Mary Flower is an award-winning acoustic fingerstyle blues guitarist known for her original tunes and smooth voice. With multiple albums and an impressive career, Mary strives to keep the blues alive.
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In Mary's Artist Series you can expect a concise approach to beginner theory, fingerstyle and much more.Begin the Course
Mary Flower dives into the relationship of chords while looking at a piano keyboard for a better understanding.
Mary Flower talks about the major scale, its formula, and chords. She also briefly discusses barre chords.
Mary Flower shares a basic lesson on Travis Picking.
Mary Flower talks about alternating bass patterns and how to incorporate them into your playing.
Mary Flower talks about the CAGED system, the transposition process, and how to use a capo.
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A clear explanation. Thanks,
All three above !
important stuff, well explained
Easy and effective!
Easy to understand & its just what I needed
For a beginner, this was really helpful. Nice little tune to practice on to get it down. Within 30 minutes I was sounding pretty goo (if I do say so myself!)
great wish i could pick all 3 options.
I like the teacher, easy to understand and very meaningful!! I am new to guitar so your explanation of chord progressions, including thepiano keyboard example, was extremely useful. I wont ever be a great guitarist but your lesson will help
I like the teacher. She is easy to follow. Travis picking is new to me and her way of teaching had me picking it up immediately.
This was a little confusing. I know from earlier sessions that Mary dislikes barre chords and calls her forms "adult chords". I didn't get a clear differentiation. It seemed "lite" for this series. At first I press the down thumb but I do like
i said a few days ago that she talks to fast , sorry i am new to jamplay and did not know there is a control button that lets you slow it down , and mine was turned up so fast . she sounded like micky mouse, so so sorry she is a great teacher
I'd like to learn more
Nice calm approach with efficient chord changes added. No over complication.
She is really good teacher , and this is not directly related to her teaching methods it's just Avery common problem for me and that is learning in this way things are on a roll and I just can't stop things and say I missed what you meant / hav
The radio buttons won't let me select all but I would if I could. I liked the teacher, easy to understand, it was just what I needed! I would give Mary a big hug for giving me an a ha! moment in chord relationships.
this was a great lesson. this is just the stuff I'm looking for with jamplay