the nucleus
  1. Build a Guitar Practice based on training beyond & honoring self.
  2. Gain Technical Control
  3. Know some Theory
  4. Expand our Chord Catalogs & put them to work in song playing & writing.
  5. Solo
  6. Read Music
  7. Jam, Write, Improvise
Beginner • Place to start if you are an absolute beginner or a restarter. Ground. Scales. Chords. Reading.
Reader • Sequenced music reading system which uses 3 fretboard zones.
guitar capo lesson lesson The Capo
Capo Charts, All Keys, All Positions
strum a tune, down by the water Strum a Song
This is a great starter tune. Solid.
chord connect system Chord Connect
This is our chord connecting learning system. We link a new chord to a known chord. The exact way to make the transitions happen is discussed in detail. By programming motion between chords with precision, we don't train mistakes. This system has 2 paths. Path I is super simple. Path II is a bit more challenging. This learning module provides all of the essential and basic chords to get you playing songs. There is a switch point for programming motion where you can make any change. Go
Chord Scales • 4 videos • C Major in 5 Positions; E, D, & A Linear. These are primary practices.
caged lesson CAGED
How the 5 forms in standard tuning get their move on.
linear versions Linear Versions
Converting the A, D, & E triads up the fretboard. Alternative method to CAGED.
Scales & Melody
guitar soloing lesson Soloing Basics
Starting the improvising process.
tones against e type chords lesson Tones Against E & Em
Making tonal discernments.
path 7 system Path 7
This is a great way to organize the fretboard. We are using the octave structure in standard tuning to build things. We build a unique mode in each of the 7 octaves. We also consider chord building. Go
7 Majors in C
Training exercise in video, with big maps.
5 Pentatonics in Am/C
2 Training videos: All 5 Frames as a sonic chain & Am by octave.
Picking • 3 videos • Training list, Surfaces & Motors, Stabilizing, The Leave.
Open Tunings • Discussion of what they are and a DADGAD lesson.