Learn to play a beautiful Hawaiian waltz twice! Played once through fingerstyle, then strummed.
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This arrangement for “Everlong” is broken into a few sections: Riff (intro/outro), Verse, Pre-Chorus, and Chorus. I mainly took inspiration from the acoustic version played by Dave Grohl, thus I would recommend giving it a listen before you begin learning this song.
Giggity! Family Guy is definitely one of the coolest TV theme’s around!
Combining elements of the original recording with a live orchestral performance, this arrangement encompasses the beauty behind George Michael’s brilliant songwriting.
I composed this etude for the beginner fingerstyle player. This song utilizes a four finger approach.
In this etude, you’ll learn a cute sounding melody that is played with a swung rhythmic feel.
In this ukulele etude, you will be working to develop precision in your right hand picking and strumming attack. As our focal point is on the right hand, the piece itself is a bluesy inspired 3 chord jam.
In this etude, you will learn and use the Gypsy Major scale to create an exotic Eastern sound.
This etude is jam-packed with concepts and playing techniques that will help the beginner player transition to the intermediate level.
In this etude, you will learn a syncopated strumming pattern that will not only challenge you rhythmically, but will also help towards increasing reach in your left hand pinky.
Learn an eerie sounding fingerstyle etude that combines tritones, diminished chords, and the whole tone scale to create a Halloween-esque vibe.
In this ukulele and u-bass duet, you’ll learn an upbeat Bluegrass melody that serves as an excellent practice for developing speed with hammer-ons and pull-offs.
In this etude, you’ll learn how to subtly use dynamics to create a significant emotional impact.
This cute sounding etude will help you develop these two concepts: playing with a swung rhythm and playing eighth note triplets.
This etude will help you conquer two types of chords that are difficult to play: barre chords and stretch chords.