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Enroll in "Guitar Chords & Strumming" and receive 4 additional bonus songs!
This 6 week interactive course teaches basic guitar chords, how to improve chord changes, triads, inverted chords, sus chords, 7th chords, movable bar chords, understanding your fretboard, fingering technique, reading tablature and strumming rhythms. The main objective of this course is to improve chord changing and strumming skill through playing popular music from artists like John Mayer, Sheryl Crow, Neil Young, Sarah McLachlan and other famous song writers. You'll receive 10 strumming songs in total. Read course syllabus.
This $89 guitar course contains video demonstrations, detailed written instructions, illustrations, photos and audio recordings that show exactly how to apply techniques used to strum chords. Instructor Edward Burns is available during the course to answer any questions regarding the lesson content. Each lesson consists of 5 chapters and one lesson assignment. The lessons are delivered to the students email inbox each Wednesday for 6 weeks. New course sessions begin each week. Students have access to the course material 24/7 and work at their own pace.
Register securely through PayPal and receive email confirmation. (You don't need to have a PayPal account to pay for the class)
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About the Author/Instructor:
Edward Burns, a university graduate in classical guitar performance and has a gift for helping students discover their inner guitarist. Edward has an extensive musical background as a professional performer, instructor, composer, and recording artist. He has published several guitar methods and composed countless guitar technique studies designed to develop specific skills. Edward has written and taught guitar and music theory courses for colleges, music academies, and conservatories for over 25 years.