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Top YouTube Channels For Every Guitarist

The cool, the wild and the gruffly - what is your favorite style?

The list of best YouTube resources for guitarists in 2022.

Please, let me know if I missed your top channel.

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Aleksej Orel
23rd January 2022 in music
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  • Rhett Shull
  • Tom Strahle
  • The-Art-of-Guitar
  • Darrell Braun Guitar
  • Rachelf
  • Elmo Karjalainen
  • intheblues
  • Guitar MAX
  • Agufish
  • samuraiguitarist
  • Paul Davids
  • Lucas Imbiriba
  • Music is Win
  • Marty Music
  • Acoustic Life
  • Artyom Yepanyeshnikow
  • Good Guitarist
  • YourGuitarSage
  • All Guitar Network
  • Justin Johnson
  • Guitareo
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