FREE BEGINNER GUITAR FAST TRACK - Learn Guitar Basics Online
- You can be a beginner - No skills required - Being able to pick up quickly on audio and visual ques will help
- You will need a guitar and a pick is good too
- Practice is key - the more you practice the better you will be
This course is created for a specific type of beginner. There's a beginner who needs lots of work with integrating information. This means they gravitate towards long form explanations that give them time to absorb the information they are given. The other type of student is who this course if for. This course is created for the folks who see it and get it, they don't need a lot of hand holding, history of, or drawn out explanations that in a lot of cases will leave the student frustrated, because they just want to get to the information they are looking for. This course is created especially for those types of students in mind. It's very important to understand this before choosing this course, because it's not for the typical beginner. The largest group of beginners want all the information, in this course you'll only get the information you need to succeed.
Learn the basic concepts and building blocks that you will need to get started on the guitar with some more advanced techniques too.
Why take from this guy?
I know how to teach! I have taught well over 50,000 students all across the US.
After, performing and teaching all over the US. at workshops, out of my home and through multiple schools, I was asked by many of my students to make videos of my lessons. So here is the result.
I hope you will join me on the inside of this course where you will learn the building blocks for the guitar.
Building a strong foundation
Learn your basic chords
Learn chord variations
Learn chord shortcuts
Learn your major scales
Learn minor scales
Hammer-on, Bend, Pull-offs and Slides
Learn how to get a good strum from your guitar
Learn many different strumming patterns
Learn advanced strumming patterns
Learning Improvisation and Exploring Notes
Play along with a backing track - Gm Pentatonic Scale
Play along with a backing track - G Major and Bi-linear Playing
Plus a lot more
Who is the target audience for this course?
Anyone just starting on guitar and they've tried other lessons, and have found it difficult to sit through long drawn out explanations. This course gets right to the point. For this reason, it's not course for everyone. This course is for those that get things quickly, and want a course that get's the to meat of learning right away.
Anyone who has been playing for a while
Even great for advanced players
Anyone who wants to play guitar for enjoyment
Anyone who wants to be a performer or a musician
Feel free to send me any questions you might have on 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.
- For the beginner - This is a great starting point - you will get 10 major chords which are used literally in millions of songs. Plus get strumming tips and patterns.
- For the people that are saying my fingers are too fat, long or long, believe me I have heard all of that but truly believe anyone can play guitar if you are willing to put in the work. It takes time to learn the guitar. For most people it doesn’t just happen overnight but when things finally start to click it is really fun.
- For anyone looking to meet new people. Playing the guitar is a great way to make new friends. I have met my closest friends playing music. There is a huge community of like-minded people playing music in every part of the world.
- Beginner Guitar
- Understanding Pick Depth01:27
- Chords Shortcut G C and D02:46
- Is this a 5 Star Course?00:43
- Chords Shortcut Em & A01:58
- Chords E Am & Shortcut Bm02:08
- Chords B7 & D701:55
- Chords F, Traditional C & G02:24
- G Chord - 3 Variations01:58
- C Chord - 4 Variations01:56
- D Chord - 8 Variations02:56
- Em Chord - 3 Variations01:40
- A Chord - 4 Variations02:04
- Am Chord - 4 Variations02:13
- F Chord - 6 Variations03:31
- Bm Chord - 4 Variations02:40
- E Chord - 4 Variations02:00
- B7 Chord01:17
- How to get a good sounding strum out of your guitar02:43
- Boom Chuck Strum02:01
- Strum - Boom Chuck Down Up Down01:17
- Strum - Boom Chuck 432101:36
- Strumming Patterns - Mixing it up02:09
- Strum - 3 & 302:32
- Individualized Picking Forward Roll01:45
- Cross Picking01:46
- Strum - Straight Strum01:28
- Inside Roll01:21
- Sweep Strum02:03
- Upwards Vamp01:39
- Strum - Repetitive Down Strum01:18
- Strum - Repetitive Down Strum Variation #101:25
- Strum - Repetitive Down Strum - Variation #201:39
- Strum - Down Up Up01:18
- Strum - Down Up Up - Variation #101:36
- Strum - Down Up Up - Variation #201:47
- Strum - Advanced Boom Chuck Strum - Percussive01:33
- Strum Advanced Rolling Percussive Strum01:03
- 044 Strum - Advanced Hammer-on Strum01:45
- Strum - Advanced Percussive Hammer-on01:53
- Strum - Advanced Ghost Boom Chuck Strum01:39
- Strum - Advanced Ghost Boom Chuck Strum Example00:58
- Gm Pentatonic Scale01:45
- 3rd Position Gm Pentatonic Scale01:59
- Gm Pentatonic Slide 1st & 3rd02:59
- Gm Pentatonic Slides 1st & 3rd Position01:46
- Gm Pentatonic 1st & 3rd Position 6th & 5th Strings01:43
- Gm Pentatonic 5th Position01:48
- Gm Pentatonic 5th Position 3rd & 4th Strings01:15
- Gm Pentatonic 3rd & 6th Position - 1st & 2nd Strings01:39
- G Jazz Scale03:01
- G Major Scale01:37
- G Major 3rd & 5th Position Sliding 1st & 2nd Strings01:17
- G Major Pentatonic Scale01:26
- G Major Pentatonic Moving Positions01:37
- G Major Pentatonic Backwards01:21
- G Major Pentatonic 3rd & 5th Position - 1st & 2nd Strings01:15
- G Major 5th & 7th Position - 1st & 2nd Strings01:24
- G Major 5th & 7th Position Slides 1st & 2nd Strings01:04
- Bi-linear Playing03:00
- Improv - Exploring the Length of Notes01:28
- Backing Track - Gm Pentatonic Scale02:36
- Backing Track - G Major and Bi-linear Playing02:28
- Understanding Bends02:09
Chuck and Sandi Millar, Founders of Lesson Pros, started as performing artists, playing music all over the United States at festivals, private & corporate parties, coffee houses & theaters. Being played on radio stations all around the world, their success has won them a place in the hearts of millions. They have been featured in numerous newspapers articles, television (WCCO 4), and magazines.
They have won many competitions for their music and teaching, including Chuck’s countless 1st place titles in fiddling and trick fiddling, Chuck and Sandi's band No Grass Limit have won awards, here are some of the most recent ones: Songwriter of the Year - Sandi Millar, Album of the Year -“Originals” – No Grass Limit – Universe Unlimited, Guitar Performer of the Year - Clint Birtzer (Guitar Player for NGL), Mandolin Performer of the Year - Chuck Millar, Bluegrass Band of the Year (Contemporary) - No Grass Limit and Vocal Group of the Year - No Grass Limit.
After spending most of their lives on the concert stage, Chuck and Sandi felt a strong need to give back to people of all ages. In 2002, they came up with an idea to start a lesson program. Chuck’s multi-instrumental talent and experience teaching, and Sandi’s innate business sense made them a perfect fit to create a wonderful lesson program.
The result is Lesson Pros, offering private and group lessons to students of all ages and abilities at the Lesson Pros studios online.
Lesson Pros has helped more than 100,000 students between the ages 4 to 98 find and nurture their talents.