Course curriculum

  • 1

    Beginner Guitar Phase 3

    • Week 1 - Major and Minor Barre Chord Root on E

    • Lesson 1 Recording and Charts

    • Week 2 - The Capo and Slash Chords

    • Lesson 2 Recording And Charts

    • Week 3 - Country Road by John Denver

    • Lesson 3 Recording and Charts

    • Week 4 - Major and Minor Barre Chords - Root on A / Night Moves

    • Lesson 4 Recording and Charts

    • Week 5 - Night Moves by Bob Segar

    • Lesson 5 Recording and Chart

    • Week 6 - Sus Chords and Peaceful Easy Feeling by the Eagles

    • Lesson 6 Recording and Chart

    • Week 7 - Arpeggios and House Of The Rising Sun

    • Lesson 7 Recording and Charts

    • Week 8 - Major Scale in Thirds and Pentatonic Minor Scale

    • Lesson 8 Recording and Charts

    • Week 9 - Alternating Bass Line and Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys

    • Week 9 Recording and Charts

    • Week 10 - Chord Theory - Key Of G and C Study and Rumble by Link Wray

    • Week 10 Recording and Charts

    • Week 11 - Min7 Chord and Heart Of Gold by Neil Young

    • Week 11 Recording and Charts

    • Week 12 - Rocky Raccoon by The Beatles

    • Week 12 Recording and Charts


Bryan Billhimer

Center Stage instructor Bryan Billhimer is a 20 year guitar veteran with experience in teaching, live performance, and studio recordings. Bryan began his guitar playing career at the age of 14. Over a few years he learned all the fundamentals necessary to further his craft via self teaching and motivation. During high school and college Bryan performed in several bands on a regular basis playing blues and rock. In this time he earned a Bachelors degree from the Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. Upon graduating college he worked in a local studio where he met producer Emosia (produced Blessid Union of Souls, Lakeisha Berri, etc.) and members of Blessid Union. After a year or so he was asked to join the band and toured for nearly ten years with the international recording artists covering the U.S., Japan, South Korea, Germany, and Afghanistan. Throughout his career in music, Bryan has also taught multiple students. Beginning in college and to the present, he has taught over 50 students in private lessons.