Learning guitar has never been so simple
CoachGuitar is a visual teaching concept. No music theory, no tablature, we show you step-by-step videos lessons with animated fretboard.
With CoachGuitar on your iPhone & iPad, you learn to play guitar hits wherever you are. Choose your favorite song, learn to play it !
All you need to know to learn a song is our 5-color scheme. The colored dots represent your fingers, anyone can learn how to play like a pro. No musical theory is needed.
The greatest and essential songs
Our library offers essential classic songs as well as hits of the moment. We update our library every week. Stay tuned !
Learn & Share
With CoachGuitar you can now share your evolution with your friends. You won’t be the only one noticing your progress anymore.
Connect with Facebook, unlock badges, reach new level skills, and start sharing !
- Animated colored fretboard
- HD Videos
- Left or Right handed
- Step by step lessons
- Complete version of songs
- Backing track with voice
- Slowmotion / Loop Player
- Free lessons included
Latest blog entry
March 9, 2015
Videos faster than ever !
Fellows, You may have read in blogs lately that CoachGuitar had signed a partnership with Limelight Networks (see original news here). But what exactly is the meaning of that, and above all what is the change or benefit for you ? Yeah this is definitely a benefit for you. One of Limelight Networks’ main activity is to provide data delivery of its clients, over the world. A CDN (Content Delivery Network) provides a point where you can download the content you want, close to you. So basically if you want your media being accessed with the same speed over
May 12, 2014
Your Guitar Lesson Whenever You Feel Like It
Coach Guitar On Demand! Without a doubt, the beauty of the Coach Guitar app is that it takes advantage of the most advanced technology of its time via e-learning. There’s no need to take the subway or bus to class or drive your car to your guitar lesson; you can learn any time you want, whenever you feel inspired, when you have a free moment…it’s up to you. Launch Coach Guitar and start learning; it couldn’t be more simple. Whether you’re tackling the classic, folk or electric guitar, the app sets off in motion with a different lesson, one or
April 21, 2014
Learn How To Play The Guitar Without Tabs
Immediate Access When you begin to explore all that Coach Guitar has to offer, you will soon realize that the lessons take place within a detailed video format, with different areas on the screen representing what you will need to reproduce: what chords or notes to be played on one hand and how to strum rhythms or how to pick on the other hand. You’ll also see where you’re fingers should be precisely placed. You can then practice everything you’ve learned in order to play the songs you have chosen yourself. At some point soon thereafter, you will be able
April 19, 2014
Get Familiar With Individual Notes on the Guitar Neck
Many people learn the guitar casually and off the cuff from friends and family but it doesn’t hurt to officially learn scales and notes. This knowledge can really come in handy as you progress and later on depending on the circumstances. Not only will you be able to play melodies, you will also be able to figure out the chords to those melodies, and the variations of positioning of those notes and chords. If you know at least the lowest two strings of the guitar, the notes E and the A, you’ll be able to play the same notes at
April 16, 2014
What Kind of Guitar Should You Choose?
When you begin your adventures with guitar playing, you must first focus your attention on one thing: the guitar! Depending on the type of music you plan on primarily playing, you will need to choose between an acoustic guitar or an electric one. Once you make your decision, you will then need to choose the kind of strings for your new guitar: nylon strings or steel strings. The Classical Guitar – Nylon Strings The classical guitar is equipped with nylon strings, in general, and is less painful on the fingers compared to steel strings on a folk guitar. Barred chords