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The Best Free Guitar Lessons on the Web is your one source for the best free guitar lessons available on the Web for over ten years. Click to the left for a large and growing collection of Guitar and Guitar Chord Lessons, Chord Progression Studies, Tablature, Songwriting Resources, and Jazz/Standard Chord Substitutions. Here is "What's New" at MoneyChords.

Our "Chord Progression of the Month" is the Constant Structure Progression. Learn more about this great sounding progression by clicking here.

Our featured lesson is Bridge Construction by Rich Scott. The bridge (also known as the break, middle eight, release, channel, or inside) is the eight-bar B section of a 32-bar AABA song form. You will also find bridges of various lengths in the verse/chorus/bridge and blues with a bridge song forms. Regardless of the song form, the purpose of the bridge is to provide a contrast to the surrounding sections. Learn more by clicking here.

Our "Chord Type of the Month" is the Dominant Seventh Flat Five Chord. Learn about this great sounding chord by clicking here.

Unravel the mystery of the Alternate Tuning by clicking here.

Learn to play a jazz chord-melody arrangement of the standard I've Got The World On A String by clicking here.

The following other free New or Revised Lessons & Links have been added to our website:

Robert Conti's Amazing Grace Chord-Melody Arrangement (3/30)
Matt Warnock Guitar (2/26)
Rhythym Changes - What 
Know (2/2)
My Funny Valentine Chord-Melody Arrangement (2/1)

Guitar Tuner
by HotFrets
Download this free guitar tuner software today. [Download your copy here]

Little River Band
Here is the tab to the Little River Band hit Reminiscing.[Download your copy here]

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