Rhythm Guitar I Course
This course continues where “Introduction to Guitar Playing” left off and addresses the needs of new guitar players like you for the guitar fundamentals. Rhythm Guitar I begins by helping you learn & practice concepts like strumming, fingerpicking, playing chords, reading chord diagrams, playing barre chords, and more.
Once you have mastered these skills, you’ll be able to understand how to approach learning new songs through theory concepts like reading TABs and chord charts, vocalizing rhythm patterns, and many more techniques. By the end of the course, you will have learned countless rhythm guitar techniques that will allow you to pick up new songs across a wide range of genres, all on your own.
Once you are done with this course, move on to Rhythm Guitar 2 to learn more.
What you'll get
What is included in this course and what you will learn
What we cover
Below are the breakdown of this course, module by module, with video previews
A E and D Chords
Lesson 1: A E and D Major Chords
Lesson 2: Anchor Fingers
Lesson 3: Chord Changing Exercises
Lesson 4: Strumming with a Pick
Lesson 5: Happy Birthday
Lesson 6: Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol
Simplified G Group Chords
Lesson 1: G, D, Cadd9, Em7 and Slash Chords
Lesson 2: Collide by Howie Day
Lesson 3: Vocalising Strumming Patterns
Lesson 4: Good Riddance by Green Day
Lesson 5: Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs
Lesson 6: Finger Gym
Lesson 7: Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
Am, Dm, Em, G and C
Lesson 1: Am, Dm, Em, G and C Chords
Lesson 2: Basic Chord Theory
Lesson 3: Chord Changes Without Anchor Fingers
Lesson 4: What's Up by 4 Non Blondes
Lesson 5: Zombie by the Cranberries
Basic Fingerstyle for Rhythm Guitar
Lesson 1: Intro to Fingerstyle and PIMA
Lesson 2: Ain't No Sunshine by Bill Withers
Lesson 3: Choke Technique
Lesson 4: Three Little Birds by Bob Marley
Lesson 5: Finger Roll Technique
Lesson 6: Silent Night
Theory Basics and Standard Notation
Lesson 1: Theory Basics and Standard Notation (Melody)
Lesson 2: Theory Basics and Standard Notation (Rhythm)
Lesson 3: Theory Basics and Standard Notation (Harmony)
Lesson 4: Scales and Key Signatures
Lesson 5: Circle of Fifths
Lesson 6: Intervals and Triads
Lesson 7: Harmonizing the Major Scale
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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