Beginner Guitar Course Level 3

Beginner Guitar Course – Level 3

This module will be fun. With this module, we will start implementing barre chords into our practice sessions. Don’t worry, it will be a very gentle introduction. The goal is to just start working on these shapes.

Beginner Level
18 lessons
134 minutes of video lessons

We will also learn a few very cool sounding guitar chords and strummings. We will work on some arpeggios and play a very nice sounding guitar solo with our Master Session. As usual we will practice 2 hand synchronisation exercises. There is also a new concept – WORKOUT. We will work on your picking technique with the backing track. Lets start!

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Module 1Beginner Guitar Course - Level 3
Unit 1Am7 and Em7 - cool alternative to minor chords
Unit 2Fmaj7 - great sounding chord
Unit 3Am7 Em7 Fmaj7 - dreamy sounding chord progression
Unit 4Hand synchronisation exercise
Unit 5AV PRESENTATION - Hand synchronisation exercise
Unit 6Transitional chord - G/Gb
Unit 7A new arpeggio - some picking hand tips
Unit 8MASTER SESSION 1
Unit 9AV PRESENTATION - Guitar Solo - Master session 1
Unit 10Some advice on how to work with Master Sessions
Unit 11WORKOUT - Individual alternate string picking
Unit 12Chromatic scale diagonal exercise
Unit 13AV PRESENTATION - Chromatic scale diagonal exercise
Unit 14F major - lets have some fun with barre chords!
Unit 15How to practice the F barre chord
Unit 16MASTER SESSION 2
Unit 17AV Presentation - How to read strumming patterns from tablature
Unit 18Final words - share your achievements!
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