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Strumming School


  • Over 120 video lessons
  • Complete core strumming course
  • Detailed strum and sing lessons on 30+ songs
  • Ebooks galore!
  • 500+ chord and lyric library
  • All files are located on a professional tier 1 USB Flash Drive (opens on any computer)
  • Ships worldwide. Free shipping in the U.S.
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Jam Packed! Here’s What’s Included:

1. Core Strumming Lesson Series

You’ll discover over 25 video lessons in the core strumming series with the complete tab included.

I’ve designed these lessons to help make you a confident strummer. You’ll improve your timing, chord knowledge, and learn a lot about rhythm. You’ll want to work through each lesson one at a time in chronological order. We’ll be diving into some fairly deep waters towards the end of this core strumming lesson play, but don’t worry because I’ll explain everything in detail as we go along.

I’ve included everything you’ll need in order to work through the lessons. Nobody said playing guitar would be easy, so please don’t get discouraged at any point. Take your time and go step-by-step. Stop and spend extra time on the things that you find particularly difficult. I’ve heard all of the excuses. “I’ve got no rhythm”, “My fingers won’t go there”, “I’m tone deaf”, or “My fingers hurt”. None of this is true (except your fingers will hurt). You DO have rhythm, everybody has rhythm, and I’ll prove it to you.

2. “Strumming School” Ebook Series

This series of 16 mini-ebooks will help you to expand your strumming skills as well as increase your knowledge of chords, music theory, and advanced concepts. You’ll discover new things that will help you become not only a better strummer but a better musician:

  • Strumming School – Intro To Rhythm
  • Strumming School – Chord Voicings Chart
  • Strumming School – Time Signatures
  • Strumming School –  Altered Bass Notes
  • Strumming School –  Altered Bass Notes Cont’d.
  • Strumming School – Amending Chords
  • Strumming School –  Chord Fragments and Families
  • Strumming School – Chord Phrasings and Progressions
  • Strumming School – Circle of 5ths
  • Strumming School – DAF Formation
  • Strumming School –  I-IV-V
  • Strumming School – Moving Keys
  • Strumming School – Progression II
  • Strumming School – Transposing With A Capo
  • Strumming School – Capo In Action Supplement
  • Strumming School – Muting Notes

3. Detailed Strum And Sing Video Lessons

The idea of these lessons is to teach you how to strum and sing popular songs primarily as a one-man band type of situation (but they can work in a duo or band, too). With that said, they are not note-for-note renditions, but simplified versions that just follow the chords. I’ll show you exactly how to perform them with chord and lyric sheets. You’ll learn the strumming patterns and how to sing and play them at the same time.

Here are the songs I’ll show you:

  • Act Naturally by The Beatles
  • Already Gone by Eagles
  • Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison
  • Can’t You See by Marshall Tucker Band
  • Desperado by Eagles
  • Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix
  • Into The Mystic by Van Morrison
  • Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door by Bob Dylan
  • Learning To Fly by Tom Petty
  • Peaceful Easy Feeling by Eagles
  • Refugee by Tom Petty
  • Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay by Otis Redding
  • Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Take It Easy by Eagles
  • Three Little Birds by Bob Marley
  • Twist And Shout by The Beatles
  • Who’ll Stop The Rain by CCR
  • You Ain’t Going Nowhere by Bob Dylan
  • You Can’t Always Get What You Want by The Rolling Stones
  • You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go by Bob Dylan
  • After Midnight by J.J. Cale
  • Ask Me No Questions by B.B. King
  • Before You Accuse Me by Eric Clapton
  • Blowin’ In The Wind by Bob Dylan
  • Get Back by The Beatles
  • Go My Mojo Working by Muddy Waters
  • I Shall Be Released by Bob Dylan
  • Keep Your Hands To Yourself by The Georgia Satellites
  • Long As I Can See The Light by CCR
  • Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan
  • The Sky Is Crying by Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • This Land Is Your Land by Woody Guthrie

4. 500+ Chord And Lyric Library

Whether you perform in public or for just a few friends, you need to have an arsenal of songs on command at any time, and with the Chord And Lyric Library that’s included on the Strumming Masterclass flash drive, you’ll have instant access to over 500 of the most requested songs. Not everyone wants to sit at a computer all day long, so the Chord And Lyric Library provides you with the perfect variety of songs to pick from and take with you to your next performance.

These songs are the music staples that everyone wants to hear. You can perform them on your acoustic guitar or jam them out on your electric. Our versions are instantly playable. You can play them as a solo artist or even with a band.  Each song is in text format.

There are too many songs to list here, so I a made a video that will show you the list:

5. The Strummer’s Guide To Understanding And Using Chords

This series of lessons will reveal the magic of chords to you. You’ll discover how chords work together and how to insert the perfect chords into your own music.

How Chords Are Made

Let’s learn how chords are constructed.

Chord Families

Most people might not realize it, but scales have their own built-in chord families. By using the notes from a scale we can make up 7 different chords. These chords made from the scale will work perfectly with the scale. Each chord constructed from a scale plays a different role and knowing how they interact with each other will make you a better player and songwriter.

Roman Numeral System

Here’s how and why musicians will often use the Roman numeral system to label chords.

Chord Leading

You can use chords from various keys, and you can get them to sound good, but generally, there are a few simple rules to follow. In any given key, certain chords are much better at following the previous chord than others. This article is a chord-leading reference guide that will help you understand how chords, in a given key, work together.

Diminished (vii°) And Augmented Chords (V+)

A diminished 7th chord is comprised of a diminished triad ( is a triad consisting of two minor thirds above the root) plus a double flatted 7th (same note as the 6th). Its primary use is to lead to the tonic or root note of the song.

The Dominant 7th Chord

In this lesson, we’ll discuss the dominant 7th chord and its use.

Suspended Chords

A suspended chord is a chord that creates a subtle harmonic tension by adding an extra note that sounds like it wants to resolve back to the original chord. You can hear their use in most types of music.

6. How To Play The Most Commonly Used Chords

Also included are 30 video lessons on how to play the most commonly used open chords and barre chords.


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