Here’s a lesson on the concept of relative major and minor chords and how you can use them to increase the amount of licks you know.
Here’s an intro lesson talking about how to use the caged system to learn the guitar fretboard.
Here’s a lesson that explores how to use the concept of relative major and minor to use mandolin licks you know in new situations.
Here’s a short music theory lesson on the concept of relative major and minor. You can use this to double the amount of licks you know by playing them in new situations.
This lesson is going to talk about how to find the 1, 4, 5 and 6m (common chords) in all three moveable chord shapes. This can be a great lifeline if you’re in a jam session and you’re learning a new song on the fly!
Here’s a lesson that will talk about avoiding common mistakes beginners make when learning the banjo.
Here’s a lesson that talks about taking a beginner lick and creating intermediate and advanced variations.
Here’s a lesson with some tips to help you play without being dependent on tab.
Here’s some moveable shapes you can use to play for the major and minor pentatonic scales.