Guitar Beginners Vol 3

Guitar Beginners Vol.3 : Having viewed the lessons in this chapter on an Introduction to Music Theory, you should have a basic understanding of the following things:
•What musical intervals are.
•What the C major scale is.
•How to practice the C major scale using various scale exercises.
•What the left (or fretting) hand does in a general sense.
•What the A minor scale is.
•How to practice the A minor scale using various scale exercises.
•What the C minor scale is.
•How to practice the C minor scale using various scale exercises.Total Video =
Total Images =
Total Chepters = 3
Total Lessons = 47Instrument : Guitar
Skill : Absolute Intermediat Beginner
Duration : 3 Month / 1000 Minute
Price : 1000/-

Chapter 0. Summary of Knowledge
• Summary of Knowledge
Chapter 1. Introduction to Music Theory
• 1.1 A Minor Scale for Beginners Lesson 1
• 1.2 A Minor Scale for Beginners Lesson 2
• 1.3 A Minor Scale for Beginners Lesson 3
• 2.1Absolute Beginner – A Minor Scale Exercises 1
• 2.2 Absolute Beginner – A Minor Scale Exercises 2
• 2.3 Absolute Beginner – A Minor Scale Exercises 3
• 3.1 Absolute Beginner – C Major Exercises 1
• 3.2 Absolute Beginner – C Major Exercises 2
• 3.3 Absolute Beginner – C Major Exercises 3
• 4.1 C Major Scale for Beginners Lesson 1
• 4.2 C Major Scale for Beginners Lesson 2
• 4.3 C Major Scale for Beginners Lesson 3
• 5.1 C Minor Scale for Beginners Lesson 1
• 5.2 C Minor Scale for Beginners Lesson 2
• 5.3 C Minor Scale for Beginners Lesson 3
• 5.4 C Minor Scale for Beginners Lesson 4
• 5.5 C Minor Scale for Beginners Lesson 5
• 6.1 C Minor Scale Exercises for Beginners Lesson 1
• 6.2 C Minor Scale Exercises for Beginners Lesson 2
• 6.3 C Minor Scale Exercises for Beginners Lesson 3
• 6.4 C Minor Scale Exercises for Beginners Lesson 4
• 6.5 C Minor Scale Exercises for Beginners Lesson 5
• 7.1 Intervals for Beginners Lesson 1
• 7.2 Intervals for Beginners Lesson 2
• 7.3 Intervals for Beginners Lesson 3
• 8.1 Absolute Beginner – Downstrokes
• 8.2 Absolute Beginner – Upstrokes
• 8.3 Absolute Beginner – Alternate Picking
Chapter 2. Introduction to Minor Chords
• 1.1 Introducing the A Minor Chord
• 1.2 Introducing the D Minor Chord
• 1.3 Introducing the E Minor Chord
• 2.0 Mixing Major and Minor Chords – A min, C, D min & E
• 2.1 Practicing A min, C, D min & E Slow Tempo 80BPM
• 2.2 Practicing A min, C, D min & E Faster Tempo 120BPM
• 3.1 Mixing Major and Minor Chords – C, A min, F & G
• 3.1 Practicing C, A min, F & G Slow Tempo 80BPM
• 3.2 Practicing C, A min, F & G Faster Tempo 120BPM
• 4.1 Mixing Major and Minor Chords – G, E min, C & D
• 4.2 Practicing G, E min, C & D Slow Tempo 80BPM
• 4.3 Practicing G, E min, C & D Faster Tempo 120BPM
• 5.1 4 Strategies for Faster Chord Changes I Shared Notes
• 5.2 4 Strategies for Faster Chord Changes II Slide Into Position
• 5.3 4 Strategies for Faster Chord Changes III Streamline
• 5.4 4 Strategies for Faster Chord Changes IV Place Bass Note First
• 6.1 Switching Between A, D, & E Minor Chords
• 6.2 Switching Between A, D, & E Minor Chords backing trackFor more details: www.pianoguitarchords.com