Exciting new changes are coming to Jamorama! We’re proud to announce that we’re introducing social networking to the site. Whether you’re just getting into guitar or you’re a seasoned veteran, the new social tools will help you build a strong support network that you can go to for encouragement, advice and support for years to […]
Author Archives: Jon Coursey
Start Jamming with the SoundCloud ‘backing tracks’ tab
One of the best ways to improve your guitar skills is to practice playing along with backing tracks. Until now, all of our backing tracks have come in the video – which is fine when you only want to attempt the ‘jam along’ section as part of your lesson. But what if you want to […]
Taking the Mystery Out of Scales
If you’ve tried learning lead guitar before, you’ll know that playing scales and making music are two totally different things. Played from top to bottom and back – the scale can be one of the most boring things you’ll ever hear coming out of a guitar… BUT, when the right notes are chosen and played at the right […]
Announcing Fingerstyle Guitar with Mark McKenzie
Fingerstyle Guitar course launched! As promised, the first chapter of Mark McKenzie’s Fingerstyle Guitar course has been launched in the courses section of the site. We’ll be continuing to add more chapters to this course in the coming days. But, while we finish the final edits, we thought we’d open the first chapter up to […]
Jamorama for Android, ios and Windows devices
If you’re a regular user of Jamorama you might have noticed a change to the video player in the last couple of weeks. That’s because we are now using Vimeo to stream our videos. This change means better video performance across a greater range of devices – including Jamorama for Android, ios and Windows devices. Previously, […]
Try the new “1 Hour Workout” course!
For those who didn’t notice, we just launched a brand new course last week. It’s called the ‘1 Hour Workout’ and it’s going to take your guitar playing up to a whole new level! It’s based on one of Mark’s own practice schedules that he uses to develop his own skills epic guitar skills. In […]
And… we’re live! The Jamorama re-launch is complete.
It’s been 12 months of hard slog, but we finally got there! We are very proud to announce that the new Jamorama site is now live and open for learning. With the new site we’re placing a lot of importance on getting the small things right and making sure this is a vibrant, friendly place […]
New version of Jamorama coming soon!
Check out this video we made for the upcoming Jamorama relaunch to hear more about the new site and courses we’re releasing! Up-date: The new version of Jamorama is now live! Happy jammin’.
Accelerate your guitar playing
Before you get too carried away with the title of this post, let me say one thing first: While you certainly can accelerate your guitar playing by incorporating a few extra steps into your practice regime, you won’t be playing like Jimi Hendrix tomorrow… But, you will see a difference and you may even surprise yourself.
Talent is everywhere – amazing street guitarists
I think you’ll agree with me about talent is everywhere… don’t forget about the talent you have inside you, that talent that only needs a bit of work to pull it out… practice, more practice and a little bit of more practice is the only thing you need.