If you feel like you've been spinning your wheels and not making progress with your guitar playing, then that means that your practice routine is missing some crucial elements. Without them, you won't be able to play guitar fast, or clean, or smooth, or consistently.
Unfortunately, just playing songs won't take you to an elite level. If order to play guitar like a pro, you need to learn how to practice like a pro.
Wouldn't it be great to know the exact things to add to your practice routine? How much progress do you think you could make if you practiced all the right things instead of just 'winging it'?
If you want to get serious about playing guitar, look no further than to this Udemy course. In under 1 hour, I will show you 10 things that you must learn and master in order to become a respectable guitar player. The best part is that it comes at absolutely no cost!
What's also great about this course is that it applies to all levels; people who have passed the pure beginner's stage will be able to grow their skills, and quickly.
It is also a simple and elegant course, with principles that apply to every genre, any song, and anything that you can think of.
By the end of this course, you will have learned the following:
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For this exercise, you will learn how to play on the fretboard anywhere on the neck, using the major scale as your basis. This also applies to modes and other scales.
Do you have issues with jumping from string to string? Although this exercise doesn't cover all dimensions of picking, it will show you the exercise that will solve over half of your picking problems.
This exercise will teach you intervals, and how intervals are used to create various scales. Combine this exercise with exercise 5 in order to create chords from the ground up, and play chords anywhere on the neck.
This exercise will teach you have to play chords all over the neck.
Here is a motor skill that you absolutely need to develop in order to nail Exercise 7. The next exercise combines multiple skills, that need to work in unison. Practice this often.
Here it is; the big exercise! You'll learn how to coordinate many of the skills you've seen so far, and use them to play complex materials.
Take a deep breath and come on in.
Using a few songs, we will explore ways to create endless materials for yourself.
Play faster and more efficiently by picking less. How? Tune in to find out!
By playing a riff in groups, you can focus on mastering those groups and then combine them and work on connecting those groups. I call this process 'bursts'. This will help you master small pieces, and learn to combine them together
You made it! Be sure to consistently apply these exercises, and I'm sure that you'll get great results from them. Be sure to watch this video for some final hints (and some goodies!).
Dan Amerson has been a guitarist since the age of 13. Ever since, he has been fascinated with music and refining his technique.
Since then, he's spread his talents in various ways; busking on the streets of Ottawa, playing in-home performances, teaching over Skype, selling Kindle books (search 'Dan Amerson' in Amazon).
A new instructor to Udemy, Dan is excited to spread his knowledge of the guitar to this progressive medium.