praying the guitar, but not seeming to make any progress?

Chances are you are probably standing in your own way…

Beginner, intermediate or advanced guitar players all advance to the next level quickly with TrueFire’s accelerated, hands-on study plan. There is no reading music or struggling through tedious music theory or boring exercises. 
Still not sure???
The beginning lessons in every music style are FREE!!!
Grab your guitar and get started

TrueFire’s Learning Path system assesses your current level of proficiency and creates a personalized curriculum of video lessons presented by TrueFire’s world-class guitar educators.
Come on!!! Let’s Get you Started

TrueFire’s intermediate and advanced guitar lessons have an outstanding rating in the guitar lesson arena.
Still Not Sure??
All Lessons have a sample track. 
Check it out!!!
You won’t know until you go listen to the samples.
Come on!!! Give it a try. You won’t know if it’s for you until you try it.

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