Focuses on open right hand technique using universally accepted principles to achieve a balanced and safe technique while providing repertoire choices and stylistic options.
An introduction to several scales in open position. Scale sounds introduced are major, minor, pentatonic, minor pentatonic, blues and harmonic minor.
We will take the scale sounds learned in the Beginner Scales course and start to connect those scales across the guitar fretboard.
Triads are the foundation of all chordal understanding and an essential study to move beyond chord pictures and onto seeing the guitar as a polyphonic instrument capable of infinite possibilities.
This course is a quick introduction to Arpeggios for the intermediate to advanced guitar players that may not have been introduced to the idea of arpeggios yet.
For the intermediate guitar player that wants to begin to improvising and soling over different chord sounds. Arpeggios will open up a new world of possibilities.
A step by step journey through breaking down chords into single note lines while never losing the chordal origin of the arpeggio. Ideal for the improvising guitarist in any style.
Introduces the possibilities for alternate tunings as strong alternatives to standard tuning and chord voicings.
While the modes are a lengthy subject, this course will give you a quick introduction and overview of the modes.
The bVII Major chord is one of the most commonly used non diatonic chords in a variety of styles, most notably classic rock. This course introduces you to the bVII Major chord in several keys as well as it’s sound.