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Guitar Instructors and Lessons on YouTube Channels Grow in Popularity

Due to the countless information, YouTube can provide to its users, it’s become very popular. You can opt for tutorial videos on virtually any topic you want to know.

Now, guitar videos is getting more popular as it brings real information to the table in the form of videos, in which marketers state to be the future of content marketing. This tells us that videos will be crucial in the future of education.

As such, I’ve made sure to tackle this topic by providing you with the most popular YouTube channels that involve guitar instructors and guitar lessons which you may visit to hone your skills with the guitar through technical information and practical application.

Guitar Lessons

When we talk about guitar lessons, the first thing that comes to mind is the publisher with the actual name “Guitar Lessons”. This YouTube channel is perhaps the most organized channel you’ll find on YouTube with consistent overlays and the topics clearly displayed.

This channel is managed by Nate Savage and he really organizes his videos from beginner courses to the more advanced stuff. He also provides you with the option to skip all the unnecessary stuff.

Guitar Jamz


Guitar Jamz is the most popular YouTube channel right now with over 1.5 million YouTube subscribers. This channel is created by Marty and he’s been nurturing his channel for many years now.

There is much stuff you can find in his channel including beginner courses teaching the basics. He also demonstrates his lessons in a slow manner to help beginners really get into it. You’ll also find him mimicking other guitarists’ playing style.

JAMPLAY


Jamplay is another organized YouTube channel that also includes beginners’ lessons and also advanced courses. It is very highly praised by guitar review websites like GuitarFella. Jamplay prides itself with how they explain to their audience how popular songs or styles are made and played to the last fret.

There are a number of teachers on this channel so you might find it hard to cope with each of their styles.

Justin Guitar


This YouTube channel prides itself from the fifteen years of experience a guitarist had undergone. This only makes it easier for you to notice how the publisher can understand the troubles of a normal guitarist and that’s why he gives beginners courses an enthusiastic vibe, while he’s a bit stricter when making expert courses.

Rock on Good People


It’s worth noting that this YouTube channel has a website called Next Level Guitar, and that’s why they direct people to their website. This is also why you may find much stuff you can buy related to guitars.

But don’t get me wrong because they also provide valuable free videos including the basics, techniques, and other lessons.

There are many guitar pieces that end up being too tricky for you to master. Fortunately, these YouTube channels provide a more comprehensive and easier way to master these pieces.

You’ll also find that it’s easier to learn by watching a video rather than reading heaps of plain text.

Open post Radio Stations Providing Song Hits Receive Help from YouTube - Radio Stations Providing Song Hits Receive Help from YouTube

Radio Stations Providing Song Hits Receive Help from YouTube

As you may already have heard, there’s a decreasing use of AM and FM radios. And you surely also know that YouTube is a platform where artists can freely use to create content and upload their music and get publicized.

This gives these radio stations an opportunity to be “on-air” and that’s what’s currently happening as radio stations are receiving help from musicians and artists with YouTube channels.

As prominent figures in the music industry show up in these stations through YouTube, the radio industry is growing in popularity and reaching more and more people.

To give you a better idea of how it’s affecting radio stations, here are some of the top radio FM channels that you can listen to in YouTube for quality music.

BBC Radio 1


BBC Radio 1 is the top radio FM channel on YouTube with more than 1.4 billion viewership. It is a British radio station managed by the British Broadcasting Corporation, which BBC stands for, but it streams internationally and which is why it became this popular.

The station started in 1967 and since then helped many legendary figures in the music industry reach out to many music lovers.

Breakfast Club Power 105.1 FM


The Breakfast Club is based in New York City ad it is hosted by Angela Yee, Charlamagne Tha God, and DJ Envy. Their uploads in YouTube mostly consists of 30-minute interviews talking about gossips, with some involving the most popular song hits.

Capital FM


Capital FM is based in London and you can consider it as the smallest-scaled radio station in this list, as it is only broadcasting regionally. Despite their small geographical scale, they have a reach of over 8.1 million people every single week as they broadcast commercial music hits.

NPR Music


NPR Music stands for National Public Radio, an American-funded project launched in November 2007 with the goal of presenting public radio music programming to their citizens.

They reached an average of at least 1 million viewership after 10 years and is now rapidly growing since they won an Emmy in 2011.

Power 106 Los Angeles


Power 106 Los Angeles is a commercial radio station and they specialize in hip-hop culture and music. This is also why they’ve been the leading radio station in this category.

They are also known for fishing out hidden talent from the streets while encouraging other YouTube novices to grow in popularity.

TimWestwoodTV


TimWestwoodTV features, of course, Tim Westwood, an English DJ and a presenter of radio stations such as BBC Radio. You’ll see in his YouTube channel well-known hip-hop artists like Kid Cudi, Migos, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and many more as they started their career.

These are the six radio stations that made it clear that YouTube can and will always be an option for passionate musicians and artist to reach more people and grow in popularity with their talents.

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