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COURSE OVERVIEW

We have over 100 exercises - from finger placement and learning how to read tablature all the way up to advanced techniques like hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides.

Introduction

Introduction

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A note to all beginners

What sort of guitar player are you?

Chapter 1

Guitar Tablature - What It Is and How to Use It

Exercise #1 - Open String Tablature Exercise

Exercise #2 - Barred String Tablature Exercise

Exercise #3 - Multi-String Tablature Exercise

Start Finger Independence

Exercise #4 - Two Finger Independence Exercise 1

Exercise #5 - Two Finger Independence Exercise 2

Exercise #6 - Two Finger Independence Exercise 3

Don't Hurt Yourself

Exercise #7 - Two Finger Independence Exercise 4

Exercise #8 - Two Finger Independence Exercise 5

Exercise #9 - Two Finger Independence Exercise 6

Alternate vs. Economy Picking

Exercise #10 - Three Finger Independence Exercise 1

Exercise #11 - Three Finger Independence Exercise 2

Exercise #12 - Three Finger Independence Exercise 3

Exercise #13 - Three Finger Independence Exercise 4

Exercise #14 - The Four Finger Independence Exercise

The Art of Practice

Exercise #15 - The Spider

Exercise #16 - The Reverse Spider

Exercise #17 - The Confusing Spider

Exercise #18 - Finger Strength 1

Exercise #19 - Finger Strength 2 - Variations

Exercise #20 - Finger Strength 3 - Extended Finger Pairs

Exercise #21 - Finger Stretch 1

Exercise #22 - Finger Stretch 2 - Variations

Exercise #23 - Finger Stretch 3 - Extended Finger Pairs

Technical Exercises Conclusion

Chapter 2

Let’s Play Some Melodies

Exercise #24 - Happy Birthday Melody

Exercise #25 - Old McDonald Had a Farm Melody

Exercise #26 - Jingle Bells Chorus Melody

Exercise #27 - Beautiful Brown Eyes Melody

Exercise #28 - Aura Lea Melody

Exercise #29 - Amazing Grace Melody

Chapter 3

Let’s Play Some Chords

Things to Look Out For

Chord Progressions - Let’s Join Those Chords Together!

Mastering the Shift

Exercise #30 - Chord Progression 1

Exercise #31 - Slide into It 1 - E to D to E

Exercise #32 - Slide into It 2 - D to A to D

Exercise #33 - Slide into It 3 - A to D to E to D to A

Chapter 4

Getting Rhythmic with Time Signatures

How to Hold a Pick and Strumming

Exercise #34 - Rhythm Pattern 1 - 3/4

Exercise #35 - Rhythm Pattern 2 - 3/4

Exercise #36 - Rhythm Pattern 3 - 4/4

Exercise #37 - Rhythm Pattern 4 - 4/4

Exercise #38 - Rhythm Pattern 5 - 4/4

Exercise #39 - Rhythm Pattern 6 - 4/4

Exercise #40 - Rhythm Pattern 7 - 4/4

Exercise #41 - Rhythm Pattern 8 - 4/4

Exercise #42 - Rhythm Pattern 9 - 4/4

Exercise #43 - Rhythm Pattern 10 - 4/4

Exercise #44 - Chord Progression 1

Exercise #45 - Chord Progression 2

Exercise #46 - Chord Progression 3

Exercise #47 - Chord Progression 4

Exercise #48 - Chord Progression 5

Chapter 5

Let’s Learn Some More Open Chords!

Exercise #49 - Chord Progression 6

Exercise #50 - Chord Progression 7

Minor Chords

Exercise #51 - Chord Progression 8

Exercise #52 - Chord Progression 9

Exercise #53 - Chord Progression 10

Exercise #54 - Chord Progression 11

Dominant Seventh Chords

Exercise #55 - Chord Progression 12

Exercise #56 - Chord Progression 13

Chapter 6

Let’s Scale Things Up

Exercise #57 - A Major Scale - Root Position, One Octave

Exercise #58 - C Major Scale - Root Position, One Octave

Exercise #59 - D Major Scale - Root Position, One Octave

Exercise #60 - E Major Scale - Root Position, Two Octaves

Exercise #61 - G Major Scale - Root Position, Two Octaves

Movable Major Patterns

Exercise #62 - G Major Scale - Position 1

Exercise #63 - G Major Scale - Position 2

Exercise #64 - G Major Scale - Position 3

Exercise #65 - G Major Scale - Position 4

Exercise #66 - G Major Scale - Position 5

Exercise #67 - G Major Scale - Position 6

Exercise #68 - G Major Scale - Position 7

Exercise #69 - G Major Scale - Position 1 - Higher Octave

What if you want to play in another Key?

Breaking Them Up: The Magic of Fragment Patterns

Exercise #70 - G Major Scale Fragment Pattern 1 - 1-2-3

Exercise #71 - G Major Scale Fragment Pattern 1 Reverse - 3-2-1

Exercise #72 - G Major Scale Fragment Pattern 2 - 3-2-1 / 1-2-3

Exercise #73 - G Major Scale Fragment Pattern 3 - 1-2-3-4 / 4-3-2-1

Hammer-ons, Pull-offs and Slides

Exercise #74 - A Major Scale 1st Position Hammer-On Exercise

Exercise #75 - A Major Scale 1st Position Pull-Off Exercise

Exercise #76 - Combining Hammer-ons and Pull-offs

Exercise #77 - Hammering with the Little Finger

Exercise #78 - Pull-offs with the Little Finger

Exercise #79 - Further Up the Neck Combination

Exercise #80 - Taking It Further - Three Note Hammer-ons and Pull-offs

Exercise #81 - G Major - D String Slide Between First and Second Positions

Exercise #82 - G Major - G String Slide Between First and Second Positions

Chapter 7

More Advanced Chords

Exercise #83 - Maj7th Chord Progression 1

Exercise #84 - Maj7th Chord Progression 2

Exercise #85 - Min7th Chord Progression 1

Exercise #86 - Maj7th Chord Progression 3

Exercise #87 - Maj7th Chord Progression 4

Exercise #88 - Jazz Maj7th and Min7th Chord Progression 1

Exercise #89 - Jazz Maj7th and Min7th Chord Progression 2

Exercise #90 - Jazz Maj7th and Min7th Chord Progression 3

Chapter 8

Let’s End with Some Songs!

Exercise #91 - Chord Progression 1 - 4/4

Exercise #92 - Chord Progression 2 - 4/4

Exercise #93 - Chord Progression 3 - 4/4

Exercise #94 - Chord Progression 4 - 4/4

Exercise #95 - Chord Progression 5 - 4/4

Exercise #96 - Chord Progression 6 - 4/4

Exercise #97 - Chord Progression 7 - 4/4

Exercise #98 - Chord Progression 8 - 4/4

Exercise #99 - Chord Progression 9 - 4/4

Exercise #100 - Chord Progression 10 - 6/8

This Is the End, Beautiful Friend

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  • A simplified way to read guitar tablature
  • A step-by-step approach to master complete finger independence
  • The secret method of getting rhythmic with time signatures

10 MIN PRACTICE REGIME

  • 10 easy and popular melodies and chord progressions
  • Popular song references - for certain exercises
  • Visual references to help you nail all the methods and techniques
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