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It’s been a busy year or so with a crazy amount of project work in my day job, so I haven’t had much time to work on new lesson content. But over the last several months, I’ve taken some some time to stock up on studio gear and a new and improved video creation arsenal. I’ve also jotted down a few ideas for the next steps for through the end of the year.

The next 5mgl project will be a series of lessons (and possibly a printable or printed manual) showing how to fake 10-25 popular songs. I’ve got my ideas of what songs to include, but to make this more useful to the folks who check out this site, I thought I’d ask for a little help – FROM YOU!

I’m asking all my readers/viewers to help me plan the next set of video guitar lessons. This will make sure I’m not wasting time giving you stuff that you don’t find valuable.

My plan is to record the video lessons and publish them here on as quickly as I can produce them. As this project develops, I also plan to provide supporting media – most likely a DVD with extended video lessons and a printed manual – as a separate product.

But I need your help to make this effort more valuable to you! So I’m asking for your help now!

You get to help plan the content for this site for the next several months. Here’s how it’ll work:

  • Please leave me a comment below letting me know 1 song you’d like to be able to fake on guitar.
  • If I record the lesson for your song, I’ll give you access to all the premium content, and printable practice aid materials for the whole “faker” series – for free, and before it gets released to other subscribers.
  • Be sure to follow me on twitter and subscribe to the “Groove Guide” via the mailing list link at the top of the blog for updates on the series. 

I can’t guarantee that every comment will drive the video series. There’s probably not a way to teach someone how to effectively fake “Eruption” or nail a detailed classical fingerpicking tune in a 5-minute lesson. But there are thousands of songs out there that I can teach you to hum and strum in short order.

So what do you want to learn? Leave a comment below!

Thanks for your help!

Peace and happy pickin’!


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