Learn How To Play Guitar – Beginner Guitar Lesson #1

Hi I’m Nate Savage, and welcome to the Beginner
Guitar Quick-Start Series. Now I get people emailing me all of the time, “Nate I would really
like to play the guitar, but I don’t know where to start.” That is why I made this series.
It’s for people like you who have always wanted to play the guitar but just haven’t done it
yet. There are inevitably a lot of guitar players
out there who are going to doubt that they have the ability to play the guitar. And let
me just tell you right now, your hands aren’t too big, they’re not too small, you’re not
too young, you’re not too old, and it doesn’t matter if you are going to be playing the
electric or acoustic. Everyone has their own particular challenges, but I’m confident that
if you put your mind to it and practice you can play the guitar. Throughout this series I’ve made sure to include
the most important things you’re going to need to have success right away on the guitar.
We’re going to cover things that aren’t necessarily related to playing like tuning your guitar,
how to hold the guitar, parts of the guitar, and then we’re going to get into things like
technique, how to strum, how to make your first chords, and even how to play your first
song. I know the guitar has been a super-enriching part
of my life and hopefully we can get it to where it’s the same for you. That’s why I
made the Beginner Guitar Quick-Start Series, to get people like you the tools you’re going
to need to get started. By the end of these twelve lessons you’re
going to be able to strum and know enough chords to play some of your favorite songs,
and that’s going to be awesome and motivating for you. You’re going to have a solid foundation
for your future, and you’re going to have a great idea of what you need to work on next. If you have any questions throughout the entire
series you can leave them in the commenting system below each video. I’ll be in there
to answer your questions as much as I can, or you can just email me [email protected]
I’ll see you in the first lesson.