If you want to learn to play guitar, or improve your existing playing, you’re in the right place. When I started out, I know that I felt a little bit overwhelmed with all there was to learn about guitar. That fretboard seemed like a complicated grid and I wondered how I was going to figure it all out.
I don’t know if you’ve felt any similar feelings, but if you have, you are NOT alone ! As you learn to play guitar, it is quite common to have these bouts of excitement and then getting hit with a, ‘but what does it all mean’ kinda thought. The best thing I can tell you here, is this: It gets better and easier as you keep going along and practicing.
One of the best things you can do as you learn to play guitar is to get coaching. Have someone there who can help explain things to you and guide you on ways to practice. Nothing will accelerate your learning faster than getting some good lessons. And that happens to be something that I’m incredibly passionate about. I want to help you learn to play guitar and get a lot better too!
You know, I didn’t start my journey until I was 24 and I had zero musical training or understanding. I was as green as you could get. So I really relate to the feelings and questions that come upon you as you’re trying to make sense out of this guitar and make it play and sound good.
Are you still with me? If you are, I hope you get two things: 1.) I am passionate about helping you learn to play guitar and 2.) I want to make the process as easy as possible.
My approach is to take the chords, shapes, symbols, scales, etc, and break them down into an easy to understand system that helps you see that music is nothing more than a few simple shapes and patterns. These patterns repeat over and over again through music, and once you learn them, you hold the true power to take your guitar playing anywhere you want.
If you’re ready to begin this journey with me as you learn to play guitar and grow your skills and knowledge, then sign up on the form you find on this page, and if you haven’t already, watch the video above.
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To Your Guitar Playing Success,