By the end of this course, you'll know:
✅ How to play rhythm, including power chords, high lead rhythm shapes & bar chords.
✅ Learning strategies to quickly identify notes across the entire fretboard
✅ Highly useful scale patterns, intervals & lead positions for all strings & keys
✅ Common guitar movements such as vibrato, bending & more
✅ How to use music theory to create memorable, iconic lead parts
✅ How to serve your team, play around vocals & become a lead player your worship leader loves to have on the team
✅ And much more!
✅ Includes 234 min. video run time, 175 multiple choice quiz/test questions, 25 paragraph-answer critical thinking questions, 9 Coaching Community prompts & 3 posts.
(Used in multiple courses: 10 min video, 6 quiz questions & 3 posts.)
If you're new to guitar, we recommend you complete the ZJC Acoustic & Music Theory courses before taking this course.TRY THIS COURSE FREE
Another thing you can do is mandolin style tremolo picking.
What we want to do is put our pick close to edge of the bridge, and move back & forth rapidly, using as little motion as possible so we can sustain it for a long time.
This takes practice to build up muscle, but the key is that we must be efficient with our motion.
We don’t want to put the pick too low on the string.
By barely touching it on the edge of the pick, we can get a consistent sound without requiring tons of tension & back & forth motion.
Watch the video for examples of this in action.
How to play swells
How to pull off "mandolin-style tremolo picking"
How to start learning soloing
How to begin leading worship from electric guitar (and playing lead parts while you sing!)
How to automate certain mental aspects of the music so you can focus on what's really important