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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.

Play Guitar Podcast Lee Anderson

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    • 4.9, 71 Ratings

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.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
71 Ratings

71 Ratings

Marty Slash ,

Awesome!!!!

Lee’s podcast is incredible! Found it around 3 weeks ago and have been binge listening on my commute ever since It’s amazing how Lee can teach guitar without needing to see him. Lee’s podcast has made me even more excited about my guitar journey.

New Rule!??? ,

Episode 50-Mixing Minor and Major Pentatonics

I finally tried mixing Minor and Major Pentatonic scales and I feel like I entered a new universe of improvising. I had been spending a lot of time trying to master the minor pentatonic patterns and got pretty good at it and was having a lot of fun improvising over backing tracks. But like Lee said would happen, I started to feel “boxed in”. I remembered listening to episode 50 and thinking it would be way to complicated for me to mix the scales. But I went back and listened to it and decided to give it a shot. I hadn’t really spent a lot of time learning Major scale patterns, so what I ended up doing was treating the G major pentatonic as an E minor pentatonic(relative minor to G Major) and combined it with the G minor pentatonic. It eventually started to become easier to play both together and mix them up and I now feel like I made a giant leap in my guitar playing and I’m having so much fun with it.
Thanks Lee! Great podcast. I’ve learned so much from it and am constantly inspired by your encouragement.
Mark

Clembobb ,

Great for restarting after a long break

I played for 20+ years, got away from it for 15+ years, and recently decided to jump back in. It was humbling and slow-going at first, but Lee’s fretboard exercises were just what I needed to get those fingers moving again. It’s encouraging to see strength and speed returning. It’s funny, in some areas (fingering and chord transitions) I’m no where near where I was, but in other areas (expressiveness and dynamics) I think I’m better. Looking forward to continuing to improve. Lee’s teaching style is personable and encouraging. Just what I need. Thanks, Lee.

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