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New Course 'Lead Guitar Fundamentals' @ Studygypsyjazz.com

PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2016 11:12 pm
by harrye
Hi everyone,

I’m excited to announce that my second gypsy jazz course, ‘Lead Guitar Fundamentals,’ has just been released at http://studygypsyjazz.com!

This comprehensive course is the result of almost a year of writing and production, and I'm really happy to finally be able to share it with you.

Please visit the course page at http://studygypsyjazz.com if you’d like to check it out! There are 3 FREE lessons so that you can get a feel for the course. From these 3 lessons alone you can improve your right hand technique, learn the melody to ‘Dark Eyes (Les Yeux Noirs),’ and learn one of the most useful arpeggios in gypsy jazz.

Below are some details about the course:

In this course you will learn and develop:
• Strong left and right hand technique, allowing you to produce the best tone possible on your instrument.
• The powerful gypsy jazz rest-stroke picking technique.
• The melody to two popular gypsy jazz standards, ‘Dark Eyes (Les Yeux Noirs)’ and ‘Avalon’.
• Several horizontal Django-style arpeggios commonly used in gypsy jazz (Including triad, diminished and multi-purpose arpeggios).
• Listening and transcribing skills through focused ear training sessions.
• Techniques to create musical phrases, including articulations (vibrato & string bending), embellishments, phrase-connecting, and using rhythmic variation and space.
• The confidence and tools to begin improvising on your instrument.

Course Features
• 29 HD gypsy jazz guitar video lessons (scroll down to see a list of all the lessons included in this course)
• Over 2.5 hours of gypsy jazz guitar tuition from a professional guitarist and teacher.
• 25 page PDF course workbook, including gypsy jazz chord charts for ‘Avalon’ and ‘Dark Eyes (Les Yeux Noirs),’ and transcriptions of lesson material in TAB and standard notation.
• Exclusive access to a dedicated private forum for this course, where you can pose questions to your tutor and fellow students relating to lesson material.

All the best and I hope you find this useful. Please get in touch via the contact page at http://studygypsyjazz.com if you have any questions!

Harry Edwards