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Posted on April 7, 2009. Filed under: GuitarTips |

Chris Elmore is one of the best Guitar Guru out there with great guitar training material. He has top-notch programs to help beginners at all level to pursue their hobbies or dream of becoming a great Guitar Player.

 

Guitar Secrets Revealed

Learn to play the guitar in 30 days online. With image, text and sound, you’ll learn using all 3 mediums and really kick start your progress!

With a lifetime access as well as the option to to download the entire site to your desktop, you can take it with you on your laptop, jam with friends as well as learn at the speed you’re comfortable with!

After 12 months of solid work, we’ve developed a no-nonsense approach by cutting straight to the bone. With all the information you need in one place, you have the tools and techniques you truly need to develop your own style of playing!

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Song Writing Secrets

Learn to create your own unique, powerful and catchy songs any time you like with the help of an industry expert!

These exclusive audio interviews are not available anywhere else and will give you an insiders view on the secrets to creating your own successful original songs so you can start recording your own music, sharing it with others or even making money in the music business right now.

You’ll learn these professional song writing secrets straight from the horses mouth from someone who’s already in the industry and has written music for famous movies, radio and television series.

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Guitar Leads And Licks

Take your playing to the next level with our latest project, Guitar Leads & Licks!

Only recommended for the serious shredder!

We dive into the advance playing strategies of lead guitar and how you belt out those mind boggling leads you only see on television! You’ll get into the fundamentals of the Ionian, Dorian and Phrygian scales.

Learn how to cross your hands over while finger tapping your way down the guitar neck! Learn to use a combination of whammy bar bends, harmonics, finger tapping as well as finger picking your way around your guitar fretboard… while still playing in perfect tune!

Guitar Leads & Licks will take your lead guitar playing to a brand new level.

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Guitar Backing Tracks

Jam along with your own virtual band!

With catchy drum beats, cool bass riffs and hundreds of synth tracks (including piano, violin and more), it’s like having your own virtual band at your finger tips!

Improve your strumming by jamming along to different drum beats.

Compose your own original songs by exploring catchy bass riffs and synth tracks. Improve your lead guitar playing with your own backing tracks behind you… the choice is yours!

With Guitar-Backing-Tracks, it’s like having your own band to jam along with any time of the day or night!

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Guitar Theory & Concepts

“Guitar Theory” goes straight to the heart of music and explores the theory behind it all.

Featuring lessons containing beats, signatures, rests, sharps, tempo’s dynamics, consonants and a whole lot more…

… users will gain a thorough understanding of music theory and how it all comes together.

Loaded with information, lessons, video’s and sounds, Guitar Theory gives the user value for money and even advanced players will gain something from our latest site!

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Speed Learning Guitar System

Elmore Music’s “Speed Learning System” consists of all of it’s most popular sites – in the one box.

Designed to give the user the ultimate learning tool in one place, sers have the option to purchase our individual courses or choose our latest ‘Speed Learning System’ package deal.

The entire system is accessed online via user name and password and is available to the user within seconds after signing up.

Jam Packaged with guitar lessons, songs, advanced leads & scales, backing tracks, complex theory and more… users also receive additional bonuses that come with the individual sites.

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Strumming Sensations

“‘Strumming Sensations’ is a collection of different strumming styles for you to play along to.

It will improve your strumming and rhythm as well as provide you with a stack of new combination and riff ideas.

Contains a combination of rock, blues and funk arranged from beginner to advanced.

 

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Rock Methods

Discover how to play rock music on your guitar with our brand new Elmore Music Rock Methods Course.

Mainly concerned with heavy distortion, string squeals, harmonics, string slides, and more, you’ll learn all the secrets rock guitarists use and how to apply it to your playing.

We even show you how to do various combinations of techniques at the same time.

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Acoustic Methods

Learn how to play the acoustic guitar in an easy step by step format with audio, video and easy instructions to guide you.

Acoustic Guitar Methods shows you how to play the acoustic guitar, strumming techniques, notes, scales and a lot more.

With video and audio clips that play instantly, you’ll be jamming within minutes.

 

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Finger Picking Fundamantals

Learn the art of finger picking and how to position your fingers so they improve with speed and accuracy.

Finer Picking Fundamentals shows you the basics of finger picking so you can start to play those catchy songs you’ve always wanted

With audio, video and step by step instructions you’ll breeze through the course in no time before applying what you’ve learnt

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Speed Guitar Techniques

Learn to play guitar twice as fast as you currently do by doubling the speed at which your fingers move around the fretboard at.

Speed Guitar Techniques shows you the basics of hand and position movement – before showing you how to optimize your playing to become a much faster guitar player thant you currently are right now.

You’ll learn combinations of notes and placement techniques you’ve never thought were possible until now.

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Total Blues Guitar

Speed Guitar TechniquesBlues guitar is one of the most intriguing and interesting genres that is out there.

It has a rich history, interesting people and a way of expressing emotion unlike any other style of music.

Blues is often underestimated by aspiring guitarists.There are numerous patterns that have made blues guitar famous. You can branch off of these patterns into your own unique style by using our Total Blues Guitar course.

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Jazz Guitar Techniques

Speed Guitar TechniquesBy taking the time to learn about the concept of jazz guitar you will find your appreciation for it will grow.

At this point in your guitar playing jazz might sound like a jumbled up bunch of notes or perhaps you are a rocker who is a little bit curious about the world of jazz guitar.

No problems.. with Jazz Guitar Techniques you will learn the secrets to jazz guitar like the great Louis Armstrong or Miles Davis.

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Home Studio Package

If you’ve always wanted to create your own music CD from home without paying the expensive price tags of hiring a recording studio… then you’re going to love what we’ve got in store for you!

Our latest and greatest Elmore Music Home Studio Package will solve all your problems and more.

It allows you to record yourself playing your guitar, drums, voice or other instrument directly into your PC and then mix in an unlimited amount of tracks (add drums, bass, piano and others) … as well as add digital audio effects like echo, chorus, wah wah, flange, distortion etc

Once you’ve mixed your tracks & added amazing depth to your sound – the package simply converts it to the right format before you burn it directly to CD-ROM and then design your cover for maximum impact- ready for distribution!

It’s the first ALL-IN-ONE complete package available on the market that contains literally everything you need to Record – Mix – Burn – Package your music.

This means there’s no need to purchase other software or tools because our Home Studio Package contains THE LOT!

And I should know – because when I was producing my CDs, I eagerly purchased a number of different Home Studio software packages for my home computer. Unfortunately, I wasted more than $5,000 just to try them out and none of them totally did what I needed! Not anymore!

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Ultimate Drumming Solution

 

Learn To Play Drums From One Of Australia’s Top Drummers, For Less Than The Cost Of A Set Of Good Drumsticks!

The Ultimate Drumming Solutions is personally taught by Jack Bennett, who has been the drummer in the Australian national smash hit shows “Grease! The Mega Musical” and “Shout! The Musical of the Wild One”, drummer in the New York smash hit show “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” and “Moonshadows” the Cat Stevens show.

As well, Jack is internationally endorsed by companies including Sabian, Rhythm Magazine, Vater Percussion & Sleishmann…

… he is an experienced drum teacher and his skill is awesome … and he takes you from the simplest beat and drum rudiments through to mind-boggling massive runs.

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The Jamorama Free Guitar Coach : Lesson One

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

We will start by getting you set up on your guitar. If you’ve already covered holding your guitar, sitting and standing positions and holding a pick then feel free to more on to part 2 of this lesson.

Part One – Getting into Position

Sitting Positions

There are two sitting positions for holding the guitar; classical and casual.

1. Pick up the guitar and make sure that the guitar body is supported by your leg.
2. Position yourself at the edge of your chair.
3. Ensure that your back is relaxed but straight.
4. Lean the guitar back towards you slightly.

Standing Position

1. Pick up the guitar and place the strap over your shoulder. Adjust the strap so that the guitar is positioned mid-body.
2. Use your left hand to support the neck of the guitar.
3. Rest your right hand over the bridge of the guitar.

 

Hand Positions

It is important that you relax your wrists and hands. Straining them can cause injury.

   
   

Fretting

When you play the guitar, you use your left hand fingers to press down the strings on the fret board of the guitar and use your right hand to pluck or strum the stings at the bridge end of the guitar. Using your left hand to press the strings on the fret board is called fretting. Here are some tips you will need to know:

1. Short fingernails are essential.
2. Use only the tips of your fingers to press the strings.
3. When making a chord, be sure that each fingertip is placed directly behind the fret.
We will cover chords in lesson one.
4. Check each string that it rings clearly and is not muted or buzzing.

As a beginner guitarist, it may hurt your fingers to play. This is normal. Every guitarist starts this way for the first couple of weeks. With practice, you will develop guitar fingers (hard skin on your fingertips).

Holding the Pick

Position the pick between thumb and index fingers like in the diagram below:

 

 


Time to take a break

Well done, you’ve just completed the first part of this newsletter.

Take a few minutes to reinforce what you’ve just learnt.

Coming Up

– Learn about chords
– Start using the A and D Major chords

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Power Chords

Posted on November 28, 2007. Filed under: GuitarTips |

Learning Guitar – Lesson Four
Part 3: Power Chords

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In order to learn power chords effectively, you’ll need to really understand the names of the notes on the neck of the guitar. If you glossed over that page, you’ll want to revisit it, and learn it well.What a Power Chord Is

In some styles of music, particularly in rock and roll, it’s not always necessary to play a big, full sounding chord. Often, especially on an electric guitar, it sometimes sounds best to play two or three note chords. This is when power chords come in handy.

Power chords have been popular since the birth of blues music, but when grunge music started to rise in popularity, many bands chose to use power chords almost exclusively, instead of more “traditional” chords. The power chords we are about to learn are “movable chords”, meaning that, unlike the chords we’ve learned so far, we can move their position up or down the neck, to create different power chords.

The power chord contains only two different notes, the root note, and another note called the “fifth”. For this reason, power chords are referred to as “fifth chords” (written C5 or E5, etc). The power chord does NOT contain the note which traditionally tells us whether the chord is major or minor. Thus, a power chord is neither major nor minor. It can be used in a situation where either a major or a minor chord is called for, however. Take a look at this example of a chord progression:

Cmajor – Aminor – Dminor – Gmajor

We could play the above progression with power chords, and we’d play it as follows:

C5 – A5 – D5 – G5

As you begin to play power chords, you’ll note that they work well in certain circumstances (in rock music on electric guitars for example), and don’t work well in others (eg. in folk songs played on acoustic guitar).

Power chords on the sixth string

how to play power chords on the sixth string Take a look at the diagram on the left… note that you do NOT play the third, second, and first strings. This is important, and if any of these strings ring, the chord just won’t sound very good. You’ll also notice that the note on the sixth string is circled in red. This is to denote that the note on the sixth string is the root of the chord. This means that, while playing the power chord, whatever note is being held down on the sixth string is the name of the power chord. For example, if the power chord were being played starting on the fifth fret of the sixth string, it would be referred to as an “A power chord”, since the note on the fifth fret of the sixth string is A. If the chord were played on the eighth fret, it would be a “C power chord”. This is why it is so important to know the names of the notes on the sixth string of the guitar.
Play the chord by placing your first finger on the sixth string of the guitar. Your third (ring) finger should be placed on the fifth string, two frets up from your first finger. Lastly, your fourth (pinky) finger goes on the fourth string, on the same fret as your third finger. Strum the three notes with your pick, making sure that all three notes ring clearly, and that all are of equal volume.

Power chords on the fifth string

how to play power chords on the fifth string If you can play the power chord on the sixth string, this one should be no trouble at all. The shape is exactly the same, only this time, you’ll need to be sure you don’t play the sixth string. Many guitarists will overcome this problem by lightly touching the tip of their first finger against the sixth string, deadening it so it doesn’t ring.
The root of this chord is on the fifth string, so you’ll need to know what the notes are on this string in order to know what power chord you’re playing. If, for example, you’re playing a fifth string power chord on the fifth fret, you are playing a D power chord.

YOU SHOULD KNOW:
  • A power chord is also often referred to as a “fifth” or “5” chord. If, for example, you see a chord written as C5, this is a C power chord.
  • You can optionally omit the pinky finger, and play a power chord simply as a 2-note chord. Most guitarists stick with the 3-note version, as it sounds more full.
  • Another common fingering for a power chord is to play the root note with the first finger, while the third finger barres the other two notes.
  • Power chords are generally used in pop, rock, and blues music. Because they are rather small chords, they are not commonly used in acoustic strumming situations.
  • Many guitarists prefer to use all downstrokes when strumming power chords. This results in a more “chunky” sound. Of course, this is not a rule, only an observation.

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about the last guitar post…

Posted on November 22, 2007. Filed under: GuitarTips |

Hi,

I just wanted to follow up on my last e-mail to you incase you didn’t get it the first time.

Chris e-mailed me just a minute ago saying there are only 300 memberships left and I would hate for you to miss out…

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After subscribing to it myself – I was overwhelmed by the amount of content it contains.

It is definitely my favorite choice so I urge you (if you haven’t already done so) go to:

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Kind Regards,

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Guitar Tips Overview:

Posted on November 22, 2007. Filed under: GuitarTips |

“Guitar Secrets Revealed” is an exclusive web site that shows people how to play the electric / acoustic guitar online.

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 The site currently contains over 70 jam packed guitar lessons ranging from beginner to advanced.

Users can learn any time, any where any location no matter what age or which country they live in

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