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Courses to learn all guitar playing techniques

So that you can familiarize yourself with all guitar playing techniques! These courses, which include sheet music and tablature, give you, the guitarist, an opportunity to improve your playing style. By means of studies and especially by means of musical applications, you will practice the numerous playing techniques that make the guitar interesting in the first place - regardless of your level or your musical preferences.

  • The open chords

    Open chords are an absolute must and are very easy to perform. They include major, minor, and seventh chords that are executed at the bottom of the fingerboard, close to the head. ...
  • The basic barre chords

    With the help of the barre technique you can transpose / move any chord - whether major, minor or seventh chord. When transposing the open E chords (Emaj, Em, E7) use the ...
  • Other forms of barre chords

    In addition to the basic barre chords, the major, minor and seventh barre chords, there are also other forms of barre that will allow you to play the same chord along the whole ...
  • Play chord progressions

    Once you have learned the open chords and barre chords, you have numerous opportunities to play the same harmonic progression. Still, it is best to ...
  • The power chords

    The power chords, also called power chords, are marked with a “5” and basically consist of the root and the fifth. You can double or triple these notes ...
  • The finger independence

    Learning to move your fingers independently of one another is crucial for a guitarist - regardless of whether he is playing with or solo. Without finger independence training ...
  • Legato playing techniques (Hammer On & Pull Off)

    Legato or articulation playing techniques allow you to play multiple notes with a single stroke of the touch hand. This enables you to play legato, i.e. fluently. At the ...
  • The bend techniques

    The bend, or the pulling of the strings, creates a very expressive melodic effect that cannot be separated from the blues, rock and heavy metal guitar. This playing technique enables ...
  • The slide techniques

    The slide technique, which considerably simplifies the sideways movement, is particularly effective in blues, rock, heavy metal or jazz. For a perfectly executed slide ...
  • The rhythmic breakdown into eighth notes

    With rhythmic dismantling, the down-up beat pattern is retained throughout - regardless of whether the strings are struck or not. This enables you to have a flawless ...
  • The rhythmic breakdown into sixteenth notes

    With rhythmic dismantling, the down-up beat pattern is retained throughout - regardless of whether the strings are struck or not. This enables you to ...
  • Alternating strike with a pick

    Every guitar player has to master this basic playing technique! It enables the guitar to be played fluently and quickly and is therefore suitable for playing solos in all ...
  • Introduction to the sweeping technique

    With sweeping or sweep-picking, a downstroke is used to move from a lower to a higher string and vice versa, by means of a downstroke from a higher to a lower string ...
  • Spreading fingers

    Without being able to spread your fingers well, many solo licks and accompaniments, whether they are in chords or arpeggios, cannot be performed correctly. That is from the numerous in ...
  • The rhythmic single-note figures

    These are famous, strongly melodic rhythmic grooves that are mainly found in soul and funk music. To get that very specific single-note sound ...
  • The string skipping playing technique

    String skipping is especially used in solo play. The large intervals that can be covered with it allow you to implement melodic formulas that are original and ...
  • The 'horizontal style of play'

    In contrast to the 'vertical way of playing', which is limited to the tone supply of a single position, the 'horizontal way of playing' makes use of the position change, around a string, or ...
  • The hybrid picking technique

    In this playing technique, which is used in all styles of music, the touching hand guides the touches both with the pick and with the fingers, preferably with the middle finger, ...
  • Play Legato

    Using legato playing techniques, such as hammer-on, pull-off, slide, or tapping, a whole stream of notes can be drawn through the ...

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