"Very useful! After playing by ear for years, these courses are helping me get more discipline & fill in gaps i should have addressed a long time ago." - Mike R., USA
Knowing the fretboard inside out is one of the most important skills a jazz guitarist needs to develop.
With this course, you'll learn uncomplicated means of memorizing the entire fingerboard ... without really having to use memory. The focus is on listening and applications of this newfound fretboard freedom. In the end, you'll rely less and less on your eyes, and use your musical intuition to guide your improv, comping and chord melody chops.
Learn the Fretboard 2.0 provides a framework for fully unlocking the entire guitar fingerboard. It helps the student organize the notes into coherent systems, while getting away from scale positions and cumbersome fingering patterns (you've seen the sheets with "dots on the fingerboard" ...)
Designed to Help You Eliminate "Fretboard Blindspots"
This course was designed for guitarists of all levels willing to gain a different (liberating) perspective on the fretboard. Without patterns and scale positions, the lessons allows you to remain "in the zone" while playing. Goodbye hesitation and head scratching, hello unfettered access to all areas of the fingerboard!
Helps You Structure the Way Your Approach The Instrument
There's a ton of information online when it comes to memorizing the fretboard, note locations, scales and chords. But these resources generally lack focus and structure. You run the risk of getting lost in a sea of theory. If you've been struggling with confusing scale positions and useless lessons your own then Learn the Fretboard 2.0 is the next logical step to building a solid foundation.
Marc-Andre Seguin is the webmaster, mastermind and teacher on JazzGuitarLessons.net, the #1 online resource for learning how to play jazz guitar.
He draws from his experience both as a professional jazz guitarist and professional jazz teacher to help thousands of people from all around the world learn the craft of jazz guitar.
"What I like about your site is that it covers a lot of different areas that people need to study in order to become a well rounded and accomplished jazz guitarist. Jazz guitar can be a little scary but you offer lessons up in easy to digest bites that a person can build on. It is obvious that you have spent a great deal of time and care to become and educator who is accessible to everyone. I have since become a full member. I am still working with this course and I am framing a mental blueprint of the fretboard. Thank God, doesn't require me to employ rote memorization. Your method of instruction is unlike any I have seen before and it is really working for me. Thank you for your hard work." - Christopher H., U.S.A
"Amazing Yet Simple - Great Lesson! [...]just wanted to say thank you so much for this site and this lesson in particular. I am currently playing for 6 years now, and learning the fretboard always seemed like an impossible mission. With your refreshing (yet so simple!) method, i managed to memorize the whole thing in an hour or so. Learning the fretboard also helped me in theory and sight reading - two very important things for me to know as a musician. Thank You! " - Stoler, Israel
"What a great approach to learning the fretboard! I've tried all sorts of other approaches - almost all of them involving patterns. I learn the patterns, but don't get much better at truly mastering the fretboard. This course is going to work for me! I've made significant progress in a short time. And it provides an additional framework for daily practice that can yield dividends over many years." - Doug B., USA (For Learn the Fretboard Version 1.0)