Check out the official Guitar Ramble YouTube Channel for videos from the NAMM Show, gear reviews, and more.
Here are a few other channels we like and recommend:
Tom is a well-known fusion sensation on YouTube. Interesting fact: he tunes his guitars in 4ths through all 6 strings (E A D G C F).
Rick is one of the most versatile guitarists out there; he is classically trained and can shred like he was born to do so. He also has great education material on his personal website.
Ben Eller is a great player with a quirky and entertaining guitar channel.
Cracking the Code is one of the best series, if not THE best, on YouTube explaining picking technique, and Troy is the man behind the project.
Pete has a long history of playing around the world with many great artists. His channel features excellent gear reviews and informative demos.
GuitarWorld Magazine voted Tim Pierce as one of the Top 10 Session Guitarists.
Morten’s channel offers jazz lessons with high quality videos and interesting musical topics.
Jen’s does a good job of explaining the theory behind many great jazz standards and jazz improvisation. The theory can be a little advanced, so it will help to have a decent music theory background already.
I would be somewhat foolish not to include my own channel in this list. Please check out my videos and subscribe.
This is NOT just for bass players. I share Adam’s channel with many of my students. He covers a great deal of musical topics and he is incredibly well researched.
Scott’s Bass Lessons
Scott has a large following of bass players thanks to his well organized lessons and high quality videos.