Chords, progressions, Scales, Arpeggios, chromatic and rhythmical exercises
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Preview the exercises from the Acoustic step by step courses
To go from your first open position chord to substituting arpeggios when you improvise a solo, you’re gonna need to play some exercises!
I’m all for transparency, feel free to have a browse to see what awaits you when you take the acoustic step by step courses, it’s all here in the lesson libraries.
Don’t forget, in the course we start with a song, then look at what we can learn from it and get our theory and exercises from that.
What exercises should you practise to warm-up and improve your technique? How do you understand and change the key of a chord progression of a song?
A beginner need guidance more than anyone, check out these easy to follow video lessons as a preview of what awaits in the course: Beginner Guitar Lessons
You’ll map out the entire fretboard at this stage. Chord progressions become easier to see once played as barre chords and little licks will start appearing in your playing.
Some players stay at this stage forever, the intermediate course completes all exercises and songs in just fifty-two lessons. Preview the exercises from the course here: Intermediate Guitar Lessons
But don’t fret – As you’ve already mapped out the fretboard with pentatonic scales and barre chords, extending the concept is actually really simple, and musical!
Chord progressions, extended chords, arpeggios, pentatonic scales, and modes – They all fits together on the guitar fretboard once you can see the full picture.
Preview the exercises from the course here: Advanced Guitar Lessons
You’ll be practicing arpeggios, following chord progressions – From here, the step to playing over changes is minimal.
You’ll understand how to build any scale as you just see them as a collection of intervals.
Building 2nd guitar parts, solo arrangement or even writing – Whatever music you want to create, your fretboard knowledge certainly won’t stand in your way!
It’ll all link together beautifully, preview the exercises here: Master Guitar Lessons