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Introduction To Fingerstyle Guitar

The Fundamentals of Solo Guitar Fingerpicking

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Learn the magic of solo fingerstyle guitar with this unique and efficient method.

This course walks you through getting a thorough understanding of what it takes to play solo fingerstyle guitar at a very high level.

The fundamentals are what separate the professionals from the amateurs. We could all learn how to play something by being told what notes to play, but this course shows you the core concepts and the underlying principles behind how to actually internalize and master fingerstyle playing. What you learn here will apply to every other fingerstyle or solo guitar piece of music you ever play!

The material in this course can't be found anywhere else. It's not from a book, it's not from a typical learning approach that you could stumble upon elsewhere. It's from teaching students in real life for over fifteen years and figuring out what works the best, how to teach someone effectively, and how to get exciting outcomes the fastest.

If you've taken any other courses by Jared, you know that he teaches you how to truly understand something and speak the language of music on the guitar in a way that sticks, rather than showing you another song or rote pattern. Jared's excitement and enthusiasm for teaching, learning, and playing will leave you inspired, and you'll see immediate results from the exercises he has designed.

Hear from a student who recently enrolled:

"I have been working on fingerpicking since 1997 and was still looking for an answer on how to put it all together — until I found this course. It's just a great program! Jared has answered all the questions that I’ve been asking since I started and now he is sharing it with the world." — John B.


 

What you'll learn in this course:


☑️ The essential right hand techniques for a more secure, consistent, controlled, and expressive sound

☑️ Four of the most popular fingerpicking guitar patterns

☑️ A little known secret for how to transition between chords to make them clean and relaxed

☑️ How to play multiple parts at once on the guitar

☑️ How to practice fingerpicking patterns to hear the bass and melody as separate parts

☑️ How to play alternating bass lines while playing chords

☑️ How to think of chords in a unique way

☑️ How to improvise melodies while playing chords with fingerpicking patterns

☑️ How to improvise melodies while maintaining a constant bass line

☑️ A fancy chord progression that uses secondary dominant chords (and sounds awesome)

☑️ How to palm mute bass lines in a fingerpicking pattern

☑️ How to turn any song or melody into a solo fingerstyle guitar arrangement

☑️ And more!

Follow along easily with on-screen graphics and thorough demonstrations of each exercise at close up angles

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Your purchase is risk free! We’re confident that this course will provide immense value to your guitar playing and musicianship. However, if you decide after enrolling that it’s not the right fit for you, for any reason, just contact us within the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund. :)

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Your Instructor


Jared Borkowski
Jared Borkowski

Jared Borkowski is a guitarist from Seattle who has been teaching and playing professionally for over fifteen years. He has performed and recorded with artists such as Macklemore, Stewart Copeland of The Police, Allen Stone, and Ben Smith of Heart. Jared holds a degree in Jazz Studies from the University of Washington School of Music where he also extensively studied classical guitar performance, music theory, and composition. To learn more about Jared and his teaching practice, check out his website called North Seattle Guitar Lessons.