This course is packed full of information on the fundamentals of guitar playing as seen in western rock and pop music. In the course there’s almost 4 hours’ worth of video content, with plenty of downloadable TABS, chord charts and reference materials.
Note that this course is aimed mostly at beginners who are looking to move from playing the basic open chord chapes to playing further up the guitar neck by learning barre chords, adding 7ths etc. We’ll learn to understand how these chords work individually and how they can be used together to create songs.
In this course we have scales, chords, arpeggios and lots of information on how they work. There’s a strong focus here on developing a terminology that can be used to understand what it is that we’re actually playing. This essentially allows us to learn a new language that can be used when communicating with other musicians. As well as improving your guitar skills, you’ll also improve your musician skills.
This course was created and designed as part of a Masters Degree university project, with the goal of being used as both a blended learning tool that can be used alongside 1-1 private tuition and as a course that can be worked through independent of instructor input. The content itself has been put together in a format that has been tried and tested by myself as an instructor through use in over teacher 10 years of 1-1 guitar tuition. When working as a professional musician, this is the kind of stuff that lays the groundwork what I tend to use most often.
Although there is a structure to the course, the way you use it doesn’t necessarily need to have a beginning or an end and it can be worked through in any order you like. It is to be used as bank of resources that can be accessed if and when needed.
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