Classical Guitar Essentials - Intermediate Part 2

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Classical Guitar Essentials - Intermediate Part 2

Classical Guitar Essentials - Intermediate Part 2
Duration: 4h 1m | .MP4 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | AAC, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 5.16 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn your favorite pop songs with finger-style technique

What you'll learn:
Play Grade 2 London College of Music Repertoire
Knowledge of scales and arpeggios in 2 octaves
Play well known pop songs in classical arrangement

Took my previous classical guitar courses
or knows how to read standard music notation

***Join more than 7000 students who are learning how to play classical guitar.***
Hi and welcome to the 2nd part of the Intermediate Classical Guitar Essentials. This course is filled with drills, scales, and of course pieces of music. For the first time in my courses I added a section to teach you how to play Pop songs! We have "A whiter shade of Pale", "A groovy kind of love", "Yesterday", and "Scarborough fair". Each song I teach you how to do it step by step, and some of it are my own arrangements, so you won't find it anywhere else but here.
The course follows my other ones, and we are on Grade 2 of London College of Music. So if this is your first time with me, as the title says it's for Intermediate guitarists. If you are a beginner this one ins NOT for you.
I encourage you to take a look at the free preview lectures, and see if this is your cup of tea. 
This course and the previous ones lay a strong foundation to make you a professional classical guitarist, the method I use here is the same one I use in my private classes in my studio. So it's like you are sitting with me one on one for the entire course, and I only charge you for the price of one lesson!
Remember, you have 30 days money back guarantee, so click the buy now button, you have nothing to lose but everything to gain. 
See you on the other side

Who this course is for:
Intermediate guitarist - This one is not for a complete beginner.
Someone who's been following my courses from the beginning.

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