This course will examine one of the most common harmonic moves in pop and rock music: the vi IV chord progression. The entire course will focus on the theoretical key of D which yields a Bm to G chord vamp.
You will learn how to think vertically by utilizing arpeggios as a framework to articulate each chord change which will serve you in both your rhythm and lead guitar situations. The course information will then build on top of these arpeggios by presenting the modes for each chord.
You will be given guidelines for chord voicings and single note lines and will learn how to visualize information through various layouts on the fingerboard. You will also receive jam tracks with both a B pedal tone in the bass and a Bm to G bass line. These will be presented in a number of different rhythmic feels and tempos both with and without rhythm guitar.