Tammy Guitar Lesson 6: Exploring Scales, Exploring Chords & Capos…

Tammy Guitar Lesson 6: Exploring Scales, Exploring Chords & Capos...

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In this Lesson 6 for Tammy, we follow up on last weeks work and then we get stuck into using The Major Scale for basic improvisation, how to explore (and not be afraid) of trying new chords and also a look at creative capo work!
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17 comments

  1. Not completely clear on what pick to use. I am learning on both electric and acoustic. What type/thickness is best for chord strumming on either and what's best for playing scales etc? Many thanks. Learning so much watching these videos as a backup to the online course.

  2. Tammy must have gone bye, bye..

  3. 2:21
    Justin : what note we are gonna start on?
    Tammy : (plays the note)

    Tammy is very funny and has good sense of humour.
    Keep learning ! Have fun !

  4. choochoochooseyou

    Ok, making G chords out of other shapes lost me completely.

  5. Six people actually voted thumbs down on this excellent session. Probably a bunch of trumpet players.

  6. Anyone know why justin so adamant on playing with a pick? I learned to play with a pick and it's great but for the past 3,4 years I've been playing with my fingers and barely ever use a pick. Is that a bad thing and should I play with a pick more often? I just prefer the sound and feel of playing with fingers

  7. Blind Back Dupree

    This is a great series. Thanks.

  8. Justin's beginner course is great. Picked up the guitar at 51. Playing for not quite 6 months yet. Doing the 1 minute changing with the f chord now. These videos with Tammy are awesome. It's just so personal. I can relate and do the same lessons as what shes being taught.

  9. Such a pleasure to watch these lessons with Tammy. You couldn't ask for a better student! I know these are guitar lessons, but I'm hoping we'll get to hear Tammy sing sometime soon. She has a really nice voice and I can only imagine that her singing is beatifull

  10. the best youtube guitar teacher ❤

  11. I love how there isnt adds!!!!!!! Must-donate once im done with my uni degree indeed!

  12. To add to the discussion about the arrow on Justins arm, There's a great track on the "Buffalo Springfield Again" album called "Broken Arrow", and as Justin is a fan of the band I thought it may be a reference to this.

  13. Although I'm well ahead of the beginner stage in my guitar learning, I can't help watching these Tammy video lessons, they are so refreshing and inspiring. Thank you Justin and, of course, Tammy.

  14. I said it last lesson and I'll say it again. Why didn't Justin start Tammy on a simple minor pentatonic scale first? His courses do it that way but not here ?

  15. Is that maple top and side?

  16. Glad to see you revisit the Backbeat. I'm still working through that one too.

  17. Charlotte Atwood

    Thanks for sharing. I'm a newbie and really needing that stretching exercise.

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