In Lesson Five we discussed the Minor Pentatonic Scale in it’s first shape. This scale will be used to start forming our lead guitar lines.
Now that you’ve got your 12 bar rhythms nailed and you’ve started to learn about turnarounds, the next step is to start to integrate the idea of some lead guitar into what we do.
How chords color their progressions, and four iconic examples from pop music.
Dress up your playing style with hammer-ons, slides, bends and other fundamental fretboard techniques.
Finger exercises, the ‘right’ ways to grasp a guitar neck, and other basic techniques new players shouldn’t gloss over.
By understanding the patterns behind this common chord progression, you can play them in other keys, or create your very own ones.
An introduction to major 7th, minor 7th and dominant chords, and how to deploy them while you play.
The formulas behind major and minor chords, and how to use CAGED to play them.
An introduction to chord formulas and how to form power chords, major chords, and minor chords.
An introduction to sharps and flats, keys, and dealing with key changes.