Beginner Guitar Lessons (Grade 2)
Are you ready to lift your beginner guitar game? In Grade 2 of my beginner system we learn a whole bunch of new chords; some super cool ones, some super fun ones... and F ;) We're going to learn a load of new strumming patterns and approaches to rhythm and ways to get your playing sounding better in every way.
Because of the virus and lockdown things are moving a bit slower - my daughter is home obviously and I have less time to work and it's harder to coordinate my assistants who are all under other pressures too. I am aiming for lessons to come out every 2/3 weeks, the lessons are fuller and for many people that should be about the right amount of time for each one!
Nitsuj is soldering on through Grade 2 now and his progress is helping Justin make the course as good as it can be. It does mean sometimes that he does slightly different things than suggested in your course, because he's the guinea pig who tests this stuff first :)
Please remember that these lessons are 'free' but supported by your donations, so if you are digging them, please consider making a donation!
Lesson 8: Stuck 3&4 Wish
This is a super fun module with some not so obvious but cool things going on too, things that will help a whole lot in the next lesson... This lesson will cover: ...
Lesson 9: F in this Chili riff!
I promise that they didn't call it the F chord for nothin! This lesson we get our first taste of the F chord. Some of you will find it easy, but most will be like m...
Lesson 10: Weak G Bamba
Hi-dee-ho my friends Hope you are enjoying the course so far and are having fun with your F Chord :) Plenty more fun stuff coming up. This lesson we're going to ...
Lesson 11: Sus Fingerstyle
In Lesson 11 of the JustinGuitar Beginner’s Course, we’re going to be delving into sus chords, finger style, and song writing.
Nitsuj, my left-handed counterpart, is back to tackle Grade 2 of my Beginner’s Course - because of all the virus stuff - things are taking a bit longer and he's finding it harder to make time to practice - so the lessons are likely to be 3 weeks apart - but more time fo you to practice! :)