Welcome to the ‘POWER CHORDS 101’ course. Thank you for testing the course!
It’s a rather big course, so I’ll be sending the course in chunks. Can you please provide feedback after every chunk?
Could you give me feedback on the following points?
1. is it fun?
2. are the instructions clear?
3. do the lessons follow up nicely?
4. are there any big jumps in level between the lessons?
5. What could be improved?
You can email the check points and feedback to email@example.com
00 – introduction
01 – TAB reading
OPEN POWER CHORDS
02 – open power chords pt 1
03 – open power chords pt 2
check point 1
FRETTED POWER CHORDS
04 – fretted power chords
05 – play them everywhere!
check point 2: fretted power chords
06 – sliding & jumping
07 – muting technique
08- string transition
DROP TUNING POWER CHORDS
09 – things drop tuning
10 – practice those dropped power chords!
DEAR MOTHER – SYMBIOSE
11 – symbiose demonstration
12 – symbiose song & TAB scan
13 – symbiose tutorial 1 – chorus
14 – symbiose tutorial 2 – bridge
15 – symbiose backing track (drop D)
check point 3: play symbiose!
BONUS: MUSIC THEORY
16 – understanding power chords
Final questions after completing the entire course:
1. would you recommend this course?
2. Could you rate the course 1/10?
3. any other feedback, questions or suggestions?
GOOD LUCK and thank in advance!
Ps. feel free to reach out to me at any point
When playing metal or rock you will be playing power chords in every song. Power chords are an essential and therefore worthy of a course on its own.
In this course you’re going to learn how to play open power chords, fretted power chords, multiple techniques, drop tuned power chords and eventually you’re going to play a song to test your skills.
In the previous course you’ve already seen the ‘TAB READING’ instruction video. This is the 2nd video in the course so important for the order (might be sold as a stand alone course). Feel free to skip 🙂
Open Power Chords pt I
Power chords are ‘powerful sounding chords’ and used when playing electric guitar.
In this lesson we’re going to check out the ‘open’ power chords on three strings played from string 6 and 5.
Once you got the chords down. Use the backing track (mp3) to practice the exercise. It’s good practice to play along with drums to keep you in time and to make the exercises more ‘musical’. Good luck!
Open Power Chords pt II
In this lesson we’re going to include the open power chord from string 4.
Once you got the chords down, use the backing track to practice the chords. Good luck!
CHECK POINT 1
Make a video of yourself whilst playing open power chord exercise 2.
Please send it over with the course feedback and then I’ll send you the next chapters.