For a list of jazz guitarists and jazz guitarists web sites, go to the Guitarists article. For a list of useful web applications for guitarists, see the Guitar gadgets article.

Online Guitar Lessons & online jazz guitar education

Guitar Lessons at Guitar Made

  • Jimmy Bruno Guitar Institute (JBGI) - is possibly the best interactive and practical jazz guitar education online. Your teacher and guide as you progress will be the world renowned jazz guitarist Jimmy Bruno himself! Students submit a videos of their assignments, and Jimmy Bruno analyzes and comments on the students playing. JBGI is a gold mine for aspiring jazz guitarists. Editors choice! ★★★★★
  • Beginner: Chris Standring's Guitar Made Simple - a comprehensive beginner to intermediate home study guitar course.
  • Chris Standring's Play What You Hear - a comprehensive interactive home study jazz guitar course by Chris Standring.
  • Robert Conti Jazz Guitar Learning Resources. Intermediate to advanced level self study lessons. You'll learn to play chordmelody and improvise solos in the style of Robert Conti. Contis thinking on chord voicings and block harmonizing songs should be very interesting to guitarists that want to know the magic tricks of solo guitar chord melody playing.

*WorkshopLive - Great resource with over 50 professional teachers in all popular styles - styles: rock, blues, acoustic, fingerstyle, country, slide, jazz guitar. The site contains 2,200 lessons featuring 16,000 videos with notation, tab and chord charts and diagrams. Students gets access to everything. A good place to start for absolute beginner, beginners and intermediate guitarists. Good for learning songs too.

Learn to play jazz guitar

See beginners_lessons

Jazz Guitar Education


Great Jazz Guitar Sites

  • Classic Jazz Guitar by Mike Kremer. Info site with biographies and discographies for some of the greatest jazz guitar players.

Jazz Guitar Magazines

Great jazz sites for standards and tunes

Internet Radio and Podcasts

Funny guitar designs

  • 42 String Guitar - Four necks. Two sound holes. 42 strings. Two access doors; one on the upper player's side and one at the tail block. Created by luthier Linda Manzer for guitarist Pat Metheny, the instrument took 2 years to build, and when the 42 strings are strung up to high tension, the Pikasso is under approximately 1000 lbs pressure.
  • The Tritare is a Y-shaped guitar-like instrument, custom made by Claude Gauthier and Samuel Gaudet. The strings twist through three necks (Spinal Tap, eat your heart out), all of which project from the body of the instrument at different angles. When strummed, the result is a “network” of vibrations that yields a sound somewhere between that of a regular guitar and a gong.