Are you an intermediate guitar player who is "lost in the wilderness"?
Have you gotten to a point where you've entered a kind of learning wasteland of confusion, frustration and lack of motivation?
That sucks. I'd hate for you stop playing because you've fallen out of love with your guitar, cos it's a fricking awesome instrument.
Most players in your situation just need a little structure, guidance and relevance in what to learn to get them back on track.
If you're ready to give it another shot, I'm pretty sure I can
help move you forward using the successful methods I've used over the
last 10 years to reinvigorate players just like you.
I promise to help you join the dots by teaching you the "in between the lines" guitar stuff that you just don't see much of online.
And if it is there, its buried under a shit tonne of stuff you don't need at your level. I'll help you cut through that stuff. And I promise to do it without any confusing jargon or heavy music theory.
You can be a better player with the skills you have right now, you just need to join the dots.
Each video lesson solves common problems:
Over the last 3 years I've taught some super-busy entrepreneurs. CEOs who were so time-poor they didn't have more than 15 minutes a day. So I rewrote all my lessons into 15 minute chunks and this is why I know you can find the time to do this.
My name is Phil. I've played guitar since I was 9 years old. I'm originally from the UK but now live in New Zealand. Over the last 3 decades I've toured internationally and played in rock, funk, blues and soul bands plus helped a few acoustic singer songwriters to boot. These days I play in New Zealand's only Jimi Hendrix Tribute show.
I love playing the guitar and I want to help you love it again. So, let's jump right in!
"That was actually a great lesson for a beginner/intermediate guitar student.
Giving us the straight goods on how to spice up our open chords gave me a good feel of how I should experiment with it.
Out of all the videos I've watched on YouTube or elsewhere, I don't think anyone has mentioned cresting. These are things I think we all know we should be doing but it gets a little lost in just trying to play what you see. anyway... great lesson. "
Mike C, British Columbia
"After the last couple of hrs using your doodling method.... I can now see from the basic major triad shapes that.....just like a minor is a flattened 3rd....Major 7ths are Jst flattened 1's....dominant 7's are Jst double flattened 1's....and Sus 4's are just by pushing the 3rd up to a 4th....adding tension. Bloody Amazing! Ha.
Tim V, New Zealand