Beginner Guitar Course – Level 4

We will start this module with the fingerpicking technique. I have waited with this for a long time, because I wanted you to have some experience with the chords and chord changes.

Beginner Level
20 lessons
121 minutes of video lessons

I will walk you through all of the aspects of fingerpicking: placing the thumb, and fingers and so on. As usual, I will share a lot of tips and tricks that will help you master this module. I have recorded a very cool backing track that we will use in the first Master session. As a bonus, there is also a a solo part recorded so that you may try to play over the master session.

In the second part of this module, we will practice some two-hand synchronisation exercises and there is also a workout that will improve the technical aspects of your playing. We will finish with another master session, but this time, we are going to use the barre chord F for the first time. You learned this F chord in the previous module, so now it is the time to apply it. I have designed this master session in a way that should be relatively easy to play.

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Module 1Beginner Guitar Course - Level 4 
Unit 1Some inspiration to kick things up
Unit 2The basics of fingerpicking
Unit 3Fingerpicking with the chords D - Dmaj7 - D7
Unit 4Hand synchronisation exercise
Unit 5AV PRESENTATION - Hand Synchronisation
Unit 6Don’t forget to practice your barre chords!
Unit 7Thumb moving exercise
Unit 8A few words about fingers vs nails
Unit 9MASTER SESSION 1
Unit 10Some practicing tips
Unit 11AV PRESENTATION - Verse & Chorus - Master session 1
Unit 12AV PRESENTATION – Lead part – Master session 1
Unit 13A few words about the chords and their names
Unit 14AV PRESENTATION - The chords and their names
Unit 15QUIZ - Chords
Unit 16WORKOUT - Chromatic exercise
Unit 17A minor pentatonic scale - something new
Unit 18MASTER SESSION 2
Unit 19How to use the pentatonic scale in a more creative way
Unit 20Conclusion and your homework

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