"After 3 weeks my playing and enthusiasm was at an all time high, I could not wait to attend another lesson as I was being taught music I thought I could never play. Whilst learning what I wanted to improve on Luke taught me music theory, music styles and musical relationships within bands."
This area of tuition provides a student with a consistent and systematic framework for understanding the layout of the guitar.
More than this, it's an integrated approach which combines music theory - scales, harmony, keys, progressions etc - and actually shows you how to apply this information straight away in the context of the guitar.
It addresses questions such as:
How do I use scales? What are they for?
How do I know what melody notes will work over a chord progression?
How do I know what chords will go together when writing songs?
Some guitarists can find chords and scales all over the fretboard effortlessly - how do they do it?
If you have been playing for a while, maybe you can play a number of songs, but you are looking to 'join the dots', then this could be for you.
The information learned in this course can be applied to ANY style. It doesn't matter if you are interested in country, jazz, blues or rock - the layout of the guitar has a pattern which is the same no matter what style you play.
I have written a system of lessons which can be followed sequentially, - including fun, catchy and targeted studies with backing track examples so you will be integrating this knowledge from the start.
This system isn't a fad or a short-cut, it's a refined, systematic and focused way of understanding the guitar's layout and integrating that into your playing.
Having this framework in place greatly speeds up learning in all other areas - as everything that you can possibly play on the guitar fits into this system, it will be supported and enhanced continually by every piece of music you learn in the future.
If you would like a taster of what's involved please download Lesson 1 of my book 'Understanding Guitar'.