Sandy will you teach cool new ways to think about chord progressions and how to craft arpeggios and scales into a Guitar Solo. Gateway Song, Sandy, also puts into practice GNO FOUNDATION EXERCISES like Minor Pentatonic Exercise 1 and 3. This song is perfect for intermediate players who are reviewing the "2-Form Theory" Track 5 on Guitar Now Online.
L1. Performance And Intro. This is your reference video for the performance of Gateway Song, "Sandy". Practice with me as I play the chords and solo. I will also introduce the main concepts of the lesson. Don't miss this one! Start here.
L2. How To Read Chord Charts With Chord Substitutions. How do you read a chord chart and play more than just "regular" chords? Learn how to interpret a chord progression with chord substitutions. This lesson will inspire ideas about how to change familiar chord "voicings".
L3. Building New Chords - Sandy Part 1 Expand the previous chord lesson and continue to rethink your chord choices. Learn how Sandy turns the chord progression into the main melody with new and interesting chord shapes.
L4. Chord - Arpeggio Connections 1 Learn how to use Arpeggios over a chord progression! We will study the first 2 measures of Part 2 outlining the B Minor and C Major Chord. Learn how to use this in Sandy and how to apply the concepts in all keys. This is Guitar Education!
L5. Chord - Arpeggio Connections 2 Learn how to connect chords and arpeggios! In this guitar lesson we will look at the last 2 measures of Part 2. We will learn to outline the A Minor and G Major Chord. Learn about string skipping and shifting postion on the fingerboard. Learn how to play these arpeggios and licks in all keys.
L6. Guitar Solo in E Minor Pentatonic. First 2 Bars Learn how to use Minor Pentatonic Exercise #1 and the "sweet spot" of Minor Pentatonic Pattern 2. This is material that is covered in GNO Lessons and then applied in a song with a backing track to really understand the concepts.
L7. Guitar Solo in E Minor Pentatonic - Last 2 Bars Learn how to use GNO Minor Pentatonic Exercise # 3 in this solo with a burning descending lick! Learn how to locate Pattern 3 in any key and play this exciting lick that helps create energy in your lead guitar playing.
L8. 2-Form Theory Barre Chord Practice Ready to practice strumming Barre Chords with a killer backing track? If you are working on changing barre chords smoothly, this will take you to the next level as you line up with the band, work on strumming patterns and learn cool chord tricks.