Learn the secrets to actually being able to master and use barre chords once and for all
The ability to play barre chords is what will allow you move on from basic beginner guitar to a guitarist who has many more options and freedom on the guitar.
Discover the 7 key tips that will shave months off your struggles – right away
We all know the importance of being able to play barre chords and we all know they are darn! hard to play. I, Dan Thorpe, know this more than anyone. Apart from in the very early days of changing chords, barre chords are the one thing that students struggle with the most.
I have experimented with many methods of teaching students barre chords, and over the last few years have found one that is king. This 7 step method is the way to learn barre chords.
It will erase all the frustrations and give you confidence knowing you are working on your barre chords technique in the right way and in the right manner.
Erase the horrible buzzing sound of your barre chords and play them with confidence
The sound of that little buzzing sound when you don`t quite get your barre finger and your other fingers in quite the right place is enough to wake many a guitarist in the middle of the night with cold sweats and screams.
This sound is horrible and really hurts lots of guitarists. It makes them feel ameuterish and poor when they hear it.
And what`s worse is when someone else in the household hears it, they feel embarrassed. This is a great shame as barre chords don`t have to be embarasseming.
They also shouldn`t require Sylvester Stallone type strength to be able to play. So many guitarists squeeze the living daylights out of the guitar when they play barre chords their hands are sore.
What happens when your hands are sore? You can`t or don`t want to play anymore meaning you can`t improve.
I`m going to show you how to erase all this for good,
Master the four essential shapes which will allow you to play 10,000`s of songs in any key
There are many great things that barre chords allow you to do. Some of these include:
- Being able to play any song in any key. If you need to change the key of a song, at the moment you will need to use a capo, but when you play barre chords you can simply shift everything up or down the fretboard to change key easily.
- Allow you play more complex and more interesting songs. How many times have you avoided a song or stopped learning a song when you realised their is a barre chords involved? Once you apply the material in this course, you will have the confidence and ability to pick any song and play it. No more avoiding songs anymore.
- You will improve your overall technique. Playing barre chords requires you to have solid technique and not iron man like strength. This improvement in technique has the added benefit of helping to improve the rest of your playing. For instance, open chords will be easier and more comfortable to play and legato techniques will be simpler as your fingers will be doing the basic correctly.
- No need to move the capo mid song. Some songs require you to change key during a song. Songs with the classic `whole step key change can be difficult to play if you can`t play barre chords. Without this ability, you would have to literally quickly put a capo on or if you are already using a capo, quickly move it up two frets while keeping the song going. Not very smooth!
- Help you to understand music theory much more. If you were to play a I-V-vi-IV chord progression using open chords and do it in two different keys you would struggle to see any patterns, but if you were to play the same progression in the same two keys using barre chords you would see how they relate to each. This knowledge will help you understand what is happening in terms of music theory further strengthening your relationship with the instrument.
You will have many more chords at your fingertips
More chords. You will have the ability to many many more chords. Imagine if someone asked you to play a Bb minor. Without barre chords this is impossible, but by learning a barre chords shape (which I`ll show you) you will be able to play this chord plus way more.
Open chords only allow one chords to be built from it. In other words you can move it up or down the neck. Therefore:
Open chords – 1 shape = 1 chord
With barre chords, you learn one shape and you can move it up and down the neck to create 12 chords in total.
Barre chords – 1 shape = 12 chords
Now that sounds more like it!
Discover a whole new world of possibilities
I also want you to use these techniques in a band setting. By the time you have finished with this mini-course you will have the confidence to tackle any rock strumming song that uses a power chord and plenty of distortion!
`Barre Chords Busted!` will absolutely, 100% positively change your guitar playing and if it doesn’t you have 90 days to get an instant, no questions asked refund.
You will get a 100 percent money-back guarantee if you don’t feel this product has improved your strumming and helped you on the road to mastering this area of the guitar.
If you don’t enjoy big results within 90 days of using this product, I don’t deserve to keep your money.
Simply ask for a full, no questions asked refund and you will do so, immediately. There will be no hard feelings whatsoever and to show this you will get a complimentary 30 min Skype lesson (worth $30) with me.
Barre Chords Busted! costs just $27
Hit the `buy now` button below and in a few minutes you`ll be enjoying this simple
mini-course perfect for those who have always loved rock guitar but need a little
help playing the specialist techniques involved.
Want this course for free?
Well, you can. Currently, you can get it 100% free when you purchase Rockstar 101 on the link below.
Because it’s a nice free bonus that goes nicely alongside Rockstar 101, and because it’s a rock n roll thing to do!