1) Parts of a guitar: ( @0:52 )

Body - bottom half of the guitar that holds the bridge

Neck - top half of the guitar, including the fretboard and headstock

Headstock - very top of the guitar where the strings are anchored

Tuning Heads - small knobs on the headstock that allow you to tune the strings

Nut - small pice of plastic at the top of the guitar where the strings rest on

Bridge - holds up the strings on the body of a guitar

Pick Ups - on the body of the guitar, send note played on the guitar to the amplifier

Frets - vertical spaces on the guitar where notes are played

Fretboard - top part of the guitar where notes are played ( strings are pressed down )

Volume and Tone Knobs - on the body of the guitar, control the volume and tone levels, from 1 to 10

Toggle Switch - on the body of an electric guitar, a switch that controles which pick-ups are used

2)TUNING A GUITAR ( @2:56 )

1st string = E
2nd string = B
3rd string = G
4th string = D
5th string = A
6th string = E

3)TABS ( @9:06 )

Tabs ( or 'tablature' ) is a method of writing down the notes played a guitar. The horiztal lines represent the individual strings. Most often tabs are written as:

E---bottom string ( thinnest string )
B---1--- = 2nd string, 1st fret
G------3-- = 3rd string, 3rd fret
D---------0-- = 4th string, played open ( no frets )
A-------------6-- = 5th string, 6th fret
E---top string ( thickest string )

The numbers represent the fret where a note is played. Tabs also include symbols, such as:

b = bending string
h = hammer on
p = pull off note
T = fingertapping note 
/ = slide up to note
\ = slide down to note
~ = vibrato note

4) Guitar Picks ( @12:26 ) - the different types of guitar picks discussed
5) Major Scale: C ( @15:10 )
   Minor Scale: Am ( @16:03 )

   Happy Birthday ( @17:02 )


6) Chords - two or more notes played at the same time: ( @19:12 )

        C      D     Dm      E

        Em     F      G     A     Am      Bb

7) Warming Up - how to prepare to play guitar properly before playing 
  ( @23:09 )

8) Rock/Blues Scale (@25:52):
   E------------------------------------0--3-- (  @26:53 )

   Riffs to play:
    #1) @27:37              #2) @28:13 

     #3) @28:54

9) Chord Progression - a series of chords played that make up a song
   ( @29:30 )
   #1) C / / / Am / / / F / / / G / / /

   Popular songs that use the 'C Am F G' chord progression:
   1) Blue Moon  2) Duke of Earl  3) D'yer Maker  4) The Thin Ice ( Pink    Floyd )  5) One Fine Day  6) Put Your Head On My Shoulder  7) Wonderful World  8) All I Have To Do Is Dream  9) Donna  10) Lollipop   11) Earth Angel  12) This Boy  13) Stand By Me 

   12 Bar Blues:  ( @31:23 )
    G  G  G  G  C  C  G  G  D  D  G  G
   Popular songs that use the 12 bar blues format:
   1) Rock Around the Clock  2) Tutti Fruiti  3) Hound Dog  4 ) Can't Buy Me Love  5) Folsom Prison Blues  6) In the Summertime  7) Pride and Joy   8) Crossroads  9) 409  10) Barbara Ann  11) Rockin Robin  12) Johnny B. Goode 
   13) Goin Up the Country 14) Little Red Rooster

10) Stumming Patterns: Various strumming patterns shown how to play, creating many types of rhythms (@32:58)

11) Hammer on's and Pull Offs (@35:50):

Hammer on - playing a note by hitting it down hard enough on the fretboard without having to use a pick
Pull off - playing a note by pulling off a finger on the fretboard after playing a note with a pick

12) Notes on the Guitar (@39:00)   

1st string:

      E  F  G  A   B  C  D    E

2nd string:

      B  C  D  E  F   G  A    B
3rd string:

      G  A  B  C  D  E   F    G

4th string:

      D  E  F  G   A  B  C     D

5th string:

      A  B  C  D  E  F   G    A

6th string:

      E  F  G  A  B   C  D    E

13) Up and Down Picking - shown on various scales on the guitar @43:16

14) Fingerpicking - how to play notes with fingers instead of a guitar     pick @47:18

   T = thunb  I = index finger  M = middle finger
   R = ring finger  p = pinky finger