3 Intermediate Modules
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Once you have completed your foundation lessons it's time to get into some more courses to solidify your knowledge and get more style specific if you want to. Don't be in a hurry to 'get through' stuff, take your time and enjoy the journey and absorb as much of the info as you can.
Better to fully absorb a little knowledge, than gloss over a lot of different stuff.
I think these first 2 modules are real important no matter what styles you want to - you need to know how to practice effectively and you (almost) certainly need to know The Minor Pentatonic, String Bends and other techniques you'll learn in Essential Blues Lead Guitar. Note I've graded Effective Practice as Green because you could do it at anytime after Beginner grades.
One of the most common questions I get asked, especially in private lessons is "what should I practice?". Well in this area I want to give you some hints and ideas abo...
Blues Lead 1: Essential
Starting your journey into Blues guitar is great fun! Blues is a language and learning to communicate and it's very easy to learn the basics and get 'talking' right aw...
Once you're confident with the lessons above you can get more style specific and choose ones that interest you! I've put them into order of difficulty, well as best I can because everyone is different, so up to you to decide which interest you!
Blues Rhythm 1
This Blues Rhythm Guitar Course is an "Intermediate Module" which will cover all the basic tools you need to play Blues Rhythm Guitar in a few styles. Each lesson cont...
Welcome to The Funk Guitar Course! In this first module, we're going to be exploring all the essential techniques, chords, rhythms and grooves you need to start playin...
In this Folk Fingerstyle Module I hope to give you all the tools you need to go forth and explore fingerstyle guitar (using fingers to pick out notes individually rath...
Blues Lead 2: All Over
Welcome to All Over Blues Lead Guitar, the second Blues Lead module where we expand our Minor Pentatonic Scales to cover the whole fingerboard! It's important that you...
Getting Into Jazz
If you want to start exploring jazz you need to start real easy, learn the basic chords and some standards (songs) and then a little about the harmonic concepts used in jazz. I strongly suggest that you have passed at least JGTR Theory Grade 6 before getting into Jazz!
Jazz Introduction & Basics
These lessons are really basic and you will need to know all of this if you are going to start playing jazz. I'm assuming that many of you will be coming from blues...
Jazz Standards are songs that are often used as vehicles for improvisation. If you get into playing jazz it is expected that you will learn many songs, especially if y...