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    • #37565
      Star Knight
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      Pretty basic beginner here. I have the 2017 CGC and RGSW. I haven’t started on RGSW just yet (only purchased it so far lol)…I also have Melodic Principles Vol 1, which I haven’t really started either.

      Just trying to figure out what point the average beginner type would look to start adding in Easy Modes? Should I finish the others first or do they tend to build on each other so better to do in a specific order? Hope my question makes sense

      EDIT:

      Maybe a better version of my question would be- if you had the 2017 CGC, RGSW, Melodic Principles 1, how would you use them together as a program and/or in what order? And when would one be best served to start looking to the Easy Modes course?

      Maybe that’s a little more logical of a question lol
      Thanks!

      • This topic was modified 4 months, 1 week ago by Star Knight.
    • #37568
      Sarah Spisak
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      Hi Star,
      Thanks for your post! I recommend working on Melodic Principles Volume One as soon as you are able to read tab and have a basic grasp of picking and fretting. I would also suggest that you work on RGSW before doing Easy Guitar Modes as it is more fundamental. I hope this helps!
      🙂 Sarah

    • #37569
      Star Knight
      Participant

      Thank you Sarah! Makes sense!! Thanks again 🤘

    • #37570
      Sarah Spisak
      Keymaster

      Glad to help!!! 🙂

    • #37573
      superblonde
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      I would suggest that a useful prerequisite is being able to pass Doug’s “Pentatonic Zone” at full tempo comfortably in the course first, to be able to appreciate the rockin solos in Easy Modes.

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