Or it could be stuff about basic theory etc (books even)
― dow, Friday, 9 December 2011 02:01 (nine years ago) link
No one every responded? Just out of curiosity, is this for you, Don, or someone else, a kid? You might want to try one of those Rikky Rooksby books. Also Chord Progressions for Jazz and Popular Guitar by Arnie Berle.
― wang dang google doodle (James Redd), Tuesday, 13 December 2011 15:30 (nine years ago) link
Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book 1 is a common place to start. It's very dry , but it shows you around the guitar and gives you the basics of melody and rhythm playing.
You might find some good lessons digging around youtube, but I haven't looked into anything.
A number of guitar magazines publish their columns online or have blogs. Most of them that I've seen are at least for intermediate-level playing, but there might be something for beginners out there.
― rusty flathead screwdriver, Tuesday, 13 December 2011 15:43 (nine years ago) link
Not necessarily for beginners but just found some good stuff here: http://www.tuckandpatti.com/tuckscorner.shtml#goodies
― wang dang google doodle (James Redd), Sunday, 25 December 2011 02:00 (nine years ago) link
Don, I think I found what you are looking for:http://www.guitarnoise.com/lessons/
― I'm in the sandbox with the tombstone HOOS (James Redd), Sunday, 1 January 2012 20:22 (nine years ago) link