Excellent lesson Andrew , this is top notch stuff for any beginning guitar player!
great lesson and concept.
Again, great lesson Andrew, this is quality stuff and essential for every beginner to see.
PS Why didn't you make these back when I was starting??
Wow, wished I had this when I started.
Awesome!! Cool to see Andrew on "The Big Screen"
Very nice Andrew for beginners!
In video nr 3, in the text section, you have accidentely (I suppose) put box 5 instead of box 1.
Keep this serie going!
I really wish that I had these when I first started, but I'm glad others will get that opportunity. Great lessons, Andrew!
Great lesson, this is a must know for every beginner out there!
Great series, very useful stuff Andrew !
very useful stuff Andrew!! Excellent for any beginning guitar player!!
ABSOLUTELY useful stuff Andrew,thanks!!
very good lesson Andrew.helpful
Nice lessons, good job Andrew
Very usefull stuff!
Thanks a lot guys!!!
@Dexxter - well spotted thanks - I have uploaded corrected graphics and I think the lesson will be re-published shortly.
Very useful Andrew! Great job!
Very useful for any beginner! I'm sure a lot of people will gain a lot from these series.
Great lesson Andrew
Andrew we needed this here. Keep the series coming this is great
Top concept Andrew,bravo !
Great Job Andrew
Cool backing too
Very nice lessons.
good job Andrew,i wish id had these when i first started....one thing i was wondering is...what is the advanced level speed for the 1st position pentatonic pattern....ive never heard anyone play it at a super fast speed,and even tho i can play very fast..ive never been super fast at playing pentatonic 2 note patterns....hope that all makes sense....im sure a lot of guys have thought the same thing....3 and 4 notes per string are loads easier for me,super fast....thanks
Hey, what's the name of that metronome program in video 4?
Btw, love your theory board and your vids too .
Awesome lesson, Andrew ! I especially liked the way you faded into the video at the beginning !
i don't know why i feel scales are very boring..i want to memories them but, they all sound the same along with notes names and chords!
Perfect lesson! thanks Andrew, I've been a few years "learning" guitar without guidance. I just needed this lessons!! Scales is the answer to my prayers!
I've been playing guitar for > 30 years and haven't a clue about this sort of stuff. Trying to get my head around it now. Cheers
All I am getting is an introductory video but no further demonstration of anything,
What does it mean "to practice a scale"? Is going up and down is enough? I do not know how to improvize yet.
Sunlord - yes that is definitely a first step.
You could practice scale going from root note to root note.
Here is how I recommend you approach learning new scales: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Jam-Sc...e-Memorisation/