Hey, Neil here.
Do you ever feel like some of your favorite songs seem too complicated to learn or out of your skill level to play?
Do you wish you could have a repertoire of popular song favorites at your fingertips to play for yourself or for friends every time you pick up the guitar?
What if I could show you how to play all of your favorites from artists like CCR, The Beatles, Dylan, Van Morrison, Prince, and more by only having to learn 4-chords?
Would you want to know how?
I remember when I picked up the guitar for the first time.
I wanted to learn how to play just like some of my guitar inspirations. I loved the idea of being able to rock out like John Renbourn, John Fahey, and Jorma Kaukonen.
The only trouble was learning and progressing was a lot harder than I thought.
I got bogged down with too much information and trying to learn too many things. It was hard to sift through all the information.
I got distracted by all the "right ways" to strum, hold the pick, learn chords, proper theory, etc that I got further away from why I started...
Most of my students over the years have told me they have been challenged by the same thing.
It can be daunting as a beginner or intermediate guitar player to listen to your favorites and be able to play them with ease right away.
Sometimes there is overly complex chord progressions, key signatures, and strumming patterns that require hours and hours of googling or learning just to play one section.
It can be frustrating and time consuming to actually learn one song and then accumulate a repertoire of songs that you feel comfortable playing for that reason.
Until now that is...