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 Series 2:  Level 2 Beginner Guitar Course

Your guitar level will be improving rapidly at this stage and its now time to introduce you to some Minor chords, Powerchords. final open position chords, warm ups and alot more tips and hits to get you up to scratch to learn more music! We will also develop your practice so you can learn faster than ever!

 

 

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Guitar Level 2 Exam

Guitar level 2 exam. warning make sure you have followed all the parts so you can answer these questions confidently

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Lesson 1: A Minor Chord

A guitar lesson on the A minor chord, built up and explained. Including detailed descriptions of common mistakes and how to avoid them! We will be using many of these chords in future songs so make sure they sound sweet!

Part 4: Chord Qualities

Part 5:  Song Chasing Cars

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Part 6: Song Chasing Cars Part 2

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Part 7:  Warm Ups

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Part 8: Final Open Position CHords

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Part 2: E Minor Chords

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Part 3: D Minor Chord

Part 9: Strumming Patterns

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Part 10: The Power Chord

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Part 11: Basic Fretboard Theory

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Part 12: Practice Schedule

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A guitar lesson on the E minor chord, built up and explained. Including detailed descriptions of common mistakes and how to avoid them! We will be using many of these chords in future songs so make sure they sound sweet!

A guitar lesson on the D minor chord, built up and explained. Including detailed descriptions of common mistakes and how to avoid them! We will be using many of these chords in future songs so make sure they sound sweet!

This guitar lessons looks at what the difference is between Major and Minor and the idea of chords having a certain quality. This is music theory exaplined in the world of ice cream! Its much easier to explain complex things based on things you should already know

This guitar lesson looks at Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol. We break it down and build up each section. Chords, Alternate Picking and palm muting are all focused on in this song. For more songs check the Rex Song Sections to learn more!

The second section of this guitar lesson. We focus on the palm muting section to really develop your rhythm guitar playing. Hand position, and picking technique are also covered for this section

Warm up are very important to make sure you dont injure yourself. Now that you have more material to practice its important you introduce some warm ups into your practice routine. Here i give you an exercise to warm up those fingers!

In this guitar lesson we cover the FINAL open position chords, C major and G Major. This will complete your chord dictionary at level 2 so that you can tackle hundreds of songs that dont use barre chords. We will work on Barre chords in level 3!

Strumming patterns help develop your rhythm playing, we will cover some of the basic rules of strumming to stop you developing bad habits and also look at some strumming patterns to play that you can use on any song you learn!

This guitar lesson is on the staple of Rock Pop and Punk playing. You need to get you hand round this if your looking at playing these styles. We will look at the shape, and i'll show you some exercises to get your strength up

Music Theory lesson to compliment your study so far. Dont worry nothing crazy but really important stuff to help you out with future learning. I show you how to work out the notes of your fretboard and play any powerchord!

A 25-30 min practice schedule for level 2 guitarists. Here we cover all the things you should be practicing and roughly how long to spend on each. Dont forget to take the level 2 exam and progress to level 3!

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