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I’ve been playing acoustic guitar for years & still am! But, I am putting in the time this year to work on my electric guitar skills. This is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time & I’m finally going for it.

I definitely have a lot to learn & a lot of practice ahead of me, but I am so motivated & excited to see where this goes! (I almost feel like a beginner guitarist again, haha.) It’s never to late to start something new. 🙂

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Hey! My name is Michelle and I go by the persona “Guitar Goddess.” Easier to remember, right? I teach beginner/intermediate guitar lessons here on YouTube because I have a passion for both music and for helping people. My goal is to inspire & motivate people like YOU all over the world to reach their guitar goals and push through the struggles without giving up. Subscribe to become a part of the Guitar Goddess Community!

To me Guitar Goddess does NOT mean “I’m the best guitarist out there.” To me, the meaning of Guitar Goddess is on a much deeper and interconnected level. Guitar Goddess is that indescribable feeling I get whenever I play my guitar. I feel beautiful, confident & positive. It’s unlike anything else. I feel like it’s something other guitarists can relate to. Guitar Goddess does not define my skills or my playing style and I don’t think the name I chose is un-deserving in any way. In my opinion, every female guitarist should be able to call herself a Guitar Goddess no matter what style of music she plays or how experienced she is. It’s not about skill. It’s about the passion.


Jason Bancroft says:

I love that someone who uploads tutorials is prepared to publicly show learning guitar themselves. Massive thumbs up to you, GG! Keep it up, I'm keen to see your progress. Best of luck!

dani lynn says:

Does anyone know what kinda of electric guitar this is?

donknekong says:

Alternate pick from the beginning

Juancho Ignacho Huerta xdd says:

freebird. yes. make sure you learn it

BOSSK The Trandoshan says:

I think the electric Is way easier

Alerted Outcast says:

A huge difference with acoustic and electric (me having starting out on acoustic) there are more power chords on electric than on acoustic. You can also turn off the clean effect to get a more acoustic sound.

Ben Wong says:

For rock, set your gain about 12 or 1 o'clock, Metal stuff around 3. When you practicing, make sure you learn a lick you like, practice with a metronome from slow to fast, and go back and forward (e.g 70 bpm- 90bpm 80-100) , that way your hands will be more stable. For tone, we each have our own, so find yours, keep it rockin good luck

Luis Jimenez says:

I used that Roland Cube in High school. Good stuff haha

William G. Bryant says:

Number 1, get a strap

Michael Orona says:

Palm muting helps a lot when playing on an electric, and using the blues scale for me is the main foundation for soloing

Davideo Jockey says:

oh girl you are in for a hard chewing treat…

Eddie Ferrazzi says:

The term you were looking for is “bowed”. It needed “relief” adjustment. It’s common and that’s what the truss rod does. Acoustics work the same way, in that aspect anyway.

Jd Forney says:

Well it's been a year so hopefully your better now. Lol

Jd Forney says:

Well it's been a year sdi hopefully your better now. Lol

Trevor Graham Welch says:

Last week I bought a Celebrity Applause Ovation, With Quilted Maple ? Top . Excellent Guitar and Amazing Plugged In . CE48P-TGE

Noah Miller says:

All I see if you wanna learn electric would is alternate picking! So to get better at that latterly hit your E string up and down! Then sinc your fingers together with one another! That’s all I would say as a tip! You can learn all the technic you won’t which is COOL but just learn your basics like I recommend learning 12 bar blues and everyone will think your a god guitarist lol! I really hope this help! 🙂

Mike Dyn says:

U can adjust my trust rod

DischargedTV says:

If you wanna play thunderstruck fast you should not just pick but also work with pull offs


I'm a electric guitar player and I only play to what I'm comfortable playing with. I'm a rock player so I use a lot of volume, gain, crunch, reverb and delay. Remember play what your comfortable to.

Christopher Lock says:

Looking forward to watching your journey, I can tell you're going to have lots of fun 🙂

Jacob Devine says:

sit in a chair, not on the floor. that will help a lot. practice standing with a strap also. when picking a single string, remember to play upstrokes as well as down

ogg says:

10 on all amp settings

Trevor Graham Welch says:

I had the same Roland Cube 30 amp , Very Good. I bought an Eric Clapton Stratocaster and a 1965 Fender All Tube Reverb Deluxe And a Uni Vibe And OCD pedal . Yngwie Malmsteen Is Proud Of You . Excellent Video . Yes I Struggle Too , I Guess I’m a Slow Learner .

Ofbaserion says:

Why does your bass-guitar have 2 extra strings?

Vannit Yumlembam666 says:

Been playing acoustic for 5 years and switching to electric is another whole level of playing guitar… It's a bit easier but the switches and amp set up is quite confusing but practice2 and you will rocking in no time… The most common thing said by guitarist?

Jack Miller says:

Also a whammy bar is not a good idea for a first electric guitar

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