One of the first hurdles for beginner guitar players is being able to switch chords smoothly. Use this technique to progressively change chords faster and smoother. It starts with a video that explains the process. then you'll find a number of practice sessions for different chord changes. Try it out with a chord change that isn't as smooth as you would like it.
Supersonic Warm-ups consist of a series of my best warm-up exercises organized into three levels. Pick and choose whichever works for you. Come back often to add more variety to our warm-up routine.
Learn to play the unique style of passionate Spanish guitar made famous by the Gipsy Kings and Ottmar Liebert to name a few. Step-by-step lessons that start with the basics. Prerequisites: Basic open chords and some experience with bar chords.
This course is a continuation of the course Rumba Flamenco Spanish Guitar. You'll learn and put into practice Rumba Flamenco strums and melody techniques through a series of songs.
This "mini" course is an introduction to Rumba Flamenco... a style made famous by the Gipsy Kings, Ottmar Liebert, and Jesse Cook (to name a few). I’ve combined the basic elements of this style into a step-by-step 8 video series plus workbook. The lessons build one on the other so start from the beginning and keep the workbook handy.
This is a complete course divided into multiple sections including several exercises and a download of the complete Malagueña sheet music. Malagueña can be considered a traditional Spanish song. There are many versions. This is a version that I've arranged that will provide both an unending Spanish guitar playing challenge and fun.
Knowing your way around the guitar fretboard will open new levels of understanding and confidence. Through a series of step-by-step lessons, we’re going to leverage your time and effort by using specific patterns and exercises to help you make sense out of the guitar fretboard.
Improvising on guitar can be a lot of fun. In this course module, you’ll learn the most used scale for soloing, how to combine notes from the scale with riffs, and techniques to sound like a pro. You’ll apply what you’ve learned using the included Jam Tracks (like jamming with a band).
A lot of the fun of playing guitar is learning to play riffs and licks that you like. For a lot of guitar players, this was the reason they picked up the guitar in the first place. While learning only riffs is not the best strategy to play fluent guitar It's a great way to learn new techniques while keeping the guitar journey exciting.