6 Part Beginners Guitar Course – Part One

Posted on April 6, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |

A FREE Guitar Course brought to You by Jamorama – The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit

In this course you will learn powerful tips and skills to get you playing the guitar with the fluency and accuracy of a professional, and by the end of it you will be able to play a full song by yourself.

Ben Edwards – Creator of Jamorama

In my FREE course you will learn:

Part One–Introduction to the Guitar and How to Play Chords

  • Getting into Position. Information that every beginner should know before they start out!
  • Introduction to Chords. The basis of all music – Learn A and D and see why learning them with Jamorama is easy.
  • Strumming. One of the most important things you must know if you want to progress with your playing.

Part Two–Reading Guitar Tablature

  • The Fret Tablature relationship. A little tool that will break down the music reading barrier and super accelerate your learning!
  • How Tablature works. Get inside information on this brilliant time saving concept.
  • The repeat sign.

Part Three–The Art of Chord Movement

  • Learn the G chord. Add to your database of chords.
  • Eigth Note Strumming. And to think, two days ago you could hardly strum a thing.
  • Chord Changing. Now you are really cooking with fire and it’s sounding hot!
  • Warm up exercises. One of the most important things you will ever learn about playing the guitar!

Part Four–Developing your Strumming Hand

  • Missing the beat. This trick will blow you away!
  • Building speed. Faster isn’t always better, but it’s a hell of a lot of fun.
  • Mixing chords and varying strums. It’s really coming together now!

Part Five–Playing ‘The Midnight Special’.

  • A quick warm up.
  • Song sections 1, 2 and 3. Let’s break it down Jamorama style!
  • Put it together and play along with our vocalist.

Part Six–Play along with the Full Jamorama Band!

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