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Single Lessons 2,232
Tutorials 404
Song Tutorials 102
Backing Tracks 318
MEDIA
All Media 2,232
Video 1,820
Audio 364
Text 48
DIFFICULTY
All Levels 2,232
Beginner 410
Intermediate 1,016
Advanced 734
Crazy! 72
TOPIC
All Topics 2,232
Chords 167
Cool Riffs 586
Effects 15
Exercises 179
Improvising 217
Recording 51
Reference 84
Rhythm 141
Scales 159
Technique 520
Theory 113
STYLE
All Styles 2,232
Acoustic 68
Any Style 731
Blues 94
Classical 36
Country 29
Funk 53
Fusion 268
Holiday 34
Jazz 64
Latin 22
Metal 374
Rock 459
INSTRUCTOR
All Instructors 2,232
Steve Hubbard 107
Richard Lundmark 307
Chris Feener 231
Sean Conklin 452
Rick Graham 210
Martin Miller 43
Tom Quayle 164
Al Joseph 245
Mike Salow 195
Nick Granville 14
David Soltany 13
Travis Montgomery 32
Mike Edwin 69
Jody Mac 22
Robert Mussatti 91
Pavel Denisjuk 37
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Lesson Search Help

Infinite Guitar's Lesson Search is a powerful search tool that helps you find the lessons you want, fast. It allows you to view instant, real-time information on all the lessons in our database. Each time you view the Lesson Search, by default it will display our most recent lessons at the top. Sometimes this default list will be all you need if you're simply wanting to browse our most recent lessons. However, if you're looking for lessons related to specific topics, difficulty levels, styles, etc., this is where the power of the Lesson Search comes into play.

Just like a Search Engine

While the Lesson Search allows you to make highly detailed searches, it's important to keep in mind that you can also use it just like a basic search engine. For example, let's say you're looking for lessons related to alternate picking. Simply locate the "Keywords" box and type "alternate picking", then press enter or click the "Find Lessons" button. You will then see all the lessons in Infinite Guitar's database that reference alternate picking. Whether you're looking for lessons related to specific concepts, artists, or techniques, the keyword box will help you find them.

Six Category Boxes

The Lesson Search has six boxes with the following categories: Search Type, Media, Difficulty, Topic, Style, and Instructor. The Search Type box is where you can select the format type of your search, and the other five boxes represent categories that have various lesson attributes to choose from. Every lesson on Infinite Guitar is assigned a single attribute from each of these categories.

Real-Time Data

When you look inside the six category boxes, you'll notice that every attribute has a number next to it. This number represents how many lessons on Infinite Guitar have that particular attribute. When you begin selecting attributes within the categories, you'll notice that all the numbers in the Lesson Search start changing in real-time. No matter what you select or how many selections you make, the numbers will always reflect how many lessons exist within your overall selection. Being able to see these totals and how they change in real-time allows you to have instant insight into the contents of our lesson library.

Search Examples

Let's go over some search examples so we can understand how the general process works.

"I want to browse beginner lessons in the style of rock." 1. In the "Difficulty" category box, select Beginner.
2. In the "Style" category box, select Rock.
3. Click the "Find Lessons" button.

"I want to browse backing tracks in the style of funk by Richard Lundmark." 1. In the "Search Type" category box, select Backing Tracks.
2. In the "Style" category box, select Funk.
3. In the "Instructor" category box, select Richard Lundmark.
4. Click the "Find Lessons" button.

"I want to browse intermediate tutorials on scales." 1. In the "Search Type" category box, select Tutorials.
2. In the "Difficulty" category box, select Intermediate.
3. In the "Topic" category box, select Scales.
4. Click the "Find Lessons" button.

"I want to browse intermediate lessons on technique in the style of metal by Sean Conklin." 1. In the "Difficulty" category box, select Intermediate.
2. In the "Topic" category box, select Technique.
3. In the "Style" category box, select Metal.
4. In the "Instructor" category box, select Sean Conklin.
5. Click the "Find Lessons" button.

"I want to browse the most popular lessons on improvising in the style of fusion." 1. In the "Topic" category box, select Improvising.
2. In the "Style" category box, select Fusion.
3. In the "Sort by" drop-down menu, select Most Popular.
4. Click the "Find Lessons" button.

"I want to browse beginner lessons that reference finger tapping." 1. In the "Difficulty" category box, select Beginner.
2. In the "Keywords" box, type finger tapping.
3. Click the "Find Lessons" button.

"I want to browse only audio lessons." 1. In the "Media" category box, select Audio.
2. Click the "Find Lessons" button.

Still have questions about the Lesson Search? Contact us anytime.

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