Certificate in Intermediate Guitar Solo Online Course

Discover The Secrets To Playing Your Favorite Guitar Solos

Certificate in Intermediate Guitar Solo Online Course

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Discover The Secrets To Playing Your Favorite Guitar Solos 

You’ll be amazed at how fast you can improve your guitar solos when you learn the right way.

Save time searching online, with every technique a lead guitarists needs on the one easy to navigate website. Our step-by-step lessons, all skills are broken down to their core, you’ll never get frustrated or stuck in one spot.

Learn the easy way to build speed and discover the secrets to playing your favorite guitar solos when you understand all the theory behind the techniques.

Apply all the skills you’ve learnt to your guitar solos, with more licks to make your solos sound unique as you fast track your improvising and construct your own guitar solos using chords and all the skills you’ve mastered.

With this method, you’ll never feel rushed, get stuck or find a new skill too hard, with an easy to follow arrow, close-ups of both hands and onscreen tabs, scales and chord charts you get everything in one spot and learn how to play lead guitar the right way.

We have the most comprehensive Intermediate lead guitar lessons online today. We show you the right way the 1st time, and you’re never alone if you have any questions you can use the contact the teacher button and we’ll get back to you with a quick response.

With these lead guitar lessons you can progress at your own speed with access 24/7 on all devices.

So, come and join 1000’s of students learning how to play lead guitar the right way and getting better results than ever before.

By the end of this course, you will learn :

  • Alternate Picking 
  • All 7 Major Scales, how they relate and how to change keys 
  • Slides 
  • Harmonics/Natural/Tapped/Pinched/Artificial 
  • Know how to apply all the skills to your playing 
  • Know how to read the tabs to all the different techniques 
  • Tapping 
  • Octaves 
  • Licks 
  • Sweeps 
  • Legato 
  • Pedal Tones 
  • All 7 Minor Scales 
  • Circle of 5ths 
  • Theory to all the skills 
  • Chord Progressions 
  • Diatonic Chords 
  • Improvising 
  • Major Octave Scales 
  • Caged Major Scales 
  • Building Speed

Course Fast Facts:

  1. Learn the fundamentals of Intermediate Guitar Solo
  2. Comprehensive 16 module Certificate in Intermediate Guitar Solo Online Course
  3. Study along with simple instructions & demonstrations
  4. Written and developed by leading Guitar experts
  5. Receive one-on-one online help & support
  6. Unlimited, lifetime access to online course
  7. Certificate of completion awarded with passing score for the online assessment
  8. Study at your own pace with no rigid class timetables, 24/7 from any computer or smart device

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon enrolment an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete this course, receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Level 1 - Alternate picking, 1st and 2nd position G Major Scales, slides, natural harmonics and tapping

  • Introduction to Level 1 - Intermediate Lead
  • Alternate picking - Scales
  • G Major Scale 1st Position - Scales
  • G Major Scale 2nd Position - Scales
  • Slides one after the other
  • Slides with poswer chords
  • Slides on 2 strings
  • Slide extras
  • Natural harmonics 1
  • Natural harmonics 2
  • Natural harmonics 3
  • Tapping ex 1 Parts 1 & 2
  • Tapping ex 1 Parts 3, 4 & 5
  • Conclusion to Level 1 - Intermediate Lead

Level 2 - 3rd and 4th position G Major Scales, different tunings, octave chords, licks and tapping

  • Introduction to level 2 – Intermediate Lead 
  • G Major scale 3rd position – Scales 
  • G Major scale 4th position – Scales 
  • Tuning 
  • Octaves 
  • Licks 9 & 10 
  • Licks 11 & 12 
  • Tapping Ex 2 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Conclusion to level 2 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 3 - 5th and 6th position G Major Scales, licks, tapping and 3 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 3 – Intermediate Lead 
  • G Major scale 5th position – Scales 
  • G Major scale 6th position – Scales 
  • Licks 13 & 14 
  • Licks 15, 16 & 17 
  • Tapping Ex 3 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping Ex 3 Parts 3 & 4 
  • 3 String Sweeps Ex 1 Up and Down, Hammer Ons and Pull Offs 
  • 3 String Sweeps Ex 2 Up and Down, Hammer Ons and Pull Offs 
  • 3 String Sweeps Ex 3 Up and Down, Hammer Ons and Pull Offs 
  • Conclusion to level 3 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 4 - 7th position G Major Scale and how to change keys, licks and joining 3 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 4 – Intermediate Lead 
  • G Major Scale 7th Position
  • How the major scales relate 
  • How to change keys with the major scales 
  • Licks 18, 19 & 20 
  • Licks 21, 22 & 23 
  • Joining 3 string sweeps ex 1 
  • Joining 3 string sweeps ex 2 
  • Joining 3 string sweeps ex 3 
  • Joining 3 string sweeps ex 4 
  • Conclusion to Level 4 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 5 - Licks, hammer ons and what is and how to play pedal tones

  • Introduction to level 5 – Intermediate Lead 
  • Lick 24 
  • Licks 25 & 26 
  • Licks 27 & 28 
  • Hammer ons ex 1 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 2 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 3 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 4 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 5 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 6 – Legato 
  • Pedal tones ex 1 & 2 
  • Pedal tones ex 3 & 4 
  • Pedal tones ex 5 & 6 
  • Conclusion to level 5 – Intermediate Lead

Level 6 - Tapping, pedal tones and harmonics

  • Introduction to level 6 – Intermediate Lead 
  • Tapping Ex 4 Part 1 
  • Tapping Ex 4 Parts 2 & 3 
  • Tapping Ex 4 Parts 4 & 5 
  • Pedal tones Ex 7 & 8 
  • Pedal tones Ex 9, 10 & 11 
  • Artificial harmonics 
  • Tapped harmonics 
  • Pinched harmonics 
  • Conclusion to level 6 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 7 - Major Scale and Pentaonic Scale theory the circle of 5ths and 5 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 7 – Intermediate Lead 
  • Major scale theory 
  • Relative majors and minors 
  • The Circle of 5ths 
  • The Major Scales on the Guitar 
  • Theory to the pentaonics 
  • Easy Way to learn the Relative Major and Minor Scales 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 1 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 2 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 3 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 4 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 5 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 6 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 7 
  • Conclusion to level 7 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 8 - The Natural Minor Scales and how to change keys and pull offs

  • Introduction to level 8 – Intermediate Lead 
  • The natural minor scale 
  • A visual look at the Major and Minor scales 
  • How to change keys with the natural minor scales 
  • Pull offs ex 1 intermediate 
  • Pull offs ex 2 intermediate 
  • Pull offs ex 3 intermediate 
  • Pull offs ex 4 intermediate 
  • Pull offs ex 5 intermediate 
  • Conclusion to level 8 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 9 - How to create chords, diatonic chords and chord progressions, tapping and joining 5 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 9 – Intermediate Lead 
  • How to create a Major chord 
  • How to create a Minor chord 
  • How to Create A 7th Chord 
  • Key and Key Signatures 
  • Diatonic Chords 
  • Chord Progressions 
  • Tapping ex 5 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping ex 5 Parts 3 & 4 
  • Tapping ex 5 Part 5 
  • How to make a major sweep and inversion 
  • How to make a minor sweep 
  • How to use the sweeps 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps no turnaround ex 1 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps no turnaround ex 2 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps no turnaround ex 3 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps no turnaround ex 4 
  • Conclusion to level 9 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 10 - Pull offs and hammer ons, tapping and improvising

  • Introduction to level 10 – Intermediate Lead 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 1 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 2 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 3 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 4 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 5 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 6 intermediate 
  • Tapping ex 6 Parts 1, 2 & 3 
  • Tapping ex 7 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Improvising part 1 
  • Improvising part 2 
  • Improvising part 3 
  • Improvising part 4 
  • Conclusion to level 10 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 11 - 1st position Major Octave Scale, tapping, improvising and joining 3 and 5 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 11 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 1st position Major Octave scale 
  • Tapping ex 8 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping ex 8 Parts 3, 4 & 5 
  • Improvising part 5 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 1 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 2 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 3 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 4 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 5 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 6 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 7 
  • Conclusion to level 11 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 12 - 2nd,3rd, 4th and 5th position Major Octave Scales, tapping and improvising

  • Introduction to level 12 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 2nd and 3rd position Major Octave scale 
  • 4th and 5th position Major Octave scale 
  • Tapping ex 9 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping ex 9 Parts 3, 4 & 5 
  • Improvising part 6 
  • Conclusion to level 12 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 13 - 6th and 7th position Octave Scales, tapping, improvising and 5 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 13 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 6th and 7th position Major Octave scale 
  • Tapping Ex 10 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping Ex 10 Parts 3 & 4 
  • Improvising part 7 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 1 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 2 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 3 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 4 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 5 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 6 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 7 
  • Conclusion to level 13 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 8 

Level 14 - 1st position caged Major Scale, improvising, 5 string sweeps and 1 string Major scales

  • Introduction to level 14 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 1st position caged scales 
  • Improvising part 8 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps with a turnaround ex1 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps with a turnaround ex2 
  • 1 string major scales ex 1 
  • 1 string major scales ex 2 
  • 1 string major scales ex 3 
  • 1 string major scales ex 4 
  • 1 string major scales ex 5 
  • Conclusion to level 14 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 15 - 2nd position caged Major scale, improvising, 2 string sweeps and 1 string Major scales

  • Introduction to level 15 – Intermediate Lead
  • 2nd position caged scales 
  • Improvising part 9 
  • 2 string sweeps ex 1 
  • 2 string sweeps ex 2 
  • 2 string sweeps ex 3 
  • 1 string major scales ex 6 
  • 1 string major scales ex 7 
  • 1 string major scales ex 8 
  • 1 string major scales ex 9 
  • 1 string major scales ex 10 
  • Conclusion to level 15 – Intermediate Lead

Level 16 - All caged Major Scales, improvising, 4 string sweeps and 1 string Major Scales

  • Introduction to level 16 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 3rd, 4th and 5th position caged scales 
  • Improvising part 10 
  • 4 string sweeps ex 1 
  • 4 string sweeps ex 2 
  • 4 string sweeps ex 3 
  • 1 string major scales ex 11 
  • 1 string major scales ex 12 
  • 1 string major scales ex 13 
  • 1 string major scales ex 14 
  • 1 string major scales ex 15 
  • 1 string major scales ex 16 
  • 1 string major scales ex 17 
  • Conclusion to Intermediate Lead

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Discover The Secrets To Playing Your Favorite Guitar Solos 

You’ll be amazed at how fast you can improve your guitar solos when you learn the right way.

Save time searching online, with every technique a lead guitarists needs on the one easy to navigate website. Our step-by-step lessons, all skills are broken down to their core, you’ll never get frustrated or stuck in one spot.

Learn the easy way to build speed and discover the secrets to playing your favorite guitar solos when you understand all the theory behind the techniques.

Apply all the skills you’ve learnt to your guitar solos, with more licks to make your solos sound unique as you fast track your improvising and construct your own guitar solos using chords and all the skills you’ve mastered.

With this method, you’ll never feel rushed, get stuck or find a new skill too hard, with an easy to follow arrow, close-ups of both hands and onscreen tabs, scales and chord charts you get everything in one spot and learn how to play lead guitar the right way.

We have the most comprehensive Intermediate lead guitar lessons online today. We show you the right way the 1st time, and you’re never alone if you have any questions you can use the contact the teacher button and we’ll get back to you with a quick response.

With these lead guitar lessons you can progress at your own speed with access 24/7 on all devices.

So, come and join 1000’s of students learning how to play lead guitar the right way and getting better results than ever before.

By the end of this course, you will learn :

  • Alternate Picking 
  • All 7 Major Scales, how they relate and how to change keys 
  • Slides 
  • Harmonics/Natural/Tapped/Pinched/Artificial 
  • Know how to apply all the skills to your playing 
  • Know how to read the tabs to all the different techniques 
  • Tapping 
  • Octaves 
  • Licks 
  • Sweeps 
  • Legato 
  • Pedal Tones 
  • All 7 Minor Scales 
  • Circle of 5ths 
  • Theory to all the skills 
  • Chord Progressions 
  • Diatonic Chords 
  • Improvising 
  • Major Octave Scales 
  • Caged Major Scales 
  • Building Speed

Course Fast Facts:

  1. Learn the fundamentals of Intermediate Guitar Solo
  2. Comprehensive 16 module Certificate in Intermediate Guitar Solo Online Course
  3. Study along with simple instructions & demonstrations
  4. Written and developed by leading Guitar experts
  5. Receive one-on-one online help & support
  6. Unlimited, lifetime access to online course
  7. Certificate of completion awarded with passing score for the online assessment
  8. Study at your own pace with no rigid class timetables, 24/7 from any computer or smart device

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon enrolment an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete this course, receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Level 1 - Alternate picking, 1st and 2nd position G Major Scales, slides, natural harmonics and tapping

  • Introduction to Level 1 - Intermediate Lead
  • Alternate picking - Scales
  • G Major Scale 1st Position - Scales
  • G Major Scale 2nd Position - Scales
  • Slides one after the other
  • Slides with poswer chords
  • Slides on 2 strings
  • Slide extras
  • Natural harmonics 1
  • Natural harmonics 2
  • Natural harmonics 3
  • Tapping ex 1 Parts 1 & 2
  • Tapping ex 1 Parts 3, 4 & 5
  • Conclusion to Level 1 - Intermediate Lead

Level 2 - 3rd and 4th position G Major Scales, different tunings, octave chords, licks and tapping

  • Introduction to level 2 – Intermediate Lead 
  • G Major scale 3rd position – Scales 
  • G Major scale 4th position – Scales 
  • Tuning 
  • Octaves 
  • Licks 9 & 10 
  • Licks 11 & 12 
  • Tapping Ex 2 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Conclusion to level 2 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 3 - 5th and 6th position G Major Scales, licks, tapping and 3 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 3 – Intermediate Lead 
  • G Major scale 5th position – Scales 
  • G Major scale 6th position – Scales 
  • Licks 13 & 14 
  • Licks 15, 16 & 17 
  • Tapping Ex 3 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping Ex 3 Parts 3 & 4 
  • 3 String Sweeps Ex 1 Up and Down, Hammer Ons and Pull Offs 
  • 3 String Sweeps Ex 2 Up and Down, Hammer Ons and Pull Offs 
  • 3 String Sweeps Ex 3 Up and Down, Hammer Ons and Pull Offs 
  • Conclusion to level 3 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 4 - 7th position G Major Scale and how to change keys, licks and joining 3 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 4 – Intermediate Lead 
  • G Major Scale 7th Position
  • How the major scales relate 
  • How to change keys with the major scales 
  • Licks 18, 19 & 20 
  • Licks 21, 22 & 23 
  • Joining 3 string sweeps ex 1 
  • Joining 3 string sweeps ex 2 
  • Joining 3 string sweeps ex 3 
  • Joining 3 string sweeps ex 4 
  • Conclusion to Level 4 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 5 - Licks, hammer ons and what is and how to play pedal tones

  • Introduction to level 5 – Intermediate Lead 
  • Lick 24 
  • Licks 25 & 26 
  • Licks 27 & 28 
  • Hammer ons ex 1 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 2 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 3 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 4 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 5 – Legato 
  • Hammer ons ex 6 – Legato 
  • Pedal tones ex 1 & 2 
  • Pedal tones ex 3 & 4 
  • Pedal tones ex 5 & 6 
  • Conclusion to level 5 – Intermediate Lead

Level 6 - Tapping, pedal tones and harmonics

  • Introduction to level 6 – Intermediate Lead 
  • Tapping Ex 4 Part 1 
  • Tapping Ex 4 Parts 2 & 3 
  • Tapping Ex 4 Parts 4 & 5 
  • Pedal tones Ex 7 & 8 
  • Pedal tones Ex 9, 10 & 11 
  • Artificial harmonics 
  • Tapped harmonics 
  • Pinched harmonics 
  • Conclusion to level 6 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 7 - Major Scale and Pentaonic Scale theory the circle of 5ths and 5 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 7 – Intermediate Lead 
  • Major scale theory 
  • Relative majors and minors 
  • The Circle of 5ths 
  • The Major Scales on the Guitar 
  • Theory to the pentaonics 
  • Easy Way to learn the Relative Major and Minor Scales 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 1 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 2 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 3 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 4 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 5 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 6 
  • 5 string sweeps ex 7 
  • Conclusion to level 7 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 8 - The Natural Minor Scales and how to change keys and pull offs

  • Introduction to level 8 – Intermediate Lead 
  • The natural minor scale 
  • A visual look at the Major and Minor scales 
  • How to change keys with the natural minor scales 
  • Pull offs ex 1 intermediate 
  • Pull offs ex 2 intermediate 
  • Pull offs ex 3 intermediate 
  • Pull offs ex 4 intermediate 
  • Pull offs ex 5 intermediate 
  • Conclusion to level 8 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 9 - How to create chords, diatonic chords and chord progressions, tapping and joining 5 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 9 – Intermediate Lead 
  • How to create a Major chord 
  • How to create a Minor chord 
  • How to Create A 7th Chord 
  • Key and Key Signatures 
  • Diatonic Chords 
  • Chord Progressions 
  • Tapping ex 5 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping ex 5 Parts 3 & 4 
  • Tapping ex 5 Part 5 
  • How to make a major sweep and inversion 
  • How to make a minor sweep 
  • How to use the sweeps 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps no turnaround ex 1 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps no turnaround ex 2 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps no turnaround ex 3 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps no turnaround ex 4 
  • Conclusion to level 9 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 10 - Pull offs and hammer ons, tapping and improvising

  • Introduction to level 10 – Intermediate Lead 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 1 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 2 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 3 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 4 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 5 intermediate 
  • Pull offs and hammer ons ex 6 intermediate 
  • Tapping ex 6 Parts 1, 2 & 3 
  • Tapping ex 7 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Improvising part 1 
  • Improvising part 2 
  • Improvising part 3 
  • Improvising part 4 
  • Conclusion to level 10 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 11 - 1st position Major Octave Scale, tapping, improvising and joining 3 and 5 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 11 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 1st position Major Octave scale 
  • Tapping ex 8 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping ex 8 Parts 3, 4 & 5 
  • Improvising part 5 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 1 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 2 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 3 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 4 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 5 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 6 
  • Joining 5 and 3 string sweeps ex 7 
  • Conclusion to level 11 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 12 - 2nd,3rd, 4th and 5th position Major Octave Scales, tapping and improvising

  • Introduction to level 12 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 2nd and 3rd position Major Octave scale 
  • 4th and 5th position Major Octave scale 
  • Tapping ex 9 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping ex 9 Parts 3, 4 & 5 
  • Improvising part 6 
  • Conclusion to level 12 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 13 - 6th and 7th position Octave Scales, tapping, improvising and 5 string sweeps

  • Introduction to level 13 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 6th and 7th position Major Octave scale 
  • Tapping Ex 10 Parts 1 & 2 
  • Tapping Ex 10 Parts 3 & 4 
  • Improvising part 7 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 1 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 2 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 3 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 4 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 5 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 6 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 7 
  • Conclusion to level 13 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 5 string sweeps with turnaround ex 8 

Level 14 - 1st position caged Major Scale, improvising, 5 string sweeps and 1 string Major scales

  • Introduction to level 14 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 1st position caged scales 
  • Improvising part 8 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps with a turnaround ex1 
  • Joining 5 string sweeps with a turnaround ex2 
  • 1 string major scales ex 1 
  • 1 string major scales ex 2 
  • 1 string major scales ex 3 
  • 1 string major scales ex 4 
  • 1 string major scales ex 5 
  • Conclusion to level 14 – Intermediate Lead 

Level 15 - 2nd position caged Major scale, improvising, 2 string sweeps and 1 string Major scales

  • Introduction to level 15 – Intermediate Lead
  • 2nd position caged scales 
  • Improvising part 9 
  • 2 string sweeps ex 1 
  • 2 string sweeps ex 2 
  • 2 string sweeps ex 3 
  • 1 string major scales ex 6 
  • 1 string major scales ex 7 
  • 1 string major scales ex 8 
  • 1 string major scales ex 9 
  • 1 string major scales ex 10 
  • Conclusion to level 15 – Intermediate Lead

Level 16 - All caged Major Scales, improvising, 4 string sweeps and 1 string Major Scales

  • Introduction to level 16 – Intermediate Lead 
  • 3rd, 4th and 5th position caged scales 
  • Improvising part 10 
  • 4 string sweeps ex 1 
  • 4 string sweeps ex 2 
  • 4 string sweeps ex 3 
  • 1 string major scales ex 11 
  • 1 string major scales ex 12 
  • 1 string major scales ex 13 
  • 1 string major scales ex 14 
  • 1 string major scales ex 15 
  • 1 string major scales ex 16 
  • 1 string major scales ex 17 
  • Conclusion to Intermediate Lead

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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