When I started my TikTok account I had no idea that #guitartok would be a thing. I started the account because I wasn’t sure if TikTok would blow up and I wanted to be on the platform if and when it did blow up.
Well, it did blow up, and in a massive way. For me it has been a place to post short lessons without having to worry about all the production techniques needed to post a good YouTube video. In short, I like it because I didn’t feel the need for perfection which is a big barrier in many different platforms.
Here is the thing, there are awesome guitar lessons and guitar teachers on TikTok. The cost of entry is literally a phone and $45 dollar ring light.
As a guitar student you can find tons of cool and short guitar lessons on TikTok. Now, it’s up to you as a student to save them and actually practice what the teacher taught in the lesson.
The bottom line is, if you love guitar and cool guitar lessons, you should get a TikTok and start following some of your favorite #guitartok teachers. No one said you had to post anything, that’s totally up to you. I honestly think there are some great guitar teachers and guitar players on TikTok and you should consider checking them out. BTW you should definitely consider checking out my TikTok and give it a follow for some great lessons.
Here is a short list of some of my favorite guitar lesson accounts on TikTok.
- Summit Guitar School, of course
- Tucker Mckee, this guy is just an all around nice dude and has great lessons on TikTok!
- John Mayer, yes, this rockstar posts lessons from time to time!
- Gregs Guitars, this guy gives you the run down how to build, set up, and maintenance guitars on the daily.
- Intermediate Level Guitar, this account has a really unique way of teaching you songs. As the name suggests, it’s mostly for intermediate level players.
- Strattyplays, is a great account for learning chord based songs and he always includes chord diagrams.
That should be enough to get you started. Once you follow a few of these the TikTok algorithm will take over for you!
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