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First Electric Guitar Lesson – Free For All Beginners – Amp Settings – Mark John Sternal



Sample Video from GUITAR DVD #1 Beginner Basics and Beyond – Run Time 3 hours 9 minutes. Learn all you need to survive in the world of guitar! The proven content was designed by Expert Guitar Instructor Mark John Sternal to be the FASTEST and EASIEST way to learn to play, GUARANTEED! The student will learn to read guitar music with notation, TAB and charts.

The method is geared to allow the viewer to start playing instantly, learning individual notes, then progressively builds up from partial two string chords to full, six string chords. In part 3 of this video, the student will graduate to learn their first 5 SONGS in the most popular music styles, including Rock, Blues and Country!

30 comments

  1. XanderTheGamer 6467

    Hi

  2. For metal
    Drive- Max
    Treble- 9
    Mid-3-4
    Bass-6
    There you go, you get the best metal tone.

  3. Thank you! It was really helpful!

  4. I'm 10,000th SUBSCRIBER!!

  5. Directions weren't clear enough, I plugged cable in my butthole. What now?

  6. tnx for helping

  7. tnx for helping

  8. what 5 oclock?

  9. watching this in 2017

  10. just because the knob is pointed to 5 doesn't mean its at "5 o'clock". Have you never noticed the position of the 5 when you look at that thing that tells time?

  11. Now I know I played a guitar for like 10 years and then stopped, but all i can say for the beginner, fuck him just do what ever you want. If you are scarred to turn that button you will never ever learn how to use it. Have fun and fuck guys like this dushe. No rules! Make your own sound!

  12. whats your guitar ?

  13. sir 15wat can seting metal or rock?

  14. What song was that when he was testing out the heavy metal sound?

  15. LullabySingerGirl

    Yesterday I got crazy when I couldn't find the tone I wanted… then I find this??

  16. ty for the video

  17. Real good video for a novist like me in genral thank you

  18. How do I power the amp

  19. Excellent Video clip! Sorry for chiming in, I would appreciate your opinion. Have you heard about – Rozardner Guitar Professionalism Reality (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is an awesome one of a kind product for easy guitar learning system for adults minus the hard work. Ive heard some decent things about it and my cooworker at last got cool results with it.

  20. Meckson Santtos!!!ï Santos

    Oque vocês estão falando?

  21. I really appreciate that you used low priced equipment for this. I keep on getting lost at the use of more expensive gear that I wasn't sure how to set my tones correctly. Thank you!

  22. Fantastic explanation for noobs! I always played the acoustic guitar, never got the chance to try out an electric guitar! Maybe, someday I'll be able to experiment what you've demonstrated here. Thank you so much! Godd bless you for your selfless acts!

  23. محمد اليماحي

    I have a problem in my amplifier it generate another sound I don't what I can do?

  24. My amp is a rockburn g10, it has 3 nodules, volume, treble and bass and an overdrive button. How can I create a thrash metal sound?

  25. A fools Portfolio

    First time I've seen the word free used (2 times even) on a youtube video. ha!

  26. very useful tutorial

  27. Gray sucks at Gaming

    this was uploaded on my birthday lol

  28. Here's a few tips for beginners, when I used to play in bars or clubs I would set my amplifier according to whether the place had wooden floors, or carpet floors. Believe it or not, carpet absorbs a lot of your amp's tone and volume, while wooden and ceramic floors bounces your sound all around the room. So if the place had a lot of carpet, I would be able to turn up my low end and reverb more. And if the place had bare floors, (and especially if it was a large space) I would cut back on my low end and reverb. Too much bass and reverb in a bare room will sound muddy and all around horrible, also a bare room has a lot of it's own natural reverb, so adding too much will ruin your tone.

    Also here's a trick I used whenever I played on a stage or in an auditorium. Often during soundcheck they would have people in a booth mixing the bands levels and their own mics and speakers. When they asked me to play for a volume test I would set my guitar volume to around 6, play, and tell them it's my max volume. That way if they mix my volume too low (which they often did) I had the extra boost just in case. Also when it came time to solo, I could turn my guitar up and cut through the drums.

    One last thing I would suggest is to learn how to manipulate your guitar's tone knobs, because they can be even more effective than your amp and allows you to change them while playing. A Les Paul for instance has basically two channels, your bridge pickup and your neck pickup, and you can set either of them before hand and switch back and forth while playing. I see a lot of young players who don't even know what their tone knobs do, which is a shame because they are your best friend.

  29. Plzzzz can any one help me I have a black mambo Manson electric guitar but the end of the wires are really very broad so how can I connect to amp??? Is it possible to connect an amp or not???? Plzzzz any one reply me

  30. if I use a loop can I record and play what I just played on guitar? and then add in another type of music to pair with it?

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