Bluegrass Guitar Essentials: Webisodes 7 & 8

Course Provided by:
Course Taken on: coursary
starstarstarstarstar_half 4.5


"Another EXCELLENT course. I completed previous course and this one is just as good if not better. Best tuition I have ever had. Thank you, Eric. Just finished this course and it is EXCELLENT. I obviously will need to go back over several bits, but it has been so useful. Thanks again." - KEITH, UDEMY STUDENT , WEBISODES 5&6 "I like the modesty and teaching speed of the instructor." - SHOOTER, UDEMY STUDENT, WEBISODES 1&2 "This is without doubt, the BEST course I have ever done. BRILLIANT, Eric. Thank you so much. I have already purchased some of the next courses and there is so much to learn. Worth EVERY penny (or dollar in the U.S.)." - KEITH, UDEMY STUDENT, WEBISODES 3&4 In Webisodes 7 & 8: Practice Tips, Minor Scales, & Scale Summaries I'll show you: Some of the best tips I've found to help you practice the scales you've learned so far, as well as the scales covered in this part of the course. ( 8 practice tips in all! ) How to use the Minor and Minor Pentatonic Scales in the "Three Essential Keys." "Short Scale" variations on the Minor and Minor Pentatonic scales for authentic Bluegrass Guitar sounds and faster playing. A special BONUS section on how to switch from Major to Minor scales as well as some great tips on the topic. If you really want to be able to play Bluegrass Guitar, you'll need to know how to play and apply the Minor scales for that "Bluesy" sound that Bluegrass guitar is famous for.  In these webisodes I'll show you how and give you tons of great ideas on practicing in general as well as practicing scales, setting practice goals, and how to change effortlessly from Major to Minor. "Obviously a very passionate and technically skilled musician , that [is] able to pass on his knowledge in the old-fashioned way, from person to person." - ALLEN, UDEMY STUDENT, WEBISODES 11&12 "Absolutely BRILLIANT. This is opening up a whole new world on how to move up the fretboard." - KEITH, UDEMY STUDENT, WEBISODES 13, 14, & 15


Requirements A basic level of understanding of how to play guitar (basic chords, a few songs, basic strumming concepts, etc.) An interest in improvising on the guitar, wanting to better coordinate your left and right hands, and a desire to become a better player than you are right now It is recommended (but not required) that you begin with Webisodes 1 & 2, then progress through the remainder of the course in order to more fully comprehend these and future Bluegrass Guitar Essentials lessons. It is also recommended that you check out Webisodes 5 & 6 before proceeding with Webisodes 7 & 8 to gain a more thorough understanding of scales to aid in your fretboard memorization

Course Includes