Have you ever seen someone play a guitar and make it look like the most easy and effortless thing in the world? It was as if they could use the strings as an extension of their native language to shape the mood of the air around them. ✨✨✨
Inspired, you probably picked up a guitar and tried to learn only to find that it was an endless maze of chords and theories stacked on top of numbing headaches and fingertip pain. You may have wrote them off as a "natural" and decided that the guitar just wasn't meant for some people.
Like you, I felt this way for a long, long time. I pushed myself to learn songs despite headaches, pain, and ambiguous online tutorials. Against all odds, I managed to learn some fairly impressive tunes. Despite all this, I always felt like a fake. I had no foundation and felt like a house of cards that could crumble at any minute.
One day, it crumbled. I was backstage at a show where local pop singers had hired some friends and I to play behind them at a showcase. Yep, despite mostly sucking at the guitar I got hired somehow. ? Then a singer burst into the green room and exclaimed that her voice was wrecked from over-practicing and we'd have to take it down a key. I had no idea how to do this and it had taken all my effort to get these songs to the point where they sounded passable at best. She left. We were 20mins from showtime.
In a panic, I asked the pianist for help. In a relaxed, unhurried manor, he pulled out a sheet of paper and wrote down some new chords and found me a capo. I was shocked. The chords were simple. I could play them in my sleep. Despite the fact that he was playing outlandish complex parts, he'd simplified my part to just a few easy chords and it sounded amazing. He saved the show.
Over the next few months, I became his most loyal student and soaked in everything I could about music. There was a ton of super dense info because he was a music student inclined to practicing 5+ hours a day.
In time, I simplified the mountains of music theory I studied and started teaching students of my own. I found that students could master the guitar quickly by focusing on just a few key points. Some people call this the 80/20 rule which occurs when 20% of your effort gives you 80% of your results.
In time I called this process the Six Chord Method because you literally only need to master six chords to play 95% of pop and rock music. It crystalized into a 12-week lesson schedule with six weeks of learning and six weeks of practicing each concept. Soon my schedule filled up with lessons and show dates.
Saddened that I couldn't help more people learn the guitar, I decided to make this online course to take people out of the "void" where they have no foundation for learning into a place where they can comfortably play their favorite songs on the shortest path possible. This course includes all the essential shortcuts:
✅How to learn faster than everyone else
✅ How to play effortlessly without pain
✅ How to strum like a pro without learning difficult strumming patterns
✅ How to play and embroider the only chords you ever need to learn
✅ How to apply a small amount of music theory to knock years off your practice time
✅ How to play all your favorite songs with just a few chords
So if you're a singer, songwriter, or musician that wants to learn the guitar in the newest, easiest way possible, then get started TODAY. The price is going up soon.
One student recently said, “When I started practicing the guitar, one of my long-term goals was to get good enough to consider myself a guitarist. This program made me realize that that point was much nearer on the horizon than I had imagined. Within a few hours, I was able to play along with a couple of my favorite songs, and Ryan has been able to help me shortcut what would’ve been a long, directionless path otherwise. Being able to see those tangible results has inspired me forward and made learning the guitar a heck of a lot of fun.”
Another student said, "This course is a completely different way of approaching the guitar. I realize now how directionless my path was before. I'm already playing songs that would've taken years otherwise."
So if you're ready to get off the long and winding road and become the guitarist that you always knew you could be, then get started today! ✨✨✨
Ryan was named "the next big guitar hero" by Scorpius Magazine last year and has performed with nearly 100 different singers and groups across 4 continents. With real-world experience teaching and playing the guitar, he has synthesized new ways of learning that can shave years off of practice time for other guitarists. After testing new learning methods on local students with great success, he now offers courses that cover the same info at a fraction of the price online.