10 Guitar Courses In All!… Here’s What’s Included:
1. 5-Minute Drills
I know how it is. You have a busy life. Stuff happens and you never seem to find the time to pick up that guitar, dust off the strings, and put in some practice time.
Even when you DO find the time you only end up playing the same old things over and over. Over time your playing may become stagnant. You get discouraged. Heck, you may even stop playing altogether.
Well, I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be that way! That’s because I’ve invented a program that will change your perception of the instrument, introduce you to new guitar concepts, and provide you with fun, new, and interesting things to play and practice on the guitar.
The best part? It only takes 5 minutes of your time.
I call this new program “5 Minute Drills” and it’s sure to revolutionize the way you learn and play guitar forever. Just spend 5 minutes with the program a few times a week and you’ll recharge your ability and find yourself again inspired.
2. The Best Of “Unplugged”
- Learn to strum and sing “unplugged” versions of 20 popular songs
- 40 video lessons that show you how to play the songs in detail
- Strumming patterns explained in full
- Complete chords and lyrics included
- After Midnight by J.J. Cale
- Breathe by Pink Floyd
- Can’t You See by Marshall Tucker Band
- Free Fallin’ by Tom Petty
- Get Back by The Beatles
- Got My Mojo Working by Muddy Waters
- I Shall Be Released by Bob Dylan
- Into The Mystic by Van Morrison
- Mary Jane’s Last Dance by Tom Petty
- Over 20 in all!
3. Campfire Coach
Grab that acoustic guitar and get ready to take over your next campfire get-together. Everyone will sing along when you play these PERFECT songs for the campfire.
- Redemption Song by Bob Marley
- The Weight by The Band
- This Land Is Your Land by Woody Guthrie
- A Horse With No Name by America
- Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival
- Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door by Bob Dylan
- Hotel California by Eagles
- Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison
- (Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay by Otis Redding
4. Chord Progressions 101
“Chord Progressions 101” is for all guitarists. It contains the information you need if you’re serious about your music. It’s for those of you who strum and it’s for those of you who shred away on artful arpeggios.
Simply, Chord Progressions 101 reveals to you the core elements and fundamentals of how chords work and how to apply them to your everyday playing. It will expose this to you on a level that the layman guitarist can understand. No, you don’t need to be a genius to understand these concepts. “Chords Progressions 101” is your key to creating great chord progressions and understanding what makes chord progressions tick.
I’ll provide you with the hands-on resources that will drill into your mind the key concepts presented in the course (plus plenty of playable examples). You’ll discover:
- How to substitute chords. Have you ever wanted to “jazz up” your boring chord progressions? Well, here’s your chance!
- Critical chords that you are probably not using right now- and it’s your playing that suffers!
- The special relationship between the tonic and relative minor chords. This is one of the most commonly used progressions in music!
- Special chords that have been used in popular music for hundreds of years, but when it comes to the guitar are often overlooked (your loss)!
- How to play chords anywhere and everywhere on the neck- bust out of your rut and vastly expand your chord vocabulary!
5. Guitar Scale Coach
With this course, you’ll increase your playing speed while learning some of the critical scales for guitar. The lessons become progressively faster and by the end of the course, you’ll be blazing up and down the scales.
- Complete tab included
- Speeds range from 60 beats per minute to 132 beats per minute
- Guaranteed a great workout!
6. Super Slash Chords
Let’s pretend that you’ve got an audition coming up in a couple of days for a hip new band looking for a guitar player. The band gives you some sheet music with the band’s songs on it so you can get a little practice in before the big day.
The time comes for practice and you’re all set. With guitar in hand, you set out to learn the songs only to find, to your horror, weird chords with slashes. It’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen. It must be some of that music theory stuff you keep hearing about. You curse yourself for not paying closer attention in music class…
You see chords with names like C/G or C/E.
What’s going to happen if you show up for your audition and you still don’t know what the heck they are? Sure, you can always try to fake it, but which chord or which side of the slash are you going to play? It’s a nightmare!
“Super Slash Chords” is a course that will show you how to play and use these types of chords.
7. Fingerstyle Rock
Some of the very best rock artists used fingerstyle guitar in some of their very best songs. We’re talking titan acts such as The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd. And where would the musical landscape be without songs such as Dust In The Wind and Yesterday?
Fingerstyle brought out the best in them and now it can bring out the best in you!
With “Fingerstyle Rock” I’ll reveal to you how to play some of the very best fingerstyle rock guitar songs.
With these lessons, you’ll dive deep into the songs through the tab, images, and multiple training videos for each song, and everything totally explained. Each lesson will include a PDF download with all the tabs and music for each song. These lessons are as in-depth as you can get.
The following songs are included:
- Landslide- Fleetwood Mac
- Dust In The Wind- Kansas
- Blackbird- The Beatles
- Dee- Randy Rhoads
- Goodbye Blue Sky- Pink Floyd
- Yesterday- The Beatles
- Stairway To Heaven- Led Zeppelin
- Silent Lucidity- Queensryche
- And more!
8. The Blues Jam Survival Guide
Imagine yourself at your local blues jam. The jam leader calls you up on stage. You plug your guitar in and get ready to roll. The band starts in and there comes your cue. It’s time to show the world what you can do! Wouldn’t you love to walk into this situation with total confidence?
- 12 blues jam tracks in all 12 major keys
- Play along with slow, upbeat, and shuffle blues tracks
- Jam tracks use only real instruments (no midi)
- Burn tracks to create your own blues jam CD
- Detailed video lessons on how to play in each key
- The complete tab for the scales that you can use to play with for each key
9. 3 Chord Songs: GCD
I want to introduce to you a special course that will show songs that you can start playing and signing today – no matter your skill level – using only 3 chords. You don’t have to be a musical genius, guitar master, or the next great singer to play them. You just need to know 3 chords!
It’s called, simply, “3 Chord Songs: GCD” and it’s a sure-fire way to get into the game.
You’ll be able to be a “one-man act” and play the song all on your own with no help from anyone, or you’ll be able to play them with others, either as a duo or even a band setting.
You’ll also receive the following lessons:
G, C, and D Chord Basics: This one is for you newbies! Learn how to play our three chords, discover how to change from chord to chord fast and how to strum the chords properly. This lesson contains everything you need to know in order to get started with our songs.
Writing Songs With G, C, and D: You can use these tips to create your own masterpiece songs using just the G, C, and D chords. You’ll discover how to start a song off on the right foot, how to create tension, and how to provide a resolution. You’ll also learn how to create a resounding verse, a memorable chorus and how to create a bridge or interlude when needed.
Playing G, C, and D With Barre Chords: Don’t get stuck in the open position! Use these chord forms to play G, C, and D chords elsewhere. Why would you want to do this? I’ll give you several great reasons why in the lesson. Don’t miss this one!
Blues Progressions Using G, C, and D: Use the G, C, and D chords to play the blues. Here’s how to turn these basic chords into a full blues jam.
Unlocking I, IV, V: What are all the fancy Roman numerals about? They’re an excellent way of keeping track of chords in a particular key signature. This knowledge is essential for learning the true nature of songs and can help you to create your own pieces. It’s easy to understand, too!
Adding The Relative Minor: If you were going to add a 4th chord to a song, 9 times out of 10 it would be this one. I’ll also show you additional songs that use this 4th chord, including Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison and Redemption Song by Bob Marley.
Other Chords In The G Family: With this lesson, you’ll finally get the full picture. All of these chords might not be used in one single song, but it’s handy to be aware of them.
Put A Capo On It: Here’s how to use a capo to change the songs in our collection to a key that may be more suitable for your voice. Most people can’t sing every song in every key well, so the use of a capo can drastically improve your performance.
10. Top Classic Rock Riffs
Learn how to play some of the best classic rock riffs with these detailed video lessons. Accurate note-for-note tab and traditional notation are included for each song.
- Alright Now by Free
- Back In Black by ACDC
- Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne
- Ain’t Talkin’ Bout Love by Van Halen
- Another One Bites The Dust by Queen
- Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf
- Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix
- Sharp Dressed Man by ZZ Top
- Slow Ride by Foghat
- Sunshine Of Your Love by Cream
- The Ocean by Led Zeppelin
- Walk This Way by Aerosmith
- Over 25 in all!
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