true

Find the best tutors and institutes for Guitar

Find Best Guitar Classes

Please select a Category.

Please select a Locality.

No matching category found.

No matching Locality found.

Outside India?

Guitar Updates

Ask a Question

Post a Lesson

All

All

Lessons

Discussion

Lesson Posted on 02/11/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Guitar Tabs

Sargam on guitar

Chanchal Azad

I believe in providing a platform or a path on which dreamers can walk to fulfill their dreams and achieve...

1---------------------5--7--8----| 2-----------5--6--8--------------| 3----5--7------------------------|
Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Lesson Posted on 06/10/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Welcome to the Guitar World

Pardeep Kumar

I'm a guitar teacher, been teaching a year ago and willing to teach. A Guitar is a heaven of learnings. Guitar...

Everyone gets excited about the guitar. It's a whole new world difficult to reach but stop. It needs the people who love guitar because it loves back. Let me stop that heavenly consideration about the guitar. Okay, it has 6 strings E, A, D, G, B and E. Wait! Why's there two E. The answer is one... read more

Everyone gets excited about the guitar. It's a whole new world difficult to reach but stop. It needs the people who love guitar because it loves back. 

Let me stop that heavenly consideration about the guitar.

Okay, it has 6 strings E, A, D, G, B and E.

Wait! Why's there two E.  The answer is one is base, and another is treble String or an OCTAVE apart strings.

Wait! What is OCTAVE, yes it is same NOTES but different Frequencie.

Wait!  What are NOTES?  It is the world where we get SCALES from, and SCALE helps to get your tunes and songs made. 

Wait! What are NOTES then?

NOTES are the population that lives in the 🎸 Guitar World. Okay let me be more realistic, the music contains 12 NOTES only, 

And those are C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B

And these create SCALES.

C D E F G A B C

Wait! If you have a piano, please play C, E, G together and enjoy your first CHORD.

This will give you the excitement to learn more and more.

One thing to note is,  it's the music we learn first than different instruments as we express music through these instruments.

read less
Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Lesson Posted on 30/09/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Guitar Tabs

C Major Scale Open Position

Simrat

I am a music teacher who is giving online/home tuition since the past few years. I am also working in...

Scales often have a very tiresome reputation in the world of Music, but I promise you, they're worth the time and effort! In this lesson, we shall be going over the C Major scale played in an open position. The C Major scale allows you to become familiar with the different notes across the strings for... read more

Scales often have a very tiresome reputation in the world of Music, but I promise you, they're worth the time and effort!

In this lesson, we shall be going over the C Major scale played in an open position. The C Major scale allows you to become familiar with the different notes across the strings for the first three frets. They also allow you to improvise and play the melody of the songs/piece across the fretboard instead of playing only on one string.

------------------------------------------------------------0(B)----1(C)--

--------------------------------------------0(G)----2-(A)-----------------

----------------0-(D)-----2-(E)----3-(F)---------------------------------

--------3-(C)--------------------------------------------------------------

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

You start the C major scale with the lowest root note -  on the 3rd fret of the 5th string. For this scale, the finger numbers match up with the fret numbers (ex. Finger 3 plays Fret 3).

Use only down picks, for now, and go slowly from the low C note on the 5th string and play the scale ascending from the root note. Once you get to the high C note on the 2nd string, start descending (going down) back to the way that you came from. Please keep in mind that a scale always ends on the same note that you started with. 

Please note that the speed does not matter; rhythm does. In the beginning, use a metronome to stay in time and practise slowly and gradually increase the tempo according to your progress.

Happy practising!

read less
Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Looking for Guitar Classes

Find best Guitar Classes in your locality on UrbanPro.

FIND NOW

Answered on 13/11/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Swarnadip) M.

Music Teaching with 10 years Experience

Guitar strumming is not so much difficult until you make it difficult. The practice is the only way to make it easy, and only you can do it.
Answers 100 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Lesson Posted on 25/08/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Guitar Tabs

Left-Hand Finger Crawl 1

Arnab Chowdhury

I have been learning music for the past 12 years. I began my musical journey with the instrument Guitar,...

PATTERN : 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 | 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 || UP & DOWN Notes: F - ~ - ~ - ~ - | F# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | G - ~ - ~ - ~ - | G# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | String: 6 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 6 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 6 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 6 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | Fret: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ -... read more

PATTERN : 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 | 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 || UP & DOWN

 

Notes: F - ~ - ~ - ~ - | F# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | G - ~ - ~ - ~ - | G# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 

String: 6 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 6 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 6 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 6 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Fret: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Finger: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

 

Notes: Bb - ~ - ~ - ~ - | B - ~ - ~ - ~ - | C - ~ - ~ - ~ - | C# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 

String: 5 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 5 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 5 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 5 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Fret: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Finger: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

 

Notes: D# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | E - ~ - ~ - ~ - | F- ~ - ~ - ~ - | F# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 

String: 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Fret: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Finger: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

 

Notes: G# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | A - ~ - ~ - ~ - | Bb - ~ - ~ - ~ - | B - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 

String: 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Fret: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Finger: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

 

Notes: C - ~ - ~ - ~ - | C# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | D - ~ - ~ - ~ - | D# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 

String: 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Fret: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Finger: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

 

Notes: F - ~ - ~ - ~ - | F# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | G - ~ - ~ - ~ - | G# - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 

String: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Fret: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

Finger: 1 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 2 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 3 - ~ - ~ - ~ - | 4 - ~ - ~ - ~ - |

read less
Comments 1
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 11/08/2020 Music/Instrumental Music Music Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Ganesh G

Master of Carnatic Violinist

Beginners guitar available in the market like Pluto, Havana, etc., Costing rs.4000 its enough sir. Please, buy and start learning. My best wishes to you!
Answers 221 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 05/11/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Guitar Tabs

Kp Nijil

Tabla instructor. painting artist. 7 year experienced.

E |———————–9-9———————B |-12-12-10-10——————-12-12-12—–G |————————————————-Itni... read more

E |———————–9-9———————
B |-12-12-10-10——————-12-12-12—–
G |————————————————-
Itni mohabbat karo na

B |-10——————————12————-
G |————————————————-
Main doob na jaaun kahinE |——12-12-10-10-12——————-9—–

E |———————–9-9———————
B |-12-12-10-10——————-12-12-12—–
G |————————————————-
Waapas kinaare pe aana


B |-10——————————12————-
G |————————————————-
Main bhool na jaaun kahinE |——12-12-10-10-12——————-9—–


B |———————————-12——-
G |——————————————-
Dekha jabse hai chehra teraE |-9-9-14-14-9-9-10———————-

E |——-9-10-10—————————–9—–
B |-12——————12-12-12-10—————–
G |—————————————————-
Main toh hafton se soya nahin

E |-9———————————-9-10—-
B |—–12-12———–10———————
G |—————–11—————————
D |———————————————–
Bol do na zara

E |-9———————————-9-10—-
B |—–12-12———–10———————
G |—————–11—————————
D |———————————————–
Dil mein jo hai chhipa

E |-12-10-9————————–9-9-10—————–
B |————–12-10-10-12————————12——-
G |————————————————————-
Main kisi se kahunga nahi

E |-12-10-9————————–9-9-10——————10————
B |————–12-10-10-12————————12——————12–
G |—————————————————————————–
Main kisi se kahunga nahi

E |—————-9————–9—————————9—————–
B |-10-10-12——-12-12———–12-10-10-12—————-12-12-12—
G |——————————————————————————-
Mujhe neend aati nahi hai akele

E |——————————–
B |-12-8-8-8-10—————–
G |———————–9-11—–
D |———————————
Khawabon mein aaya karo

E |—————-9————–9—————————9—————–
B |-10-10-12——-12-12———–12-10-10-12—————-12-12-12—
G |——————————————————————————-
Nahi chal sakunga tumhare bina main

E |——————————–
B |-12-8-8-8-10—————–
G |———————–9-11—–
D |———————————
Mera tum sahara bano

B |——————————-12-12—
G |—————————————
Ik tumhe chahne ke alaawaE |-9-9-14-14-9-9-10——————

E |——-9-10-10—————————-9—-
B |-12—————–12-12-12-10—————
G |————————————————–
Aur kuch humse hoga nahi

E |-9———————————-9-10—-
B |—–12-12———–10———————
G |—————–11—————————
D |———————————————–
Bol do na zara

E |-9———————————-9-10—-
B |—–12-12———–10———————
G |—————–11—————————
D |———————————————–
Dil mein jo hai chhipa

E |-12-10-9————————–9-9-10—————–
B |————–12-10-10-12————————12——-
G |————————————————————-
Main kisi se kahunga nahi

E |-12-10-9————————–9-9-10——————10————
B |————–12-10-10-12————————12——————12–
G |—————————————————————————–
Main kisi se kahunga nahi

read less
Answers 1 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 03/10/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Guitar Tabs

Guitar Tabs for Sanam Re – Sanam Re (Arijit Singh)

Pardeep Kumar

Learning smartly is a blessing

The intro - D,G- D, G - C, G, - D#,G Played in first 4 frets
Answers 1 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 21/01/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Jasmeet Singh

A Quintessential, Professional Musician and Vocalist certified from London; teaching since 10 years.

It depends upon the tutor. If it's an institute, they wouldn't immediately ask you to buy a guitar. But if you're taking private classes, it is advisable that you have your guitar otherwise the tutor and the student would keep juggling the instrument amongst themselves. Also, if the student has his... read more

It depends upon the tutor. If it's an institute, they wouldn't immediately ask you to buy a guitar. But if you're taking private classes, it is advisable that you have your guitar otherwise the tutor and the student would keep juggling the instrument amongst themselves.

 

Also, if the student has his own guitar, he would be able to practice on his own. Plus, you get a good grip over your instrument.

 

All in all, if you wish to learn guitar, it is advisable that you buy your own guitar.

read less
Answers 60 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Looking for Guitar Classes

Find best Guitar Classes in your locality on UrbanPro.

FIND NOW

Answered on 21/01/2020 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

P Mallik Raj

Certified Guitar and Music Theory Teacher with 10 Years Of Teaching Experiences In Delhi

Yes It will. The difference between Acoustic and Semiacoustic is like this:- 1. Acoustic is played without any Amplifier and ofcourse no electricity input required as no use of Amplifier here. Acoustics are used when we perform a small venue like a kitty party as the venue (auditorium) must be small... read more

Yes It will. The difference between Acoustic and Semiacoustic is like this:-

1. Acoustic is played without any Amplifier and ofcourse no electricity input required as no use of Amplifier here. Acoustics are used when we perform a small venue like a kitty party as the venue (auditorium) must be small and the sound can be reached to everyone.

2. Semi-acoustic which is Acoustic Electric Guitar is played with or without the Amplifier. Basically when we perform in front of big crowd or big venue you should go for the Semiacoustic so that the sound gets amplified and reach to all audiences. 

3. Both Acoustic and Semiacoustic give the same sound quality in general as the higher the Guitar quality gives the richer sound. And that is all upto you how much you wish to spend buying a good Guitar.

I hope I made it clear in a general way. Hope you are satisfied. I wish you a better Musicial journey. Have a good time ahead ! Thank you...

read less
Answers 48 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

About UrbanPro

UrbanPro.com helps you to connect with the best Guitar Classes in India. Post Your Requirement today and get connected.

Overview

Questions 452

Lessons 245

Total Shares  

+ Follow 152,186 Followers

Related Topics

Top Contributors

Connect with Expert Tutors & Institutes for Guitar

x

Ask a Question

Please enter your Question

Please select a Tag

X

Looking for Guitar Classes?

Find best tutors for Guitar Classes by posting a requirement.

  • Post a learning requirement
  • Get customized responses
  • Compare and select the best

Looking for Guitar Classes?

Find best Guitar Classes in your locality on UrbanPro

Post your learning requirement

UrbanPro.com is India's largest network of most trusted tutors and institutes. Over 55 lakh students rely on UrbanPro.com, to fulfill their learning requirements across 1,000+ categories. Using UrbanPro.com, parents, and students can compare multiple Tutors and Institutes and choose the one that best suits their requirements. More than 7.5 lakh verified Tutors and Institutes are helping millions of students every day and growing their tutoring business on UrbanPro.com. Whether you are looking for a tutor to learn mathematics, a German language trainer to brush up your German language skills or an institute to upgrade your IT skills, we have got the best selection of Tutors and Training Institutes for you. Read more