MathRock Guitar Lessons
Hi, my name is Steve, and welcome to my page all about mathrock!
Whether you are a beginner, or already an experienced player, the guitar lessons that I have put together will get you on your way to playing mathrock and similar styles on your guitar. I aim to get you thinking about your own song writing skills and the methods and techniques you could learn to improve them.
Although the lessons focus on mathrock song writing skills and similar styles, they are beneficial to all styles of playing, too.
Don't hesitate to ask via the contact page if you have any questions.
All the best,
If you're saying to yourself "what the hell is mathrock?", then check out the video below!
News – December 2017
Here's myself wearing one of the t-shirts.
I received a message from Tim saying he enjoyed the TTNG video I made, couldn't believe it! He's a super nice dude, sent me a tab book and a t-shirt. You can view the lesson below, thanks.
I've recently setup a Patreon account, there you can support the channel and this page and in return you'll get access to extra content such as exclusive tutorials, vote on lesson topics, have your name in the credits to my videos, and have access to my posts.
Featured MathRock Lesson
Hey all, strap yourselves in, it's gonna be a long one!
In this lesson, you can learn how to play like Yvette Young. To do this, I broke this video up into two parts. Part one looks at guitar techniques she uses and part two looks at her song writing techniques. I worked this all out by researching how she plays and by analysing her song writing techniques by analysing two of her songs: Pelagic and Nautilus from the Currents EP. By analysing these songs, I was able to gain insight into possible ways that she writes songs. Hope you find it useful!
Bass Guitar in MathRock - Ideas, Melody, Progression
I met up with my good friend Ali to talk about bass guitar in mathrock. Some topics we covered: how bass guitar can be applied in a different manner compared to other genres, how to write ideas, how to write progressions, and using bass as a focal point in writing. Some good insight, even if you aren't a bass player.
All of My Math Rock Videos
Want to improve your guitar playing skills? Of course you do! Creative Guitar 1 and 2 are my go-to books when it comes to improving my skills. They are both written by the master of guitar himself, Guthrie Govan. Book 1 is for beginners to immediate players, and book 2 is for more adept players. Check the links below for more information, thanks.