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Learn Guitar, earn certificates with paid and free online courses from Berklee and other top universities around the world. Read reviews to decide if a class is right for you.

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    • 24 hours worth of material, 6 weeks long
    • 17th Apr, 2023
    • Free Online Course (Audit)
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    • 15 hours worth of material, 4 weeks long
    • 3rd Apr, 2023
    • Free Online Course (Audit)
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    • 10 hours worth of material, 4 weeks long
    • 27th Mar, 2023
    • Free Online Course (Audit)
    • Coursera
    • 11 hours worth of material, 4 weeks long
    • 17th Apr, 2023
    • Free Online Course (Audit)
    • Coursera
    • 3 hours a week, 22 weeks long
    • Paid Course
    • 4 courses
    • YouTube
    • 1-2 hours worth of material
    • On-Demand
    • Free Online Course
    • YouTube
    • Less than 1 hour of material
    • On-Demand
    • Free Online Course
    • Craftsy
    • 1-2 hours worth of material
    • On-Demand
    • $39.00
    • YouTube
    • Less than 1 hour of material
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    • Free Online Course
    • YouTube
    • Less than 1 hour of material
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    • YouTube
    • 1-2 hours worth of material
    • On-Demand
    • Free Online Course
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    • Free Online Course
    • YouTube
    • 1-2 hours worth of material
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    • Free Online Course
    • YouTube
    • 2-3 hours worth of material
    • On-Demand
    • Free Online Course

Frequently asked questions about Guitar

What is the fastest way to learn guitar?

  • Choose your guitar
  • Choose a course and stick to it
  • Learn basic guitar anatomy
  • Learn the basic chords
  • Practice finger exercises
  • Learn to strum and keep rhythm
  • Learn new songs

Which guitar should I choose between acoustic and electric for learning?

Choose the kind of guitar that inspires you. Some points you may consider while choosing your guitar are your budget, physical differences between acoustic and electric guitars, their playability, your genre of interest, and your favorite artist. Electric guitars are physically somewhat easier to play as the strings are lighter and far more comfortable than acoustic guitars. Acoustic guitars are often considered harder to learn due to heavier strings and height of the strings.

Can guitar be self taught?

Yes, you can learn guitar on your own! With the availability of so many online courses, books and tutorials, learning guitar yourself is a lot easier today. If you want to polish your techniques, you may take physical classes from a teacher. But either way, you need to put in enough hard work and determination to learn guitar properly.

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