Master Acoustic Guitar Songs and Exercises!
At master level, the Acoustic Songs use very advanced chords, bass lines and solos.
Take your time with these songs, some of them are a huge sound scape of chord progressions, key changes and modes.
Use the scales and arpeggios you learn and improvise with the arrangement. If you can come up with your own version, then that is the best way.
Adapt dynamics, play a chord in a different position, change between finger style and pick, keep the arrangement evolving by changing it a little every time you play it.
In Why Don’t You Do Right?, for example, the chord shapes are constantly changing.
What you see in the video is just one example of how to play a song like this, it was one take, next one would be different.
In order to achieve this it is vital to think in chord numbers whenever you play a song. This way you get to the core of the music and can build you parts with ease.
Always follow the Guitar Conspiracies roman numerals whenever you learn a new song.
- Acoustic Songs
Go to Acoustic Songs.
Go to Arpeggios.
- Chord Progression
Go to Chord Progression.
Go to Chordacus.
Go to Chords.
- Chromatic Exercises
Go to Chromatic Exercises.
- Finger Style Songs
Finger Style Songs
Go to Finger Style Songs.
Go to Modes.
- Rhythm Guitar Songs
Rhythm Guitar Songs
Go to Rhythm Guitar Songs.
See the whole picture!
Go to SWS.
Exercises with Self-Eliminating Power!
After practicing your chords, progressions, arpeggios and scales according to the Guitar Conspiracy and the Work Book you will see the complete picture.
You will see how a simple open position chord can become a barred chord, a pentatonic scale, a mode, an arpeggio and even an extended chord!
By simply notating your progression in the Work Book you will in the end be able to stop practicing and just enjoy playing music.