Learn To Play The Electric Guitar: Basic 1 Course Watch Preview

The electric guitar is such a cool musical instrument to rock and roll. It is also versatile enough to play other genre including pop, country music, jazz and blues.

Anyone can learn to play the electric guitar, Come and join us in this basic electric guitar course. We will cover:

1) Introduction to the electric guitar and amplifier

2) Reading Chord chart

3) Basic chord shapes

4) Reading rhythm slashes

5) Different rhythm pattern strumming

6) Play to the song "Knocking on Heaven's door" by Bob Dylan

7) More chord shapes

8) Arpeggiating chords

9) Techniques - Bending and Vibrato

Subtitles are added to each video where applicable and music notation is also incorporated so that you can cross-reference practical to theory.

The contents of this beginner 1 course is covered over 12 lessons based on face to face coaching. Valued at US$500, this is now available at the special price of US$79


Once you have mastered the basics of this course, you can move on to our power-packed beginner 2 Electric Guitar course.

If you wish to enhance your electric guitar playing skills, contact Stradivari Strings to arrange live coaching (either face to face or online).

Call or whattsapp: +65 - 98137769

email: info@stradivaristrings.com

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32 Lessons

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32 Lessons in Learn To Play The Electric Guitar: Basic 1 Course:

Module 1: Introduction to the Electric Guitar

1.1: Introduction to the Electric Guitar

Introduction to the Electric Guitarduction to the electric guitar

1.2: Parts of the Electric Guitar

Parts of the Electric Guitar

1.3: Sitting Position

Sitting Position

1.4: Plugging In

Plugging In

1.5: Tuning the Electic Guitar

Tuning the Electic Guitar

1.6: Close up - Tuning Your Guitar

Close up - Tuning Your Guitar

Module 2: Chords

2.1: Reading Chord Chart - G major chord

Reading Chord Chart - G major chord

2.2: D major chord

D major chord

2.3: E minor Chord

E minor Chord

2.4: C major Chord

C major Chord

Module 3: Counting and Strumming

3.1: How to count beats

How to count beats

3.2: Reading Rhythm Slashes

Reading Rhythm Slashes

3.3: Strumming Down on every beat

Strumming Down on every beat

3.4: Strumming Up on every beat

Strumming Up on every beat

3.5: Simple Strum Pattern

Simple Strum Pattern

3.6: Slightly More Complicated Strum Pattern

Slightly more complicated strumming pattern

3.7: Strum to Bob Dylan's "Knocking on Heaven's Door"

Strum to Bob Dylan's "Knocking on Heaven's Door"

Module 4: More Chords, Arpeggio Chords

4.1: Getting your Electric Guitar Set up properly

Getting your Electric Guitar Set up

4.2: More Chords - A major, A minor, F major

More Chords

4.3: Chords B minor and D minor

Chords B minor and D minor

4.4: Chords B major and E major

Chords B major and E major

4.5: Chord Exercise 1

Chord Exercise 1

4.6: Chord Exercise 2

Chord Exercise 2

4.7 Arpeggiating Chords

Arpeggiating Chords

4.8: Arpeggiating Chords Exercise

Arpeggiating Chords Exercise

Module 5: Scales and Melodies, techniques Bending and Vibrato

5.1: Reading Tablature

Reading Tablature

5.2: Playing a scale using tabs: G Major Scale

Playing a scale using tabs: G Major Scale

5.3: Pentatonic A Minor Scale

Pentatonic A Minor Scale

5.4: Bending Notes

Bending Notes

5.5: Vibrato

Vibrato

5.6: Simple Melody with Bends and Vibato - Eric Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight"

Simple Melody with Bends and Vibato - Eric Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight"

Module 6: Final Words

6.1: Final Words