Which course should I do?
To help you get the most out of your term with The Guitar Social we want to help you choose from our compilation album of 12, the course that is right for your level or that will help fill any knowledge gaps you may have.

Based on the answers you give here we'll make a suggestion to you. You can choose to take the suggestion or go rogue. We'll all musicians or musicians in the making here so we expect a bit of rogueness
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This first section will cover your current ability. This is not a school exam; there is no judgement on what you do or don't know, we just need to understand what level you're at now to better understand where you'd be most happy
Scales - There are five pentatonic box shapes, how many can you play in a MINOR key? Select one answer
Your current level
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Scales - How many of the 5 pentatonic shapes can you play in a MAJOR key? Select one answer
Your current level
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Scales - There are 5 shapes in the CAGED system. Which of the ones shown in the image are you familiar with (shown in the image is C, A, G, E and D shapes). Choose all that you know (or none, none is fine too). Select all that apply
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Chords - Which of these chords are you familiar with in open position (open position means not played as a bar chord - normally played down in the first three frets - near the neck of the guitar). Select all that you know off by heart
Your current level
Chords - How confident are you playing barre chords?
Your current level
Not at all confident
Very confident
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Chords - Can you play and name this chord? Select one answer
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Chords - Can you play and name this chord? Select one answer
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Chords - Can you play and name this chord? Select one answer
Your current level
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Arpeggios - Can you play an arpeggio starting on the 6th string and can you play one starting on the 5th string? By arpeggio we don't mean holding down a chord and picking through the notes - instead we mean playing the notes of the chord individually across the fret board. Select one answer
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Rhythms - How confident do you feel switching between different rhythms within the same song e.g. off beat syncopated in the verse to playing on beats 1 and the off beat of three in the chorus?
Your current level
Not at all confident
Very confident
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This next section will help us choose between the various courses we offer at different levels. Let's understand what you're interested in
What were you listening to 10 years ago?
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As a child who were your favourite bands or artists?
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What do you like to listen to now? Include in your answer any songs that you would particularly love to learn. We can't guarantee we'll learn the song but it will help us to understand the style you like
Song choices
Finally - Is there anything you would like us to know before we begin? This can be anything-such as how you want to be Eric Clapton, or why you wanted to do a course here. We'll get an email with all of your answers and will send you one back with a suggestion of a course/courses
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