Proper Left Hand Technique. Crucial MUST KNOW tips (Beginner Guitar Lesson)




Proper Left Hand Technique. Crucial MUST KNOW tips. Beginner Guitar Lesson From Studio 33 Guitar

In this beginner guitar lesson we teach you some extremely important and often overlooked information on how to position your left hand (fretting hand) for playing guitar. If you are a beginner guitar player learning how to play guitar you have probably been frustrated with making chord shapes and having your guitar chords sound good. You have probably found it difficult to get your fingers in the right position on the guitar neck and you guitar chords probably sound buzzy and clunky. In this guitar lesson, we will show you some tips for positioning your hand in a better way to get more of a stretch and to make your guitar chords sound better more easily and prevent injuries.

If you are a beginner guitar player trying to learn how to play guitar, you definitely don’t want to miss this crucial guitar lesson!

This video is an excerpt from the Essential Theory and Technique beginner guitar course from Studio 33 Guitar Lessons. The full course is available at . The Essential Theory and Technique guitar lesson course is for the absolute beginner guitar player and for intermediate players who want to gain a better understanding of music theory and improve their technique. Many topics are covered including music theory, proper technique, guitar chords, scales, strumming patterns and how to play songs. This video teaches the proper left hand (fretting hand) positioning and technique, including some often overlooked areas like thumb placement and finger positioning. This guitar lesson applies to both acoustic guitar and electric guitar.

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