How To Read Music For Guitar
What you’ll learn
How to READ music notation from scratch (no previous experience required)
How to WRITE music notation (with follow-along video tutorials)
How to understand the notes of the stave & map them out on your fretboard
How to understand the rhythmic values of notes
Practical examples and easy song studies that demonstrate all the concepts taught
Have You Ever Wanted To Be Able To Pick Up Some Sheet Music And Just Play It?
Or maybe you’ve had some musical ideas of your own that you’ve wanted to write down, but weren’t sure where to start. How To Read Music For Guitar is a course that is video based, and tailored specially for the guitar player who wants to learn the universally-accepted standards in reading and writing music.
The information you get here is designed to help you reach your goals in a very practical way. You don’t need any prior theoretical understanding—we tackle each new concept from the beginning. For each topic covered, the theory is given to you in an easy-to-understand way; then you are shown how to practically apply the theory learnt, either by writing out a few examples on the stave, or by playing them on your guitar.
Here’s What’s Great About How To Read Music For Guitar:
You get brief and engaging videos that get to the point quickly, and give you only what you need to know for each section, so that you can digest the information easily.
You get the theoretical know-how, as well as the all-important practical steps to take to begin reading and writing music straight away, regardless of your skill level.
You get bonus downloadable PDFs that help you visualize important musical concepts (such as The Guitar Fretboard—Easily Find The Notes All Over Your Guitar Fretboard; The 12 Major Keys—Notes, Chords & Key Signatures; and The 5 Easy Keys Scale Shapes—Open Scale Shapes For The 5 Easy Keys & More). These concepts are really valuable and can be used outside of reading & writing music, too.
You get musical examples and song studies, that show you how to apply the music notation we cover to your guitar’s fretboard. These are presented in a split-screen format, with the guitar part playing on top, and the music notation scrolling below, so you can see it all unfolding in real time.
You get to choose how quickly you progress. This course is entirely self paced—if you want to, you can finish it in a few days to a week; or you can go through it in 15-30 minute sittings, coming back to it whenever you have the time.
You get to review the information presented any time you need a refresher . There’s no time limit, you have lifetime access, including automatic updates to the material whenever something new is added to the course.
You get a 30 day, no-questions-asked money back guarantee. If you’re not happy, for whatever reason, you get your cash back.
If this is a skill you’d like to have in your musical toolbox, take action. As the saying goes, there’s no time like the present—sign up and let’s get started.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner to Intermediate guitar students who are are keen to learn the universal language of music notation.
- Introduction To The Western Theory Of Music
- Learning The Notes Of The Stave
- Harmony On The Stave
- Introduction To Keys
- The Pulse Of Music
- Rhythm On The Stave
- Study 1
- Introduction To 3/4 Time
- Study 2