You will learn to understand the instrument to the point you can play your favorite songs on acoustic guitar. Strumming, picking, e-z chord shapes, creating rhythm, reading simplified sheet music, & timing development. Whether you want to be a professional acoustic player and perform, or just strum and sing songs for friends and family around the campfire. You will develop the right skills here.
You will start with building a solid foundation for the kind of music you choose to play and the musical components that make up your favorite songs. You will learn how to play e-z chord shapes that don’t leave your hands with cramps. You will learn the essence of playing both rhythm and lead guitar. Understand how they work in harmony with each other and be supplied with resource guides to help you progress in your learning much faster.
Music theory is where you learn the language of music. How chords are constructed, how scales are formed, what notes are in each key, when & where to play certain parts. How do they all work together in harmony to become pleasant to the ear? The concepts and rules that make up music are very much like the rules that govern the written language. Learning music theory can help musicians learn new techniques, perform unfamiliar styles of music, and develop the confidence to try new things.