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ChristopherSchlegel
Guitar Tricks Instructor
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ChristopherSchlegel
Guitar Tricks Instructor
Joined: 08/09/05
Posts: 8,428
02/23/2022 12:50 pm

Hey & welcome to GT!

Originally Posted by: aliasmaximus

I've looked around a bit and it appears that the fundamental courses and all levels of advanced genre based courses are taught by the same instructor - Anders Mouridson. I must be missing something.[/quote]

There are 3 primary categories of tutorials on GT.

1. Core Learning System. This is an integrated step by step curriculum of lessons that start at absolute beginner. The idea here is to isolate & streamline the cirriculum all in one step-by-step process.

There are 3 versions of the Fundamentals courses. Anders is the most recently published. Lisa did the previous version, which you can find by clicking on the button Old Course With Lisa under the landing page video. Or here are the direct links.

Lisa GF1

https://www.guitartricks.com/course.php?input=fundamentals1lisa

Lisa GF2

https://www.guitartricks.com/course.php?input=fundamentals2lisa

Mine is the oldest set.

Old GF1

https://www.guitartricks.com/course.php?input=guitarfundamentals1v1(discontinued)

Old GF2

https://www.guitartricks.com/course.php?input=fundamentals2(discontinued)

If you beyond the fundamental stages, you might enjoy material from one of the Style courses.

https://www.guitartricks.com/experienced.php

2. Song Catalog. This is all the songs GT has the secured the rights to teach.

https://www.guitartricks.com/songs.php

3. Instructor Directories. These are more specialized topics, sometimes organized in sub-categories. You can view the instructors & their specialties here.

https://www.guitartricks.com/instructors.php

For example, I have over a thousand lesson on various topics, organized by topic or focus. In general, these are for diving deeper into any given concept or technique. They are not necessary per se to the streamlined core learning system, but will help once a student develops more interest in a certain style or technique.

https://www.guitartricks.com/instructor.php?input=155014

For example, if you want to know more about improvisation I have this collection of tutorials.

https://www.guitartricks.com/collection/learning-to-improvise

If you want to learn how to play every major & minor triad & inversion all over the fretboard. I have this collection of tutorials.

https://www.guitartricks.com/collection/triads-and-inversions

If you want to dive deeper into finger picking, you'll find a lot of that in the acoustic course, and also in Lisa's directory. Scroll down about halfway & you'll see a big category of fingerpicking from beginner to intermediate.

https://www.guitartricks.com/instructor.php?input=311296

If you have a question about a certain topic, or how to do some skill, please ask! The GT database of lessons is enormous! That's one reason the forum is here, to help you find the resources you desire.

[quote=aliasmaximus]I can read music (both standard notation and tabs) and really dig blues. I can play a lot of chords (open and barre) but pretty weak on theory. Any suggestions on where to jump in?

This collection of tutorials is focused on music theory.

https://www.guitartricks.com/collection/music-theory

Other than that, it depends on your skill level & goals. What can you already do? What can't you do that you want to learn? What kind of music do you want to play?

If you post more detailed info about your situation, then I can try to point you in the right direction. Hope that helps!


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