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Postings - January 2011:
FREE E Minor Jam / Site Q & A | Simple Fun with Passing Chords | The Power Chord | Anchoring the Musical Learning Process | Repeating Bass-Note Blues | Common Key Change Method | Constructing Chords on the Guitar Neck | MUSIC REDING SERIES: Part 1 of 3 |

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January 28, 2011:
MUSIC READING SERIES: Part 1 of 3

The Fingerboard Connection... After deciding that you want to sight-read, you must understand the connection of the staff to the highly valuable 5th position area. Download thelesson handout here

MUSIC READING: Part 1 of 3 - The Fingerboard Connection

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January 25, 2011:
Constructing Chords on the Guitar Neck

Building chords on the guitar neck requires more than theory alone. By understanding scale degrees you can build any chord you want - anywhere on the guitar neck! Download the lesson handout here

Constructing Chords on the Neck

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January 21, 2011:
Common Key Change Method

Making a Key Change (also known as Modulation) allows new keys to appear and creates new tonality in a piece. A very common method is discussed in this lesson. Download the FREE lesson handout here

Common Key Change Method

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January 18, 2011:
FINGERSTYLE: Repeating Bass-Note Blues

Acoustic Blues soloists will often apply a fingerstyle technique known as Repeating Bass-Notes. With this approach, players achieve a solid driving bass part that lays down a pounding bottom-end. Download the FREE lesson handout here

FINGERSTYLE: Repeating Bass-Note Blues

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January 14, 2011:
Anchoring the Musical Learning Process

Limitations during the learning process can lead to poor performances. In order to deeply burn in solid ability a slow approach is a must. Learn several exercises to develop a rich learning experience. Download the FREE lesson handout here

Anchoring the Musical Learning Process

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January 11, 2011:
The Power Chord

Power chords are not only one of the first chords guitarists learn, they are one of the most popular chords of the last 50-60 yrs. Learn basic, extended and add9 concepts in this detailed guitar lesson. Download the FREE lesson handout here

The Power Chord

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January 07, 2011:
Simple Fun with Passing Chords

Passing chords are an excellent way to create a smooth transition between two close chords. While the theory can be complex, this video keeps it fun and simple.
Download the FREE lesson handout here

Simple Fun with Passing Chords

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January 04, 2011: HAPPY NEW YEAR!
FREE E Minor Jam / Site Q & A

Part 1: Covers how the various handouts and jam tracks from Andrew's lessons are archived.
Part 2
: E Minor Jam Track explained and FREE for download!
Download the FREE MP3 and tab chart here

Happy New Year 2011 - FREE E Minor Jam / Site Q & A

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