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Real Guitar Live #34 | Q & A Guitar Lesson

Real Guitar Live #34 | Q & A Guitar Lesson

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Learning to play guitar is an exciting and rewarding journey. If you’re a beginner guitar player you probably have more questions than answers. You’re not alone in this! And that’s exactly why we have these monthly live Q&A sessions. We do these live sessions on the first Tuesday of every month to answer any and all of your questions you have about learning the...

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Real Guitar Live #33 | Learn Guitar Q & A

Real Guitar Live #33 | Learn Guitar Q & A

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Welcome to Real Guitar Live #33. I hope this finds you well and healthy. These Live Q&A sessions are always full of really great questions and discussions. In a time where we have to keep physical distance from each other, it’s nice to be able to have an hour of guitar-centric community. We have a lot of great questions on tap today. From barre chords and...

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Real Guitar Live #32 | Something Different…

Real Guitar Live #32 | Something Different…

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Summary:Welcome to Real Guitar Live! It’s going to be just me from my home studio today. We have a lot of great questions to go through so let’s dive right in. Check out the timestamps for the questions to skip ahead.If you’d like to be contacted for the next Q&A live, be sure to join the mailing list at https://www.tomasmichaud.com/about-me/  [2:34] 1) Is it...

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Real Guitar Live #31 | Learn these Essential Chord Patterns NOW

Real Guitar Live #31 | Learn these Essential Chord Patterns NOW

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In this Live Training, we talked about a subject that changed the way I learned guitar… chord patterns. When songwriters are creating songs, the chords they use aren’t random. In fact, there are several patterns known as common chord progressions that songwriters use. You’ll see these in 70% of popular music (at least!).Why learn these patterns? It will help...

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Real Guitar Live #30 | Creating A Practice Plan

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One thing a lot of musicians struggle with is finding a good practice routine. They set time aside, pick up their instrument, but have no idea what to play. This can be frustrating and actually slow down progress. Maybe this is something you can relate to. Setting up a good practice routine is surprisingly easy (and quick!). You can develop one that’s perfect...

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