The Basic Daily Guitar Lessons Routine, is a unique system in guitar theory efficiency, for beginner guitar students to advanced level guitarists.
For the beginner student, it’s a logical next step after learning the string names, the notes on the guitar and perhaps a few chords.
For the intermediate guitar player, it represents something more than just learning a riff of a favorite song and a couple basic power chords. It fills in the gaps that are generally missing, in the understanding of basic chords, scales and arpeggios theory.
Even the advanced player, can find great benefits in having a routine to practice, for mastering the basics and understanding how all the elements of guitar, interact and relate to each other, through the fundamentals of music theory.
Each day, this free basic version of the Daily Guitar Lesson Routines, deliver 10 basics theory exercises to practice. Every day of the week and each month of the year, the lessons change automatically. Each day of the week the elements may repeat or shift position. In this free version, the lessons repeat four times a month, to help with memorization. In 12 months (or less) the student will know the basic guitar mode scales, chords and arpeggios, in every key over the entire fret board and understand how they all relate and work with each other.
In the full edition of the Daily Guitar Lesson Routines, there are many more lessons, charts and facts. It is ideal, for the students who are ready to take there guitar theory knowledge, to the next level.
Right now this free version is being used as a beta test for the full version, so please let me know (at any address below) if you see any errors or inconsistencies and tell me what you would like to see in the full version.
"The Mode of the Day" & "The Key of the Month" practice system, featured in the beginner section of GuitarBasics.com, was original created by Kirk Malay in the 1990's. This system became the foundation for the educational software of the same name. The software title made it debut public appearance by being a featured product for the Rock & Roll Society booth at the National Association of Music Merchants (N.A.M.M.) trade show in California. Since then the daily guitar lessons system has become an increasingly popular and a vital part of many beginner guitar students practice routines.
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