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I've put together THE best Guitar instruction course- on the Planet- to take you from absolute beginner to an ACTUAL, real, and GOOD Guitar player as FAST as humanly possible.

With over 305 video segments, 40+ hours of HD Video Instruction, section by section, lessons, I will literally be holding you by the hand, and showing you, step-by-step, note by note, and chord by chord- how to grab it, own it, and rock it on the acoustic guitar. Professionals call me the "teacher's teacher" because that's what I do best. I've played to thousands of people in huge venues, and I've played with some of the biggest names in the industry- but I absolutely LOVE teaching people how to master playing the guitar - in the shortest time possible.

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The Series Starts with A Guitar Course for the Absolute Beginner - OR someone picking up the guitar again!

If you have no experience then this is the perfect course to start with
before progressing into the Theory and Technique lessons.

If you're ready to recommit- there is nobody better than Neil Hogan to make the difference for you.
Continue down the page to check out the rest of the lessons in this series.

The Guitar Course for the Absolute Beginner

Guitar Course For The Absolute Beginner. If you have come to the site with no experience at all with the guitar and wonder where to start, this series of lessons is what you are looking for.
In Lesson 1 we start with some of the first things a student needs to know:
What to look for in a guitar, a comparison of steel and nylon string guitars, a little talk about different sizes, and some of the different ways of holding the guitar.
The rest of this series has everything you need to start with a solid foundation and head off to the wonderful world of guitar playing.
If you practice diligently for about an hour a day, you can complete this course in two weeks. That's all it takes to be able to start playing complete songs.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Lesson #1

  • Part 1: Choosing A Guitar
  • Part 2: Steel String Comparison
  • Part 3: Holding The Guitar
  • Part 4: Guitar Parts
  • Part 5: Review And Summary

Lesson #2

  • Part 6: Strings And Frets
  • Part 7: Half And Whole Steps
  • Part 8: String Names And Tuning
  • Part 9: Right Hand Position
  • Part 10: Left Hand Position
  • Part 11: Using A Pic
  • Part 12: Practice Exercises
  • Part 13: Open Strings Single Speed
  • Part 14: Open Strings Double Speed
  • Part 15: Fretted Notes
  • Part 16: Review And Summary

Lesson #3

  • Part 17: Review And Preview
  • Part 18: Learn The Notes
  • Part 19: Note Review
  • Part 20: Tabulature
  • Part 21: Chromatic Scale
  • Part 22: Play Along Chromatic
  • Part 23: A Little Bach
  • Part 24: A Little Minuet Play Along
  • Part 25: Review And Summary

Lesson #4

  • Part 26: Review And Preview
  • Part 27: Chords
  • Part 28: Strumming
  • Part 29: Changing Chords
  • Part 30: Play Along Duet
  • Part 31: Play Along Melody
  • Part 32: Play Along Chords
  • Part 33: Summary

Foundational Theory Lessons

Acoustic Genius - Guitar Course

Building onto the beginner blueprint course, this lesson course continues at a beginner level and elaborates on concepts like the musical alphabet is and the chromatic scale, we'll even show you how to properly tune your guitar to get the best sound every time you play.

Once you've learned the basics we'll take you through the fundamental building blocks of guitar, scales and patterns. The remainder of this portion will cover the major, minor, and pentatonic scales and patterns. Then progress into modes and constructing chords, this foundation will help you to understand how songs are constructed so that it becomes easier to deconstruct while learning them.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Fundamentals I

From The Beginning:
  • Chapter 1: What Is Music?
  • Chapter 2: Learning To Count I
  • Chapter 3: Learning To Count II
  • Chapter 4: The Musical Alphabet
  • Chapter 5: The Chromatic Scale
  • Chapter 6: Tuning The Guitar

Fundamentals II

Major Scales & Patterns:
  • Chapter 1: Major Scales I
  • Chapter 2: Major Scales II
  • Chapter 3: Major Scales III
  • Chapter 4: Major Scales IV
  • Chapter 5: Major Scale Patterns I
  • Chapter 6: Major Scale Patterns II

Blocks - Fundamentals III

Minor Scales & Patterns
  • Chapter 1: Minor Scales I
  • Chapter 2: Minor Scales II
  • Chapter 3: Minor Scales III
  • Chapter 4: Minor Scales IV
  • Chapter 5: Minor Scales V

Fundamentals IV

Pentatonic Scales & Patterns
  • Chapter 1: Pentatonic Scales I
  • Chapter 2: Pentatonic Scales II
  • Chapter 3: Pentatonic Scales III
  • Chapter 4: Pentatonic Scales IV
  • Chapter 5: Pentatonic Scales V

Fundamentals V

Modes: Inside & Out
  • Chapter 1: Introducing Modes
  • Chapter 2: The Mixolydian Mode
  • Chapter 3: The Dorian Mode
  • Chapter 4: Bookends & Inside Modes
  • Chapter 5: The Outside Modes
  • Chapter 6: Relative Relationships Between the Modes
  • Chapter 7:Which Mode Was That?!
  • Chapter 8: Modal Chord Progressions
  • Chapter 9: Modal Lead Patterns

Fundamentals VI

Chord Construction
  • Chapter 1: Defining Intervals
  • Chapter 2: Listening to Intervals
  • Chapter 3: Triads
  • Chapter 4: Suspended Chords
  • Chapter 5: Seventh Chords Part 1
  • Chapter 6: Seventh Chords Part 2
  • Chapter 7:Four String Chord Shapes Part 1
  • Chapter 8: Four String Chord Shapes Part 2
  • Chapter 9: Ninth Chords & More

Guide to Reading Music

A comprehensive course in making reading standard music notation easy. Many musicians are convinced that they are incapable of learning to read music. This is not true! The fears and phobias are debunked here in a simple manner to help you get a functional knowledge of reading music. It is not much more complicated than reading tablature, contains much more information, and can open many more doors with just a little concentrated effort.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Guide To Reading Music #1

  • Chapter 1: Overview
  • Chapter 2: Rhythm
  • Chapter 3: The Staff
  • Chapter 4: The Guitar

Guide To Reading Music #2

  • Chapter 1: C Major Scale
  • Chapter 2: Rhythm Exercise 1
  • Chapter 3: Scale Exercises 1 & 2
  • Chapter 4: Scale Exercises 3 & 4
  • Chapter 5: Scale Exercises 5 & 6

Guide To Reading Music #3

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Exercises 1-6
  • Part 3: Exercises 7-9
  • Part 4: Exercises 10-13
  • Part 5: Exercises 14-17
  • Part 6: Exercises 18-19

Guide To Reading Music #4

  • Part 1: Picking In Time
  • Part 2: Exercises 1 & 2
  • Part 3: Dotted Notes - Exercises 3 & 4
  • Part 4: Exercises 5 & 6
  • Part 5: Ties - Exercises 7 & 8

Guide To Reading Music #5

  • Part 1: Review & Preview
  • Part 2: The Major Scale
  • Part 3: Variation 1 - Thirds
  • Part 4: Other Variations
  • Part 5: The Relative Minor Scale

Guide To Reading Music #6

  • Part 1: The Major Scale
  • Part 2: Exercise 1
  • Part 3: Exercise 2
  • Part 4: Thirds

Guitar Geography - Learning the Fretboard

The best course you can find to provide a complete understanding of the guitar fretboard using concepts like intervals, and the relationship between steps, notes and scales.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Fundamentals I

From The Beginning:
  • Part 1: Preview & Review
  • Part 2: Natural Notes
  • Part 3: Major Scales Review
  • Part 4: Intervals
  • Part 5: Learn To Skip
  • Part 6: Up The Neck
  • Part 7: The Perfect Intervals
  • Part 8: Seconds & Thirds
  • Part 9: Sixths & Sevenths
  • Part 10: I - IV - V Progressions
  • Part 11: The Second String
  • Part 12: Reference Points
  • Part 13: What & Where

Ear Training: Melody

The ability to listen and recognize musical components is an indispensable skill for all musicians. While it may seem that some musicians pick up this skill very naturally, it can certainly be learned with proper practice.

This series will teach you how to pick out simple melodies using C, D, E, G & A Major scale exercises.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Ear Training: Melody

  • Part 1: Phase 1 - C Major - Intro & Overview
  • Part 2: Phase 1 - C Major - Play Through
  • Part 3: Phase 1 - C Major Exercises 1
  • Part 4: Phase 1 - C Major Exercises 2-4
  • Part 5: Phase 1 - C Major Exercises 5-6
  • Part 6: Phase 1 - C Major Exercises 7-8
  • Part 7: Phase 1 - C Major - Check It!
  • Part 8: Phase 1 - D Major - Play Through
  • Part 9: Phase 1 - D Major Exercises 1-2
  • Part 10: Phase 1 - D Major Exercises 3-4
  • Part 11: Phase 1 - D Major Exercises 5-6
  • Part 12: Phase 1 - D Major Exercises 7-8
  • Part 13: Phase 1 - D Major - Check It!
  • Part 14: Phase 1 - E Major - Play Through
  • Part 15: Phase 1 - E Major Exercises 1-2
  • Part 16: Phase 1 - E Major Exercises 3-4
  • Part 17: Phase 1 - E Major Exercises 5-6
  • Part 18: Phase 1 - E Major Exercises 7-8
  • Part 19: Phase 1 - E Major - Check It!
  • Part 20: Phase 1 - G Major - Warm Up
  • Part 21: Phase 1 - G Major - Exercise 1
  • Part 22: Phase 1 - G Major - Exercise 2-3
  • Part 23: Phase 1 - G Major - Exercise 4
  • Part 24: Phase 1 - G Major - Exercise 5
  • Part 25: Phase 1 - G Major - Exercise 6
  • Part 26: Phase 1 - G Major - Exercises 7-8
  • Part 27: Phase 1 - G Major - Check It! 1-3
  • Part 28: Phase 1 - G Major - Check It! 4-8
  • Part 29: Phase 1 - A Major - Warm Up
  • Part 30: Phase 1 - A Major - Exercise 1
  • Part 31: Phase 1 - A Major - Exercise 2
  • Part 32: Phase 1 - A Major - Check It!

Ear Training: Harmony

Another vital component of “ear training” is the ability to hear chord progressions and changes. This second installment to the ear training course focuses on five common guitar keys, and encourages you to listen to the progressions being used.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Ear Training: Harmony

  • Part 1: Chord Progressions - Intro
  • Part 2: Progression 1
  • Part 3: Progression 2
  • Part 4: Progression 3
  • Part 5: Check Progression 3
  • Part 6: Some Minor Chords
  • Part 7: Progressions 4-6
  • Part 8: Progressions 4-6 Review
  • Part 9: The Last Minor Chord
  • Part 10: Progressions 7-8
  • Part 11: Progressions 7-8 Review
  • Part 12: Seventh Chords
  • Part 13: Common Progressions
  • Part 14: What Did You Hear
  • Part 15: Secondary Chords
  • Part 16: More Progressions
  • Part 17: More Progressions Reviewed
  • Part 18: Songs To Know

Master These Guitar Techniques

Technique Lesson

Strumming Simplified

This entire volume takes you through the fundamentals you need to become a solid rhythm player. Within this course you'll be taught how to strum using a pick or your fingers, tips on changing chords smoothly, and we'll show you some strumming patterns you can practice.

Once you get strumming down we'll give you a series of chords you can start practicing with and fun strum along exercises to hone your new guitar skill.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Strumming Simplified

  • Part 1: Intro Preview
  • Part 2: Holding The Guitar & Left Hand Position
  • Part 3: Strumming With A Pick
  • Part 4: Strumming With Your Fingers
  • Part 5: Strumming Motion & Changing Chords
  • Part 6: Patterns & Principles
  • Part 7: The Rock Pattern
  • Part 8: The Folk Pattern
  • Part 9: The Ballad Pattern
  • Part 10: The Country Pattern
  • Part 11: Time Signatures

Chord Companion

  • Part 1: Compleat Open Chords I
  • Part 2: Compleat Open Chords II
  • Part 3: Compleat Open Chords III
  • Part 4: Compleat Open Chords IV
  • Part 5: Compleat Barre Chords I
  • Part 6: Compleat Barre Chords II
  • Part 7: Compleat Barre Chords III
  • Part 8: Compleat Barre Chords IV

Practice Partner

  • Part 1: Preview and Review
  • Part 2: Scales & Chord Progression
  • Part 3: Parting Thoughts
  • Part 4: Exercise 1A
  • Part 5: Exercise 1C
  • Part 6: Exercise 1D
  • Part 7: Exercise 1E
  • Part 8: Exercise 1G
  • Part 9: Exercise 2A
  • Part 10: Exercis 2C
  • Part 11: Exercise 2D
  • Part 12: Exercise 2E
  • Part 13: Exercise 2G
  • Part 14: Exercise 3A
  • Part 15: Exercise 3C
  • Part 16: Exercise 3D
  • Part 17: Exercise 3E
  • Part 18: Exercise 3G
  • Part 19: Exercise 4A
  • Part 20: Exercise 4C
  • Part 21: Exercise 4D
  • Part 22: Exercise 4E
  • Part 23: Exercise 4G
  • Part 24: Exercise 5A
  • Part 25: Exercise 5Am
  • Part 26: Exercise 5C
  • Part 27: Exercise 5D
  • Part 28: Exercise 5E
  • Part 29: Exercise 5Em
  • Part 30: Exercise 5G

Fingerpicking 101

All the techniques and concepts you'll need to become a comfortable fingerstyle player. Within this lesson section you'll start with a few basic, open chords while we walk you through proper hand position and the best way to strike the strings when playing this style of guitar.

We'll also take you through various arpeggio exercises and alternating bass techniques, to show you how to create fingerpicking accompaniments instead of memorizing hundreds of unrelated patterns.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course


  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Look At The Chords
  • Part 3: Hand Position And Striking The Strings
  • Part 4: An Arpeggio Exercise
  • Part 5: The Components
  • Part 6: Patterns
  • Part 7: More On Patterns
  • Part 8: Moving On

Introduction to Blues Guitar

This section starts off with a review of concepts and techniques that students should already be familiar with after progressing through this guitar course. We'll go through a series of lessons that introduce some common accompaniment styles for basic blues. This intro section is primarily focused on rhythm guitar playing, so be sure to have strumming down before tackling this part.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Introduction to Blues Guitar

  • Part 1: The Preliminaries
  • Part 2: Simple 12 Bar Blues
  • Part 3: Twelve Bar Variation
  • Part 4: Intro to Power Chords
  • Part 5: The Blues Shuffle
  • Part 6: More on the Blues Shuffle
  • Part 7: A Look Up The Neck
  • Part 8: Edgar Blues Play Along
  • Part 9: Allan Blues 1 Play Along
  • Part 10: Allan Blues 2 Play Along

Country Blues Guitar (Fingerstyle)

Whether you love country or hate it, this course offers a variety of techniques to help you advance your playing skills.

Within this section you'll find information on rhythm that is commonly used in blues, combined with proper right hand position and left hand techniques like vibrato and bending. You'll learn to keep a steady bass pattern combined with simple lick variations, chord changes and pattern arrangements.

Then we'll lead you into alternating bass notes, show you how to use hammer on's and passing bass notes between chords, to create that iconic folk blues sound. We continue to expand on the concept of alternating bass, with an introduction to the concept of syncopated melody notes that are played right before chord changes.

Finally, to round out this country blues section, we'll take you through lessons that introduce a ragtime feel, using more complex musical sequences and teaching the theory behind the use of chord outside the key signatures. You'll find some quick changes and other intermediate left hand techniques that may take a bit more time to master due to the finger stretches you'll need to play some of the lesson.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Country Blues

  • Part 1: Lesson Overview
  • Part 2: Key Signatures and Chord Progressions
  • Part 3: Pioneers and Messengers
  • Part 4: Intro and the Shuffle Rhythm
  • Part 5: Right Hand Techniques
  • Part 6: Left Hand Techniques
  • Part 7: Exercise 1
  • Part 8: Exercises 2&3
  • Part 9: Exercise 1 Play Along
  • Part 10: Exercise 2 Play Along
  • Part 11: Exercise 3 Play Along
  • Part 12: Conclusion Part 1: Lesson Overview
  • Part 2: Key Signatures and Chord Progressions
  • Part 3: Pioneers and Messengers
  • Part 4: Intro and the Shuffle Rhythm
  • Part 5: Right Hand Techniques
  • Part 6: Left Hand Techniques
  • Part 7: Exercise 1
  • Part 8: Exercises 2&3
  • Part 9: Exercise 1 Play Along
  • Part 10: Exercise 2 Play Along
  • Part 11: Exercise 3 Play Along
  • Part 12: Conclusion
  • Part 13: Play Through and Break Down
  • Part 14: Smokestack Blues Play Along
  • Part 15: Smokestack Blues Let's Experiment
  • Part 16: Blues Man Play Through and Structure
  • Part 17: Blues Man Breakdown
  • Part 18: Blues Man Play Along
  • Part 19: Blues Man Let's Experiment
  • Part 20: Mississippi Blues Play Through and Structure
  • Part 21: Mississippi Blues A Look At The Left Hand
  • Part 22: Mississippi Blues Breakdown
  • Part 23: Mississippi Blues Play Along
  • Part 24: Mississippi Blues Conclusion
  • Part 25: Sand Dollar Blues Play Through And Structure
  • Part 26: Sand Dollar Blues Breakdown
  • Part 27: Sand Dollar Blues Play Along
  • Part 28: Sand Dollar Blues Let's Experiment
  • Part 29: Summertime Strut Play Through And Preview
  • Part 30: Summertime Strut Chords And Structure
  • Part 31: Summertime Strut Breakdown
  • Part 32: Summertime Strut Play Along
  • Part 33: Summertime Strut Wrap It Up

Chord Solo Lessons

Chord solos are instrumental arrangements of a song, and use chord progression, the melody and rhythm of a song combined in a way that makes them playable for solo guitarists.

Chord solos also make great instrumental sections within a song that you sing along with, similar to how songs include a lead break.

Within this section we'll start you off with a series of concepts and techniques to help you understand the concept of chord solos and teach you how to make your own instrumental arrangements as well.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Chord Solos

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Components and Techniques
  • Part 3: Greensleeves Strumming
  • Part 4: Greensleeves Fingerpicking
  • Part 5: Grandfather Fingerpicking
  • Part 6: Grandfather Strumming
  • Part 7: Parting Thoughts

Lead Secrets

The final course in this series is all about learning lead guitar, we take a unique approach to the concept of leads, and instead of practicing and memorizing different scales, we encourage you to think about lead playing in a more simple format, using 3string reductions of common, moveable chord shapes like E, A & D on the top three strings as a basis for creating a second guitar part.

We will still review scales and varying chord shapes, just in a more comprehensive manner, as you learn, we will build on the concepts by covering common chord progressions, putting the shapes together, combining major and minor progressions, and adding nonharmonic notes to make your leads more interesting.

Finally, we'll demonstrate the concepts you have learned in this course, using backing tracks, and encourage you to do the same during your practice sessions.

Here's What You'll Learn In This Course

Lead Secrets

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Major And Minor Scales
  • Part 3: Chords In Keys
  • Part 4: Moveable Shapes
  • Part 5: Three String Triads
  • Part 6: Common Progressions
  • Part 7: Connect The Dots
  • Part 8: Major And Minor Combinations
  • Part 9: Non Harmonic Additions
  • Part 10: Thats A Wrap-For Now
  • Part 11: Demos And Rhythm Tracks
  • Part 12: Appendix 1A DemoInG
  • Part 13: Appendix 1B RhythmInG
  • Part 14: Appendix2A Demo In A
  • Part 15: Appendix 2B Rhythm In A
  • Part 16: Appendix 3A Demo In A Minor
  • Part 17: Appendix 3B Rhythm In A Minor

Get To Know Your Instructor

Why Me? Because I'm Neil Hogan- The "Teacher's Teacher", I've been teaching Guitar for over 30 years. And I still remember what it was like to learn to play.

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Over the years, many masters influenced my guitar journey, including John Renbourn, John Fahey, Jorma Kaukonen, Steve Howe, Mason Williams, Julian Bream, Leo Kottke and Keola Beamer, as well as great singer-songwriters like James Taylor, Jim Croce, Al Stewart, Jackson Browne, and of course, Lennon and McCartney.

John Renbourn
John Fahey
Jorma Kaukonen
Steve Howe
Mason Williams
Julian Bream
Leo Kottke
Keola Beamer
James Taylor
Jim Croce
Al Stewart
Jackson Browne

I have been fortunate enough to get to know many of these people and collaborate with them as well.

Everybody loves music and wants to learn to play an instrument, possibly multiple ones, but most people do not know where to start. The best place is to find a good teacher.

There are many teachers out there who might be able to show you what they know. The best teachers are those who can bridge the gap between the creative artists who write and compose music, and the students who want to learn. In order to do this, the teacher must speak and understand many languages, be able to translate them, and convey the information to the student in terms they understand.

Founder and Artistic Director of the International Guitar Camp

With Guest Instructors that included:

Dave Nachmanoff
Doug Young
Al Stewart

Muriel Anderson
Alex De Grassi
Richard Hoover

This level of instruction is not common among teachers but it is what I do. In order to teach effectively you must understand how students learn, and not just paraphrase the textbook to them. You have to become the bridge between the creative artists and the eager students.

I studied classical guitar and played the lute for many years in my early 20s, which really gave me the skills to play just about anything. I also always loved the music of Scott Joplin and have enjoyed playing many classic rags on the steel-string guitar. I feel I am a very accomplished guitarist and can play just about anything I set my mind to, but I realized many years ago that I have a much more important skill, and role in the musical world - communication.

This is my passion, and I guarantee you will learn more in these 40+ hours of instruction than you have in the hundreds, or thousands of hours you have already invested in learning music.

Neil Has Recorded 6 Albums


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What Students Are Saying

I never realized how important the basics were. Its important to know the fretboard up and down. Not everybody will see the value in this. In the beginning i might have skipped this over. Neil has a way of explaining things and make them crystal clear. I have been spending hours going over and over all of Neil's music theory. It is my hope that others can realize this also.These lessons are worth double what they are asking for. Thank You
George H.
On Acoustic Genius Guitar Course

Thanks for this section on cord solos. I have always wanted to understand how to construct instrumentals and this gives a good starting point.
On Chord Solo Lessons

Great stuff Neil. I've been playing for more than 50 years professionally and recreational and have very little theory in my background. I play by ear and feel so these lessons are like reverse engineering for me.
On Strumming Simplified
I cannot express how valuable the AGS has been to me. I am so happy that you have augmented it. To me, this alone is worth the subscription. Pure gold! Keep up the great work.
On Guitar Geography - Learning The Fretboard

Been hacking around with the guitar on and off for 40 years. Unfortunately, never in a structured, organized or consistent way, so I've got A LOT of really bad habits and poor chord forms. I'm going back to 'square one' to see what I can clean up and improve things overall, and so far, I like the approach. I already 'see' the sense in the '2-3-4' G rather than the '1-2-3' I've always used, though it is a bit of a challenge to break the old habit.
James Price
On Acoustic Genius Guitar Course

This introduction to blues is awesome!!! It's really interesting to see how to build a simple blues out of a few simple things. Thanks a lot Neil. I'm very eager to discover the next parts of this lesson and add some leads on top of that.
Introduction to Blues Guitar