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Learn to Play it Right – Guitar Lessons | Platinum Membership

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“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”

Bob Marley

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Platinum Member Video Lessons are different from the "Play Through" videos here. They are detailed note for note instructions, in a simple to follow formula that breaks down the material into smaller and easier to learn sections. They walk you through the subtleties and essentially address everything from a private lesson, but in video format.

Each lesson page includes a discussion section, so if you like you can ask questions, and see previous questions and answers regarding the lesson. You can also contact me directly via email. I consider every Platinum Member to be a private student of mine, and I'm here to help you the best I can.

If you prefer to use tab with your lessons you will also have access to the Platinum Member Tabs Library. I personally lift and tab everything myself and take great pride in the accuracy of its content. 

You can stop wasting precious practice time hunting through 1000's of videos and tabs that are riddled with errors and incomplete - as 90% of the guitar instruction options online are today, and start learning to play it right!

 The Platinum Member Video Lessons and Tabs are exclusive to L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons, and are not embedded from other websites so you will need a FLV (Flash) or a QuickTime player to watch them, and a PDF reader to read them. All of the Video Lessons have studio quality audio and are in High Definition, but also offer a Standard Definition option for slower web connections. Please click/tap below to watch clips from:

Jessica Melody - The Allman Brothers Band Lesson

Arpeggios on G, B & E Strings Lesson

Jam Track #3 - Slow Blues Lead Tips Lesson


 

The Platinum Member libraries have many hours of instruction to keep you advancing as a guitarist. These are the current titles available with new lessons being uploaded regularly.

 

Video Lessons Library

 

 Songs, Intros & Solos:

Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2) SOLO - PINK FLOYD (46.32 min)
Are You Gonna Go My Way Solo - Lenny Kravitz (25.54 min)
Back in Black Intro and Rhythm - AC/DC (21.57 min)
Badge Solo - Cream (29.15 min)
BLACK MAGIC WOMAN INTRO - SANTANA (20.02 min)
BLACK MAGIC WOMAN SOLO - SANTANA (31.55 min)
Blue Sky Solo 1 - The Allman Brothers Band (64.32 min)
BLUE SKY SOLO 2 - THE ALLMAN BROTHERS band (83.57 MIN)
Bohemian Rhapsody Solo - Queen (18.54 MIN)
Bold as Love SOLO - John Mayer (86.00 MIN)
Bron-Y-Aur Stomp - Led Zeppelin (58.29 MIN)
Californication SOLO - Red Hot Chili Peppers (13.41 MIN)
COMFORTABLY NUMB SOLO 1 - PINK FLOYD (18.42 min)
COMFORTABLY NUMB SOLO 2 - PINK FLOYD (49.15 min)
Coming Back to Life Intro (Studio) - Pink Floyd (42.59 min)
COMING BACK TO LIFE INTRO (Pulse Live Variation) - PINK FLOYD (15.04 MIN)
COMING BACK TO LIFE Solo 1 (Pulse Live) - PINK FLOYD (26.41 MIN)
CROSSFIRE SOLO 1 - STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN (42.38 min)
Crossroads Solo 1 - Cream (40.56 min)
Dogs Solo 1 - Pink Floyd (21.59 min)
Every Rose has it's Thorn Solo 2 - Poison (16.16 min)
Five Long Years Intro - Eric Clapton (35.46 min)
Flying Home Solo (Guitar Wizard) - Charlie Christian (35.48 min)
Hey Joe Intro & Rhythm Parts - Jimi Hendrix (38.31 min)
Hey Joe Solo - Jimi Hendrix (21.40 min)
Hide Away Intro - Freddie King (25.10 min)
Hotel California Solo - Eagles (48.37 min)
I Can't be Satisfied Intro - Muddy Waters (19.05 min)
I Know a Little Intro - Lynryd Skynyrd (40.29 min)
I'm Tore Down Solo - Eric Clapton (34.51 min)
JESSICA MELODY - THE ALLMAN BROTHERS Band (30.51 min)
JESSICA HARMONY - THE ALLMAN BROTHERS Band (25.58 min)
JESSICA Solo - THE ALLMAN BROTHERS Band (108.59 min)
Johnny B. Goode Intro - Chuck Berry (18.25 min)
Kid Charlemagne Solo 1 - Steely Dan (39.03 min)
 La Grange Intro, Rhythm & Bridge - ZZ Top (24.27 min)
 La Grange Solo 1 - ZZ Top (40.07 min)
 Lazy Solo 1 - Deep Purple (44.09 min)
 Lenny Intro - Stevie Ray Vaughan (33.13 min)
 Lenny Solo 1 - Stevie Ray Vaughan (40.31 min)
 Lenny Solo 2 - Stevie Ray Vaughan (55.36 min)
 Lights Solo - Journey (35.05 min)
 Little Wing Intro - Jimi Hendrix (38.20 min)
 Little Wing Solo - Jimi Hendrix (36.02 min)
 Love in Vain Solo 1 (Essen Live) - The Rolling Stones (32.51 min)
 Lucille Solo - B.B. King (15.34 min)
Me & My Uncle Solo (Skull & Roses Live) - Grateful Dead (27.56 Min)
MELISSA LEAD PART - The Allman Brothers Band (72.48 Min)
Melissa Rhythm Part - The Allman Brothers Band (35.00 MIN)
Mother Solo - Pink Floyd (19.06 Min)
NO WOMAN NO CRY SOLO - BOB MARLEY (46.53 Min)
On an Island SOLO 1 - David Gilmour (54.25 Min)
On an Island SOLO 2 - David Gilmour (41.41 Min)
One Intro Solo - Metallica (21.25 min)
One of These Nights Solo - Eagles (32.09 min)
One Way Out Solo 1 - The Allman Brothers Band (38.55 min)
Paranoid Solo - Black Sabbath (23.34 min)
PRIDE AND JOY SOLO - STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN (50.47 min)
Reconsider Baby Intro - Eric Clapton (22.57 min)
 Red House Intro - Jimi Hendrix (22.39 min)
 Red House Solo - Jimi Hendrix (42.04 min)
 Remedy Solo - The Black Crowes (29.56 min)
 Riviera Paradise Intro - Stevie Ray Vaughan (48.03 min)
 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part One) Solo - Pink Floyd (25.36 min)
 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part Two) Solo - Pink Floyd (31.31 min)
 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part Three) Solo - Pink Floyd (23.48 min)
Since I've Been Loving You Solo - LED ZEPPELIN (66.43 min)
So, It's Like That Solo 2 (K.O.T.B Finals Live) - Joe Bonamassa (35.19 min)
Someday After a While Intro - Eric Clapton (26.45 min)
Southbound Intro - The Allman Brothers Band (25.18 min)
Southbound Solo 1 - The Allman Brothers Band (34.51 min)
Southbound Solo 2 - The Allman Brothers Band (46.55 min)
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN SOLO - LED ZEPPELIN (34.00 min)
Statesboro Blues Intro (Fillmore) - The Allman Brothers Band (39.56 min)
STEEL GUITAR RAG - BOB WILLS & the texas playboys (41.12 min)
Still Got the Blues (For You) Solo 1 - Gary Moore (23.20 min)
Stop! Intro - Joe Bonamassa (11.03 min)
Stray Cat Strut Solo 1 - Stray Cats (14.11 min)
Sultans of Swing Solo 1 - Dire Straits (29.09 min)
Sultans of Swing Solo 2 - Dire Straits (31.13 min)
 Sweet Child O' Mine Intro - Guns and Roses (20.30 min)
 Sweet Child O' Mine Solo 1 & 2 - Guns and Roses (19.08 min)
 Sweet Home Alabama Intro - Lynyrd Skynyrd (11.34 min)
 Sweet Home Alabama Solo 1 - Lynyrd Skynyrd (11.45 min)
 Sweet Home Alabama Solo 2 - Lynyrd Skynyrd (32.51 min)
 Sweet Home Alabama Verse & Chorus - Lynyrd Skynyrd (21.30 min)
 Sympathy for the Devil Solo - The Rolling Stones (26.56 min)
TAKE IT EASY SOLO 1 (HFO LIVE) - Eagles (25.01 min)
TAKE IT EASY SOLO 2 (HFO LIVE) - Eagles (37.11 min)
TEXAS FLOOD INTRO - STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN (40.49 min)
THE WIND CRIES MARY SOLO AND OUTRO - JIMI HENDRIX (26.43 min)
Third Degree SOLO - Eric Clapton (48.59 min)
Thorn in My Pride Solo -The Black Crowes (20.33 min)
Three Times A Fool Solo - JOE BONAMASSA (17.07 MIN)
Thunderstruck Intro - AC/DC (12.06 min)
Time Solo - Pink Floyd (34.01 MIN)
Time Makes Two Intro - Robert Cray (16.34 MIN)
Time Makes Two Solo - Robert Cray (31.06 MIN)
VILLANOVA JUNCTION SOLO 1 - JIMI HENDRIX (34.36 min)
Waiting in Vain SOLO - Bob Marley (16.59 min)
Walk this Way SOLO 1 - Aerosmith (10.34 min)
While My Guitar Gently Weeps Solo 1 - The Beatles (Clapton) (27.09 min)
Wish You Were Here Intro - Pink Floyd (19.28 min)
Wish You Were Here Intro Solo - Pink Floyd (20.30 min)
Wish You Were Here Rhythm Part - Pink Floyd (10.50 min)
Woodstock Intro - C.S.N.Y (22.11 min)
You Shook Me All Night Long Solo - AC/DC (25.41 min)

 

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Guitar Lick Lessons:

GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 1 STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN (35.23 MIN)
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 2 JIMI HENDRIX (29.20 MIN)
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 3 ERIC CLAPTON (34.09 MIN)
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 4 B.B. KING (31.57 MIN)
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 5 "X-TRA" ADVANCED BLUES (42.35 min)
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 6 Intermediate Country Rock in A7 (25.07 min)
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 7 James Brown Rhythm Guitar Licks (23.22 min)
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 8 Standard Tuning Slide in E7 (23.57 min)

 

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Theory & Technique:

Notes of the Fretboard (16.41 min)
Key Signature Sharps & Flats (19.05 min)
Nashville Number System (11.23 min)
Folk Chords (32.10 MIN)
Power Chords (21.00 min)
Bar Chords (23.02 min)
"A" String Root Chords (24.25 min)
 Maj 7 Inversions (7.45 min)
 Dom 7 Inversions (7.44 min)
 Min 7 Inversions (6.57 min)
Min 7b5 Inversions (7.07 min)
MAJ 9 INVERSIONS (10.35 Min)
DOM 9 INVERSIONS (10.36 Min)
MIN 9 INVERSIONS (11.15 min)
MAJ 6 INVERSIONS (9.16 Min)
MIN 6 INVERSIONS (9.03 min)
DIMINISHED INVERSIONS (13.17 min)
What is C.A.G.E.D.? (7.42 min)
C.A.G.E.D. Major Scale (17.53 min)
Linear Playing (Major Scale) (19.49 min)
C.A.G.E.D. Minor Blues Scale (14.30 min)
C.A.G.E.D. Minor Pentatonic Scale (25.45 min)
C.A.G.E.D. Major Pentatonic Scale (21.22 min)
Major & Minor Pentatonic Scale Similarities (17.20 min)
Chromatic Scale (22.24 min)
WHAT ARE Modes ? (26.37 MIN)
Ionian & Lydian Modes (12.16 MIN)
Dorian MODE (28.02 MIN)
Phrygian MODE (21.17 MIN)
Mixolydian Mode & Dom 7 Scale Options (24.29 MIN)
Aeolian MODE (25.17 MIN)
Locrian MODE (9.22 MIN)
Arpeggios on G, B & E Strings (11.24 min)
Arpeggios on D, G & B Strings (8.37 min)
Arpeggios on A, D & G Strings (9.22 min)
Arpeggios on E, A & D Strings (6.44 min)
Arpeggios & Position Playing (22.32 min)
3 Note 2 Octave Arpeggios (23.35 min)
What are Intervals? (15.51 min)
Intervals 1 - 3rds (32.16 min)
Intervals 2 - 6ths (29.31 min)
Intervals 3 - 7ths (26.47 min)
Intervals 4 - Octaves (26.43 min)
Bends, Slides, Hammer On's & Pull Off's (21.37 min)
Bluegrass G Runs (25.55 MIN)
Bluegrass Rhythm (30.02 MIN)
Building Speed (24.16 MIN)
Country & Bluegrass Bass Runs (22.29 MIN)
Hybrid Picking (30.05 min)
Natural & Pinched Harmonics (15.38 min)
Playing with a Slide (23.06 min)
Practicing Scales (18.34 min)
Strumming Patterns (28.19 MIN)
"Travis" Picking (24.22 min)
Using a Capo (22.17 MIN)
Vibrato (24.10 MIN)
Walking Bass Line for a Jazz Blues (31.48 min)
Warm Up & Crosspicking Exercises (28.17 min)

 

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Jam Tracks:

JAM TRACK #1 - Latin Groove RHYTHM TIPS (17.28 MIN)
JAM TRACK #1 - Latin Groove LEAD TIPS (12.14 MIN)
JAM TRACK #2 - Funk Groove RHYTHM TIPS (8.20 Min)
JAM TRACK #2 - Funk Groove LEAD TIPS (12.14 min)
JAM TRACK #3 - Slow Blues RHYTHM TIPS (14.52 MIN)
JAM TRACK #3 - Slow Blues LEAD TIPS (12.08 MIN)
JAM TRACK #4 - Medium Shuffle Blues RHYTHM TIPS (15.33 MIN)
JAM TRACK #4 - Medium Shuffle Blues LEAD TIPS (17.58 MIN)
JAM TRACK #5 - Jazz Blues RHYTHM TIPS (27.55 MIN)
JAM TRACK #5 - Jazz Blues LEAD TIPS (27.18 MIN)
JAM TRACK #6 - Mellow Major Groove RHYTHM TIPS (16.04 MIN)
JAM TRACK #6 - Mellow Major Groove LEAD TIPS (12.59 MIN)
JAM TRACK #7 - Major Muzac Groove RHYTHM TIPS (13.00 MIN)
JAM TRACK #7 - Major Muzac Groove LEAD TIPS (13.01 MIN)

 

Tabs Library

 

 Songs, Intros & Solos:

Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2) Solo - Pink Floyd
Are You Gonna Go My Way Solo - Lenny Kravitz
Back in Black Intro and Rhythm - AC/DC
Badge Solo - Cream
Black Magic Woman Intro - Santana
Black Magic Woman Solo - Santana
Blue Sky Solo 1 - The Allman Brothers Band
Blue Sky Solo 2 - The Allman Brothers Band
Bohemian Rhapsody Solo - Queen
Bold as Love Solo - John Mayer
Bron-Y-Aur Stomp - Led Zeppelin
Californication Solo - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Comfortably Numb Solo 1 - Pink Floyd
Comfortably Numb Solo 2 - Pink Floyd
Coming Back to Life Intro (Studio & Pulse Live Variation) - Pink Floyd
Coming Back to Life Solo 1 (Pulse Live) - Pink Floyd
Crossfire Solo 1 - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Crossroads Solo 1 - Cream
Dogs Solo 1 - Pink Floyd
Every Rose has it's Thorn Solo 2 - Poison
Five Long Years Intro - Eric Clapton
Flying Home Solo (Guitar Wizard) - Charlie Christian
Hey Joe Intro & Ryhthm Parts - Jimi Hendrix
Hey Joe Solo - Jimi Hendrix
Hide Away Intro - Freddie King
Hotel California Solo - Eagles
Hotel California Solo (Harmony) - Eagles
I Can't be Satisfied Intro - Muddy Waters
I Know a Little Intro - Lynyrd Skynyrd
I'm Tore Down Solo - Eric Clapton
Jessica Melody - The Allman Brothers Band
JESSICA Harmony - THE ALLMAN BROTHERS Band
Jessica Solo - The Allman Brothers Band
Johhny B. Goode Intro - Chuck Berry
Kid Charlemagne Solo 1 - Steely Dan
La Grange Intro, Rhythm & Bridge - ZZ Top
La Grange Solo 1 - ZZ Top
Lazy Solo 1 - Deep Purple
Lenny Intro - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Lenny Solo 1 - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Lenny Solo 2 - Stevie Ray Vaughan
LIGHTS SOLO - Journey
Little Wing Intro - Jimi Hendrix
Little Wing Solo - Jimi Hendrix
Love in Vain Solo 1 (Essen Live) - The Rolling Stones
Lucille Solo - B.B. King
Me and My Uncle Solo (Skull and Roses Live) - Grateful Dead
MELISSA LEAD PART - The Allman Brothers Band
Melissa Chord Shapes & Strumming Patterns - The Allman Brothers Band
Melissa Chords and Arrangement - The Allman Brothers Band
Mother Solo - Pink Floyd
No Woman No Cry Solo - Bob Marley
On an Island Solo 1 - David Gilmour
On an Island Solo 2 - David Gilmour
One Intro Solo - Metallica
One of These Nights Solo - Eagles
One Way Out Solo 1 - The Allman Brothers Band
Paranoid Solo - Black Sabbath
Pride and Joy Solo - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Reconsider Baby Intro - Eric Clapton
Red House Intro - Jimi Hendrix
Red House Solo - Jimi Hendrix
REMEDY SOLO - The Black Crowes
Riviera Paradise Intro - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part One) Solo - Pink Floyd
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part Two) Solo - Pink Floyd
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part Three) Solo - Pink Floyd
Since I've Been Loving You Solo - Led Zeppelin
So, It's Like That Solo 2 (K.O.T.B Finals Live) - Joe Bonamassa
Someday After a While Intro - Eric Clapton
Southbound Intro - The Allman Brothers Band
Southbound Solo 1 - The Allman Brothers Band
Southbound Solo 2 - The Allman Brothers Band
Stairway to Heaven Solo - Led Zeppelin
Statesboro Blues Intro (At Fillmore East Live) - The Allman Brothers Band
Steel Guitar Rag - Bob Wills & the texas playboys
Still Got the Blues (For You) Solo 1 - Gary Moore
Stop! Intro - Joe Bonamassa
Stray Cat Strut Solo 1 - Stray Cats
Sultans of Swing Solo 1 - Dire Straits
Sultans of Swing Solo 2 - Dire Straits
Sweet Child O' Mine Intro - Guns and Roses
Sweet Child O' Mine Solo 1 & 2 - Guns and Roses
Sweet Home Alabama Intro, Verse & Chorus - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Sweet Home Alabama Solo 1 - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Sweet Home Alabama Solo 2 - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Sympathy for the Devil Solo - The Rolling Stones
TAKE IT EASY SOLO 1 (HFO LIVE) - Eagles
TAKE IT EASY SOLO 2 (HFO LIVE) - Eagles
Texas Flood Intro - Stevie Ray Vaughan
The Wind Cries Mary Solo and Outro - Jimi Hendrix
Third Degree Solo - Eric Clapton
Thorn in My Pride Solo - The Black Crowes
Three Times A Fool Solo - Joe Bonamassa
Thunderstruck Intro - AC/DC
Time Solo - Pink Floyd
Time Make Two Intro - Robert Cray
Time Makes Two Solo - Robert Cray
Villanova Junction Solo 1 - Jimi Hendrix
Waiting in Vain Solo - Bob Marley
Walk this Way Solo 1 - Aerosmith
While My Guitar Gently Weeps Solo 1 - The Beatles (Clapton)
Wish You Were Here Intro - Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here Intro Solo - Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here Rhythm Part Handout - Pink Floyd
Woodstock Intro - C.S.N.Y
You Shook Me All Night Long Solo - AC/DC

 

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Guitar Lick Lessons:

GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 1 STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 2 JIMI HENDRIX
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 3 ERIC CLAPTON
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 4 B.B. KING
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 5 "X-TRA" ADVANCED BLUES
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 6 Intermediate Country Rock in A7
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 7 James Brown Rhythm Guitar Licks
GUITAR LICKS - LESSON 8 Standard Tuning Slide in E7

 

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Theory & Technique:

NOTES OF THE FRETBOARD
NASHVILLE NUMBER SYSTEM & SHARPS & FLATS TABLE
Folk Chords Handout
POWER CHORDS
BAR CHORDS
A STRING ROOT CHORDS IN C
MAJOR SCALE CHORD INVERSIONS IN C
9TH CHORD INVERSIONS IN C
6TH CHORD INVERSIONS IN C
C.A.G.E.D. – MAJOR SCALE IN THE KEY OF C
Linear Playing (Major Scale)
C.A.G.E.D. – MINOR BLUES SCALE IN THE KEY OF C
C.A.G.E.D. – Minor Pentatonic SCALE IN THE KEY OF C
C.A.G.E.D. – MAJOR Pentatonic SCALE IN THE KEY OF C
C.A.G.E.D. – FOUR SCALES IN MOVABLE CLOSED POSITIONS
Chromatic Scale Handout
DERIVATIVE & PARALLEL MAJOR SCALE MODES
46 – 4 NOTE ARPEGGIOS
ARPEGGIOS & POSITION PLAYING
3 NOTE 2 OCTAVE ARPEGGIOS
ORDER OF MAJOR SCALE ARPEGGIOS & MODES
IMPROVISING IDEAS FOR JAM TRACKS
Intervals Handout
Intervals 1 - 3rds Handout
Intervals 2 - 6ths Handout
Intervals 3 - 7ths Handout
Intervals 4 - Octaves Handout
A7 Blues Ideas (You Tube Channel Video)
Bluegrass G Runs Handout
Bluegrass Rhythm Handout
Country & Bluegrass Bass Runs Handout
Hybrid Picking Handout
Practicing Scales Handout
Strumming Patterns Handout
“TRAVIS” PICKING HANDOUT
Using a Capo Handout
Walking Bass Line for a Jazz Blues
WARM UP & CROSS PICKING EXERCISES

 

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16 comments

  • jlenhart (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    After searching the internet for lessons I stumbled onto your site. This is the absolute best site I have found for learning guitar. The way you break everything down, and explain it so clearly, just the best. Now excuse me while I get to your chromatic scale handout, my studying for the next week. I can’t emphasize how much I’m learning from your lessons, the best, Thank You!

  • thaddeusernst (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    Thank you Thank you Thank you Thank you!
    Seriously…. I’ve been working on the hotel california lessons for a little over three weeks and it’s been an awesome journey. This piece pushed my skill set but because I was able to study your video over an over again I’ve managed pretty well. I take weekly lessons but I’ve found that my teacher has a certain repertoire that he is excellent at teaching and anything outside that he’s less enthusiastic about. Your lessons are a genius way to supplement my studies and I’d recommend them to any student of the guitar who wants to play any of the songs you’ve got worked up. Bravo. One month of access to your site is the best money I’ve spent on my studies. Thanks for helping this 40 year old tear it up!

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    Brad,
    I would like to take the time to say that for the 6 months I have been a member here this site has been well worth the money. Your patient, humble and attentive approach is much appreciated. Above all you know what the heck you’re talking about.
    Thank you!

  • lawler808 (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    I know tons of songs and basic lead structure but learning proper leads has been great for me. Jessica, Santana and Stevie Ray Licks have got me picking up my guitar WAY more than before. I get up early and practice now because I’m motivated. Thanks Brad for a great site!

  • thunderaxe64 (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    This is by far one of the best sites i’ve been on Thanks!
    ET

  • jfraze5150 (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    I recently picked up the guitar again after years of neglect and rusty is an understatement. A couple of months of basically playing the stuff I knew when I found Brads site… I don’t think I’ve progressed as quickly since I started playing at 16. Great communication and got a pretty obscure request on the site within the month. I think that if you’ve got this far and are reading this, you know you’re sh*t and are about to become a member anyway!

    Thanks again Brad!

  • CBR1000 (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    Great site Brad. I’m so glad I decided to join. I’m re-learning guitar after about 23 years. I’ve learned so much after just a short time. I never expected to make such rapid progress. My passion for playing has been reborn. I can’t seem to put down my guitar, thanks to you.

  • The Black Strat (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    The name of the site says it all! LEARN TO PLAY IT RIGHT 🙂
    I found this site in my search for Guitar Lessons on David Gilmour’s solos and I was surprised by so many other awesome solos of all the time that now I’d like to learn them all. Plus there are tons of lessons on theory, scales, chords, techniques, etc. I have tried so many other sites, but this site beats all the other sites, at least for me. It just has all you need to learn in a very well structured way. Solo lessons are awesome, Brad breaks the solos lick by lick with tabs as well as Fast and Slow practice videos which are extremely valuable for practice. And more importantly, he tries his best to make lessons on your song requests :o) I have a membership at JP, and I still prefer this site by far.

  • themarko (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    HI! I have to say this is a really great value for the money! Excellent videos where you’re really shown how do get the style, sound and tricks, which have always been a mystery to me. Getting them to sound just right by also reading the tabs. Sometimes some professional players show it too quickly in the videos, whether how to play that part or song – like everyone has already mastered those different styles and techniques. You also learn at the same time more about reading tabs, how the’re really meant to be played, even those strange marks! (especially when English is not your home language). I would have to work with this site for at least one year, maybe more, if I wanted to master everything here! Great work! I have never become fast, but it´s because it’s not fun for me to spend hours and hours practicing finger exercises, and picking techniques. Fun is learning to play songs and practicing them for hours! That´s enough for me. and that´s why I like to play. You really have to work sometimes to learn solo´s at the right speed, but that´s more rewarding practice than playing nothing other than up and down the fret board every day, for many hours. The world is full of many great technique players, so someones is always faster than you are. Here I can learn things from different´s styles and many have said that one of the most important things to learn is a variety! If you can play many styles, then you can play almost anything with anyone you want, and that´s where your own voice comes in and starts to take shape. Thank you for this site! You’ve got one faithful member, at least for a year or two!.. maybe a lifetime :)!!
    themarko.

  • joe (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    I really like the way you take additional time to explain the more difficult licks. Keep ’em coming.

  • SeaSharp (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    Brad, thanks for doing all these great requests of great songs like Allman Bros. Blue Sky, Pink Floyd and Bob Marley. It is easier to learn these songs with the way you teach, not a lot of talk….just a lot of playing the guitar. I’d like to ask if you would add some CCR Fogerty to your lineup of great songs.

  • kestral91 (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    Hey Brad, Thanks again for your help with everything and also the tip on the double bend pulloffs. You are awesome man! I look foward to relearning things I have forgot and new stuff that I want to play fluidly and your almost personal instruction via video, email ect is the only way to go. To think how much money I have spent on “methods” of instruction and the “fastest way to proficency”, makes me sick since I could have spent 1/10 th and saved tremendous amounts of cash if I found this site quicker.
    Anyway, thanks for everything and I anxiously await new videos, ( although there is enough up here already to keep me busy for years) and lessons from your nimble fingers!
    Bruce

  • bubs (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    Because of you, I’m learning stuff I’ve always wanted to know. I wonder if I’ll ever be able to train my ear to do what you do. Anyway I really appreciate all your hard work, you are amazing!

  • Oceanscout (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    Brad you are doing a great job with https://www.learntoplayitright.com. The lessons are very accurate and I have learned quite a lot from you. I really appreciated you taking the time to create a lesson for the solo in the song Lights by Journey that I requested. I was able to play it through in a couple of sessions. You break the solos down in to manageable segments. There are quite a few guitar sites out there now and it’s really hard to find something good that doesn’t cost a fortune. I would recommend this site to anyone interested in improving their soloing technique. Keep up the good work!

    Thanks again Frank.

  • Buddy Milhoan (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    Hey All, I have been using this site for about 4 months, I stumbled across it looking to learn Red house. There are so many you-tube folks that think they have it down but I knew better. I clicked on the learn to play it right version and I was blown away!! finally someone had it right! and in a format i could learn from. I became a member instantly and now play it pretty well. I am pleased to be a member here and hope to see it grow. Thanks to Brad. Be well ALL!!

  • kestral91 (@ L.T.P.I.R - Guitar Lessons)

    I just want to say after quite a few emails with Brad that I feel like I have a live guitar teacher while I am using this site. I have been playing for over 30 years and have never taken a lesson but I feel that having this site and Brad as resources is better than taking a lesson or at least equal to a lesson from a live teacher. There are so many “lessons” and teachers on the net and after much research and trial and error I am fortunate to have found my way here. Those of you looking for guitar instruction please take my advice and learn from my errors, Join this site as a platinum member and you will find what you are looking for. Thanks again Brad for your help and willingness to ensure we all have a great experience!
    Bruce

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