#1
Ive been playing for 2 years and i want to see what guitar grades are all about.

Could someone give me a link so i can SEE what the coursework, prob Lvl 1 seeing as i have no idea about guitar grades.

And i dont want stuff like, "a good understanding of scales and appregios" ive seen that already.
Thanks
#2
well id did ANZCA grade 3 to 6 and its like major and minor scales and arpeggios.
its nothing to hard, you have to learn 4 songs from there list of songs.
id recomend getting a teacher to help you
#3
I reckon the syllabus for modern guitar is pretty poor, but that's just my opinion.
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#4
Quote by innertom
well id did ANZCA grade 3 to 6 and its like major and minor scales and arpeggios.
its nothing to hard, you have to learn 4 songs from there list of songs.
id recomend getting a teacher to help you


OKay thanks, have you got the coursework, saying major minor scales isnt doing much tbh.
#5
I'm in england so i don't know if this will apply to you. I did my grades 1-8 through the registry of guitar tutors ( RGT). I had a teacher but you could possibly work through by yourself. The grades progressively expand your knowledge and ability of chords, scales arpeggios, rhythm playing, lead playing(improv) and applied music theory and specialist techniques. At the exams you are tested on all these aspects rather than just learning set peices and reciting them. I found this a very structured and thorough method of learning. If you cant do yours through the rgt, my advice is to look for a similar set up.
Hope that helps, good luck.
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