Course Updated April 4st, 2016
- Do you feel like your guitar playing has reached a plateau?
- Do you feel lost every time you have to play a guitar solo?
- Have you tried to learn from theory books and CDs, but found that they left you even more confused?
- Do you want the definite tips to solo guitar in any situation?
- How about having assurance that you can look down at your fretboard and being able to solo any way you want? What would that be worth to you?
Today, you get to find out first-hand what it's like to know your guitar inside and out; by enrolling in this course, you get all this and more, including:
- Natural scales
- Pentatonic Scales
- Blues Scales
- The Modes
- Soloing over each of the blues progressions
- Technique advice for improving your guitar solos
What are you waiting for? Enroll today to learn these secrets right now!
- Have 'Adobe PDF Reader' installed on your computer; you can use this if you want to study the handouts.
- Have your guitar on your lap, with pick in hand while studying this course
- (Optional, but highly recommended) Have a notebook and pen at the ready to write down valuable insights
- Shift your perspective from complete cluelessness to knowledge and assuredness when it comes to blues soloing
- The 5 Stupid-Easy Patterns that you can use to learn the Natural Major and Minor Scales anywhere on the neck
- Learn the 5 Chord shapes that connect the scales, and allow you to jump from one to the other with lighting speed
- Jump from a Major to its respective Minor, and back, with complete ease. This is more important than you think!
- How to easily create the Pentatonic and Blues Scales, each and every time
- The Modes; for once and for all, learn the principles and learn how to play those pesky modes with complete ease!
- Extended notes and chords; what they are, why you need them to guitar soloing, and how to play them in every context
- Specific scales that you should play over specific chords; this takes all of the guesswork out of blues guitar soloing, yet gives you plenty of flexibility to play creative guitar solos
- The three types of 12 Bar Blues Progressions, and how to play and solo over each one
- Guitar technique and theory tips, to help you become creative and stylistic when playing
- Direct contact with me! Message me with any question about the course material and get a quick reply!
Dan Amerson has been a guitarist since the age of 13. Ever since, he has been fascinated with music and refining his technique.
Since then, he's spread his talents in various ways; busking on the streets of Ottawa, playing in-home performances, teaching over Skype, selling Kindle books (search 'Dan Amerson' in Amazon).
A new instructor to Udemy, Dan is excited to spread his knowledge of the guitar to this progressive medium.