SpyTunes' Guitar Education Services
SpyTunes have created a system designed to "reveal how the guitar works as an instrument."
By looking at how popular music has been written on the guitar, SpyTunes have developed a scale theory called "The Guitar Conspiracy" and a practice routine called "The Self Eliminating Practice Routine". Together they explain how music works from the guitar's perspective. SpyTunes has been under development for almost 2 years, according to the company, and with the launch of the new site it now offers its users:
- A complete practice scheme, from beginner to guitar guru standard.
- 50 popular songs analysed through video lessons, linked to a system called DIY TAB.
- In SpyTv you can learn more about the people behind the tunes that have shaped our time. Including video performances and biographies.
- HD video for all 650 video lessons. Covering chords, scales, arpeggios, and demonstrations of concepts and tunes.
- A growing community of guitar players learning how to play the guitar as an instrument rather than from muscle memory.
- "The Guitar Conspiracy", a 335 page guide to how the guitar has shaped popular music harmonically.
- You will get access to the forum where you can discuss your playing with other users and ask The Guitar Guru anything guitar related.
- You can also upload videos of yourself playing for the community "to have a look at your individual development."
For more visit spytunes.co.uk.
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