The content available in the members area has outgrown the subscription site platform and I have now entered the next phase in the journey of my Guitar Theory And Technique Book.
I am very excited and proud to present my first guitar video course. It has taken a tremendous amount of work to create this guitar video course using all new content and the results have proven to me that a course platform is the ideal solution to present the information efficiently.
An accomplished guitarist needs to work on many areas of their playing. There are many great guitar books, guitar videos and apps out there to help improve your ears, sight reading, song repertoire, knowledge of licks, etc. One extremely important skill (the most important?) that is so often overlooked is how to visualise the guitar fingerboard.
The Paul Hill Guitar Theory and Technique book teaches you how to visualise the fingerboard and gives you tons of ideas that you will understand and be able to apply and remember.
With excellent resources such as YouTube, it is now easy to learn songs, techniques and new sounds in any style. The tricky part is in understanding how these musical ideas are formed on the guitar fingerboard so that they can be easily memorised and used in other musical situations.
There is no escaping the fact that a guitarist needs a secure knowledge of scales, arpeggios and chords, and understands how to use them. Guitarists usually struggle when it comes to efficiently learning scales, arpeggios and chords and they often find musical results difficult to achieve.
At the beginning of 2016, the second edition of my book had been available on the iTunes store for a while and many people had been asking if the book would be available in other formats. After a great deal of hard work, the result was my subscription site at guitartheoryandtechniquebook.com.
Anybody could now learn how to easily generate all scales, arpeggios and chords on the guitar fingerboard, as the book became available with a subscription to the site. In addition to being able to read my book as it would appear in iBooks, there were also supporting videos to explain all the sections in detail, and many extra videos showing different techniques and ideas that were regularly being added.
Stepping forward to 2020 and I had been struggling for a while with efficient methods to organise the ever growing library of content in the subscription area. I was finding it difficult to present the vast amount of material in a structured system. I had outgrown my site!
I spent a great deal of time researching alternative platforms on which I could present my concepts in a way that would maximise learning to my students. I have now found the perfect platform and the final phase of The Paul Hill Guitar Theory And Technique has begun. My first online course 'Mastering Chords And Chord Substitution' is now available!
Building on the successful concepts presented in my book and another 20 years experience of teaching the concepts, the online course platform has provided the perfect learning platform to help guitarists visualise the guitar fingerboard. Save yourself years of struggling to learn guitar fingerboard shapes and check out 'Mastering Chords And Chord Substitution'.