MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 4.60 GB | Duration: 3h 30m
Structured learning to get you playing!
What you’ll learn
Learn Basic Scales, Chords & Strumming Patterns
Get a solid foundation about playing the Acoustic Guitar
Learn 30 different strumming patterns that’ll help you accompany yourself or your friend while singing popular soungs.
In-depth Chord changing exercises that’ll enable you to change chords in time.
No prior knowledge of playing the Guitar required.
It gives me great pleasure to share my knowledge and experience via this incredible method of Online Streaming, where you can learn at your own pace.Playing music is very similar to telling a story. In order to tell a story, you would need thorough knowledge of how to form sentences, the grammar, a good vocabulary of words etc, isn’t it? Overall, an excellent command over the language is required.Similarly, music as a language has certain prerequisites, which, when you have a good knowledge of, will help you play music well.Consider the lessons in this course as your alphabets, grammar, words etc. which, when you have a good command over, will help you play songs on the guitar. Songs are nothing but fragments of different techniques combined together to form an aural image, pretty much like how an artist would paint a beautiful portrait using several different paint brushes, colours and strokes.This course will help you develop basic co-ordination between your fretting and picking hand, enable you to learn chords, give you ideas on how to play chord progressions & give you a low down on strumming. Ensure that you learn all the lessons well and practice them on a regular basis.Upon completion of this course you should be able to play easy listening acoustic songs, be it in English or Hindi, albeit with the help of a Transcription.Do remember that you’ll be able to play the songs only if you are able to play each lesson at the tempo that’s mentioned at the beginning of each video multiple times!Always have patience, practice hard and you will reach your goal.There goes a saying – Rome was not built in a day and neither was a Guitarist!