The guitar. It’s an instrument, yes, but it’s not just any instrument. It is the instrument that you’ve been swearing you’ll learn to play for, basically, ever. You even have one! You strum it occasionally. It looks cool in your apartment even when it’s in the case. You learned this one song that one time so you brought said guitar on a camping trip and you played that one song while you all sat around the fire and it was great. Everyone swooned. Or so you thought. In reality, they were just being nice and wishing you’d have taken this Complete Guitar Master Class Bundle first.
Give yourself the second chance you deserve with the 27 hours of training on guitar patterns, chords, riffs, technique, and more from SkillSuccess, the online learning platform that’s been featured on CNN, Entrepreneur, Mashable, CNET, and TechRadar (to name a few). With seven courses that include hands-on, play-along lessons, this master class is great for acoustic and electric guitar beginners (and people who learned that one song that one time).
Here’s just a sample (see what we did there?) of what you’ll learn over the course of 256 go-at-your-own-pace lectures:
- The only three chords you need to play 10 beginner songs
- The 12 must-know strumming patterns
- Mastering chords all over the guitar fretboard
- Understanding the tools and techniques used by the world’s top professional players
- How to confidently play solo and improvise during songs
- Fingerstyle picking techniques for playing blues guitar
In addition, you’ll get an intro to electric guitar that includes the 12 must-know beginner riffs and teaches you how to use power chords and palm muting so you’ll sound like Jimi Freakin Hendrix! OK, that’s a bit of a reach, but with enough practice, anything is possible, is it not?
Chances are, you still have quite a bit of time on your hands thanks to the Great Slowdown of 2020. Why not use some of it to become the badass musician you always knew you were?
The Complete Guitar Master Class Bundle is available now for $29.99, a savings of 97%.
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