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justin sandercoe

Hello and welcome to my free guitar lesson web site!

There are many hundreds of free guitar lessons here, most with video and audio, and as you can imagine it's taken quite a lot of work for me to put it together. It's important to me to help everyone that wants to learn to play the guitar, not just those with money to spend on tuition, so I run it on an "honour system".

It relies on the honesty of its users to make a donation if they can afford to. Donations allow me to keep it free, so if you like what I'm doing here then please support the site, don't leave it for "everyone else": make a donation or buy some products. Thanks for your support!

Wishing you love, peace and happiness (and many years of guitar fun!)

Justin


Donations keep the site free for those that can't afford to donate!

New Lesson Schedule!

I try my best to get new cool content for y'all as often as I can. At the moment:

Monday: a new Monday Blues Lick for you every week :)

Friday: usually a new song from one of the songbooks.

Plus I'm still working on re-filming to old low quality lessons and other bits as I can!

Not every lesson will be to your taste but hopefully you'll find plenty to keep you busy in the 700+ lessons we have up already :) See the Lesson Index or just surf around!

We Came As Strangers (Justin's Band!)

My band We Came As Strangers released our new album Shattered Matter in June 2014, our debut album, Recipe For Adventure in May 2013. All our albums are available on iTunes and Amazon MP3. T-shirts and merch on the WCAS website!

We Cam As Strangers

What am I up to???

Latest Lesson Updates! TOTAL FREE LESSONS ON THIS SITE: 746 :)

17-09-14 • Polly by Nirvana gets a re-work this week!
15-09-14 • The Monday Blues: Freddy King style this week
12-09-14 • It's all time guitar classic - Johnny B Goode by Chuck Berry!!
10-09-14 • Re-Work Wednesday: Save Tonight by Eagle Eye Cherry
08-09-14 • The Monday Blues... Lick! this week is an Albert King classic!
05-09-14 • Mahoosive hit this week: I'm Yous by Jason Mraz.
01-09-14 • NEW SERIES: Monday Blues... Lick! Kicking off with Stevie Ray Vaughan!

27-08-14 • The new Justinguitar Interval Ear Trainer free web app is now live on the site!!
22-08-14 • Neil Diamond's mega hit Cherry Cherry a bone fide vintage classic!
15-08-14 • All I Have To Do Is Dream by The Every Brothers
08-08-14 • Great acoustic ballad this week, You Do Something To Me by Paul Weller
02-08-14 • All time Metal classic, Run To The Hills by Iron Maiden!!

25-07-14 • Thank ROCK for the awesome Creep by Radiohead
23-07-14 • Technique ReVamp: this time we're Rolling!
18-07-14 • Rock Friday for the legendary Highway To Hell by AC/DC
17-07-14 • Technique ReVamp: The incredible Finger Gym
12-07-14 • Technique ReVamp: Vibrato (Whole Arm Movement)
11-07-14 • Thank Rock It's Friday: The Who's Behind Blue Eyes
10-07-14 • Technique ReVamp: Vibrato (Hand Movement)
09-07-14 • Technique ReVamp: Minimum Movement Exercise
08-07-14 • Technique ReVamp: Finger Stretching Exercise
05-07-14 • Always wanted to leard slide? check out Slide Guitar Basics
04-07-14 • Thank Rock It's Friday returns with Soundgarden's Black Hole Sun

All the previous updates list here.

sample1 Mark Knopfler on justinguitar.com! Mark Knopfler (www.markknopfler.com) July 2013. "If you told me you wanted to get going on guitar I'd recommend Justin Sandercoe."
sample1 Brian May on justinguitar.com! Brian May (www.brianmay.com) May 2008, on his blog, Brian May's Soapbox. "On a day when there's a temptation to go into a dark place, and only see all the bad stuff there is in the world ... greed, cruelty, exploitation, selfishness ... I get days like that pretty often .... it's great to find someone giving out, and giving out good, and operating on an honour basis ... There are so many people who can't afford Guitar lessons .... well, here's a wonderful guy who has set up a whole system of teaching guitar ... Blues, Jazz, Rock, even Songwriting, from the basics, tuning the guitar, etc ... upwards ... If you use his site, it's up to you to determine how much you can contribute ... but this is an amazing site .... he is also very aware of issues in the world which need attention ... a great channel .. Check him out. He's a giver."
sample1 Steve Vai on justinguitar.com! Steve Vai (www.vai.com) November 2010. "I have checked out Justin's site and found it to be comprehensive and informative. I have always felt that learning about music and especially music theory applied to the guitar, is helpful in finding your own unique voice on the instrument and expanding your creative horizons. Along with his insight into teaching and his fantastic abilities on the instrument, Justin has created a powerful go-to-place for anyone interested in exploring the instrument to their potential. Just don't hurt yourself."
sample1 Richard Bennett on justinguitar.com! Richard Bennett (www.richard-bennett.com) June 2013. "There's an abundance of guitar information out there on the web, some good, some not. I stumbled across Justin Sandercoe's site a year ago and now tell everyone about it. The lessons are conveyed so clearly, concisely and in the most congenial way. The site is laid out logically as well so you can to go straight to your area of interest... beginner, blues, rock, folk, jazz, rhythm, fingerpicking... it's all there and more. Spend ten minutes with Justin and you'll not only play better but feel better too. From novice to know-it-all, everyone will learn something from Sandercoe."
sample1 Les Wise on justinguitar.com! Les Wise (www.thedeliberatemusician.com) May 2013. "After teaching guitar and music theory to thousands of students over past three decades, I thought that I had basically 'seen it all' when it comes to guitar instruction. Then I discovered Justin’s website, and man was I impressed! Justin’s caring spirit, attention to detail, vast knowledge base, and especially his lucid, laidback and nurturing style, allow students to fall in love with the learning process. You see, it’s not enough to simply find out how to play a few cool licks or chords. A truly great teacher will make you fall in love with the process of discovery so that you can unlock the best within you. Justin is one of these great teachers, and I highly recommend justinguitar.com to anyone who wants to tap into their best selves. "
sample1 Jim Campilongo on justinguitar.com! Jim Campilongo (www.jimcampilongo.com) August 2013. "Justin is an instructor with that rare combination that encompasses great playing in conjunction with a thoughtful, likable personality. Justin's instruction is extremely intelligent because he's smart enough to know the 'basics' don't have to be served 'raw' - Justin keenly serves the information covered in chocolate. Justin's site is like a free pass in a candy store!"

 

Latest News - September 2014

Jus Mountain

Jus Mountain

Back to being crazy busy again, mostly with projects to do with this site! Very happy the Ear Trainer app is now live and going great, been doing a lot of filming for the new Monday Blues lick series trying to get a whole years worth in the can so I can move onto other things, and loads of transcribing of awesome blues solos for the Blues Lead Solos book which will be out early next year.

The Intermediate Method Book is now shipping and we're getting great feedback about it which is awesome.

Planning some workshop tours for next year, looks like we'll be doing another week in Tuscany and also a week workshop in the UK! As well I'm exploring doing a few weekend workshops around the UK. Keep an eye on the newsletter as books will be there before anywhere else!

The BBC Radio 2 "Guitar Pick Up" has finished but the videos are still there to check out if you are interested, was lots of fun.

Not much else to mention this month, better get back to work, massive to do list today...

Hope ur all doing great - wishing you much love and laughter! J

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Endorsements and stuff I dig..

I'm real fussy about stuff I endorse, I will NEVER ever say to y'all that I play something if I'm not using it and honestly dig it. I do not get paid to use anything, but I do get discounted or free stuff sometimes. I don't have any exclusive deals and often use other stuff too.

Maton Acoustic Guitars (nearly all my acoustics are Maton), AER Acoustic Amplification (easily the best acoustic amplifiers available), Strymon (awesome Blue sky reverb, El Capistan and Timeline delay effects pedals), PedalTrainPedalboards (I use a PT2 and a Jr), Voodoo Labs Pedal Power (Pro II and Pro Digital), Boomerang III (best sounding and easiest to use looper pedal around), The Gig Rig (Loopy 2, Quartermaster and Virtual Batteries), Lehle (quiet, solid and pure switcher pedals), RAT Stands (coolest looking music stands ever), Kyser CaposDR Strings (my choice for well over 15 years), Cordial Road Line cables (great quality leads!) and Guitar Pro tab software.

Check them out, all seriously great tools for making happy sounds in your ears!

Global Issues

I'm just a guitar player, but I also care deeply about the state of the planet (and the people on it!) and maybe I can introduce you to some things you are not aware of, or just things that I care about. So take time to read the articles if you are interested, otherwise just turn the page and ignore...

Maleria the quiet killer

Malaria - The quiet killer
I wonder how many of you ever thought that in the time it takes to watch one of my 10 minute videos that 20 children in Africa will die from malaria. Shocking isn't it. There are over 1 million deaths around the world from this killer, and it is preventable and curable. 90% of all malaria deaths are in Africa, and 70% of those are children under 5 years of age. The best way to prevent malaria is for children to sleep under treated mosquito nets. When I volunteered at the orphanage in Kpando, Ghana in 2008, none of the kids had nets. They all do now, but there are many hundreds of thousands of kids with no nets and no protection from the little buggers while they are asleep.

If they do catch it, they usually can't afford treatment, a simple case of taking a tablet for a few weeks. There are many organisations that are working on distributing nets and I would urge you to support them, financially and by talking about this problem. Please check out the following sites: Malaria No More UKMalaria No More US, click on donate, and help save a child's life. Thanks for taking the time read this, and I hope it moves you to act.

 

put an end to battery farming

Free Range Farming
When I was a kid there was this old woman who lived up the road and used to protest about "battery farming". We all thought it was a bit of joke, but that crazy old lady was right - battery chicken farming is disgusting and cruel and in my humble opinion it should be banned worldwide. These animals are kept in cages so small they can't even turn around. Imagine your family pet, dog or cat locked in cage so small it couldn't turn around for it's whole life? Nasty. It really is quite sick. And it's done to make more money, no other reason.

Interestingly the vast majority of people prefer and do buy free range eggs. But the problem is still huge - and the reason is mostly down to unethical processed food manufacturers, eggs are of course used in mayonnaise, cakes and many other foods. If it's not labelled "free range eggs" then the eggs most likely come from a battery farm. Why talk about it here? Well the only way it's going to change is if us as consumers demand free range eggs to be used everywhere. Many major supermarkets have changed. If you care about the welfare of animals, then be the change you would like to see. Only buy free range eggs and avoid buying processed foods that use battery eggs.

 

robin hood tax

Robin Hood Tax
Others know it as the Tobin Tax and the idea has been around a while, but only now that the global economics are all chaotic are people looking again at how money flows around the globe. From the research I have done it appears to be a fantastic idea that may help the world address (in a very small way) the massive divide between rich and poor. The idea is to tax banks on internal transactions - not ones that involve consumers - just the banks. The idea has a lot of support around the world and I believe it is worthy of your support. But read about it yourself and make your own judgment. www.robinhoodtax.com

 

 

This site is free for peace loving people - let's make this world a happy and safe place!


"Food for Thought"


Be who you are and say what you feel, 
because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.
Dr. Seuss


Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.
Mahatma Gandhi


The beautiful thing about learning is that nobody can take it away from you.
BB King


Music is everyone's possession. It's only publishers who think that people own it.
John Lennon

Many people die with their music still in them. 
Why is this so? Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. 
Before they know it, time runs out.
Oliver Wendell Holmes

Morality is doing right, no matter what you are told. 
Religion is doing what you are told, no matter what is right.
H L Mencken

 

 

Previous site updates!!

10-06-14 • Every Breath You Take by The Police
04-06-14 • Re-Mix project (Recording Series)
03-06-14 • Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm the Crash Test Dummies
01-06-14 • Hey Hey, My My by Neil Young, awesome!!

27-05-14 • Rockin Chewsday, Do I Wanna Know by the Arctic Monkeys.
24-05-14 • The incredible Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrix - wow this is SO popular!!
20-05-14 • Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel classic Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)
19-05-14 • Jazz Standard: Blue Bossa - Harmonic Analysis
18-05-14 • Jazz Standard: Blue Bossa - Melody
17-05-14 • Jazz Standard: Blue Bossa - Chords
17-05-14 • Basic Bossa Nova Rhythm lesson
15-05-14 • More Garage Band, now we're Using Loops To Create Backing Tracks!
13-05-14 • It's So Easy by Buddy Holly (including the solo) is this weeks vintage hit!
08-05-14 • First of new Recording Techniques tutorials, GarageBand Introduction
06-05-14 • More vintage awesomeness with Bye Bye Love by The Everly Brothers!
04-05-14 • And lastly the Harmonic Analysis of Misty for a nice Sunday headache :)
03-05-14 • Melody for the Jazz Standard Misty.
02-05-14 • Chords for the Jazz Standard Misty.

29-04-14 • The beautiful Bridge Over Troubled Water is this weeks vintage classic!
23-04-14 • Pinball Wizard by The Who is this weeks vintage hit!
20-04-14 • Jazz Walking Bass for Autumn Leaves soundalike.
16-04-14 • More supercool vintage hits, Lola by The Kinks!
12-04-14 • Jazz 'Standard Saturday' starts with the classic Autumn Leaves! (3 videos!)
07-04-14 • The classic You Got A Friend by James Taylor, awesome :)
02-04-14 • How to read a jazz chart, more prep for the Stds series
01-04-14 • More vintage classics with Oh Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison

29-03-14 • How To Learn A Jazz Standard, great prep for the coming series!
26-03-14 • Stuff I wishsome told me when I was younger, Jazz Lingo.
25-03-14 • The Band, The Weight from The Last Waltz!
19-03-14 • More Jazz, all about The Real Book!
12-03-14 • The 2 & 4 Jazz Metronome to get you swinging.
11-03-14 • Classic vintage song The First Cut Is The Deepest
05-03-14 • Jazz series continues with Basic Jazz Rhythm
04-03-14 • Easy great sounding Vintage hit Be My Baby by The Ronettes

26-02-14 • Reworking the jazz series with 10 Basic Jazz Chords, join the journey here!
25-02-14 • Vintage classic, Heard It Through The Grapevine, lots of fun this one.
24-02-14 • 5' Guitar Exercise: Quality Notes, gotta make 'em as good as you can.
21-02-14 • 5' Guitar Exercise: Fartlek Subdivisions!
18-02-14 • The beautiful ballad Unchained Melody for you this week :)
13-02-14 • Bit more Uke for you, getting into Moveable Shape 1
12-02-14 • All time Vintage Songbook classic, Angie by The Rolling Stones
11-02-14 • New promo video for the Jammin Masterclass DVD w Marty!
10-02-14 • Another super useful technique exercise, The Disappearing Metronome
04-02-14 • Starting off the NEW SERIES: 5' Guitar Exercises with awesome one Finding Melodies

23-01-14 • Keepin on the Uke, Notes On The Uke Neck
16-01-14 • More cool Uke strumming, the 2 & 4 Hit.
12-01-14 • Everyone loves The Beatles, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
07-01-14 • Ukulele Shuffle Strumming to get your groove on
05-01-14 • Ever popular tune, Your Song by Elton John!
01-01-14 • Another bunch of Uke Open Chords for you!

31-12-13 • All time classic, In My Life by The Beatles
27-12-13 • More Uke fun, Open Chords on the Ukulele
24-12-13 • Vintage classic from The King, Love Me Tender!
17-12-13 • Crooner vintage hit for the Red Sox fans, Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond. Legend.
12-12-13 • I've started on the Uke lessons, Getting Going on the Ukulele!!
10-12-13 • More vintage Beatles brilliance, You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
05-12-13 • Quick Tip: Take Care Of Your Posture!
03-12-13 • Vintage classic, Take It Easy by The Eagles

28-11-13 • Quick Tip: The Sock Neck Mute!
27-11-13 • Release of the Justin & Marty's Jammin Masterclass DVD!!
26-11-13 • Vintage Songbook: Sunny Afternoon by the Kinks! amazing Ray Davies song!
25-11-13 • Very special xmas offer, a free D'Addario NT Micro Tuner with all orders over £50!
25-11-13 • NEW RELEASE: The Justinguitar Vintage Songbook is now available for pre-order
22-11-13 • Classic Christmas Song: Happy Xmas (War Is Over) by John Lennon & Yoko Ono
21-11-13 • Quick Tip: Protect Your Hearing
19-11-13 • Classic Christmas Song: Merry Christmas Baby by Elvis Presley
15-11-13 • Rock Songbook: The wonderful Alison by Elvis Costello
14-11-13 • Quick Tip: Fixing A Loose Strap Pin

24-10-13 • Quick Tip: Use Someone Else's Ears
18-10-13 • Massive hit for the Stereophonics, Handbags And Gladrags
17-10-13 • Quick Tip: Record Yourself
11-10-13 • Hair metal hit Every Rose Has It's Thorn by Poison
10-10-13 • Quick Tip: Eyebrow Finger Lube?? huh?
04-10-13 • Awesome guitar riff in All Right Now by Free!
03-10-13 • Quick Tip: Never Play Over The Singer

27-09-13 • All time classic rock - Since You've Been Gone by Rainbow
26-09-13 • Quick Tip: Learn Basic Piano Skills!
24-09-13 • Why Does It Always Rain On Me from Travis
20-09-13 • Can you hear Hells Bells? classic AC/DC!
19-09-13 • Quick Tip: Be aware of what the listener hears!
17-09-13 • Mega hit Yellow by Coldplay from the Acoustic Songbook!
16-09-13 • Last We Came As Strangers video for The Colour Of You
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar Using Reference Pitches
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar Using the "5th Fret Technique"
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar Using Harmonics
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar To Drop D Tuning
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar To Double Drop D Tuning
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar To DADGAD Tuning
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar To Open G Tuning
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar To Open D Tuning
16-09-13 • Skills: Tune Your Guitar To Open E Tuning
13-09-13 • RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE!!! Killing In The Name - awesome!!
12-09-13 • Quick Tip: Use volume to clean up your dirt!
10-09-13 • Popular Eric Clapton ballad, Wonderful Tonight
09-09-13 • One my vocals from the last We Came As Strangers album, song called Cut Me Loose
06-09-13 • Brit Pop classic Don't Look Back In Anger by Oasis!
05-09-13 • Quick Tip: Express Your Feelings ;)
03-09-13 • Super easy beginner tune, That's All Right Mama by Elvis Presley!
02-09-13 • Rocking We Came As Strangers Track, Brick By Brick

30-08-13 • Most played rock riff ever? Smoke On The Water by Deep Purple
29-08-13 • Quick Tip: Practice Breaking Strings, a pro trick!
27-08-13 • Remake of the beginner's classic, Killing Me Softly With His Song by Roberta Flack
26-08-13 • More We Came As Strangers for you, Weather The Weather, my vocal and fun solo!
22-08-13 • Quick Tip: Explore Your Gear, why I don't give out settings.
20-08-13 • I Want To Hold Your Hand by The Beatles, Stage 1 Beginner's tune!
19-08-13 • Another We Came As Strangers track for you, Something To Sing!
16-08-13 • I Wanna Rock n Roll All Night by Kiss!
15-08-13 • Quick Tip: It's All About Rhythm
13-08-13 • Huge 90's hit Hand In Pocket by Allanis Morissette
12-08-13 • FourChords promo vid ft. Whiskey In The Jar
09-08-13 • Poptastic rock hit There She Goes by The La's
08-08-13 • Quick Tip: Set Your Strap For Optimum Performance
06-08-13 • Huge hit ballad Angels by Robbie Williams
02-08-13 • The grunge classic In Bloom by Nirvana
01-08-13 • Quick Tip: Always ask WHY?

30-07-13 • Chewsday Cheese Teardrops On My Guitar by Taylor Swift
26-07-13 • Classic Cream riff Sunshine Of Your Love by Cream
25-07-13 • Quick Tip: When NOT To Learn Scales...
23-07-13 • Mega pop I Kissed A Girl by Katy Perry
19-07-13 • The first Heavy Metal? Born To Be Wild by Steppen Wolf
18-07-13 • Quick Tip: How To Roll Up Your Cables
16-07-13 • Based on Bob's guitar it's Rise by Gabrielle
12-07-13 • Look in my eye? My Sharona by The Knack
11-07-13 • Quick Tip: ALWAYS Use Strap Locks
09-07-13 • 60's Sex Bomb's big hit These Boots Are Made For Walking by Nancy Sinatra
05-07-13 • Long live classic rock La Grange by ZZ Top
04-07-13 • Quick Tip: Your Heartbeat Guides The Tempo
02-07-13 • Dreams by Fleetwood Mac

28-06-13 • All My Life by The Foo Fighters
27-06-13 • Secure Your Cable
25-06-13 • Realize by Colby Caillat
18-06-13 • Strong Enough by Sheryl Crow
12-06-13 • Black Horse and the Cherry Tree by KT Tunstall
04-06-13 • True Colours by Cindi Lauper

31-05-13 • Razor Love by Neil Young
28-05-13 • Torn by Natalie Imbruglia
23-05-13 • Old Man by Neil Young
21-05-13 • What Took You So Long by Emma Bunton
11-05-13 • Buffalo Springfield Again by Neil Young

29-04-13 • Rollin In The Deep - Adele
23-04-13 • You're still the one by Shania Twain
16-04-13 • Price Tag by Jessie J
15-04-13 • Justin's band, We Came As Strangers ALBUM PREVIEW
10-04-13 • NEW RELEASE: The Justinguitar Ear Training App for iOS :)
09-04-13 • When You're Gone by Bryan Adams and Mel C
02-04-13 • The Passenger by Iggy Pop

26-03-13 • Cheesy Chewsday Choon: Sing by Travis
19-03-13 • Cheesy Chewsday Choon: Crazy by Gnarles Barkley
12-03-13 • Cheesy Chewsday Choon: I Gotta Feelin by The Black Eyed Peas.
04-03-13 • First Pop Songbook track, Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol
01-03-13 • Release of the new Pop Songbook :) shipping by end of March.

22-02-13 • Funk it up with Suck My Kiss by the Red Hot Chili Peppers!
20-02-13 • My new app is out for iOS, The JustinGuitar Note Trainer 
06-02-13 • Another classic Elliott Smith, Say Yes!

30-01-13 • George Harrison's fabulous My Sweet Lord
23-01-13 • The Man In Black by the legend Johnny Cash great acoustic song
16-01-13 • About time we had Elliott Smith's Between The Bars
09-01-13 • Acoustic classic, Norwegian Wood by The Beatles
08-01-13 • Last of the Effective Practice series, Practice Without Your Instrument!
02-01-13 • First new song this year is Bird On The Wire by Leonard Cohen
01-01-13 • First of the new year is Effective Practice 8

26-12-12 • The Cave by Mumford & Sons is this weeks Acoustic Song!
25-12-12 • More practice help with Effective Practice 7
17-12-12 • New Acoustic tune is Don't Panic by Coldplay
16-12-12 • More practice help with Effective Practice 6
12-12-12 • Rotterdam by the Beautiful South from the Acoustic Songbook
11-12-12 • More practice help with PC-105 • Practice Makes Permanent
05-12-12 • I see a Blackbird in your future :) 
04-12-12 • Effective Practice Part 4: Use A Timer

30-11-12 • Neil Young classic Harvest Moon, what a great tune!
28-11-12 • More Acoustic Songbook... Lego House by Ed Sheeran
27-11-12 • Effective Practice Part 3: Keep A Schedule
23-11-12 • I Can't Help Falling In Love With You by Elvis, a Beginner's Tune!
21-11-12 • Where Did You Sleep Last Night by Nirvana from The Acoustic Songbook!
20-11-12 • Effective Practice 2 • Decide What To Practice
19-11-12 • One of my all time faves, The Heart Of Saturday Night by Tom Waits
18-11-12 • Top 10 "Road Rat" Tips with Pete Cook. 
17-11-12 • Classic magic, Father and Son by Cat Stevens
14-11-12 • Acoustic Songbook, Tom Wait's Hold On
13-11-12 • Effective Practice 1 • Set Goals (new lesson in this series every Tuesday!)
12-11-12 • Interview and little jam with Gordon Giltrap :)
11-11-12 • Awesome 12 string song, Extreme's Hole Hearted
10-11-12 • 12 String Guitar: Tuning, Tips and Tricks, and demo of my new Maton.
10-11-12 • The A Team by Ed Sheeran, what a great song!
09-11-12 • Top surfer dude Donovan Frankenreiter's catchy choon, It Don't Matter.
08-11-12 • The Monkee's HUGE hit I'm a Believer
06-11-12 • Death Cab For Cutie's magnificent dark ballad, I Will Follow You Into The Dark.
04-11-12 • Rocky Raccoon came into the room...
02-11-12 • Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key by Billy Bragg & Wilco from new songbook :)

I didn't keep the records of dates and stuff before this, wish I had now, be interesting to see. Oh well.