Acoustic Songs, Modes, Arpeggios and Extended Chords!
Welcome to the Advanced Library.
In the advanced library you’ll find all the video lessons for arpeggios, modes, extended chords, more chromatic exercises and another bunch of complete acoustic songs.
Take the Advanced Guitar Course and always start with a song, then learn about scales, arpeggios, chords and progressions from the song.
Spy Tunes motto is: Don’t just learn the tune – Learn from the tune!
The Advanced Acoustic Songs have extended chords like min7 and maj9, some even have really complicated sounding chords like the maj7#11.
Learn how to play Blackbird by The Beatles, Over The Rainbow by Eva Cassidy, Scarborough Fair by Simon & Garfunkel, Tears In Heaven by Eric Clapton, Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin and many more.
Go to Advanced Acoustic Songs.
Arpeggios are easier and quicker to learn and apply than the modes as there are only four of them to learn.
They outline the barre chord shapes as well so you’re merely bridging a gap here between chord and scale.
Go to Arpeggios and get video lessons for every one of them.
In the Advanced Lesson Library you find how to play the Ionian mode (the major scale) and how to extend all your barre chords.
On the Advanced Chord Progression pages we pair these two concepts up and play each chord from every note of the major scale.
These exercises will change the way you see the fret board.
Chordacus display all the modes and arpeggios clearly all over the fretboard.
Use this software to help you as you practice.
For example, all modes are practiced using the barre chord shape, the pentatonic and mode, in Chordacus these layers have different colors so you can visualize them easier.
Go to Advanced Chordacus to find out more.
The time has come to extend all your barre chord shapes to min7, maj7, dom7 and min7b5.
We practice these chord shapes in every shape, all over the neck.
Since you can already do this with triads it doesn’t take too long to learn how to do it with these seventh note chords.
Go to Advanced Chords.
Another 17 variations on the Chromatic Exercise.
You will improve pick control, sweeping, timing and speed.
For best results follow the instructions the step by step Advanced Guitar Course offer.
To try the exercises out, visit the Advanced Chromatic Exercises.
There’s a lot of material to go through in the Advanced Guitar Lesson Library.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could get all these excises and songs organised in easy to follow step by step instructions, from beginning to end?
Well, this is your lucky day, it’s all set up for you in the step by step Advanced Guitar Course!
There are more chords to learn than the standard seventh note chords when you play advanced guitar songs.
These are the add9, sus2, sus4, 7sus4, 6 and dim7 chords.
Sounds complicated but you’d be surprised how easy this language is.
A 6 chord for example is simply a major chord with an added 6th interval.
Another fifteen Rhythmical Exercises to get your teeth into!
You won’t need to spend much time with these, instead you can after playing these write your own.
You’l learn more about developing exercises when you take the Advanced Guitar Course.
To see the video lessons already now, go to Advanced Rhythmical Exercises.
It’s time to learn the all those scales that we call the modes!
All modes are learnt in all shapes before we connect them up and down the neck, then though a cycle of 4th.
Go to Scales to find the individual scales and the best method to learn them.
Now that we can play the modes these can easily be added to the Advanced Song Writers Swivel.
All chords are still organised by numbers, now they get its own mode and arpeggio.
Use the Advanced Song Writers Swivel to keep track of of them all.