Are You Tired Of Guitar Lessons That Are Way Over Your Head?
You get your lessons only to find out that you either can’t understand the terminology, or you simply can’t play it, no matter how hard you try.
It’s frustrating! I should know. Students kept contacting me looking for a solution, so I took a cold hard look at things and realized that there wasn’t anything out there like that.
That’s why I’ve created a program called “Total Beginner Guitar”.
It’s designed to help you finally make progress on the guitar. See, most training programs skip over some of the critical bits. These programs assume that you already know these “basics”, so if you don’t already know them you’re in real trouble!
This course is all things guitar. From A to Z. It’s just taught in a way that doesn’t assume you know everything already or skip over the important parts.
These tutorials won’t preach down to you or assume that you know everything.
Instead, they will present you with the critical information that you need and help you develop the skills in order to excel on the guitar.
Whether you’re a total beginner or an intermediate player looking to touch upon their skills, this is the program for you!
It will be a fun and rewarding program. You won’t get bored or look for excuses to avoid the lessons. Instead, you’ll come back on a regular basis to improve your guitar skills and knowledge. That’s a guarantee.
Topics That Matter
Let’s face it: you want something that you can sink your teeth into. Not a bunch of lessons of stuff you can’t possibly play at this point in your guitar learning journey. “Total Beginner Guitar” sticks to the topics that are the most important such as:
- Core Terminology: Don’t you hate it when you’re taking lessons and you constantly come across terms that you don’t understand? Music is filled with specific terminology that flies over the head of most students. Many instructors will assume that you already understand, but you don’t! How can you truly expect to achieve results if you can’t fully understand the terminology? With Beginner Workshop you’ll learn all about these key terms and learn in a way that you’ll never forget them.
- Names Of Notes: Here’s something that a lot of people figure that they can skip over, but it comes up and bites them in the butt later. It’s like a painter who doesn’t know the names of the colors or how they mix. Poor fella won’t know what to ask for when he goes to the paint store! Beginner Workshop makes learning the names of the notes on your guitar painless and effortless.
- Crucial Music Reading Skills: Have you ever looked at a piece of music and wondered what all those funny symbols and notes mean? I’ll introduce you to the key concepts to understanding music notation. Now, you shouldn’t expect a detailed music theory course, but you can expect to discover what you need to know about music notation in a fun and engaging way.
- Strumming: You’ll discover how to keep time, how to play to a beat, and how to play strumming patterns for a multitude of songs and genres of music. You’ll improve your rhythm and timing and learn how to keep from dragging or rushing a song.
Over 100 Lessons And Growing
- Dot Inlays
- Practice Tips
- Naming The Strings
- How To Read Guitar Tab
- How To Hold A Guitar
- How To Use A Pick
- Tuning Tips
- How To Fret A Guitar
- The Notes On The Fretboard
- Parts Of An Acoustic Guitar
- Parts Of The Guitar
- Tune Your Guitar
- Zen And The Art Of Chord Changing
- Changing Chords
- How To Read A Chord Diagram
- Basic Guitar Chords: Five Essential Shapes
- 20 Commonly Used Open Chords
- The Easy F Chord
- Guitar Power Chords Tutorial
- Power Chords
- Barre Chords
- Popular Barre Chords
- Lesson One: Strumming Whole Notes
- Lesson Two: Strumming Half Notes
- Lesson Three: Combining Half And Whole Notes
- Lesson Four: Strumming Quarter Notes
- Lesson Five: More Quarter Note Strumming
- Lesson Six: Combing Quarter, Half, and Whole Notes
- Lesson Seven: Strumming Eighth Notes
- Lesson Eight: Strumming Straight Eighth Notes
- Lesson Nine: Quick Chord Changes
- Natural and Artificial Guitar Harmonics
- String Bending Basics
- Guitar Slides: The Beginner’s Guide
- Guitar Tapping Basics
- How To Perform Trills
- Half-Step Guitar Bend
- Honky Tonk Bend No. 2
- Common Unison Bends
- Pre-Bend: Example Lick
- Picking Gradual Bends
- Bends With Light And Heavy Vibrato
- Gradual Bend
- Legato Exercise 1
- Half-Step Bend
- Honky Tonk Combo
- Hybrid Picking
- Pre-Bend And Release
- Full And Half Step Bends
- Full Step Bend
- Unison Bend And Release
- Pick Slide
- Palm Mute
- Bend And Release With Light And Heavy Vibrato
- 1 1/2 Step Bend
- Alternate Picking
- Bend, Release, And Pull-Off
- Tapping Examples
- A Crash Course In Lead Guitar
- Using Scales
- The Major Scale
- How To Read A Scale Diagram
- Pentatonic Scales
- Best Friend’s Girl by The Cars
- Breaking The Law by Judas Priest
- Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf
- China Grove by The Doobie Brothers
- Cocaine by Eric Clapton
- Hair Of The Dog by Nazareth
- Smoke On The Water by Deep Purple
- Don’t Fear The Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult
- Slow Ride by Foghat
- Dirty Deeds (Done Dirt Cheap) by ACDC
- Midnight Rider by The Allman Brothers Band
- Rockin’ Into The Night by 38 Special
- Day Tripper by The Beatles
- Sunshine Of Your Love- Cream
- La Grange- Main Riff
- Best Friend’s Girl- The Cars
- Fire by Jimi Hendrix
- Imagine- Chet Atkins
- Leyenda- Isaac Albéniz
- A Horse With No Name- America
- All Right Now by Free
- Blister In The Sun- Violent Femmes
- Beverly Hills by Weezer
- Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne
- Bang Your Head by Quiet Riot
- Free Fallin’ by Tom Petty
- Tom Sawyer by Rush
- Hurt by Johnny Cash
- Wham by Lonnie Mack
- Come Together by The Beatles
- Burning For You by Blue Oyster Cult
- Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton
- Easy Does It – Jam Session
- Intervals Part 1
- Alternate Picking And String Switching (Group Session Video)
Easy Guitar Chord and Lyric Songbook
Download The Zip File (Includes 50 Songs)
- Time Signatures
- The 12 Notes In Western Music
- Key Signatures
- Note Values
- Music Term Glossary
- Hearing The Difference Between Major & Minor Chords
More Beginner Lessons
- Strumming To A Beat
- Alternate Picking
- Basic Rhythmic Notation
- Absolute Basics Of Reading Music & Tab Notation
- Parts Of An Acoustic Guitar
- Writing Songs With G, C, and D Chords
- The Beginner’s Warm Up
- Straight Eighth Note Strumming (Rock)
- A History Of Guitar Picks
- All About Dot Inlays
- Fretboard Flash Cards
Bonuses: Act immediately and receive the following bonuses
Since I know it’s 100% to your benefit to act right away, I want to sweeten the pot and give you every possible reason to say YES today! If you respond immediately, you’ll also receive the following:
1. “Christmas Guitarist”
It’s that time of year again, and Christmas music has already begun to fill the air. Didn’t you always want to play pretty Christmas music on your guitar?
This Year, It’s YOUR Turn To Add To The Holiday Cheer!
There’s nothing like sitting around the fire with your family or loved ones, playing beautiful acoustic songs. Songs that just give you that warm fuzzy feeling. You know that feeling, right?
That’s why we’ve created “Christmas Guitarist”.
Learn how to play these traditional holiday songs:
- Deck The Halls
- Silent Night
- The First Noel
- We Wish You A Merry Christmas
- White Christmas
- And More
2. “E-Z Guitar Collection”
This collection contains 50 easy-to-learn songs. Each song can be downloaded to your computer where you can print it out.
A Horse With No Name – America
Leaving On A Jet Plane – John Denver
For What It’s Worth – Buffalo Springfield
Rockstar – Nickelback
Pumped Up Kicks – Foster The People
Bad Moon Rising – CCR
What I Got – Sublime
Rockin’ In The Free World – Neil Young
Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) – Green Day
Heroes – David Bowie
Wild Thing – The Troggs
Twist And Shout – The Beatles
Working Class Hero – John Lennon
I Want To Hold Your Hand – The Beatles
Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
Walk Of Life – Dire Straits
And Many More!
3.”Big Book Of Power Chords” Ebook
Power chords are synonymous with the guitar and are a staple of popular music. With power chords, you can “fake” through just about any song.
This e-book will show you everything there is to know about power chords and how you can use them to play songs.
- All the common variations
- How to play them anywhere on the guitar
- How to play top power chord riffs
- How to use them to ‘strum’ through any song
By the way, these bonuses are yours to keep even in the unlikely event you decide to take advantage of our ironclad money-back guarantee:
You can’t lose with our 100%, ironclad, money-back guarantee
Your satisfaction is assured through our no-risk, you-can’t-lose, 100%, no-questions-asked, iron-clad money-back guarantee. If for any reason, you aren’t thrilled and satisfied with Total Beginner Guitar, just contact us within 60 days and we’ll refund 100% of your purchase price. No hard feelings. Ever!
What I’m saying is, don’t decide now if this product is for you. Just get it and try it out. If it doesn’t do everything I say and more, if you don’t save money, time and frustration, if it isn’t life-changing, if it doesn’t work for you, you have nothing to worry about because you can get every dime of your money back under our no-loopholes guarantee. So you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Because we provide personal instruction there’s a limit to the number of members we can accept. If you’re not thrilled with what you’re getting, we would rather refund your money and open your spot up to someone else. There’s absolutely no risk.
Total Beginner Guitar LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP IS ONLY 9.00
Just click add to cart to secure your lifetime membership today.
Much to your success,
P.S. You need to take action today if you want results tomorrow!