For intermediate guitarists who are ready to become “advanced”

Learn how to take your electric guitar playing to new heights with over 26 video lessons, downloadable backing tracks, PDFs with tabs, original songs, and more

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Elevate Your Electric Guitar Playing

Learn to play by “feel,” develop your ear, and play more expressively than
ever before

From the Studio of Paul Davids
Rotterdam, The Netherlands

I remember when things on the electric guitar really started to “click” for me.

At the time, I was already pretty comfortable with basics like chords and scales, I could play in a variety of different styles, and with practice I was able to nail some more challenging solos.

But even though I was having lots of fun, I still wasn’t able to play as fluently or as expressively as I wanted.

When I listened to more experienced players, there was still something “more” in their playing compared to my own, though I couldn’t really put my finger on exactly what I was missing.

However, eventually I discovered the missing pieces that transformed my playing.

From that time on, things started to come together in a way that made me see my guitar in a whole new light.

For example, the pentatonic scale was no longer just a simple scale to me, but it became a springboard for unlimited creativity.

I began to understand how things like tone, intonation, vibrato, phrasing, and articulation are just as important as playing the right notes.

And I finally saw how keys, chords, and scales relate to each other and could be brought together to add a new dimension to my playing – without giving it too much thought.

I began to feel at home, no matter where on the neck I was playing, and my playing became so much more natural – the notes weren’t guided by knowledge, but by “feel,” and by ear.

And I eventually experienced freedom and expression in my playing that I never knew I had in me.

But although I was ultimately able to reach this place in my playing, there were many times along the way when I wondered if I would ever get there.

At times I wondered, “what am I missing, that so many others seem to understand?”

And if you’ve been playing guitar for a while, you might have had this feeling too…


When Great Playing Feels Just Out of Reach

If you’re a guitarist with some experience under your belt, you already have a sense for what truly great playing is like.

You’ve heard it in the playing of John Mayer, David Gilmour, or Mark Knopfler, who can inspire us or move us to tears with what from the outside might look like just a simple scale or melody.

You know how their playing, along with so many singer-songwriters, draws us in because it tells a story – their tone and note choice conveys just the right feel, they create extraordinary solos from seemingly basic scales, and they know exactly how much or how little tension to add to each phrase.

But you also know how elusive that level of playing can feel at times. And instead of expressive freedom, the following might sound more familiar:

  • You might be able to play through a famous solo and hit all of the notes and rhythms, but feel like something is still missing
  • You might find that your mind is so concentrated on the technical aspects of playing, you’re not able to relax and lose yourself in the music as you’ve always dreamed of doing
  • Or, you might feel stuck playing within a particular key or scale, and wish you could break free from limitations in order to express yourself more fluently through your music

These roadblocks are ones that every ambitious guitarist – including me – has encountered.

And at times they might make us wonder if another level of playing, guided by ear and feel, is actually feasible… and if we have what it takes to get there.

But the good news is that you might be closer to overcoming them than you think.

Because developing more freedom on the guitar is something every guitarist can do.

You just need to know how to approach it…


How to Make Your Playing “Click”

Many players believe that becoming a great guitarist involves purely technical development like playing with amazing speed, mastering ever more complicated solos, or learning exotic scales – and there was a time when I also shared this mindset.

But over the 15 years of my professional guitar career, I have realized that playing with confidence and freedom has nothing to do with having the fastest fingering or the fanciest picking.

Because the key to beautiful playing isn’t in your hands alone…

It’s in what you focus on, the decisions you make, and how you think about a song.

And there are two key skills that are particularly essential for becoming a more expressive guitar player.

When used together, these skills can allow you to understand exactly what a song needs in order to sound great, and to let your ear be your guide in bringing music from inside your head to the fretboard.

While these two skills might initially seem like opposites, in combination they are the key to getting one step closer to “great” playing:

1. Zoom out to see the big picture


Rather than just focusing on landing the right notes, the greatest players know how to zoom out and see the big picture of everything happening in a song.

You can begin to do this by asking yourself questions like:

  • “What is the function of the guitar in this piece of music?”
  • “What is the key of the song, and what notes and techniques can I use to tell a great story?”
  • “What approach does this chord progression ask for?”

At first, it might not be easy to answer these questions for yourself – maybe you’ve never even asked these questions before – but with practice you will learn to get better at seeing a song as a whole.

By repeatedly stepping back to see the big picture, you’ll get better at making musical decisions with confidence, like knowing which notes create tension, which scales and arpeggios might sound the best, and how much space you should leave between notes and phrases.

Ultimately, you’ll be able to play with more freedom and expression, knowing your playing will make the song or track you are working sound even better.


2. Zoom in to add the magic


While it’s important to be able to see the big picture in a song, you also need to practice zooming in – which eventually will allow you to add the details that can transform your playing.

Because by fine-tuning the small stuff, we bring life and emotion to a song.

For example, you can make even a simple melody fascinating by adding the right amount of vibrato in just the right place, dialing in the perfect tone for the job, or using dynamics and phrasing to keep the listener tuned in.

To build this skill, it actually does help to practice some technique. However, it’s not about getting fancy; it’s about working toward mastering the core techniques every player – or pro – should know.

Things like fingerpicking, vibrato, bending, spread triads, intervals, embellishments, and percussive elements are just some of the core techniques that can add the “magic” to your music.

And as you become more comfortable with these techniques, you’ll be able to intuitively use them in your playing to add a little “spice” and make each note or phrase sound more meaningful and expressive.

For example, even when you play just a simple chord progression, there are so many little things that you can do to make everything sound much more captivating. You can play some embellishments with a lot of vibrato to make them stand out, or play some staccato notes with a few muted ghost notes in between, or decorate chords with a subtle grace note in front.

It’s all about finding the best choices that match the mood you’re trying to create.

As you try out different techniques to bring life to the song, you’ll begin to intuitively know what works, and you’ll be able to relax and play more and more by feel.


The better you get at “zooming in” and “zooming out,” the more consistently you’ll be able to bring an expressive sound to even the most basic chord progressions.

And you’ll be able to make every note you play more meaningful, knowing what each song needs in order to really shine.

But what’s the best way to practice this?


Cultivating Your Growth as a Guitarist

Even though you’ve probably used many helpful practice techniques over time, it will take something more than familiar habits, creative noodling, or learning some songs from tabs to move you toward this more advanced level of playing…

And unlike the past when you learned the fundamentals of guitar, you’ll want to move beyond focusing on purely technical exercises.

Instead, you’ll need a strategic approach where you get to practice playing by feel, building confidence in improvising, and developing your ear.

This means you will need guidance, not just about what to play, but about how and why to play it, so you can develop an intuitive sense for creating music that sounds amazing.

That’s why I decided to create a course to be this guide for you. It will help you cultivate the skills you need in order to play expressively by “feel” – and by ear – with more freedom and confidence than ever before.

In the course, I’ll show you how to zoom out and see songs as a whole so you can understand the big picture of whatever you’re playing.

And I’ll show you how to zoom in and dig into the details of a song, so you can bring it to life with the musical elements that turn simple scales into great music.

And along the way we’ll hone the techniques every guitar player should know – like fingerpicking, adding a beautiful vibrato, playing with the right tone, knowing different voicings on the entire neck, modern bending techniques, and more – so you can feel confident using them in songs as you develop your own voice on the guitar.

Following this guide, you’ll find that your playing has evolved into something “more” than it was before.

You’ll begin to feel more at home with your guitar, knowing intuitively how to navigate your way on the fretboard and transfer the ideas from your head to the guitar.

And you’ll be able to create something beautiful from even the simplest chords or melodies by combining the elements we practice in the course.

And eventually, you’ll find that your guitar playing begins to “click” in the same way it did for me so many years ago – so you can relax and let your music take on a life of its own.


Hi, I’m Paul Davids

I’ve got a music degree in guitar from Rotterdam Conservatory, and I’ve spent over a decade teaching private guitar lessons to students of all ages and styles.

These days, I share my love of guitar with people all over the world through my YouTube channel, with over 3 million subscribers.

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Five years ago, I created my first online guitar course, and was blown away by the number of people who found it helpful. Since that time, I’ve created several other bestselling courses, including Next Level Playing and Acoustic Adventure.

With this newest course, I want to help intermediate players elevate their electric guitar playing and tap into a deeper level of musical expression than ever before.



My course for intermediate guitarists who are ready to become more advanced – designed to help you elevate your electric guitar playing so you can confidently play by feel, improvise more intuitively, and play more expressively than ever before.

Learn Through Playing

As you play your way through this course, you’ll learn how to turn even the most fundamental scales and chord progressions into beautiful music.

In each lesson, I’ll guide you through the process of creating beautiful music, from the “zoomed out” level where we consider the overall flow and feel of each original song in the course, down to the “zoomed in” space where the smallest technical details bring life to the music.

I’ll help you develop a thoughtful listening approach that will guide you toward a more fluent and natural playing style. And, we’ll hone in on key techniques you can use to make them rich and meaningful. You’ll also have a chance to experiment with applying the same techniques to your own improvisation over prepared backing tracks, so you can build skill and confidence in making your own musical choices.

You’ll come away with some really cool new songs you can enjoy playing, but even more importantly, you’ll develop a more trained ear – and the intuition for combining just the right musical elements to create your own expressive voice on the guitar.

Cultivating Your Elevated Skillset

While working through this self-paced course, you will:

  • Learn how to effortlessly bring together technical and musical elements like scales, arpeggios, triads, vibrato, double stops, fingerpicking, and bends to set a mood and express yourself more freely through your guitar
  • Stop overthinking about theory and discover the creative freedom within even the most commonly used chord progressions – and how good you can sound using just the pentatonic scale
  • Discover how to create unlimited possibilities in your music using phrasing, articulation, tone, intonation, voicing, timing, and so much more
  • Train your ear through learning to listen to the relationship between the scales and the chords you are playing
  • Strengthen the intuition needed to become a versatile and mature guitarist, so you can craft your own solos, musical lines, and identity

Here’s What You’ll Learn Inside Electric Elevation

The lessons inside the course are centered around chord progressions and one single key per module, which we’ll explore in-depth together. For each progression, you’ll learn solos, rhythmic lines, rhythm and lead together, and techniques to add “spice” to your playing. And, you’ll work toward developing an intuitive sense of how to incorporate musical elements in order to sound better than ever before.

MODULE 1: E Major

In this module, you’ll learn…

  • Three ways to spice up four basic chords, and understand how keys, scales, and chords work together
  • How using your thumb to fret notes can open up chord options and add embellishments
  • The differences between rhythm guitar and lead guitar, and how to improvise within each
  • How to craft awesome licks by thinking “horizontally” and understanding where your playing is going
  • How to use “Call and Response” to add depth, cohesion and beauty to solos, and make your playing stand out

MODULE 2: E Minor

In this module, you’ll explore…

  • Tips and tricks for fingerpicking on the electric guitar – a free way to drastically change the sound of your guitar!
  • How to spice up basic chords using different voicings, spread triads, and fingerpicking
  • The difference between target notes and transition notes
  • Understanding arpeggio shapes and positions all over the neck, and how to incorporate them into your playing
  • The power of repetition in soloing

MODULE 3: A Minor

In this module, you’ll discover…

  • How to make your chords sound more melodic, and a few little techniques that can make your rhythm playing sound extraordinary
  • Combine rhythm and lead guitar through a 12-bar blues progression – with a small twist
  • How to harmonize a melody using the 6th or 3rd intervals, and three ways to play a melody using different voicings
  • Tips for mastering the slap and flick technique on the electric guitar, and how to sprinkle it into your playing
  • How to decorate chord progressions by using seventh chords, diminished chords, and the harmonic minor scale

MODULE 4: Blues Key (E Major)

In this module, you’ll dive into…

  • Three different ways to approach blues soloing
  • How to mix major and minor when improvising over the blues
  • Learning the blues fingerstyle essentials
  • The Real Magic of the B.B. King Box and the power one note can have on your playing
  • How to effortlessly switch up playing rhythm and lead

MODULE 5: G Major

In this module, you’ll learn…

  • Three major pentatonic scale positions that, when linked to chord shapes and played together, unlock the entire neck, as well as two diagonal scales that can be used to connect them
  • How to be free to improvise rhythm guitar on the entire neck using embellishments and voice leading
  • Learning triads, spread triads, and inversions all over the neck – all while leveling up your technical skills
  • How pentatonic scales can be used to embellish chords, blurring the line between rhythm and lead
  • The power of silence and rests, and how to use them in your playing

What’s more, when you join Electric Elevation, you’ll
also gain access to 4 elevating bonuses

Bonus #1: Video Guide: How to Dial in Your Tone

Getting the right tone can be a challenge, particularly if you’re trying to find the perfect sound for a song, or match a sound you’ve heard from someone else’s music.

In this video guide, I’ll show you my process for dialing in tone using three different pieces from the course. After getting some practice with this process, you’ll have a practical approach you can use for finding the right tone for the job, regardless of what song you’re playing and the gear you’re using.


Bonus #2: 5 Q&A Sessions

In order to help you with questions you have while going through Electric Elevation, I’ll be answering common questions for each module of the course. I’ve provided a Q&A video for Module 1 to get you started, and my team will be collecting members’ most frequently asked questions for the other four modules in the course. Then I’ll answer these in a brand new video for each module.

Bonus #3: Electric Elevation Community Facebook Group

When you join this course, you’ll get to connect with hundreds of other passionate guitarists inside the private Facebook community to exchange feedback, encouragement, tips, and tactics to improve your musical skills.

  • Connect with your fellow electric guitarists and share videos of your progress within the course
  • Get instant feedback on your technique from others in the community, so you can improve even faster
  • Make friends with people from every corner of the world, elevating their electric guitar skills just like you are

Bonus #4: Video Masterclass: Decoding the Circle of Fifths

The circle of fifths is something every guitarist should understand at a basic level – whether you read standard notation or not. Back when I was getting the hang of music theory, it helped me connect the dots between keys, chords, and scales. In this video tutorial, I’ll walk you through each part of the visual schematic and show you the coolest ways to use it to better understand whatever you’re playing!

Enroll in Electric Elevation

When you enroll in the course, you get lifetime access to all course materials.

What’s included:

  • 26 in-depth video lessons with professionally notated tabs
  • Bonus #1: Video Guide: How to Dial in Your Tone
  • Bonus #2: 5 Q&A Sessions
  • Bonus #3: Electric Elevation Community Facebook Group
  • Bonus #4: Video Masterclass: Decoding the Circle of Fifths
  • And extras like downloadable backing tracks, chord charts, a music glossary, and a complete, printable course songbook in standard notation

Plus, you’ll be backed by my 14-day money-back guarantee.

To join, select one of the following options:

Pay Upfront:
1 Payment of $199


Pay Monthly:
3 Payments of $79


My 14-Day Money-Back Guarantee

I want to give you the chance to try Electric Elevation for yourself and start cultivating an elevated skillset using techniques every guitarist should know, so you can play with greater expression and enjoyment.

That’s why I’m giving you a full two weeks to start exploring the course.

If you find the course isn’t a good fit, simply email my team ( within 14 days and I’ll refund your entire purchase, unconditionally.

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Watch a short compilation of reviews from Electric Elevation students…

Since the doors opened for Electric Elevation, hundreds of guitarists have been through the course…

And it’s been incredibly fun to see the progress they have made toward becoming more advanced, and to hear their thoughts on the course!

Here’s a little compilation of video reviews from a variety of course students:

In addition, it’s been lovely to see the written reviews course members have sent in about the course. Here are just a few of them…

What Students Are Saying about Electric Elevation


A lot of online, asynchronous courses are dry and stodgy, but Paul has created something innovative and fresh here. It’s engaging, provides a lot of freedom, and gives the player a lot of new ideas without force-feeding it to you.
Ryan C.

If you have already enjoyed "Next Level Playing" or have the skills taught in that course, and you want to step it up a notch, this course is perfect for you. It is the first thing I go to every morning to wake up my fingers, brain, and senses. Thanks, Paul, for the quality you put into everything you do.
Susan S.


Having played guitar for more than 50 years, I know there is always more to learn. Electric Elevation has filled in many very important gaps in my mostly self-taught technique, and really has made playing so much more enjoyable. Paul does a beautiful job of focusing his teaching on practical and immediately usable techniques, theory, styles and approaches to making music with the guitar. Paul's Electric Elevation is the fourth online guitar course I've tried, and I can say that I've finally found the one that works for me. Kudos Paul, keep it up!
Rob W.

I now have 3 of Paul's courses and began Electric Elevation with some nervousness as I was not sure if I pitched myself as an "intermediate guitarist." You just have to enter this course to know that it will unlock so much of the instrument - sounds I only heard from professionals and making techniques available to me which I could not copy in any other way. Improvisation is also now a new thing as the course provides an arsenal and breadth of experience and fun. My confidence is growing - thank you Paul, keep making even a novice guitarist sound rewarding through fun learning.
Allen B.


It’s really the perfect course to take your playing to places you’ve always wanted it to go. There’s enough content here to last an intermediate guitar player a very long time, and to take you through to being quite advanced. There are deep dives into techniques here that fixed things I’ve been doing wrong for years. Paul builds on the music theory foundation he’s laid in his other courses to teach really practical ways of applying theory. I’ve done a fair bit of guitar courses around the internet and this one is very unique. It combines an extremely solid course structure with masterfully done videos and really fun, beautiful pieces to learn. I really think this is the course a lot of intermediate guitarists are looking for.
Jeremy E.

Paul’s courses are so enjoyable and make the guitar more accessible at each level. Electric Elevation has made noticeable improvements in my ability and confidence. If you are at a plateau or just not sure what to do next to improve your playing, this course will absolutely help in boosting you to the next level!
Patrick T.


For a long time I had been stuck in a rut with my music, playing the same licks and ideas over and over again. It was predictable and uninspiring to me and worst of all to my audience. Paul Davids’ course Electric Elevation is just what I needed to give my playing a much needed boost. Like the name says it really did elevate my guitar playing to a new and enhanced level. The course offers refreshing, useful ideas and techniques that are paired with great tablature and instructional videos that make learning interesting and inspiring. All musicians, especially guitar players, want to try new things and keep moving forward and Electric Elevation will help you do just that.
John J.

The course is great fun! There is a nice mix of techniques that are explained well. The tabs provide a great reference of the lesson content, and the backing tracks really help with timing and getting up to speed. There are enough references to the theoretical basis for the lessons for those of us that are interested, but if you just want to play, that is an option too. This is a great intermediate level course!
Brian H.


Exceptional course, worth every penny. Paul is an outstanding musician and teacher. I can’t recommend enough if you want to take your playing and knowledge to a new level.
Scott S.


Questions and Answers
about Electric Elevation

Q. What level of playing is required as a prerequisite for this course, and how do I know if it’s right for me?

Electric Elevation is designed for intermediate-level guitarists who are ready to become more advanced. To get the most out of this course, you should be comfortable playing the most commonly seen chords, and have some familiarity with playing scales and barre chords.

If you’ve been through Learn, Practice, Play and you’re feeling up for a challenge, you’re welcome to try this course – though some aspects of the course may take a bit of extra work, I think you’ll have a blast!

If you’ve been through Next Level Playing, then Electric Elevation is the perfect next step for you to take what you’ve learned so far and apply it in a more challenging context so you can deepen your musical understanding and grow into a more nuanced and mature player.

If you don’t have the level of comfort with chords or the training described above, I’d suggest starting with one of my step-by-step courses first to build your foundational skills.

If you’re not sure what “level” you’re at, that’s OK; feel free to join this course and get started on it. If it isn’t a good fit, you can get a refund within the first 14 days (or exchange it for my beginner course, Learn, Practice, Play or my intermediate course, Next Level Playing, within the first 14 days.)

Q. How is this course different from Next Level Playing?

In Electric Elevation, you’ll develop a deeper understanding of music so you can turn even the most fundamental scales and chord progressions into beautiful, expressive guitar playing.

In Next Level Playing, I give students step-by-step guidance in learning the fundamentals of guitar starting from a beginner/early intermediate level, with each module progressing to a more challenging level throughout the course.

In contrast, Electric Elevation is a deep dive into the “how” and “why” of musical decision-making, intended for intermediate students who are ready to become more advanced. This course is definitely more challenging than Next Level Playing, though not necessarily from a technical or theoretical standpoint – the challenge comes from pushing yourself to play with more nuanced detail and musical expression than ever before!

The heart of the course is understanding chords and solos – and more importantly, how they fit together. What do we play over those chords? And what chords go with your scales? And how does that relate to the key? We discuss ways to fluently combine elements like triads, chords, various scales, arpeggios, and target notes, all while keeping those questions in mind. We’ll also be using quite a bit of fingerpicking, which was not part of the previous course.

This is the perfect follow-up to Next Level Playing and will take you beyond the question of “what” to play, and help you develop your ear so you can intuitively make musical choices that sound great. This will be a great fit for anyone who is already familiar with many fundamental guitar skills and is ready to get a deeper understanding of how to use them to play with greater fluidity and freedom.

If you are a player with some experience under your belt and you’re ready to develop a more advanced guitar skillset, Electric Elevation will be a great next step in your journey!

Q. Do I need to be available at certain times to participate? What if my schedule gets busy?

Electric Elevation is a self-paced online course, so you can go through the lessons at any time that is convenient for you. And because you get lifetime access when you join, you don’t need to worry about your schedule getting busy. If something comes up that prevents you from starting right away or slows down your progress, the course will always be available for you to pick up again whenever you can come back to it.

Q. What kind of guitar and gear do I need for this course?

This course is designed for the electric guitar, and I strongly recommend using one for it. No fancy gear is needed, just any electric guitar and amp will be enough for you to get the most out of the lessons.

If you don’t have an electric guitar yet, you can still join if you like, but some of the “electric” elements within the course (such as tone and other effects) won’t be possible without being plugged in. We’re also playing things that are much harder (or even impossible!) on the acoustic: techniques like bending or playing higher up the neck. But with lifetime access to the course, you’ll have plenty of time to get started on the course material while you work toward getting an electric instrument.

Q. I’m not overly excited about theory, scales, and exercises; is this course for me?

Unlike my first two courses, which were designed to walk step-by-step through the fundamentals of guitar (including theory, scales, and exercises), this course is not a systematic study of all aspects of guitar knowledge, level by level. Rather, this course is an in-depth exploration of all of the musical elements we can bring together to create the most expressive playing possible. So, while you will encounter some theory in passing, these will not be the main point of any lesson. Instead, you’ll hear me mention theory and scale concepts in the context of showing you how to play a piece.

Q. How much practice time should I plan for this course?

That’s entirely up to you; the more you practice, the better your results will be! If you need to take it slow with only a short practice time each day, that’s no problem. But my hope (and expectation!) is that once you get started learning the soulful songs in the course, you’ll start practicing more than ever before without even meaning to, just because you’re having so much fun!

Q. What happens if I try the course but don’t end up liking it?

If you find the course isn’t a good fit, simply email my team ( within 14 days and I’ll refund your entire purchase, unconditionally. Or, if you find the course is too challenging or want more step-by-step guidance, my team will happily exchange your Electric Elevation membership for one of my other courses.


Is This Course
Right For You?

You’ll know Electric Elevation is a good fit for you if…

  • You want to become a more expressive and authentic musician, but haven’t yet found a guide for learning that gets at the heart of your playing goals…
  • You want to play guitar like the pros, but aren’t necessarily keen on diving into music theory…
  • You want more structure in learning when to play which notes, and how scales work in relation to a key…
  • You want to cultivate the technical skills needed to play with more clarity and intention, so you can develop your own voice and identity on the electric guitar…
  • You’re ready to elevate your electric guitar skillset, by playing only beautiful songs and practical techniques every guitarist should know…

If any of these sound familiar, then Electric Elevation will be the perfect next step for you.

Join now and get lifetime access to:

  • 26 in-depth video lessons with professionally notated tabs
  • Bonus #1: Video Guide: How to Dial in Your Tone
  • Bonus #2: 5 Q&A Sessions
  • Bonus #3: Electric Elevation Community Facebook Group
  • Bonus #4: Video Masterclass: Decoding the Circle of Fifths
  • And extras like downloadable backing tracks, chord charts, a music glossary, and a complete, printable course songbook in standard notation

Plus, you’ll be backed by my 14-day money-back guarantee.

To join, select one of the following options:

Pay Upfront:
1 Payment of $199


Pay Monthly:
3 Payments of $79


Closing Thoughts

As I look back on my years as a guitarist, I’m sometimes amazed by the journey I’ve been on.

I remember the earlier times in my guitar experience when I was most excited by flashy solos and playing with the greatest speed possible, just like so many aspiring guitarists.

And I’ve seen how many guitarists now are pulled in overly complicated directions from a musical standpoint, because of the overwhelming amount of content available online.

But as I’ve grown in my musical playing, I’ve come to realize that the greatest guitar music doesn’t have to be complicated or fast, or require superhuman technical skills.

Because it isn’t really about what you play – it’s about how you play it.

And the greatest guitarists are the ones who understand which things are most important, and then play them with genuine intention.

As I’ve grown in my own skill and confidence, I’ve been able to focus on finding my own unique sound and discovering what is important to me, rather than feeling the pressure of what others might expect.

And with practice, I’ve developed a subconscious ear for the big picture that allows me to play with greater freedom than ever before, making sure that every note brings value to the song.

This freedom and intuition can’t be easily taught, but it can be cultivated.

And as one musician to another, I’d love to guide you through the process of growing.

So if you’re ready to elevate your electric guitar playing – and train your ear to play by “feel” – I hope you’ll join me inside the course.