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Make yourself a coffee, grab a guitar, and let’s learn to play it the easy way (relaxed and step by step)!

What you will learn

Play rhythms, chords, and beautiful melodies.

Develop left and right-hand techniques through warm-up exercises.

Learn to read easy sheet music.

Understand basic music theory – scales, chords, and how they are connected.

Gain general knowledge about guitar and music.

Build a good foundation for further progress.


Welcome to the guitar for beginners course!

My name is Filip Flego, I am a professional guitar player and teacher, and I will lead you through the process of learning guitar.

We will start from the absolute beginning, and we will cover basic chords, melodies, rhythms, and left and right-hand techniques. We will do all that using original songs composed specially for this course.

Now and then, there are warm-up and theory lessons.
Warm-up lessons will help you develop different techniques, synchronize between left and right hand, and gain strength in the left hand.

Theory lessons will help you to systemize all the knowledge that you will gain.

Each lesson video lasts for max. 5 minutes. I suggest you dedicate 15 to 30 minutes to each lesson. Make pauses and watch some parts twice if you need it.

My other suggestion is that you practice at least 5 days in a week.

Every lesson is structured this way (except warm-up lessons and theory lessons):

1) I play the song

2) Explanation step by step – here you are learning. Make pauses if you need or watch some parts twice.

3) We play together – when you feel confident about your playing, here we do it together! 😉

4) After each lesson, you will download the PDF file with notation, TABs, comments, and further explanations to better understand what you have just learned to play, as well as to learn how you can write and read music.


If you never touched a guitar before, and don’t know anything about music (but you would love to play guitar, and understand music), I designed this course for you.

This is the right place to start.

Make yourself a coffee, grab a guitar and let’s learn to play it the easy way!

See you in your first lesson 🙂


List of knowledge and skills you will gain until the end of this course:

1) Chords: C, D, Dmin, D7, E, Emin, E7, F, F#7, G, G7, A, Amin, Amin7, A7, Bmin, B7

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2) Scales:

– major: C, G, D, F

– minor: a, e, b, d

– harmonic minor: a, e, b, d

3) Rhythms and meters: different rhythms in 4/4 and 3/4 meters

4) Techniques:

– LH: hammer-on, pull-off;

– RH: playing with fingers and with a pick; palm mute

5) Warm-up exercises – for left hand; for synchronization between LH and RH

6) Reading easy sheet music:

– whole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, notes with a dot

– tonalities C, G, D, F, a, e, b, d

– repetition signs, prima & seconda volta

– ritardando, fermata

7) Music theory:

-construction of major, minor, and harmonic minor scale

– construction of chords (triads in major scale + 4 note chord on V degree)

– creation of simple bass lines using root and 5th

– degrees in the scale

– writing techniques (melodies): nota di volta, chromatic passing tone



Tuning guitar, first chords and rhythms

Welcome Presentation
How to hold and tune your guitar
Warm-Up: C Major Chord
Sunny Day: C Major Chord With Easy Rhythm
Warm-Up: E Minor Chord
Warm-Up: A Minor Chord
First Waltz: 3/4, C Major and A Minor Chords
Chords – Fretboard Diagrams
Meters: 3/4 and 4/4
Warm-Up: G Major Chord
Major and Minor: Exercising Chords
Duration Of The Notes

First Melodies

Section 2 – Overview
Warm-Up: Stretching Fingers
Friendly Tune Part 1: Your First Melody
Friendly Tune Part 2: Chords and Rhythm
Climbing Stairs Part 1: C Major Scale as Melody
Climbing Stairs Part 2: Chords and Right Hand Technique
Reading Sheet Music
Warm-Up: D Minor Chord and Right Hand Technique
Knitting On The Strings: Chords and Right Hand Technique
Chords – Fretboard Diagrams Part 2
Right Hand Fingers
Exercising Part 1: Melody (Octaves)
Exercising Part 2: Chords

First Lesson On Music Theory, LH Techniques

Section 3 – Overview
First Bite Of Music Theory – C Major Scale, 3rds (Part 1)
First Bite Of Music Theory – Chords (Part 2)
Dancing On The Stairs Part 1: Melody
Dancing On The Stairs Part 2: Bass Line
Warm-Up: More Stretching
Release: Pull-Off Technique
Hit: Hammer-On Technique
In The Garden Part 1: Melody
In The Garden Part 2: Chords and Rhythm
Warm-Up: F Major Chord
Afternoon Nap: C and F Major, Right Hand Technique

Chords And Degrees Of The Scale, Bass Lines

Section 4 – Overview
Second Bite Of Music Theory – Chords In C Major Scale
Degrees In The Scale
By The Sea Part 1: Melody
By The Sea Part 2: Chords
Small Bite Of Music Theory – Bass Lines
Bass Lines / Fifths
Multitasking: Chords + Bass Line
Combinations: Melody and Chords

Scales: Chromatic, G, D And F Major

Section 5 – Overview
Third Bite Of Music Theory: Chromatic Scale
Chromatic Scale
G Major Scale
Beautiful Melody in G Major
Walking Part 1: Chords and Rhythm
Walking Part 2: Melody
D Major Scale
Beautiful Melody in D Major
Warm-Up: Hammer On, Pull Off
Driving: Chords + Little Melody
F Major Scale
Major Scales
Beautiful Melody in F Major
Warm-Up: Stretching Fingers Part 2
Flying Part 1: Chords and Rhythm
Flying Part 2: Melody
Chords – Fretboard Diagrams Part 3

Minor Scales

Introduction To The Next Section
Fourth Bite Of Music Theory: Minor Scales
Fifth Bite Of Music Theory: Harmonic Minor Scales
Minor And Harmonic Minor Scales
Beautiful Melody in A Minor
Beautiful Melody in E Minor
Beautiful Melody in B Minor
Beautiful Melody in D Minor

Extra Section – Additional Materials

Section 7 – Overview and Materials
Go Tell It On The Mountain
Amazing Grace
Blues in A