Gary Heimbauer – SOLOING FOR COMPLETE BEGINNERS
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SOLOING FOR COMPLETE BEGINNERS A Less is More & Ear-Based Approach to Delicious Riff Making
(To see the Course Trailer video, click “Watch Promo” above.)
Are any of these statements about you true?
You are afraid of going out on your own.
You want to solo but have no idea where to begin or what notes to play.
Your soloing is either completely random, or you’re just repeating the same thing.
You’re tired of being boxed in and want to develop your own voice.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, this course is for you.
You’ll discover an ear-based approach to soloing that will unleash your creativity and give you the courage to improvise.
Even though you’ll be playing by ear, all of the notes I play will be shown on a virtual fretboard so you can see the patterns on the guitar (check out the promo video above to see this).
People are stating the following about this system:
“Today I completed the Less is More unit. It was very simple, but my, the things we can achieve with only a few of notes. I was completely unaware! And, as you can see in the vids, you play first, followed by me. It’s entertaining!” -André G.
Thank you very much for your innovative approach to online music teaching.
I’ve never seen something like this before.
This is entirely interactive virtual 3 and 4 dimensional active tablature that is far easier to learn than face-to-face tuition.
– Mr. Robert T.
This has been the best way for me to study, particularly as a visual learner. Thank you for your thoroughness. Angelique Samblatte
What You Will Discover:
Just a few pointers on how to make nice licks
How to Form a Strong Bond Between Your Ear and Your Guitar
How to Recognize Simple Licks By Ear
How to construct a solo using several sets of notes
How to employ slides, vibrato, and bending to convey emotion to your playing.
How to make a transaction – another soloist (me):D
To play quicker, learn how to apply tactics such as hammer ons and pull offs.
How to Increase Speed and Practice Creatively and Efficiently
How to Use the Pentatonic Scale’s First and Second Shapes with the Blues Scale
How to practice and apply popular scale patterns
How to solo in any key over any tune
What You Will Discover:
We’ll start basic in this exciting interactive course where you’ll be playing nonstop. First, we’ll jam on a single note, concentrating on developing cool rhythms and getting into the groove. We’ll progressively add additional notes until you’re comfortable playing your own creative riffs on several guitar strings. Each new segment will begin with me displaying some “repeat after me” ideas to a background track, but it will soon be your chance to create your own riffs.
“The most typical barrier to soloing is becoming trapped in your analytical thinking. This training will help you get out of your thoughts and into the music!” -Pow Music Founder Gary Heimbauer
Once you’ve mastered a few notes at a time, and then a few strings at a time, you’ll be able to use the entire pentatonic scale and the “House of Blues” extension – my absolute favorite area to rip a blistering solo! You’ll also learn some fantastic guitar skills to make your guitar sing and bring your musical ideas to life! Sliding, bending, vibrato, hammer ons, and pull offs are all examples of this.
In addition, you’ll discover how to practice what you’re learning in a way that allows you to improve your technique and musicality as rapidly as possible.
There will also be lots of chances for you to truly get into your own creative zone, such as in the “Guided Solo Game” and “The Last Pair” activity, where you’ll write your own song!
What Makes This Course Special?
Instead of a bunch of anxiety-producing information overload, we start with music production in this course so you don’t get caught in your brain. Once you’re comfortable being musical – some very easy music generating tasks – we’ll progress at a natural pace, gradually expanding your comfort zone. We’ll get to the theoretical and technical details eventually, but that’s secondary. The emphasis of this course is on making you feel at ease with being creative and expressing yourself, so that when you get to the technical elements, they may assist you rather than impede you.
What Does Enrollment Include?
17 video lessons organized into five parts
10 jam track play-along videos
20 drum tracks in diverse genres and BPMs
Each lesson includes blog-style practice hints and recommendations.
Free fifteen minutes 1 on 1 Gary’s Lesson (details for booking in first section of course)
Private Facebook group access and live office hours
TEACHERS OF CLASSROOM MUSIC:
A multi-unit print curriculum with important questions, long-term understandings, goals, methods, National Arts Standards alignment, rubrics, and evaluations!
Scroll down to see the course description!
Are you ready to take the stage?
Let’s get started!
If you’re ready to compose music like me, join up using the link below, and I’ll see you soon.
Gary founded Pow Music, an education firm dedicated to assisting artists in developing their craft, staying inspired, and sharing their music. Prior to that, he worked at Little Kids Rock for almost two years as the National Training Manager and subsequently as the Director of Curriculum. He was also a tenured public school band and general music teacher for three years in Queens, New York. He has a Master’s Degree in Music Education from Columbia University and has been professionally playing guitar for over 13 years. In addition, he has taught and/or written curriculum for guitartricks.com, Musopia Apps, and Ibanez Guitars.
“My primary objective is to enable pupils to discover and express their unique musical voice.” Gary Heimbauer’s
Visit powmusic.co to learn more about Gary.
Curriculum of the Course
What You Should Know Before You Begin
What you should know before you begin!
Introductory Video for the Course (2:06)
More is less.
Samba in One Note (6:36)
Slide to Number Five (4:40)
Two Notes for Tommy (8:39)
Having Fun – Four (8:14)
Four More to Investigate (7:59)
Part 2 of four: Long, Short, and Slides (8:05)
Two Creative Obstacles
Solo Game with Guidance (8:47)
Riff on the lowest two strings, the blue note (7:03)
The Whole Scale, Hammer Ons, and Pull Offs
A Minor Pentatonic 1st Shape on the Whole Scale (6:39)
Speed and Patterns (9:28)
Hammer-Ons (3:48) (3:48)
Pull-Offs (2:56) (2:56)
Bending and Vibrato in the House of Blues
The Blues House (5:57)
Inside and Outside the Home (6:41)
Bending (6:49) (6:49)
Vibrato (5:19) (5:19)
Congratulations and Good Luck!
You succeeded! To summarize.. (1:37)
How to Apply What You’ve Learned – ANY Song in ANY Key
Now comes the 2.5 Shapes and Beyond!! (Next, watch these videos)
Final Project and Challenge for Extra Credit
Drum Tracks for Practice
Resources for Teachers
Lesson Plans, Core Activities and Best Practices
Worksheets and assessments
1 Page Curriculum Cheat Sheet
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