David Wallimann will start you on your electric guitar playing journey in this Phase 1 series.
Complete course with step-by-step lessons and practice examples.
Course filmed with 6 cameras for the perfect angles.
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David Wallimann starts by guiding you through the absolute basics of your guitar and increases difficulty in just the right amounts.
David Wallimann introduces himself, talks about his background, and offers advice to new players.
David introduces you to all the parts of your new instrument in this lesson.
This is a crucial lesson that explains tablature, how to read it, and why it's important.
David introduces some great exercises for callus development and finger independence.
David Wallimann provides an introduction to chords. In this lesson, you will learn how to read chord charts. David also explains how to play your first eight chords.
David Wallimann teaches six barre chords in this lesson beginning with F major. Get ready for a hand workout!
David walks you through some easy chord progressions and encourages you to make up some of your own.
David Wallimann talks about the importance of rhythm and timing. You will learn the basics of notes, time signatures and measures in this lesson.
David Wallimann goes over some basic rock techniques in this lesson.
David Wallimann provides some tips that will improve both your right and left hand technique.
David Wallimann shows how adding one note to the minor pentatonic scale creates the minor blues scale.
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*Option 4. All the above! :)
Been looking for a finger exercise rutine
David is a great teacher, he really helps the student to understand complex issues in a easy way.
David's very relaxed style of teaching is just what I need to help me relax before practising
Easy to understand and why not its just the beginners series. But I do listen and take everything that each instructor has said as they are here to teach and not to blow smoke on the water. Thanks you all for you're input and insight to all thi
Excellent lesson. Just what I needed.
Great basic lessons for everyone, even after many years of playing, like he said. :)
Great info, delivered really well, great supplementary material.
Stoked! This takes me farther than I expected to go.
Great lesson :0
Great pick tutorial.
This is a lot of useful info. Would have been nicer to get this earlier? Yes. It Would Have Been.
I could probably be considered an intermediate guitarist, but I am mainly self taught and want to make sure I go back and complete 'the basics'; especially regarding music theory.
I like that David explains the 'why' instead of just showing how to play chords.
Interesting idea playing with a more flat finger approach. I'll give that a shot especially with a more distorted sound.
Ive been playing guitar for 39 years 'self taught'. Decided to finally address some of the areas of my technique that Ive never been happy with all these years. This video series, although for beginners, just showed me how to clean up my pickin
More lessons from David!
Yes, I Like Dave's teachings immensely, however, the 3 Licks were completely unclear to me. I read the comments and saw a few people seem to have the same problem. The previous lesson on the pentatonic scale was crystal clear. The Licks lesson
so far i really like him.
Some good extra warm up and dexterity exercises. I've been playing for a while but found this useful even though it is a beginner's exercise.
something clicked for me on this lesson while using the backround track with the pentatonic scale . felt like I was eric Clapton for a minute ...just a minute well more like a quick second ...awesome teacher he gets right to the point . Thanks
This series and the genre lessons of AC DC and the Stones is why I signed up. Perfect. Thank You. David Wallimann's theory lessons are also incredibly useful.
Very thoughtful teaching
very well explain I love this guy, awesome
Very well to under stand him, very good teacher!