You might be stuck with the same licks that you play over and over, and you're looking for new inspirations. Then is the right course for you! I searched my archives to teach you a wide selection of classic and obscure licks and phrases. We will start pretty simple, but you'll learn also some advanced licks and concepts.
The biggest mistake that most guitarists make while trying to learn new techniques on the guitar is getting caught up with a bunch of different exercises that do not make any musical sense, and practicing them for hours every day, ending up learning nothing. Yes, you can achieve speed and smoothness after such a long love affair with these exercises, but when you try to play something musical after that, your fingers just suddenly pause because the obvious question that arises is, where do I go next?
So here is a course that will solve that question for you, by helping you master these techniques with the help of some really great musical ideas that you can use in your own songs and solos while improving the melodic nature of your playing as well.
Meet the teacher
*Music degree at California College of Music;
*Teaching since 2010;
*More than 2 million views on youtube;
Feel free to send me any questions you might have about this course. I want to make your learning experience the best that it can be.
Thanks for taking the time to look at this course. I look forward to seeing you on the inside and teaching you the beginner steps on how to become a better guitar player.
Take action now. Every moment you delay enrolling is valuable time and lots of joy with the guitar lost - enroll today - click top right!
WARNING: This course is NOT for the person who thinks by purchasing this course will then magically give them all your guitar skills to you without you having to put the time, effort, and practice. It does take practice if you want to see results. :)
Step1: Choose 4 guitar licks. Practice carefully.
Step2: Open a youtube backing track in any key (G, Am, C, D are the easiest ones).
Step3: Improvise melodies and play the 4 guitar licks.
Step4: Copy the 3 first notes of each guitar lick and change the last part of the lick, improvising with scales.