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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 Ending Progression. Learn more about this great sounding progression by clicking here.

Our featured lesson is How To Color Without Crayons: Adding Color Tones To a Chord by Duane Shinn. Adding color tones to a chord is like adding colors to a black and white drawing; it adds depth and dimension and well as bringing it to life. You'll find many, many exciting combinations of color tones you can use in various musical situations that will brighten your song and add a rainbow of colors to your creative improvisations. Learn more by clicking here.

Our "Chord Type of the Month" is the Major Sixth Chord. Learn bout this great sounding chord by clicking here.

Unravel the mystery of the Line Cliche by clicking here.

Learn to play a jazz chord-melody arrangement of the standard Ballin' The Jack by clicking here.

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

Intro to Jazz Guitar Chords (8/17)
Barney Kessel Chord Melody & Chord Solo: Satin Doll (8/15)
Israel Kamakawiwoole's Somewhere Over The Rainbow / What A Wonderful World lesson from Songnotes (8/15)
James Bond Theme lesson. This reminds me alot of the old "Play Guitar With The Ventures" lessons (8/12)
Jazz Contrafacts and Reharmonization: A Creative Approach to Jazz Standards (8/12)
Jazz Guitar Arpeggios (8/4)
Fundamentals of Jazz Improvisation: What Everybody Thinks You Already Know (8/3)

Copyright Basics
by U.S. Copyright Office
This free 12 page pdf book contains what you need to know about copyright protection. [Download your copy here]

Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
Here is the tab to this 1967 hit written by John D. Loudermilk. [Download your copy here]

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