Courses

  • 8 Lessons

    0-Beginner Guitar Intro

    In this intro for those getting started, you’ll get valuable tips to help you learn the guitar as smoothly as possible. We’ll go on to some of the fundamentals including learning The Parts of a Guitar, the Guitar String Names, How to Hold a Guitar, How to Tune a Guitar and How to Use a Pick.
  • 22 Lessons

    1-Beginner’s Journey | 1st Adventure

    Let’s start off with simple chords. This will help you practice getting your fingers in the right place to make clear sounding notes. Then we’ll practice switching from one chord to another smoothly. Finally, we’ll apply everything to playing along with the band (Jam Tracks) where you’ll learn to play in time and have fun doing it.
  • 22 Lessons

    2-Beginner’s Journey | 2nd Adventure

    Time to learn tablature! Along with learning to read tablature, you’ll be working on a critical element of music… Melody. As a side benefit, you’ll continue working on getting your fingers in the right place and making beautiful sounding notes. All this will pay off tremendously in the next adventure.
  • 21 Lessons

    3-Beginner’s Journey | 3rd Adventure

    Here you’ll learn the Magnificent Five open guitar chords. We’ll apply them directly to songs and give you tips on switching smoothly and quickly. With a little practice, the Magnificent Five will provide a foundation for everything to come.
  • 27 Lessons

    4-Beginner’s Journey | 4th Adventure

    In this Adventure, we will focus on expanding your chord vocabulary. You’ll learn new Major and minor chords, new ways to play them, and even some tips and tricks for changing chords quickly.
  • 28 Lessons

    5-Beginner’s Journey | 5th Adventure

    Now we move on to new chords, new chord patterns, and some practical guitar theory thrown in the mix. Most importantly you’ll learn the most useful chords in the 5 most used keys for guitar.
  • 41 Lessons

    6-Beginner’s Journey | 6th Adventure – Strumming And Rhythm

    It's time to integrate strumming, rhythm, and changing chords.  Along the way, you’ll develop a rock-solid sense of rhythm and a repertoire of strum patterns.