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ADVANCING GUITAR

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Lessons

1 – Open String Scales In Five Keys

Length: 11 minutesAuthor: Ross BairdComplexity: Standard

open string scales in five keys

ABOUT THIS LESSON: This lesson introduces you to five major keys in open position on the guitar neck. The keys addressed are C Major, D Major, G Major, A Major and E Major.

2 – Playing Melodies In Several Keys

Length: 7 minutesAuthor: Ross BairdComplexity: Standard

playing melodies in several keys

ABOUT THIS LESSON: Lesson two in Advancing Guitar is all about learning an original new song by Ross Baird “Heading Home” in three different major keys.

3 – Right Hand Rhythm Patterns

Length: 9 minutesAuthor: Ross BairdComplexity: Standard

Right Hand Rhythm Patterns

Rhythm playing can often be overlooked by guitarists who are starting out in favour of lead lines. What you need to remember is that for a large part of the time, it will be rhythmic accompaniment that will take up your time. This lesson majors on rhythmic playing.

4 – Major7 – Sus2 – Sus4 Chords

Length: 14 minutesAuthor: Ross BairdComplexity: Standard

major7 sus2 sus4 chords

ABOUT THIS LESSON: How to play and substitute Major7, Sus2 and Sus4 chords in your chord ideas. Heading Home is the song used to create the new chordal textures.

5 – Open String Chords Up The Neck

Length: 10 minutesAuthor: Ross BairdComplexity: Standard

Open String Chords Up The Neck

ABOUT THIS LESSON: Ross shows how to take open string chords up the neck and use in chordal accompaniment. Also how to rename these chords as they move.

6 – Open String Major Arpeggios

Length: 10 minutesAuthor: Ross BairdComplexity: Standard

Open String Major Arpeggios

ABOUT THIS LESSON: Ross shows how to take open string chords up the neck and use in chordal accompaniment. Also how to rename these chords as they move.

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