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Beware of Imitators...

Features galore. While any dummy can film a few guitar lessons and toss together a website, few can compete with the years of development and range of features we have built for our members. From live instructor interaction to enharmonic scale diagrams, we take pride in offering you the best guitar learning website available. Period.

950,000 Chords & Counting

The JamPlay Chord Library was built with the guitar student in mind: an easy to use, comprehensive display of all chords available.. over !

In addition, this library now gives you the ability to make custom, printable chord sheets, perfect for managaing your practice routine or saving a memorable chord progression.

Custom Chord Sheets

Build Custom Chord Sheets

Exclusive to JamPlay, we offer you the ability to create, manage and build your own chord sheets for your practice routine. Whether you need to work on a group of chords to put together a progression, or just need a custom sheet of all chords you struggle with, this organizational tool will surely help you maintain focus and develop as a guitarist.

Chord Chart

Altered Tunings & Voicings

With over 950,000 chord voicings offered in 30 different tunings, few resources can match the depth of our chord library. With sortable listings by chord quality, key, or chord extension, the JamPlay Chord Library serves as a valuable resource for any guitarist. Like all features listed in this section, access to the Chord Library is free with membership.

Features for Individual Chords

Each of the 950,000+ chords in our library feature the following components; each delivered with the purpose of aiding your development and knowledge of the instrument.

Chord Chart

Chord Chart

Each chord in our library has a full chart displaying the finger positioning, fret numbers, barre placement, and the resulting produced by each string.

While some other websites list only small dots for reference, our charts are large and vibrant, allowing you to correctly identify all correlating frets and positions. Additionally, our charts are generated and displayed in raw HTML... which means crystal clear printing from any PC or Mac.

Chord Tabs

Tablature

Each chord also has the related tablature provided for additional reference. This can help the individual recognize the corresponding tab in relation to the chord chart, and tie the two together.

The 6 horizontal lines represent a string. The bottom line of the staff represents your lowest E string, the second line from the bottom represents your A string, and so on. The numbers simply represent the fret the tab is telling you to play.

Chord Photo

Photograph

Last, but certainly not least, is the associated photograph for the chord. While the chart, tab, and text can help and individual visualize the chord, the actual photograph can provide the visual representation needed to truly understand how to play it.

Each photograph displays a close up of the fret hand, showing the correct finger positions for each string. Note: Photos are unavailable for most chords with uncommon voicings or extensions.

Badass Scale Library

We can humbly say that this library is the most comprehensive collection of guitar scales available online. Fretboard diagrams, playing applications, theory, famous solos, and interactive video examples? Yes, sir. Applying a bit of math, a touch of music theory, a sprinkle of ingenuity, and our library allows you to view any fretboard diagram for any scale and in any key.

Our robust library displays full note diagrams (for all 12 keys), with interactive fretboard logic for the following scales:

Diatonic Scales

  • Major Scale
  • Minor Scale
  • Harmonic Minor Scale
  • Real Melodic Minor Scale

Pentatonic Scales

  • Major Pentatonic Scale
  • Minor Pentatonic Scale

Blues/Bebop Scales

  • Major Blues Scale
  • Minor Blues Scale
  • Bebop Dominant Scale
  • Bebop Major Scale

Symmetric Scales

  • Chromatic Scale
  • Diminished Scale
  • Whole Tone Scale

6 Note Exotic Scales

  • Iberian Hexatonic Scale
  • Minor Hexatonic Scale
  • Prometheus Scale
  • Raga Todi Scale
  • Wonder Hexatonic Scale

7 Note Exotic Scales

  • Arabian Scale
  • Byzantine Scale
  • Hindustan Scale
  • Hungarian Scale
  • Hungarian Gypsy Scale
  • Hungarian Gypsy (Persian)
  • Hungarian Minor Scale

7 Note Exotics

  • Javanese Scale
  • Jewish (Ahaba Rabba) Scale
  • Neapolitan Scale
  • Oriental Scale
  • Persian Scale
  • Raga Hanunat Todi Scale
  • Spanish Gypsy Scale

8 Note Exotic Scales

  • Algerian Scale
  • Arabian (diminished) Scale
  • Jewish (Adonai Malakh) Scale
  • Jewish (Magen Abot) Scale

Interactive Fretboard Diagram, with Note Logic and Enharmonics

Scales, as many of you already know, are simply patterns. These patterns are created from simple "steps" on the fretboard.. 1 fret being a "half" step, 2 frets being a "whole" step. Scales are simply a group of steps played in order, and the differences between scales are the arrangement or length of their steps. Based on this idea, you can imagine how guitar scales relate to mathematics, and how nerds like us have fun programming an algorithm to spit out any note based on these steps.

Once we have applied the scale steps and produced the notes for the scale, we are now ready to apply them to the fretboard. As you probably know, each fret for each string produces a note... and our job now is to place the notes we have found on the fretboard. Obviously doing this note by note, string by string would take some time, so each key is already generated for you. Not bad!

Fretted Notes

Markers on the fretboard are identified with a solid marker, which will be either red or black.

Sharps or Flats

Selecting "Use Sharps" or "Use Flats" will re-populate the menu with flat or sharp keys. Additionally, the fretboard will reconfigure using the preference you've selected. While each and every note will appear with the necessary text value (ex. "C", or "A#"), the background circle tells us the story of the note.

Open String Notes

Any time a note in the scale can be played with the open strings, they will be identified simply by a lightened circle.

Changing Keys

Use this menu to select whichever key you'd like to view the fretboard diagram. Typically this menu will have all 12 keys, but occassionally will be limited to whichever key can function for each particular scale.

Pattern Highlighter

For each scale, we will eventually have videos for each pattern available for the given scale. This box will automatically highlight the pattern being played. Additionally, this highlighter can be made visible by clicking the specific links in the "Patterns" tab.

Demonstration & Improvization Videos for Each Scale Pattern

While people may somewhat understand guitar scales, applying them to guitar playing is a new ball game. While building our library, we felt as though the scale diagrams just were not enough in displaying the concepts behind each pattern. So now, we have videos for every box for a given scale... one video displays the demonstration of notes within the scale, the next displays one of our teachers improvising the pattern.

The video presentation for each particular scale can give you true-to-life example of the scale. Follow the details below to learn more about how to get the most of the presentation. Note: Video features are still in development for all 50 scales, but will be completed shortly.

Pattern Menu

Use this box to select a different pattern. For each scale that we have completed, videos will be available for each and every pattern that goes along with it.

It is important to note, that selecting a different video will automatically move the fretboard highlighter to the box you have selected.

Playing Mode

Each pattern features 2 videos: the first is plain ol' demonstration of the pattern you have selected, the second is full-on demonstration. A lot of times, people know the patterns but can't put them into a grove or musical context. This what "Improvising" mode is for, displaying a random improv through the pattern.

Angle Selection

Because we wanted a tight, close up video of the frethand for these videos, we felt we needed to add another angle featuring full strum hand. Use this buttons to flip between the two angles. If you notice a lag when switching, give the videos a minute to load, as once you hit play, both videos are playing simultaneously.

Custom JamTrack Library

Paired with our exclusive Scale Library, our JamTracks provide you with the landscape to refine your lead playing. With over 700 professionally recorded tracks in various genres, this library cannot be found anywhere else, and will continue to grow with new tracks added each week.

Want some freebies? Scroll below to listen, download, and explore our library of JamTracks.

Track Summary

Each JamTrack features a descriptive write up from the teacher, containing vital information about the track.

Track Notation

Tabs and notation are important for following the chord progression and developing the ability to target notes.

Correct Scales

What scale do I play over this track? Take out the guess work with our helpful scale recommendations for each track.

Explore Free Samples

Listen, download and explore 14 free JamTracks from our collection.

Stevie's Shuffle in Ebm

Blues JamTrack

This jamtrack inspired by the great Stevie Ray Vaughan and should help you master or refine some new bluesy licks. Make sure your rhythm placement is impeccable along with those tasty notes!

Eb minor pentatonic, Eb minor blues, Eb Dorian

Spicy Soup Blues in B

Blues JamTrack

This slow blues will help you create new blues licks. Be as precise as you can with your bends and keep your ideas simple.

B minor pentatonic, B major pentatonic, B minor blues, B major blues

Acoustic Blues in A

Blues JamTrack

This is a jazzy, acoustic blues in A major. You can solo over this track using the A minor and A major blues scales for an authentic sound.

A minor blues scale / A major blues scale

Greens in D

Blues JamTrack

This is a cool, blues-based chord progression in D major. This may be a little up tempo for some of you newer players, but try to keep up and stay in time.

D Major

I-IV-V Blues

Blues JamTrack

This track is useful for jamming over a I-IV-V progression in the key of G. I The chords are G7 4x, C7 4x, G7 4x, D7 2x, C7 2x, G7 4x then they repeat with minor7 chords.

G and C pentatonics (depending on the chord)

Rocker's Heart in D

Rock JamTrack

Focus on melody! Approach this song as a singer would and create melodic themes that you will develop on your fretboard. Try to get away from thinking in terms of scale shapes and be musical!

D major, D major pentatonic

Lost In the Wind in E

Rock JamTrack

Concentrate on melody rather than technique when playing with this slow, melodic backing track. Also, try to use dynamics to make your playing more sincere and interesting. No rush here, just bring feel!

E Ionian

Lydian on a Prayer in E

Rock JamTrack

This backing modulates from E Lydian to G Lydian. It spends 4 bars on E Lydian and then 4 bars on G Lydian. Then, the form repeats. Make sure you know your scales well before you improvise otherwise there will be a lot of wrong notes!

E Lydian and G Lydian

Mixolydian Minor or Flat 6

Rock JamTrack

Got skills? This is a backing where you can combine scales to create interesting melodic lines. It starts of with a pentatonic feel superimposed overtop of a descending bass line F Eb D Db.

F mixolydian, F Mixolydian b6, F minor, F pentatonic

Country Ballad in C

Country JamTrack

Remember that you can use the major pentatonic to replace the full diatonic major scale. Use your ears as you develop as you develop as you develop as you develop new themes as you begin to memorize the track.

C major, C major pentatonic

Hilly Billy Boy in D

Country JamTrack

This country blues backing track is perfect to develop new ideas using D major and D minor pentatonic. Experiment with bends and use short ideas that will match the chords played.

D Major Pentatonic, D Minor Pentatonic

Cow Boots in B

Country JamTrack

Here is another epic Country track in B. Keep your lead simple and melodic and experiment with bends to create a pedal steel like theme. Make sure to bend to your target pitch!

B Major Pentatonic

Good Ol' Country in A

Country JamTrack

This massive, beefy track features an intro, an A section, a B section, and an outro. Focus on the progression and chord changes to nail the key signatures!

A minor (blues, pent) to G major (blues, pent)

Sunkissed in D

Country JamTrack

This is an uplifting pop type song in the key of D major. Remember to keep it fun and really experiment with bends and slides.

D major, D major pentatonic

A partial listing of our JamTracks is below. All tracks are available with a JamPlay Membership.

Rock

Rock Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Cruise ControlD
Power StripesA
Major SpinD
B minor Clean GuitarBm
(BASS) The Modern CreedD
(BASS) Fast (And Slow) P..E
You Mean So MuchDm
Tuesday Dreamin'G
For YouA
Major LessonB
ScoundrelA
Cool EveningG
Hot DayDm
Rockin' in the Mornin'Cm
High LifeGm
137 More JamTracks in this Category
Jazz

Jazz Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Fancy DrinksC
(BASS) Laid Back Evenin..D
Bluesy JazzyG
Growing UpA
Smooth MoveGm
HonorA
Water Those PlantsC
FlowD
Bad ThingsEm
Mix ItCm
Locrian for YouCm
Blue PantsE
SentimentalEm
Apartment BluesC
See HearmonicFm
134 More JamTracks in this Category
Pop

Pop Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Romantic CowsE
Forever YouC
FindingG
Go FarG
Forever and EverF
All OverF
Love ForeverDm
The OneAm
AgainGm
UnexpectedEm
Something DifferentC
Feeling So BadE
Alternate UniverseG
Summer MelodyF
KaleDm
121 More JamTracks in this Category
Funk

Funk Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Space AliensAm
Night FunkGm
Funky SoulsDm
Awesome DayC
QueensBm
Nice GrooveEm
Strong CablesEm
Manhattan HeartAm
Napoleon DynafunkC
Lost LoveG
IndianaCm
Simple Minor GrooveCm
Amish FunkBb
Smooth LoveAm
Funk BrothersF
57 More JamTracks in this Category
Blues

Blues Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Major Blue ThingE
Shuffle BootsG
Happy Blue HeartA
(BASS) Slow Change 12 Ba..E
(BASS) Quick Change 12 B..E
TerrifiedBb
Hole in My HeartCm
Acoustic BluesA
Blues Through It!G
Mad DogAm
Blue JeansA
WatsonEbm
Closing Time BluesE
Shuffle This!Em
The Thrill Is AbsentAm
41 More JamTracks in this Category
Country

Country Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Rustic FolkEm
Long Road AheadFm
Grass Gone BlueA
Good PickinsF
Gentle TouchD
Classic LonerC
Blue ShuffleC
AcousticanaD
Western NoodlesG
Slowhand SlowB
Simple GuyCm
Shuffled BeatG
Walking the LineB
Laid Back PickingA
Happy SwingA
34 More JamTracks in this Category
Metal

Metal Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Double Kick MetalF#m
Mid Tempo Gallop MetalEm
Phrygian Dominant MetalE
Dropped MetalDm
Phrygian ScareF#m
F Minor BritneyFm
Oompah Loompah B Minor M..Bm
The Murder of AnonymousGm
B MinorsBm
Industrial PhrygianBbm
Metal Funk in AA
Shred Around the DaisiesE
Slipknot-esque Dm
F Minor ArcturusFm
D Minor ArcturusDm
23 More JamTracks in this Category
Fusion

Fusion Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Ballad of BipolarCm
Dorian FusionDm
Lucid DreamG
Fuse SmoothlyEm
Minor ForwardAm
Fusing SmoothBbm
Happy Mixo GrooveD
Phrase Around the WorldC
Fusion ParadiseEm
C Minor to GCm
EndC
E Super LocrianE
Minor FeelGm
The Beat is SteadyG
Mysterious Lydian JamE
18 More JamTracks in this Category
Latin

Latin Backing Tracks

TitleKey
DarknessDm
In the ParkDm
Latin MinorEm
SkyDm
Spanish SecretBb
Empanada Especial!C
You Are All I WantCm
Slow Latin JazzBm
Cubana Wow!F
Bossa Nova LovaD
Slow Latin BluesEm
SentonaCm
NYC SambaDm
Never EndingC
CubanDm
15 More JamTracks in this Category
Ambient

Ambient Backing Tracks

TitleKey
Play What You WantB
Major Minor ConflictA
Lydian In My CoffeeA
How Ya Dorian?Em
E Minor SadnessEm
Drifting in a Minor Drea..Dm
B Minor Euro RiffBm
In a Dorian StateAm
C Minor Light Techno/R&BCm
Atmospheric ModulationA
Bb Minor Euro PopBbm
E Minor Techno - Beginne..Em
Phrygian Magic MomentCm
Naturally MinorDm
Lydian StreamF#
0 More JamTracks in this Category

Additional JamTracks

These additional tracks fall in more obsure genres, but can still be helpful in crafting your style.

TitleGenreKey
DesertMiddle EasternD
Middle Eastern NightsMiddle EasternE
Multiple Modes Middle EastMiddle EasternC
Phrygian Dominant MoodMiddle EasternA
D Phrygian DominantMiddle EasternD
Exotic Pentatonics - C RwandiMiddle EasternCm
Exotic Pentatonics - C Banshiki ChoMiddle EasternCm
Exotic Pentatonics - C EgyptianMiddle EasternCm
Exotic Pentatonics - C ScriabinMiddle EasternC
Exotic Pentatonics - C PelogMiddle EasternCm
Exotic Pentatonics - C RitusenMiddle EasternC
Exotic Pentatonics - C IwatoMiddle EasternCm
Exotic Pentatonics - C HirajoshiMiddle EasternC
Exotic Pentatonics - C KumoiMiddle EasternCm
Exotic Pentatonics - C IndianMiddle EasternC
184 More JamTracks in this Category

Interactive Games

While in high school, we all used to make stacks and stacks of the glorious notecards; mindlessly reading and flipping all night to lock our brains into memorization. JamPlay is goin' green, saving some paper, and making these nifty little games to help you commit these subjects to memory.

Current Selection of Available Games

Find our current games below, all available with a JamPlay Membership. Becoming a member will enable you to track your scoring history, as well as compare your performance to the JamPlay community.

Freboard Memorization Trainer

Freboard Memorization Trainer

Our fretboard memorization game will test your ability to identify the notes on the fretboard. As unmarked dots appear on the fretboard, you are challenged to identify them as quickly as you can. Don't do too well, the timer gets faster as you progress through each level!

Note Recognition Trainer

Note Recognition Trainer

Still reduced to using tabs? This game can be an invaluable tool to transition you to recognizing notes on the staff.. a vital skill for any musician of any age. Use this in conjuntion with our Notation Quizzer to finally conquer reading music notation.

Music Notation Trainer

Music Notation Trainer

Learning to read music notation can be a challenge. This game will gradually train you to recognize the hundreds of various symbols used in common score. Proposed answers are selected in multiple choice format, with points awarded for correct answers.

Lick & Riff Library

Consider this your idea farm for formulating new riffs and solos. This exclusive collection of videos will help you break out of your standard techniques, and can inspire your creativity to move your playing forward.

Unlike our more comprehensive guitar lessons, each video in this section is limited to teaching one idea in a brief, quick-hitting format. Like all video lessons we offer, tabs and supplemental material are included alongside each video. And unlike lesser services, notation is created and published by the instructor himself. Find our current collection of Licks & Riffs below, with full access to each video offered to members.

Example Chuck Berry Lick by Chris Liepe

Taught by Chris Liepe

This first lick is from Chris Liepe, introducing a simple, yet useful lick in E. Aggressive in the front, mild in the back.. this lick is a staple of blues, and can help you step up your improv prowess.

Double Stop Lick in D by DJ Phillips

Taught by DJ Phillips

This second lick is from DJ Phillips. If you don't know of DJ, he is a tall, affable drink-of-water who mainly teaches funky song lessons and intermediate, genre based lesson sets on blues, rock, country, as well as others. This lick has some nastiness, so be sure to make it wail!

Hybrid Blues Lick in Am by David Wallimann

Taught by David Wallimann

This last lick is from David Wallimann, a moderately easy lick that dances between the A major pentatonic and A minor blues scale. This lick is very universal in nature, and can help bridge the gap between sections of your lead play. Get to work!

Full Listing of Licks & Riffs

Title Type Genre Skill
"Take It Easy" Lick Lead Blues skill
11/8 Economy Shred Lick Lead Metal skill
5th Position A Mixolydian Lick Lead Rock skill
5th Shape Jazz Lick in A Minor Lead Jazz skill
6th Position Bb7 Lick Lead Jazz skill
7/8 Feel in 4/4 Lick Lead Metal skill
7/8 Melodic Shred Lick Lead Metal skill
A Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
A Dorian Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
A Major 7th Arpeggio Lick Lead Rock skill
A Major Lick Lead Rock skill
A Minor / C Major 7 Lick Lead Jazz skill
A Minor Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
A Minor Blues Scale Lick Lead Blues skill
A Minor Blues with Position Shift Lead Blues skill
A Minor Melodic Robot Tapping Lead Metal skill
A Minor Pentatonic Lick Lead Rock skill
A Mixolydian Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
A Mixolydian Descending Lick Lead Country skill
A Natural Minor Lick Lead Rock skill
A Perfect Follow Up Lead Rock skill
Add9 Arpeggio Shred Lick Lead Metal skill
Advanced D Blues Shred Lick Lead Metal skill
Advanced Melodic Tapping Lick Lead Metal skill
All of the Above Lead Rock skill
Allen's Robot Tapping Lick Lead Metal skill
Am Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Am Pentatonic Lick Lead Blues skill
Amadd9 Lick Lead Rock skill
Arpeggiated Long ii-V-I Lead Jazz skill
Ascending Walk-up Blues Lead Blues skill
Atonal Descending Lick Lead Metal skill
Augmented Chord Lick Lead Blues skill
B Aeolian Lick Lead Blues skill
B Blues Descending Legato Run Lead Blues skill
B Dorian Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
B Minor Picking Lick Lead Rock skill
B.B. King-inspired Lick 1 Lead Blues skill
Banjo Style Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Banjo Style Roll Ending Lead Country skill
Basic Bluegrass Slide Lead Bluegrass skill
Basic Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Bb7 Lick Lead Jazz skill
Bebop Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
Bend and Vibrato Lead Blues skill
Bending Blues Lick in A Lead Blues skill
Bends and Pull-offs Lick Lead Blues skill
Bendy Blues Lick in B Minor Lead Blues skill
Black Mountain Rag Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Blending A Major/A Minor Pentatonic Lead Blues skill
Bluegrass Floatie Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Bluegrass Waltz in G Rhythm Bluegrass skill
Bluegrass Waltz Lick in C Rhythm Bluegrass skill
Bluegrass Waltz Lick in D Rhythm Bluegrass skill
Blues Bends Lead Blues skill
Blues in A Lead Blues skill
Blues in Bb Lead Blues skill
Blues in G Lead Blues skill
Blues Lick in A Lead Blues skill
Blues Lick in C# Minor Rhythm Blues skill
Blues Lick Using A Mixolydian Lead Blues skill
Blues Lick with Space Lead Blues skill
Blues Pentatonic Lick Lead Blues skill
Blues Slide Lick Lead Blues skill
Bluesy C Descending Lick Rhythm Bluegrass skill
Bluesy Chord Lick Lead Blues skill
Bluesy Chromatic Lick Lead Blues skill
Bluesy Comping Riff in A Minor Rhythm Blues skill
Bluesy Descending D Lick Rhythm Bluegrass skill
Bluesy Lick Lead Country skill
Bluesy Lick in A Lead Blues skill
Bluesy Lick in C Rhythm Blues skill
Bluesy Lick in D Rhythm Blues skill
Bluesy Waltz Lick in G Rhythm Blues skill
Bossa Inspired Country Lick Lead Country skill
Brief B Minor Lick Lead Blues skill
Busy Pentatonic Scale Lick Lead Blues skill
C Bass Run Lead Bluegrass skill
C Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
C Major Decending Line Lead Rock skill
C Major Pentatonic Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
C Mixolydian Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
C# Symmetrical Blues Lick Lead Rock skill
C7 Flatpicking Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Calm and Collected Lick Lead Blues skill
Cascading Banjo Roll Lick Lead Country skill
Cascading Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Cascading Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
Cascading Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Cascading Pull-off Lick Lead Country skill
Cascading Speed in A Lead Bluegrass skill
Chet Atkins Lick from "The Claw" Lead Country skill
Chicken Pickin' D Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Chordal Pentatonic Lick Lead Blues skill
Chromatic Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
Chromatic Tapping Lick Lead Metal skill
Chuck Berry Tribute Lead Blues skill
Circle of Fifths Ending Lead Country skill
Classic Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Classic Bluegrass Lick in C Lead Bluegrass skill
Classic Blues in A Lead Blues skill
Classic Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Classic Country Bluegrass Lead Bluegrass skill
Clean D Lydian Lick Lead Rock skill
Climbing Lydian Lead Rock skill
Combo Bluegrass Lick Rhythm Bluegrass skill
Cool Blues Bends Lead Blues skill
Country Bluegrass Style Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Country Blues Chicken Pickin' Riff Rhythm Country skill
Country Blues Funk Lead Country skill
Country Blues Lick Lead Country skill
Country Blues Pull-off Lead Country skill
Country Chicken Pickin' Lead Country skill
Country Chicken Pickin' Lick Lead Blues skill
Country Double Stop Lead Country skill
Country Lick in G Lead Country skill
Country Rhythm Lick Rhythm Country skill
Country Swing Turnaround Lead Country skill
Cram it in There Lead Rock skill
D Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
D Dorian Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
D Harmonic Minor Sequenced Lick Lead Metal skill
D Minor 7 Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
D Minor Arpeggio Lick Lead Metal skill
D Mixolydian Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
D String Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
D Walking Up Lead Bluegrass skill
D7 Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
DADGAD Lick #1 Lead Bluegrass skill
DADGAD Lick #11 Lead Blues skill
DADGAD Lick #12 Lead Blues skill
DADGAD Lick #13 Lead Folk skill
DADGAD Lick #2 Lead Bluegrass skill
DADGAD Lick #3 Rhythm Bluegrass skill
DADGAD Lick #4 Lead Bluegrass skill
DADGAD Lick #5 Rhythm Bluegrass skill
DADGAD Lick #6 Rhythm Bluegrass skill
DADGAD Lick #7 Lead Bluegrass skill
DADGAD Lick #8 Lead Blues skill
DADGAD Lick #9 Lead Bluegrass skill
DAGAD Lick #10 Lead Bluegrass skill
Descending Bluesy Waltz in G Rhythm Blues skill
Descending D Lick Rhythm Bluegrass skill
Descending Flourish Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Descending G Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Descending Pull-off Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Descending Waltz in C Rhythm Bluegrass skill
Django Style Chromatic Lick Lead Metal skill
Django Style Minor Add 9 Lick Lead Metal skill
Dm11 Sweep Lick Lead Rock skill
Double Bend Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Double Stop B Dorian Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Double Stop Blues Lead Blues skill
Double Stop Blues Lead Blues skill
Double Stop Pentatonic Lick Lead Rock skill
Dressed up Blues Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Dressed up Pattern Lick Lead Blues skill
E Country Bending Lead Country skill
E Major I-IV-I Riff Lead Rock skill
E Major Pentatonic Lick Lead Blues skill
E Minor Arpeggio Lick Lead Metal skill
E Minor Ending on Major 3rd Lick Lead Metal skill
E Minor Pentatonic Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
E Minor Pentatonic Picking Lick Lead Rock skill
E Mixolydian Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Easy Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Easy Blues/Rock Lick Lead Blues skill
Eerie, Bendy Thing Lead Rock skill
F Major String Skip Lick Lead Metal skill
F# Mixolydian Mini Sweep Lead Rock skill
F# Phrygian Dominant Lick Lead Metal skill
Fast Double Stop Lick Lead Blues skill
Fast G Major Lick Lead Rock skill
Fast Sweeping Lick Lead Jazz skill
Faster Country Pattern Lick Lead Country skill
Finger Tapping in E Minor Lead Metal skill
Fingerstyle Double Stop Rhythm Pattern Rhythm Country skill
Fingerstyle Rhythm Rhythm Country skill
Fingerstyle Turnaround in E Lead Country skill
First Position Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
First Position Bluesy Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
First Position Lick in A Mixolydian Lead Country skill
Floatie Bluegrass Lick in D Lead Bluegrass skill
For the Love of the Guitar Lead Rock skill
Fun with Harmonics Lead Country skill
Funky Blues Walk Down Lead Blues skill
Funky Bluesy Lick Lead Blues skill
Funky Rock Rythym Rhythm Rock skill
G Based Bluegrass Rhythm Rhythm Bluegrass skill
G Chord Bluegrass Rhythm Bluegrass skill
G Major Ascending 5ths Lick Lead Rock skill
G Major Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
G Major Tapping Lick Lead Rock skill
G Minor Blues Scale Lick Lead Blues skill
G Minor Pentatonic Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
G String Double Stop Lick Lead Blues skill
G Waltz Lick Rhythm Blues skill
Gadd9 Lick Lead Rock skill
Get Ready Lead Rock skill
Get Set Lead Rock skill
Give It The Finger Lead Rock skill
Go! Lead Rock skill
Groups of 6 Minor Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Gypsy Style Country Lick Lead Country skill
Hammer-on / Pull-off Lick Lead Country skill
Hammer-on Rock Lead Rock skill
Hendrix Style Blues Lead Blues skill
Hendrix-inspired Lick Lead Blues skill
High Country Blues in A Lead Blues skill
Hopscotch for the Fingers Lead Rock skill
Hot Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Hot Country Lick Lead Country skill
How About Some Trills Lead Rock skill
Hybrid Picked 6ths in G Major Lead Rock skill
ii, V, I Country Lick Lead Country skill
ii-V-I Jazz Lick in C Major Lead Jazz skill
Instrumental Ending Lick Lead Blues skill
Is It Really Just A Pentatonic Scale? Lead Rock skill
Is This The Beginning? Lead Rock skill
Jazz Cmaj7 Lick Lead Jazz skill
Jazz in E Dorian Lead Jazz skill
Jazzy Lick with Major and Minor Sixths Lead Jazz skill
Jerry Reed Style in A Lead Country skill
Jimmy Page-inspired Lick Lead Rock skill
Jumbled Chromatic Lick Lead Metal skill
Key of C Fingerstyle Ending Lead Country skill
Kiss Me in the Moonlight Lead Rock skill
Le Gato Lead Rock skill
Legato Training #1 Lead Rock skill
Legato Training #2 Lead Rock skill
Lick with Dominant Chords Lead Blues skill
Lively Blues/Rock Lick Lead Blues skill
Long Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Long ii V I Lick Lead Jazz skill
Long ii-V-I in G Major Lead Jazz skill
Long ii-V-I Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
Low Bend Country Lick Lead Country skill
Low G Bend Lick Lead Country skill
Major 3rd Arpeggio Transposition Lick Lead Metal skill
Major Pentatonic Nashville Lick Lead Country skill
Major Sounding Blues Ending Lick Lead Blues skill
Mellow Blues Riff Rhythm Blues skill
Melodic Rock Lick Part 1 Lead Rock skill
Melodic Rock Lick Part 2 Lead Rock skill
Melodic Rock Lick Part 3 Lead Rock skill
Melodic Rock Lick Part 4 Lead Rock skill
Memphis Style Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Minor Pentatonic Rock Lead Rock skill
Mixolydian Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Mixolydian Country Lick Lead Country skill
Monster Tapping Lick Lead Rock skill
Muted Delay Flurry Lead Rock skill
Old Time Blues Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Old Time Country Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
One String Legato Lick Lead Metal skill
Open C Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Open String Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Page-inspired Lick Lead Blues skill
Pattern Based Country Lick Lead Country skill
Pattern-based Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Pentatonic Lick Lead Rock skill
Pentatonic Long ii-V-I Lick Lead Jazz skill
Pentatonic Pull-off Lick Lead Rock skill
Pentatonic Rolling 4ths Lick Lead Blues skill
Pentatonic Scale Lick Lead Blues skill
Picky On The Beat Lead Rock skill
Playing Like Carlos Lick Lead Blues skill
Position Sliding Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Pull-off Rock Lead Rock skill
Rhythmic Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Rockin' 12 Bar Blues in E Rhythm Blues skill
Rockin' Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Scratchy Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Short 10th Position Lick Lead Blues skill
Short Blues or Rock Lick Lead Blues skill
Short ii V I Lick Lead Jazz skill
Short Mixolydian Lick Lead Blues skill
Short Staccato Lick Lead Blues skill
Simple Cmaj7 Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
Simple Cmaj7 Lick Lead Jazz skill
Simple Sweeping Jazz Lick Lead Jazz skill
Single Measure Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Sixth Interval Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Slide Away Lead Rock skill
Slide Mimicking Lick Lead Blues skill
Slipping and Sliding Lead Rock skill
Small and Tasty Waterfalls Lead Rock skill
Smooth Funky Blues Lead Blues skill
Smooth, Very Smooth Lead Rock skill
Soulful B Minor Lick Lead Blues skill
Soulful Blues Lead Blues skill
Steel Guitar Style Lead Country skill
Stretching Whole Tone and Diminished Lead Metal skill
Sweep it Up, Hammer-on Home Lead Rock skill
Sweeping Jazz Lick in B Lead Jazz skill
Sweeping Lick in B Minor Lead Metal skill
Syncopated Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Take a Little Break Lead Rock skill
The Double Tap Lead Rock skill
The Note to Replace the Note Lead Rock skill
The Revolving Door Lead Rock skill
Thumb Independence Fingerstyle Lick Rhythm Country skill
Transposable Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Traveling a Great Distance Lead Rock skill
Tricky Blues Lick Lead Blues skill
Two Bar Cmaj7 Lick Rhythm Jazz skill
Two Chords over One Lead Rock skill
Two Fingers Are Better Than One Lead Rock skill
Two Measure Cmaj7 Lick Lead Jazz skill
Two Patterns and Lots of Notes Lead Rock skill
Two Phrase Bluesgrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Unison Bend Blues Lead Blues skill
Unison Bends Lead Blues skill
Unison Bends Lick Lead Blues skill
Using Open Strings in Dominant Chords Rhythm Country skill
Vai Some Time Lead Rock skill
Versatile Bluegrass Lick Lead Bluegrass skill
Walk Down Lick Lead Blues skill
Wearing a Kilt Lead Rock skill
Western Swing Lick Lead Country skill

Custom Progress Reports

As you will continually find with our service and website, learning is in your hands. No other feature exemplifies this more than our customized Progress Reports. Unique to JamPlay.com, this feature allows you to update, monitor, and build your own reports for your progression through our lessons.

Progress Reports

Custom Progress Reporting

At JamPlay, we give you the ability to monitor your own progress for any lesson! If you watch one of our lessons and feel as though you understand around half of it, mark your progress at 50%. This adds the lesson to your customized Progress Report, and gives you an incredible ability to document what you need to work on, and where you left off.

Progressive Bookmarks

Progressive Bookmarking

With thousands of lessons at your fingertips, JamPlay can be a touch intimidating to a first-time user. With Progressive Bookmarking, we give you the ability to systematically bookmark sections of any lessons you are working on to quickly access later. After all, what is the point of all this content if it isn't easy to use?

Note Taking

Save Your Notes

JamPlay also gives you the ability to leave notes for yourself on any lesson. Just like in any educational system, taking your own notes while learning gives you the ability to highlight the instruction that is important to you. Leave your notes, and we store them in our database for you to reference each and everytime you come back to the lesson.

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