Chords, Progressions, Scales, Arpeggios, chromatic and Strumming
Guitar ExercisesTo 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. When it comes to the nuts and bolts of the CAGED system, it’s all here to view in these video lesson libraries.
In the courses, we start with a song, then look at what we can learn from it and get our theory and exercises from that. This is a much more musical and efficient way to learn guitar than just practicing scales all day.
What is important is to map out the fretboard. To do this, you have to understand and be able to play all chords, arpeggios, and scales. Use these exercise libraries to find them all.
What exercises should you practice to warm-up and improve your technique? How do you understand and change the key of a song?
Go to Beginner guitar exercises.
We’ll use this to map out the entire fret board. Everything becomes easier to visualize once this foundation is laid.
As you’ve already mapped out the fret board with pentatonic scales and barre chords, extending the concept is actually really simple.
Go to Advanced guitar exercises.
Building 2nd guitar parts, solo arrangements, or even writing songs. Whatever music you want to create, your fret board knowledge certainly won’t stand in your way when you can play all these exercises.
Go to Master guitar exercises.
Including detailed, but bite-sized explanations on how the music theory of each song is applied to the neck.
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