I like the camera angles, and I like that I can stop, rewind, and replay as needed to get it. I like that I can fully see what is going on, and where my fingers need to be. I'm very visual, and I need that obviousness in order to succeed.
I also like how it is all so easy to navigate. You mark each thing complete as you finish it-which I usually don't do because you know me, and I'm a fail when it comes to marking complete haha, but if you want to you can do that, and it keeps track for you. I also like how there's a different section for both left hand and right hand, so you know what each hand is supposed to be doing. Like I said, it's broken down into very easy to follow lessons, which is great for me.
My favorite part:
The visuals are my favorite part! This is exactly the kind of thing I need. I can see this, I can pause it on my screen, and I can take my time to make sure my fingers are exactly right. This is where I have had issues before because no one had ever taken the time to show me exactly where my fingers should go in a way that made sense to me when it comes to the chords.
I had never even heard the term Solfege before! Actually, I never even know the origins of the Do-Re-Mi scale! I really love the history that is also included in this course. Actually, Mr. B is now really interested in Hungary (featured in this week's lesson,) and that has led to more research into the country! This lesson has helped my understanding so much! By simply moving up and or down on the frets, you change the key....but your hands are still doing the same thing. I don't know why my mind had complicated that so much!