Monday, November 30, 2009

Secrets to composing Songs ( part 3) - Dan Denley

This is the final part of a 3-part trilogy of videos from Dan's Amazing Guitar Secrets course, designed to open up some 'insider secrets' on some simple but effective ways of composing songs.

Dan starts out with a basic E chord, but by adding distortion, rhythm and changing one finger position to end the riff on an A minor 6th. And that's just for starters. Watch this video ( parts 1 and 2 are also available here on my Guitar Tips blog ) and pick up some really neat and simple tricks for creating those 'big rock band' sounds.

Dan has a whole bunch of fantastic guitar learning programs, including AmazingGuitarSecrets, BluesGuitar Secrets, AcousticGuitarSecrets and LeadGuitarSecrets and is always working to improve and upgrade them, as well as periodically developing new lessons covering yet another area of guitar music.

His flagship product - AmazingGuitarSecrets, which has helped literally thousands of guitar players to realize their potential, covers all aspects of guitar playing, from early learning right up to live performance.

In this three-part lesson Dan shows you some great techniques to help you with your songwriting - basically using the standared CAGED chords, but embellishing them to get that 'special' sound. The video below is part 3 of the lesson (8m.45s) - Parts 1 and 2 are the previous posts on this Guitar Tips Blog.

I hope you will enjoy and benefit from Dan's expertise, the link to the course is below:

Amazing Guitar Secrets - Comprehensive lessons program covering everything from the basics to advanced lead techniques


Dan has very recently released this fantastic new resource, Blues Guitar Secrets 2.0, which contains everything you could possibly need to help you become an accomplished Blues Guitar Player.

Enjoy your music,

P.J. Murphy
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