How do you get the musical vocabulary of a professional guitarist?

Music Muse Academy will get you there fast. Learn straight from the pros.

You will study this vocabulary in a new way. Imagine yourself making progress by

Picking up the details of a style easily.
Playing authentic phrases in a style.
Maximising your practice time.
and enjoying your instrument more than ever.
We have an ever increasing library of lessons on different guitar styles such as blues, jazz, rock, bluegrass and metal.
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What is unique about Music Muse Academy?

Music Muse Academy has a special engine which provides you with "musical flashcards".

By learning a vocabulary of musical phrases, you train your:

Fretboard knowledge
Theory knowledge
Ear
Technique
Rhythmic skills
and you acquire phrases you can use straight away

In addition Music Muse Academy remembers what you have practiced, so you can review your practice schedule and fine tune it.

Let's take a look at a few of the great features we have to help you make the most of your practice time.

Here is an overview of the academy, please check it out to see how it works.

Focus mode allows the user to really concentrate in on parts of an example. Learning a lick in chunks like this will really make it easier. Sometimes even learning a acouple of bars at a time is too much.

With focus mode you can learn the examples a bar, half a bar or even a beat at a time. Focus mode, like the rest of our site, works really well on mobile devices.

Record mode allows the user to record themselves on the website and listen back.

Recording yourself is a great way to improve quickly. When you play it is difficult to hear exactly you sound. With record mode you get immediate feedback and you can compare your playing with the example to ensure you are getting all of the subtleties.

Each musical style has it's own feel and attitude. Using Music Muse Academy you can really absorb details of a style quickly.

We have modules in many styles including blues, jazz, metal, rock and bluegrass.

Try out all the features now for FREE

Ron Jackson

Ron Jackson

World Renowned Seven String Jazz Guitarist, composer and arranger, Ron Jackson has performed, recorded and taught music in over 30 countries.

Ron has been featured as a leader in jazz festivals all over the world, including the North Sea Jazz Festival, Edinburgh Jazz Festival, and Winter Jazzfest.

Ron’s influences include George Benson, Pat Metheny, Jimmy Page, and Jimi Hendrix and has studied under the tutelage of Pat Martino, Barry Harris, Melvin Sparks, and the seven-string master, the late Bucky Pizzarelli.

Mike Brookfield

Mike Brookfield

“Murderous blues rock thunderstorms…. the man simply does it all… awesome!”

"Mike Brookfield is a virtuoso blues rocker...with a particular ability to craft hook-laden big blues ballads ...shedload of prodigious rockabilly chops...what he can do with his Stratocaster, is bloody impressive.”

In 2015 he released his debut album, ‘Love Breaks the Fall’, which attracted glowing reviews from the music press. Mike’s follow up album ‘Brookfield’ in 2018 has also confirmed his high level of songwriting and guitar playing.

Levi Clay

Levi Clay

A Scotland native, Levi has been working professionally in music and education since graduating from music school in 2009. Since that time he’s built a business as one of the world’s go to sources for music transcription, working for individuals and artists from all over.

As an educator Levi’s resume includes popular blues columns for Premier Guitar Magazine, several instructional DVDs for LickLibrary, and multiple Amazon best selling books.

Christian Miller

Christian Miller

Having traded Astronomy for jazz, Christian Miller has played guitar with the broadest possible spectrum of British jazz musicians, ranging from traditional jazz star Adrian Cox to fusion virtuoso Mike Mondesir, and taking in the likes of Nigel Price, Heidi Vogel, Alex Garnett and Ian Shaw.

Internationally, Christian has collaborated with New York musicians including swing scene favourite Gordon Webster and Brandi Disterheft, and rising star New Orleans reedswoman Aurora Nealand (Treme, Royal Roses.)

Equally at home on electric and acoustic instruments, his current projects include: Kit Massey’s Hot Club of Jupiter, the Balagan Café Band, Southside Gypsy Trio, Big Fan, the Melange Collective and his own trio.

Andy Hatfield

Andy Hatfield

Nationally, Andy is known for winning three National Championships: The 2011 and the 2017 National Flatpicking Championship, and the 2013 National Mandolin Championship. He is one of only four people (and the second from Peoria) to win both those contests in the 45+ year history of the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas, where the national contests are held each fall. Andy competed in many guitar contests around the country from 2010 – 2015, and placed in the top 3 in every contest he entered.

Andy is a 2001 graduate of Bradley University, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Music.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes you can. "You can checkout any time you want, AND you can leave".

Our teachers are professionals who have a wide experience playing and teaching in the styles that they teach. It is important to us that the vocablulary you learn is authentic.

The feedback that we receive from our users is that with Music muse academy that practice is more enjoyable and more effective than other methods. This means you will learn faster than before.

Yes, we have material for all levels. You can search by level to find suitable lessons.

Currently we teach blues, jazz, rock, bluegrass and metal guitar.

Yes, many of our users use the site on their phone.

Making money is not our top priority, most of the subscription fee price goes straight back into the pockets of the artists who create the lessons.