Learn how
to play guitar
the easy way

Thanks to multimedia PDFs,
it's now just as easy
as it is fun to learn guitar
and make amazing progress.

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“Guitar scores with tabs, audio and video recordings, backing tracks ...
all wrapped up into the same document, so that your work is reduced to pure pleasure.”

How2Play Guitar Lessons

How2Play offers you the opportunity to download hundreds of exercises, licks, rhythms and solos - all combined into courses, each with a specific theme.

In order to facilitate your training, all the components of a course (musical scores and tabs, audios, videos, backing tracks) are integrated into the same multimedia PDF document. Thus, with a single click, you can start the video, audio recording or backing track while also keeping an eye on the score.

Following the principle “less words, more music”, How2Play guitar courses adhere to the idea of learning and progressing by playing and having fun. For this reason, music and purely musical examples form the major part in all courses, even in those which are rather technical and/or theoretical.

Furthermore, every musical application – be it lick, rhythm or solo – has its own backing track. In this way ideal conditions are created for playing the proposed example, but also personal versions contextually appropriately. The possibilities of using them are endless!

How2Play on iPhone & iPad

All How2Play guitar lessons are available separately – either as multimedia PDF version or as iOS (optimized for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) version.

Thanks to the How2Play application that can be downloaded from the AppStore, you are able to transfer onto your device the courses you’ve bought on the website in their iOS version (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) and to use them the way you use multimedia PDFs – meaning that you can access the video and audio recordings, as well as the backing tracks directly from the musical score.

“Test our How2Play guitar lessons and see for yourself
by simply downloading our free demonstration lesson!”