Express Guitar - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit

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                    Play Guitar By Ear

   

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  The quickest way to play guitar by ear is to understand the basic
  principles of music that underlie all successful songs. Having a
  good ear for music is essential if you want to actively
  participate in music jam sessions.

  The problem is learning how to play guitar by ear, since almost
  all guitarists who do play by ear don't know how to explain how
  they do it. There's hardly anything more frustrating for the
  student guitarist than to ask an accomplished player "how do you
  know when to change to the next chord" or "how did you work these
  chords out" or "how did you know what key to play that solo in"
  etc and be told ... "oh, you just feel it, man!"

  There's not much help if you are taking private lessons either
  (a) the majority of guitar teachers using traditional
  guitar method books either can't play by ear themselves so,
  obviously they can't pass on information that they don't have or
  (b) the courses they teach focus on skills such as sight reading
  and the technical aspects of guitar playing such as scales and
  arpeggios ... all important skills in themselves, however, none
  of which will directly help you work out the chords for a song if
  you are at a party and someone says ... "hey, do you know how to
  play XYZ song?"

  And if that's not enough to make you want to give up trying to
  learn to play the guitar by ear there's always the old wife's
  tale that "you have either got it our you ain't!"

  With so much mystery surrounding this important skill,
  guitarist's are always pleasantly surprised to learn that playing
  the guitar by ear is simply a skill that anyone can learn, you
  simply have to find a teacher that has a system that explains
  "how" to do it.

  If you have previously tried to play guitar by ear and haven't
  had much success, it's important you understand that playing by ear
  is a skill you can learn ... anyone can!

  When you stop and think about it, the guitarist who already can
  play by ear:

  (a) thinks that everyone else knows how to do it

  (b) has never though about how to explain "how" they do it -
  since they are generally not involved in teaching, these guys are
  usually more interested in playing than teaching and

  (c) most of the players who play guitar by ear don't know how to
  read standard music notation and generally don't understand the
  theory that would give them the language to explain and
  communicate the tonal and rhythmic principles that are involved
  with playing by ear.

  So, to sum up ... leaning to play the guitar by ear is simply a
  matter of "those who know how to do it"... can play by ear and
  "those who don't know how to do it" ....can't play by ear!

  Isn't it a relief to know that learning to play the guitar by ear
  is not something that is reserved for the "guitar guru's", the
  chosen few who where somehow bestowed with a magical power?


 

   

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Rave Reviews for Express Guitar:

 

As a student of Mike Hayes since 1999, I have found his teaching methods and products to be first class. Whatever style or area of music I have been interested in, he has provided me with useful information, advice and study materials. His style of teaching and teaching products enabled me to progress through his guitar course far quicker than I ever imagined. He also helps in teaching yourself to find and develop your own style of music. Mike’s teaching gives his student’s the ability to become useful musicians, not just guitarists.

Stephen J Reid
Guitarist & Musician
Australia

 


 

This course teaches us how to learn, how to retain, and how to recall information quickly. This entire program is built around "connected learning" with key phrases, picture words ( yes there is such a thing ) and the most dynamic personal motivator I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.

Ken C Simpson
Business Owner & Guitarist
Queensland, Australia

 


 

The course is varied, in-depth and well-structured, making learning and comprehension fast, thorough and enjoyable. It’s a great way of learning, as you can pace yourself and move onto the next stage when you feel competent. I find this course both innovative and inspirational. I find myself leaving Mike’s lessons with the determination to reach my new goals.

Karl J Ricker
Sales Manager
Sunshine Coast, Australia