This course is designed to help you improvise on any instrument in the Key of G. We use bluegrass as a sample for the music and a mandolin for teaching, however you can apply this to many different musical genres (like Rock, Blues, Jazz, Etc) and what ever instrument you use.
By the end of the course you should be able to play on the fly in the Key of G on any instrument.
Also you should be able to increase your speed by playing along with 14 backing tracks from 50 Bpm to 180 Bpm.
Chuck and Sandi Millar, Founders of Lesson Pros, started as performing artists, playing 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, including Chuck’s countless 1st place titles in fiddling and trick fiddling, Chuck and Sandi's band No Grass Limit have won countless awards, here are some of the most recent ones: Bluegrass Songwriter of the Year - Sandi Millar, Bluegrass 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 musicians of all ages. In 2002, they came up with an idea to start a music 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 music lesson program. The result was Lesson Pros a group of teachers offering private and group music lessons to students of all ages and abilities at the Lesson Pros studios, online and through Community Education & Churches. Lesson Pros has helped more than 50,000 students between the ages 4 to 98 find and nurture their musical talent to date.