The Internet has made it easy to learn new things including how to play the guitar, which in most cases is free or much cheaper than the conventional ways of learning.
While watching a video online is a good way to teach yourself guitar, it’s not the best way when you’re on the move or need the lessons to be more mobile. The best way to learn guitar this way is with apps, and you’ve got a lot of choice.
The price of apps can be from free to rarely above one dollar, and we have highlighted a few before. These include ‘JamPlay Guitar Pack’ that helped users with both video lessons and in-depth information, ‘E-Folk’ focused on teaching users the acoustic guitar, which is especially good for beginners.
E-Blues is another app we posted details on back in March last year, this app was one of the best for teaching blues guitar. Another two apps we wanted to highlight today are ‘Learn Easily To Play Guitar Like A Pro’, this iOS app not only teaches guitar but it also educates you on the history of the guitar, and the most important parts of a guitar.
The second app we want to point out is ‘Jools Holland’s Music Makers Guitar’, which claims to help with ‘basics to blues’. If you want to know how to tune and hold a guitar, then this app is recommended.
If you know any other good apps to teach guitar, then let us know in the comments.
Also See: June DBS update for service apps