The Bite-Size Guitar Podcast is a short and to-the-point podcast for all guitarists.
This podcast aims to give guitarists of all skill levels useful advice and suggestions in the shortest time possible. Instead of sitting through long intros, sponsored messages, or irrelevant rambling, these bite-sized episodes will give you something practical you can immediately work on with your guitar.
What to expect from the Bite-Size Guitar Podcast:
- Short 5-15 minute episodes every week
- Straight to-the-point discussion without any sponsors, ads, long intros, or rambling
- Actionable advice and ideas you can immediately use
- Links to useful resources, guides, and lessons
Subscribe to the podcast using your favorite podcast app (search for ‘Bite Size Guitar’) and if you find the podcast helpful, please leave a review.
Ask a Question
You can ask any question you have about learning guitar, questions about a past episode, or general guitar advice and I’ll answer your question in the podcast.
Use your Android/PC/Mac (iOS doesn’t work) to record your question below and send it to me to be included in a future episode.
Tips for asking a question for the podcast:
- Introduce yourself at the start (eg: Hi, I’m Aaron from Australia …)
- Try to record in a quiet environment to avoid background noise
- You have up to 90 seconds to record, so take your time providing any details you want
If you want to send me a question in text instead of voice, you can send it here.
For each podcast episode, there is a dedicated page filled with links to useful resources and guides.
Check out the resources for each episode below. Here are the latest episodes:
These two tips will help you learn guitar on your own more effectively. Avoid getting stuck or burning out by keeping these two tips in mind.
Find out what guitar plugins are, why you might want to try them out, and how to get started. This episode gives you a brief look at guitar plugins.
Find out how to properly deal with criticism you will get as a guitarist about your playing or your music. Everybody gets criticized at some point, so learn how to deal with it here.
Try out four challenges that will improve your sense of melody and rhythm. These challenges will also help build your confidence and freedom over the fretboard.
Find out the main reasons why people quit guitar so you can avoid burning out and falling for the same traps. Even experienced guitarists can burn out, so make sure it doesn’t happen to you.
This episode sets a challenge to help you develop your creativity and songwriting skills. Try out the Cover Song Challenge and see how it changes the way you think about and play music.
Find out why you might want to learn another instrument and how it can help you grow as a guitarist in this short podcast.
There’s one thing you should work on to become a better guitarist and this episode will help you figure out what that one thing is.
This episode looks at the 10,000 hour rule and why you should ignore it when practicing guitar. Even if you want to become an elite-level guitarist, the 10,000 hour rule isn’t what you should aim for.
Find out how the type of guitar you play shapes your playing style and changes you as a guitarist. Even small differences in hardware and setup can change your playing style.