BGE Webisodes 11 & 12 | Video 6a: Essential Chords & G Licks
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Note: This is Part 1 of the 6th video in the series; I therefore named them video 6a & 6b. Part 2 will be releasing very soon.
In Webisodes 11 & 12 I’ll show you:
- Dozens of Essential Chords you'll find in the Bluegrass style of playing. I've labeled these "Common," "Uncommon," & "Short" chords.
- Some aspects of why chords are named as they are with the help of some intermediate chord theory.
- Twenty licks you can use for the key of G (as well as other keys via the use of a capo).
- Fully transcribed tablature of each and every note and phrase in each of the G licks. I've gathered each lick and double- and triple-checked all of the tabs myself, so you can be assured of their accuracy.
- A section devoted to what I refer to as "Short Chords" which typical chord instructional materials never cover.
- A special link to my #1 recommended resource for increasing your chord vocabulary.
- Tons of notes, annotations, and tips to ensure you learn each chord quickly and thoroughly.
- Audio examples of every single G lick taken directly from the course in several playing speeds.
If you're ready to advance your skills and knowledge of the fretboard for Bluegrass Guitar, you'll find everything you need in Webisodes 11 & 12 as well as 13, 14, & 15 (coming soon) to get you well on your way to burning up tons of blistering flatpicking phrases!
Complete course overview:
The “essentials” I’m referring to that are covered in this course include (but are in no wise limited to):
- Having the best Gear (guitars, picks, strings, etc.) for your budget.
- Learning the best way and most effective methods to Tune your guitar (one of the most important things you can learn).
- Mastering your Picking hand, first through easy-to-follow exercises then working your way up to more advanced techniques.
- Learning to play Scales and Chords and their “short” variations.
- Learning various Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Licks that can be used interchangeably in many different songs as well as for creating your own blazingly-fast or mellow and soulful guitar breaks/solos.
- Creating an effective Practice regimen.
- Setting Goals as a player.
- Learning the various “Common” and “Uncommon” Chords used in Bluegrass.
- Learning as many instrumental “Fiddle Tunes” as you can in what I refer to as the “Three Essential Keys”: G, C, and D.