Strum Your Guitar Like A Boss
…without using “canned” STRUM PATTERNS.
The Pros know this and so should YOU!
FREE GUIDE: Learn the 5 Steps for Creating your own, unique, Strumming-Patterns so that you can strum like a boss…then all you songs will stop sounding the same.
When you look down on your fretboard what do you see? Is it strings and frets and shapes and where to put your fingers? Or do you see a coherent arrangement of notes and intervals? Or maybe BOTH!
Rhythm is easily the most important tool that turns sound into music. Still, it’s one of the least taught skills for guitarists. The general belief is you either have “it” or you don’t…This is BS! If you want to play music you need rhythm skills.
The Most Meaningful
…your excellent melding of the technical and artistic is for me, and I suspect a great number of others, the most meaningful instruction to be had.
Thank you so very much for all you have taught me steve. I would never have turned into the guitar player I am right now if it were not for your teaching. Three years ago when I came desperately looking for advice with my jazz band charts I would never have imagined what I could possibly do with the guitar…I have expanded my horizons of guitar playing, composition and even my musical taste and for that I am forever thankful.
Stephen is able to take complex subjects and explain them clearly to students at all levels of musical knowledge and playing ability. Moreover, he helps students use what they learn to actually make music.
Reid and his sister Morgan have been taking lessons since June. Stephen is a great teacher; he understands what they need to be challenged and inspired. We respect his talent, skill and knowledge. He can offer so much to anyone wishing to learn guitar or add to their guitar playing skills. You Rock, Steve!!
To be honest, I wasn’t sure what I needed to learn, but knew that Stephen had been highly recommended and I didn’t want to blow this opportunity…. Understanding the theory behind the music, gave me the freedom to explore the whole neck of my guitar, and awakened my appetite for composing melodies. I credit Stephen with “getting me hooked”on making music! Many thanks to you Stephen!