Gear Gods Editor-in-Chief Launches New Lesson Series


Trey Xavier, editor-in-chief of Gear Gods (our sister site!), was a professional guitar instructor for ten years. During that time, he developed a system for teaching his students how to play scales on the guitar that is easier and simpler than any other system ever made. Doubt it? Don’t: Trey has taught this stuff to students as young as 8.

Thus, what started out as a packet of sheets for Trey’s advanced students soon grew into a full fifty-page book (out later this year) and now, a video lesson series – RelationShapes.

Several years in the making, the RelationShapes guitar scale system is a way of looking at scales not just as a set of notes that you play from root to root up and down, but a way of knowing where you are within the scale at any time, so you can go anywhere! No more getting stuck thinking from the root on the low string, or memorizing every single modal shape as a different thing – instead, you get a set of consistent rules and sequences that will serve as your GPS, keeping you aware of your position all the time.

The first video in the series is free for preview, and this link will give you 50% off enrollment right now. So why wait? Let Trey help you get the fluency on the guitar that you’ve always wanted so you can express the music you have inside you.

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