.:. Learn the rSoGuitar Method .:.

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Module#1 :: rSoG_1_majorScale

In this rSoGuitar module we explore the fundamentals that will enable you to understand how to play in any given key you like, which is also what all future modules will build on. The focus is on giving you the skills to play all the naturally occuring chords and notes for any given key. If you understand the piano, the rSoGuitar method gives you a way to see and play all the white keys, in terms of both chords and melody. This module focuses strictly on successfully navigating the "legal" notes of the fret board while playing the major scale. As with most rSoGuitar modules, the focus and advantage comes from learning to see with a relativistic approach to chords and soloing, allowing one to navigate the entire fret board with chords and melody without the need for knowing note names as a traditional student would. However, once this module is mastered, this approach actually makes learning the traditional way much easier and more meaningful, if the student wishes to make that connection. If you've tried traditional learning and it hasn't worked for you, or even if it has and you'd like to enhance your understanding in a new and unique way, this could be your opportunity to break through.

Module#2 :: rSoG_2_progressions

In this rSoGuitar module we explore how to use the fundamentals from the first module to build progressions. This module provides the student with a handful of great example progressions and an in-depth discussion on understanding and learning to exploit the natural tendencies of the ear to make progressions that have structure, movement and just really work to create a reliable platform for soloists/vocalists to work over. The example progressions found in this module can also serve as a good place for a beginning student to practice soloing over, as well as to use when jamming, playing chords in support of another soloist or vocalist. Upon mastering the information in this module, students will have the skills to create their own progressions and the concepts they will walk away with are and always will be important for creating progressions, from simple to advanced.

Module#3 :: rSoG_3_arpeggios

In this rSoGuitar module we explore arpeggios. The focus is on how to understand how the intervals found in each of the naturally occuring chords to create landmarks that allow us to see the variety of repeating forms for a chord all across the neck. From understanding intervals, the full palette of chord forms, chord inversions, tapping, sweeping, to what's really important when it comes to phrasing powerfully over chords, the concepts in this chapter are absolutely essential.

Module#4 :: rSoG_4_using_the_family

Once you learn the relative positions of the family members both horizontally and vertically (Re: rSoGuitar_1_majorScale) you will find, as demonstrated with this module, there are an amazing variety of ways to use that knowledge to your advantage. For example, if you're voicing 3rds, this module will show you how easy it is to move anywhere correctly by merely paying attention to the family.

Module#5 :: rSoG_5_harmonicMinor

This module will show you how to alter the major scale by one note to create the harmonic minor scale (and, consequently, all it's modes). In terms of melody, we will examine which sets get altered as well as how the alteration affects the shape of each chord in the family.

Module#6 :: rSoG_6_hungarianMinor

This module will show you how to alter the major scale by one note to create the hungarian minor scale (and, consequently, all it's modes). In terms of melody, we will examine which sets get altered as well as how the alteration affects the shape of each chord in the family.

Module#7 :: rSoG_7_melodicMinor

This module will show you how to alter the major scale by one note to create the melodic minor scale (and, consequently, all it's modes). In terms of melody, we will examine which sets get altered as well as how the alteration affects the shape of each chord in the family.

Module#8 :: rSoG_8_pa_3_4_5_4_b3

In this module we take a look at a simple "jazz" progression (minor home chord) and see how the logic of rSoGuitar allows us to handle key changes and scale changes as well as offering a metaphorical rationale for how and why each change is possible. This is where the real power of this method starts to really show. If you're into expanding your possibilities as a guitarist, this kind of thinking could take you to the next level. The kinds of tricks you learn from jazz don't have to be limited to that genre. You can take these little jewels and throw them into any style of music to create moments that really get your listener's attention.

Module#9 :: rSoG_9_major_chrome_descend

In this module we take a look at another simple "jazz" progression (major home chord) and see how the logic of rSoGuitar allows us to handle key changes and scale changes as well as applying the sort of metaphorical rationale that goes hand-in-hand with the rSoGuitar method for how and why each change is possible. This is where the real power of this method starts to really show. If you're into expanding your possibilities as a guitarist, this kind of thinking could take you to the next level. The kinds of tricks you learn from jazz don't have to be limited to that genre. You can take these little jewels and throw them into any style of music to create moments that really get your listener's attention.