Rhythm Guitar 2

Continue building your passion for playing guitar



29 lessons included

5 Hours of Video

Course overview

Rhythm Guitar II Course

Building on what we have learned in Rhythm Guitar 1, we will now dive into major and minor barre chords, seventh chords, intermediate fingerstyle techniques, and how to use a capo to transpose and play songs in every key.

By the end of the course, you will be able to play 99% of the pop songs out there with barre chords, you’ll also learn how to use a capo to make songs easier to play, and you’ll be able to play most jazz standards strumming with a pick, or plucking with your fingers. 

What you'll get

What is included in this course and what you will learn

Learn Rhythm Guitar

Learn to play pop and rock songs with barre chords. Learn jazz standards, how to use capo, how to strum with a pick, and how to play songs using intermediate fingerstyle techniques. 

Chords Theory for Guitar

Learn chord theory for guitar. Learn about major and minor barre chords, seventh chords, and how to play them without fuss and injuries

Real Song Examples

Learn all the techniques and theory through real songs and musical examples, and apply what you've learned to learning new songs on your own

Support from Teachers

Not sure if you are doing it right? Reach out to our team of teachers through emails or chat bubble!

Lesson notes and more

Download lesson notes that accompany each video lesson. These notes will help you master the lesson material with key points, TABS, chord charts, and chord diagrams.

HD Video Lessons

High-quality video for every lesson so you can watch it any time you want, in the comfort of your home. 

What we cover

Below are the breakdown of this course, module by module, with video previews

Module 1:
Barre chords with root notes on the 6th string

Lesson 1: E Shape Barre Chord
Lesson 2: Barre Chords with Root Notes on the Sixth String
Lesson 3: Yellow by Coldplay
Lesson 4: Palm Muting Technique
Lesson 5: Photograph by Ed Sheeran
Lesson 6: Creep by Radiohead
Lesson 7: Using Your Thumb for Barre Chords
Lesson 8: Don't Look Back in Anger by Oasis

Module 2:
Barre chords with root notes on the 5th string

Lesson 1: How to Play the B Major and Minor Barre Chord
Lesson 2: Hitting Single Strings for More Dynamics
Lesson 3: Kiss Me by Sixpence None the Richer
Lesson 4: Hotel California by the Eagles
Lesson 5: I'm Yours by Jason Mraz

Module 3:
How to use a capo to play 1000's of songs

Lesson 1: The Major Scale Harmonized in 12 Keys
Lesson 2: Using a Capo to Make Songs Easier to Play
Lesson 3: Dance Monkey by Tones and I

Module 4:
More fingerstyle techniques

Lesson 1: Slap Technique
Lesson 2: Slap/ Strum Technique
Lesson 3: Free Fallin' as played by John Mayer
Lesson 4: Like I'm Gonna Lose You by Meghan Trainor
Lesson 5: Free Fallin' by John Mayer
Lesson 6: Say You Won't Let Go by James Arthur
Lesson 7: Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran
Lesson 8: I Will Follow You into the Dark by Death Cab For Cutie
Lesson 9: Scratch technique
Lesson 10: Shape of you by Ed Sheeran

Module 5:
Maj7, Min7, Dom7, Min7b5, dim7 chords

Lesson 1: Basic 7th Chords to get Through a Jazz Standard
Lesson 2: Chord Theory for 7th Chords
Lesson 3: Best Part by Daniel Caesar
Lesson 4: Fly Me To The Moon
Lesson 5: Sunny by Bobby Hebb
Lesson 6: Isn't She Lovely by Stevie Wonder

Ze Wen Seah

About Ze

Ze is an active gigging guitarist who has also been teaching guitar---from beginner to more advanced---for more than 10 years. 

Ze's main styles are blues, pop, rock, soul and funk. He is currently working on his jazz chops.


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