Level up your guitar skills with these unique courses

Are you feeling stuck in a rut playing guitar? Try something completely different to get your creativity flowing! You may even find a new technique that you can apply to your own music. 


Flamenco Guitar

Flamenco instrumental music is a culturally significant art form from Andalucía (Southern Spain). It includes free flowing styles that rely heavily on improvisation. Try out this course – designed for the absolute flamenco newbie – and take flamenco guitar for a spin! 



Flamenco Ukulele

Flamenco isn’t just for guitar – try it out for ukulele too!


The Guitar of Chuck Berry – Fifties Rock & Roll Guitar Styles

Chuck Berry was one of rock and roll’s original pioneers! Learn his signature style and memorable licks and riffs that embody 1950s rock and roll with this course. 


Funk Essentials – Level 1

It’s time to get funky. If your usual playing has been feeling lackluster lately, let this comprehensive course take you from a funk novice to confidently playing through James Brown-style grooves! 


Ultimate Guitar Tone School

If you’re sick of basic guitar tones, attend Guitar Tone School for a crash course on all things tone – including how guitar tone is created, understanding how sound waves work, pickup demonstrations, and how to make amps, pedals, and effects work for you. 


Rockabilly Guitar for Beginners

If you want to play 1950s Rockabilly and Rock ‘n’ Roll the right way, then this course is perfect for you. It will take you through the Nashville Number System, teach you to recognize the key of a song, and help you through chord progressions.


Musical Meditations

Need to relax? This course uses beginner guitar techniques to help you reach a space of meditative peace. It’s a well known fact that music is good for you. Embrace that give these “meditations” a try!

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