the website of online guitar lessons by Malero
Currently on the site:
94 Songs to learn!
494 Videos with tablatures
Almost 40 hours of courses
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In this video I made a selection of the best guitar intros to play on the guitar. From “No Woman No Cry” to “Angie”and include “House Of The Rising Sun” or “Sweet Child o’ Mine”, here are some of the best tunes that make part of guitar history 🙂 Look at the courses here!
Hi everyone and welcome on Malero-Guitare ! This online guitar lessons website is dedicated to the techniques of the acoustic guitar through the study of song accompaniments. Here you will find all you need to learn and to improve yourself by working on my studies of songs I create by interest of the playing skills used, and the levels of difficulty: from beginners to advanced players.
In the Courses section is the list of all the availables courses. These video courses are exclusively visuels, with 2 close up views of the 2 hands with the objective of helping you to begin and to have a good understanding of the rhythm and the harmony. The practice is made through the studies of songs where I invite you to work on my personal arrangements 🙂
The Sign-up section allows you to subscribe to the Members area with the purpose of watching all my online courses and downloading all my tablatures.
Presentation of the site and the courses
In this video, I give you some explanations about the site, the courses concept and about my approach of the guitar : who, when, where, why et how ? Here are all the answers !
Previous course : “City Of New Orleans” by Willie Nelson
To play this famous song, I use the same picking technic for each chord. The difficulty is to switch with the thumb from the E low string to the A low string depending of the chords. The song was written by Steeve Goodman, here is a version to… more about this song, courses, tabs and chords here !
I have always been interested in the sound and the style of the acoustic guitar.
As soon as I started to play at the age of 15, this instrument fascinated me and I immediately tried to reproduce the intros, the riffs and the strummings I heard on the discs and on the radio.
Of course, as a newbie, I murdered a lot a songs before beginning to get something good :-), but I was playing a lot and I could make rapid progress.
I am a self-learner, I make my own ear transcriptions, I learned to read chord charts and tabs and to understand the harmony rules and of course, I practiced a lot !
Here is certainly the reason why I decided to create the site, by surfing to the internet and by looking for videos to catch new playing skills, I thought I could teach the way I learned : looking, listening and repeating.