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Cho Jung-chi talks about the irresistible six strings and life as a guitarist

In this class,

In addition to getting to know the extra-ordinariness of guitar, you can learn the know-how of Master Cho Jung-chi that will help you develop guitar performance skills and abilities.

All Lessons : 14 | 3:25:40

Free 1st lesson after sign up!

Lesson 1

03:42

Intro

The guitar is a musical instrument that is familiar to us all. Before the lecture, let’s hear what guitarist Cho Jung-chi thinks about the compelling charms of a guitar.

The guitar is a musical instrument that is familiar to us all. Before the lecture, let’s hear what guitarist Cho Jung-chi thinks about the compelling charms of a guitar.

Free 1st lesson after sign up!

Lesson 2

10:37

My First Guitar

The first guitar that will make you fall head over heels in love with the six strings! What is the best way to choose the right guitar for you? Discover the tips for finding the perfect guitar and learn some fascinating guitar facts.

The first guitar that will make you fall head over heels in love with the six strings! What is the best way to choose the right guitar for you? Discover the tips for finding the perfect guitar and learn some fascinating guitar facts.

Lesson 3

17:54

Tuning a Guitar

Learn how to change the guitar strings and get information about guitar string types, tuners, and tuning.

Learn how to change the guitar strings and get information about guitar string types, tuners, and tuning.

Lesson 4

18:07

Guitar Basics

Find out the different names of guitar parts and learn how to read sheet music and the fundamental guitar chord finger placement.

Find out the different names of guitar parts and learn how to read sheet music and the fundamental guitar chord finger placement.

Lesson 5

05:35

Guitar Basics - Practice

Based on the basic chords learned in Lesson 4, it is time for practice with the Beatles’ <Let It Be>.

Based on the basic chords learned in Lesson 4, it is time for practice with the Beatles’ <Let It Be>.

Lesson 6

07:40

Guitar Intensives

Learn the right-hand chord patterns that will help you move up a step from a beginner. What is this secret pattern that enables you to play almost any song?

Learn the right-hand chord patterns that will help you move up a step from a beginner. What is this secret pattern that enables you to play almost any song?

Lesson 7

11:13

Guitar Intensives - Practice

Based on the pattern discussed in Lesson 6, it is time for practice with 10cm’s <Phonecert> and Adam Levine’s <Lost Stars>.

Based on the pattern discussed in Lesson 6, it is time for practice with 10cm’s <Phonecert> and Adam Levine’s <Lost Stars>.

Lesson 8

46:14

Guitarist’s Gear

Do your eyes sparkle with guitar gears? Take a look at Cho Jung-chi’s gears, including his guitar case, picks, effectors, and amplifiers.

Do your eyes sparkle with guitar gears? Take a look at Cho Jung-chi’s gears, including his guitar case, picks, effectors, and amplifiers.

Lesson 9

23:32

Recording Electric Guitar

Find out what you need to know about recording guitar and get an insight into the recording process through demonstration.

Find out what you need to know about recording guitar and get an insight into the recording process through demonstration.

Lesson 10

10:02

Story of Musician Cho Jung-chi

How did he come to fall in love with guitar and music? The chronicle of 'guitarist Cho Jung-chi' that has made him who he is today!

How did he come to fall in love with guitar and music? The chronicle of 'guitarist Cho Jung-chi' that has made him who he is today!

Lesson 11

08:18

For Guitarists

Cho Jung-chi advises on what it means to be a guitarist in various situations and things to keep in mind for those who wish to walk the path as guitarists.

Cho Jung-chi advises on what it means to be a guitarist in various situations and things to keep in mind for those who wish to walk the path as guitarists.

Lesson 12

34:38

Song Arrangement

Cho Jung-chi melds the unique guitarist sensibility into his arrangement! He introduces his thoughts on the arrangement, intentions, and processes of the songs he has arranged so far.

Cho Jung-chi melds the unique guitarist sensibility into his arrangement! He introduces his thoughts on the arrangement, intentions, and processes of the songs he has arranged so far.

Lesson 13

05:44

Album Production of Recording Artists

Cho Jung-chi delivers what might be practical tips to those who wish to produce their albums.

Cho Jung-chi delivers what might be practical tips to those who wish to produce their albums.

Lesson 14

02:24

Outro

Guitarist Cho Jung-chi invites you to an adventure into the unknown!

Guitarist Cho Jung-chi invites you to an adventure into the unknown!

Recommended to

Those who want to know A to Z of the guitar

Those who want to learn tips on arranging new and existing songs in different styles

Those who are curious about general guitar gears and the gears used by master Cho Jung-chi

Those who want to know practical tips to enjoy playing the guitar

MASTER STORY

Accomplished guitarist Cho Jung-chi!

 

Cho Jung-chi, who has been a session guitarist for numerous musicians since his debut in 2010, has continued his career as a singer-songwriter, having released three albums and establishing himself as a skillful music arranger.  

 

Although humble about his career achievements, his story shows passion and ambition as a guitarist, and his philosophy on music speaks otherwise. Through ViBLE, Cho Jung-chi shares how he came to walk his fate as a guitarist and everything he loves about 'guitar' after first encountering the instrument as a young boy.  

 

The class also includes practical advice for aspiring professionals, interesting guitar information, helpful practice methods for beginners, various guitar gears that will catch your eyes and ears, guitar sound recording techniques, and the qualities to become a good guitarist.

 

Cho Jung-chi's ViBLE lecture will give pleasure to those who dream of becoming a guitarist and everyone curious about the instrument guitar.

 

Cho Jung-chi is still exploring the unknown world of "guitar" although it has been nearly 30 years.

It is now your turn to join this adventure!

Q & A

Q. What is the right-hand guitar practice for beginners?

Often beginners become too stressed about playing the left-hand chords well, but frankly, playing the right-hand chords matters. But experience has shown that right-handed technique takes too long to get used to and understand. So this time, I would like to introduce you to right-handed techniques that you learn naturally by getting used to the guitar. It is a 16-bit technique, so the standard is to hit it sixteen times per bar, but forget everything and think that you are practicing this stroke pattern. Once you get familiar with this pattern, you can play most songs; slow, fast, sad, and even upbeat songs. The key is applying an accent at the right moment. (Please watch the Class videos for examples of various performances!)

Q. What was the most challenging part as a guitarist?

What I had the most difficulty with was singing and playing the guitar without any other instruments. It was challenging because I was new to singing. Because I had never sung on a stage, I did not understand why singers were sensitive, but when I tried singing myself, I felt uncomfortable singing because of the sound of the drum, bass, and other instruments. The instrumentalists have to create a 'space' for the singer to sing because, without it, singing is challenging. Once I began to sing, it was only then when I learned how the song should harmonize with the instruments and how to create space.

Q. What is Cho Jung-chi's arrangement style?

When I arrange a song, I work with the identity of a guitarist. It means I try to reveal my personality as a guitarist in the arrangement where the guitar is the main element, the part where the guitar ad-lib is well exposed, and even when the guitar plays a minor role that is not well exposed. I have been an arranger for a while, but my work style is to think more from the perspective of the musician and present opinions, and work together in collaboration rather than taking complete control. It is not a very common situation. It is the role of the arranger to organize the direction or reference that the composer wants. (Please watch the video for examples of arranging the existing song into a new style!)

Q. Do you have any final advice you want to give to "recording artists" who are about to produce an album?

If you are a musician starting for the first time, the album production process is pretty much over when you hand over the jacket design and the master file to the distributor or CD production center on the set date. When it is released, the joy only lasts momentarily, and nothing happens. But you must continue to do music, no matter how trivial, even without any support. You have to remember that what you do afterward is 100 times more burdensome than releasing a song. Please remember that releasing an album includes the effort of playing the music here and there.

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