WELCOME TO GITGUITAR!
If you are new to GitGuitar, we are glad to see you here. Take some times to look around the website. You may find something you like. If you have any questions about the site feel free to contact us through our contact form above. We will be glad to clarify any material that you need help with or just say hello and have a friendly chat. We are looking forward to getting to know you and we hope to see you around.
Navigating The Website
At the top of the page there is a menu with all the main sections of the website. If you wish to return to this page at anytime you can press the homepage.
Our blog is filled with great lessons about guitar and music. On the right side of our blog is a list of different categories that may interest you. You can choose which categories you want to read about. Some of our categories are beginner – advanced guitar lessons, guitar repairs, guitar gear and more. If you would like to keep up to date with our blog you can subscribe on the blog page. At the bottom of each blog post you will find a comment box. Feel free to leave your opinions, questions, or anything you would like to say.
We have added a Metronome to the website to help you practice. A metronome is beneficial to practicing any musical instrument. Feel free to utilize this tool to augment your learning to the fullest.
Finally we have a contact section. If you wish to contact us for any reason you can use this form. You can use this to clarify any material on our site, or to just say hello. We would love to hear from you!
About The Owner
The owner of GitGuitar.com has taught private guitar lessons since 2003. He has always cared about sharing his knowledge and providing the best education possible. He has also done his fair share of playing. He was in his first band at the age of 3 playing saxophone. Truth be told he was just making noise. Many years later he got his first guitar in 2002 and his career took off. He has played with big name gospel singers such as Russ Taff and the Blackwood Brothers, as well ass well known jazz artists like Matt Harris. He is currently a Jazz Studies major in college. He has studied under some jazz guitar legends and he gigs around town.