Next Level Playing is now closed

My online course for intermediate guitar players is closed while I take the first group of students through it. To be the first to know when it will open again, join the waitlist below and I'll send you a free sneak peek into the course!

The course is designed to challenge you and take your guitar playing to the next level. Following the step-by-step “roadmap” within the course, you will not only become more skilled at playing, but you will understand the logic and “language” of music needed to fluently improvise, play expressive solos, and confidently jam with other musicians.

To get an exclusive free sneak peek into the course and to be notified when the next enrollment opens, click the link below. 

Join the Waitlist & Send Me the Free Sneak Peek

Next Level Playing is now closed

My online course for intermediate guitar players is closed while I take the first group of students through it. To be the first to know when it will open again, join the waitlist below and I'll send you a free sneak peek into the course!

A course designed to challenge you and take your guitar playing to the next level. Following the step-by-step “roadmap” within the course, you will not only become more skilled at playing, but you will understand the logic and “language” of music needed to fluently improvise, play expressive solos, and confidently jam with other musicians.

To get an exclusive free sneak peek into the course and to be notified when the next enrollment opens, click the link below. 

In the free sneak peek you’ll learn:

  • My top 6 tips for learning how to improvise – even if you’ve never been comfortable doing it before
  • How to use a basic major scale to predict which notes will sound good, and how they relate to the chords being used in the background 
  • My strategy for using musical “sentences” to bring structure and meaning into my improvisation, and why keeping it simple can actually sound better
  • How using “target” notes can make your improvised licks sound intentional and controlled (instead of random or aimless)