Guitar Sessions – January 2024

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A new year is upon us, and we will start this new year with a great collection of songs for you to add to your guitar repertoire. From Creedence Clearwater to Lynyrd Skynyrd, and everything in between, you have a solid song list by famous songwriters ahead of you this month.

You are going to learn baby chords, and several different licks including a boogie lick, a bass run lick, and a CLASSIC lick that you can use in many different styles of music. Mixed on top of that are pentatonic scales, quick-change chord exercises, hammer-ons and pull-offs, and much more!

Each exercise will help you to build these songs together piece by piece so that by the end of the week you are confidently and successfully playing a full song from start to finish. I’m excited to hear how you do! 

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Comments on Guitar Sessions – January 2024

  1. Christine says:

    Big thanks Tomas! Brown Eyed Girl (a lovely choice of music) has been my first guitar session with you, and a rich, interesting and satisfying learning curve, neatly timed for me to get over disillusionment and see some happy improvement, especially in strumming, recognising patterns and starting to get a thinking sense of changing finger placement much more easily. I’m even beginning to enjoy using the tabs and seeing how the lick works at least – and look forward to continuing to work on this the future. πŸ™‚

    1. Tomas says:

      Hi Jerry. It starts the first Monday of every month.

  2. Jerry says:

    Great week of learning. Thanks very much. My biggest weakness is switching chord fast and efficiently. Hands just are not as coordinated as I would like.

    1. Kevin says:

      I’m working on fingerstyle journeys and 3/4 speed can be a godsend to just get things all working together right. Playing the chords on Brown eyed Girl that way, too.

      That first part of it, the Playing a New Game lick I need about 1/100 speed for that. It’s a real work in progress.

      Maybe by the next time it comes around. At least I have a guitar with a cutout.

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