15 Essential Guitar Lessons for Beginners (15 Essential Lessons)

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-Over 50 Audio Examples for Free Download from http://www.fundamental-changes.com-
-15 Clear and Uncomplicated Lessons-
-Learn from a Professional Teacher-

Written by a professional, full time guitar teacher, 15 Essential Guitar Lessons for Beginners, teaches you to play the right way from the first time you pick up the instrument.

"The most common scenario I come across as a guitar teacher is the adult who is self-taught with bad habits: Things that should be sorted out on day one and have been left unchecked for years have developed into brick walls stopping any progress.
These fundamental problems need to be sorted out before the student can improve and sadly it takes a long time to un-learn and re-train an ingrained habit.
I wrote this book to try to help people get things right from the start".

– Joseph Alexander

This isn't a theory book; It's not all about posture or technique. It's about getting the simple, essential things right, whilst quickly building the important skills you need to play the guitar.

The in depth chapters cover:

The Important Things You Should Know
First Chords and Changes
Holding the Plectrum (Pick)
More Common Chord Changes
Strumming Part One
Changing Chords Whilst Strumming
New Chord Progressions to Practice
More Interesting Rhythms
Splitting the Chord
Descending Bass Lines
Fragments of Songs
Reading Guitar Tablature
Finger Picking Patterns
Further Study
Dictionary of Useful Chords

It's all about playing and learning music whilst keeping in mind the foundational techniques that will allow you to continue to grow as a guitarist, long into the future.

As a bonus, there is a comprehensive Chord Dictionary to help you with the first chords you will come across as a beginner

Product Details

  • File Size: 3139 KB
  • Print Length: 52 pages
  • Publication Date: November 23, 2012
  • Sold by: ¬†Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ACKTHYI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

The 5 Essential Guitar Scales - Guitar Lesson

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#1 The Major Scale - 00:39
#2 The Major Pentatonic Scale - 03:34
#3 The Natural Minor Scale - 06:04
#4 Minor Pentatonic Scale - 09:15
#5 The Blues Scale - 10:43

In this lesson, we're going to cover one of the first parts of learning how to play lead guitar. I'm going to show you the 5 essential guitar scales. These scales are the ones you'll find yourself using the most in your lead guitar playing. For all of these scales, we are going to be using A as our tonal center. This means that the root note of all these scales will be an A.

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