Quick Takes

Quick Take lessons are an economical way for you to solve a guitar problem or just jumpstart your practice. For $37, you can get a specifically tailored 10-15 minute video lesson. Here’s how it works:
Send me an email to rolly@rollybrown.com with a short explanation of your problem, It could be a tune you’d like to learn, a question about one of my Youtube videos, a theory concept that you’ve been grappling with. I’ll write back and tell you if using this format will help. If so, you can send me $37 via Paypal, to rolly@rollybrown.com, and I’ll make you a short video, usually within two days. I’ll either email it to you, or send it via Dropsend.com, a file download service.
Go here to order:
You can hit the “buy now” button, and use a credit card or Paypal to order.
Or, of course, you can send a check ($35), but that takes longer.

Here’s a short video demonstrating the Quick Take concept:

For additional options, check the “study w/ Rolly” page.

  1. Hi Rolly
    Thanks for the beautiful “Unchained Melody” lesson…
    this is going to take some time getting used to different fingerings, although I found that knowledge of two-finger progressions helped me somewhat… I rarely use drop D, and I can see that this is going to open up a whole new direction of learning.
    Best Regards

    • Hi, Mel,
      As i said, it’s a fairly user-friendly way to head towards an alternate tuning…only one string has to change. Have fun with it.

  2. Hi Rolly,

    I’d like to thank you for your Quick Take lesson on “I Ain’t Got Nothing But The Blues.” It was exactly what I was looking for as far as chord progression instruction and I appreciate your detailed info on those seductive licks. You provided a lot of good, usable information in a short amount of time and I look forward to ordering several more of my favorites. Guitar instruction has taken a turn for the better. Much better.

    Austin, KY

  1. Pingback: Drop D tuning; Unchained Melody « RollyGuitar

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