How to play Electric Guitar: Beginner’s Method
Have you always wanted to learn the electric guitar, but didn't know where to start? Maybe you have already tried several methods on the market, but haven't achieved the results you were hoping for. Read full description…
Have you always wanted to learn the electric guitar, but didn't know where to start? Maybe you have already tried several methods on the market, but haven't achieved the results you were hoping for.
This Beginner Electric Guitar method has been written and refined over many years and developed from real live feedback from many guitar students and teachers.
The method is gradual and progressive, focusing on one or two key concepts per lesson, whilst providing fun pieces and exercises to play through.
Each lesson is precisely focused on performing a short piece at the end of the lesson. The pieces contain many of the techniques, chord changes, and physical challenges an electric guitar player would face in the first few years of playing. By condensing these challenges down into 12 short study pieces, this guitar method becomes an ideal training ground for anyone who wants to start playing the electric guitar quickly and efficiently.
So why should you invest in this course and what should you be able to achieve by the end?
The parts of the guitar.
The string names.
How to find notes on the guitar.
How to read guitar TAB.
How to read chord boxes.
How to use a guitar Amp.
How to use a guitar tuner.
The finger per fret method.
Single string and chord playing.
A blues scale,
A minor pentatonic
A natural minor scale
A major arpeggio
E blues scale.
E natural minor scale
G pentatonic major scale
The course is divided into two sections "Getting started" and "Lessons".
Getting started: Covers everything from learning how to hold the guitar, reading Guitar Tab, using an Amp, to learning how to use a guitar tuner.
Lessons: Covers all the Chords, Scales, Exercises, and Study pieces.
The course has 20 video lectures and 12 custom backing tracks.
|Parts of the Electric guitar
|How to use a plectrum
|The finger per fret method
|How to read Guitar tab
|How to read chord boxes
|How to use a guitar tuner
|How to use an Amp
|Lessons and Studies
About the artist
Paul has been teaching guitar for over 20 years. Establishing his teaching practice in West Oxfordshire in the early 90’s, Paul has taught literally hundreds of students from beginner to advanced. Having a wealth of teaching experience to draw upon.
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