Your final exercises
Master the modes and arpeggiosThe master course is all about completing your knowledge of the guitar fretboard. We still use acoustic songs as our starting point to explore music but it’s time to set you free now.
Upon completing the course, how music and the guitar fretboard works will be as natural to you as your ABC’s. You will know how to build any chord, no matter what the name – as you will understand how all chords are built.
You will be able to move a melody from one shape to another – as you look at a scale shape as intervals. Changing key will be easy and building new guitar parts is something you can do by just improvising.
Scroll down to preview the exercises we work on in the master guitar course.
Practicing like this will enable you to blend pentatonic scales, modes, and arpeggios when you improvise and arrange.
Go to Master arpeggios.
Back then, you played all chords around the scale shapes moving up. In the master course, we play the exercise in reverse as well as using the cycle of 3rd and 4th.
Go to Master chord progression.
These will not be available in every single shape like the seventh note chords are. Instead, there are a few set shapes to memorize.
Go to Master chords.
Speed is a side effect of great accuracy so if you want to play fast, don’t rush!
Go to Master chromatic exercises.
We still build from the chord shape and pentatonic scale to reach the mode, we just do it all in one go.
Go to Master modes.
Including detailed, but bite-sized explanations on how the music theory of each song is applied to the neck.
Go to Monthly subscription.