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Play Acoustic Guitar 4: Rhythm Approaches

Ignite your acoustic guitar rhythm chops with this Acoustic Learning Path core course.
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Overview

Welcome to Play Acoustic Guitar 4: Rhythm Approaches for intermediate to late Intermediate students of Acoustic guitar. This Acoustic Learning Path core course is presented by 3 top TrueFire educators: Vicki Genfan, Massimo Varini, and Ravi. The Rhythm Approaches curriculum is comprised of select acoustic guitar lessons from the educators' existing TrueFire course libraries. Guitarists spend 90% of their time on the bandstand playing rhythm guitar behind vocals and other musician's solos, which is why it's the most important aspect of your playing. Having command of a wide range of chord voicings and rhythm approaches is what distinguishes great players from the mediocre, and it's also the number one reason that other musicians will want you in their band or invite you back to the jam. The video guitar lessons in this core course will equip you with the skills that you need to take your rhythm guitar playing to the next level.

Play Acoustic Guitar 4: Rhythm Approaches is organized into sections. In the first section, Vicki Genfan presents 13 rhythm guitar techniques and harmonic approaches for transforming any chord progression into compelling and engaging ear magic. Vicki also presents 10 versatile strumming patterns you must know in Section 2. Ravi takes over in Section 3 with enlightening demonstrations of 5 progressions that you will encounter over and over again in popular music. In Section 4, Massimo Varini introduces you to key approaches and examples for constructing rhythm parts for verse, pre-chorus and bridge sections of a song.

When you've completed the lessons here in Rhythm Approaches, you'll find more lessons focused on acoustic rhythm guitar in Rhythm Principles, also a Play Acoustic Guitar 4 core course.

The educators demonstrate all of the key examples over jam tracks (where and when applicable) to simulate a real-world application, in a musical context. Key examples are also tabbed and notated for your practice, reference and study purposes. Take as much time as you need to work through each video guitar lesson before moving on to the next lesson. If you want to dig deeper or wider into any of the topics covered in this core course, check out the rest of the courses in the Acoustic Learning Path where you'll find more examples, techniques and insight from top TrueFire educators. Grab your guitar and let's get started!

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Play Acoustic Guitar 4: Rhythm Approaches - Introduction

01: Play Acoustic Guitar 4: Rhythm Approaches - Introduction

Welcome to Play Acoustic Guitar 4: Rhythm Approaches for intermediate to late Intermediate students of Acoustic guitar. This Acoustic Learning Path core course is presented by 3 top TrueFire educators: Vicki Genfan, Massimo Varini, and Ravi. The Rhythm Approaches curriculum is comprised of select Acoustic guitar lessons from the educator's existing TrueFire course libraries.

3 min
Rhythm Techniques - SECTION 1: Overview

02: Rhythm Techniques - SECTION 1: Overview

In this section, Vicki Genfan steps you through 13 techniques and harmonic approaches for transforming common chord progressions into compelling rhythm parts. Genfan covers changing tempo, changing time signature, changing duration of chords, finger picking, strumming, plucking, harmonics, relative minor substitution, color tones, power chords, and other approaches that will spice up any of your rhythm parts.

1 min
13 Rhythm Guitar Techniques - Over a I V vi IV Progression

03: 13 Rhythm Guitar Techniques - Over a I V vi IV Progression

13 Rhythm Guitar Techniques - Over a I V vi IV Progression is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. One of the initial motivations for creating this course came from watching the musical-comedy group, 'Axis of Awesome' perform their routine which ended up going viral on YouTube.

2 min
Changing Time Signatures - Technique #1

04: Changing Time Signatures - Technique #1

Changing Time Signatures - Technique #1 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Most music in the Western world is in 4/4 time. Our brains and bodies are very used to the feel of this and can easily move to pulses that are grouped in 2's and 4's.

4 min
Changing Tempo - Technique #2

05: Changing Tempo - Technique #2

Changing Tempo - Technique #2 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Tempo refers to 'speed' or how fast or slow you play something. Changing the tempo of your chord progression or song will have a profound effect on how the music is perceived.

3 min
Duration of Chords - Technique #3

06: Duration of Chords - Technique #3

Duration of Chords - Technique #3 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Now this technique may be more useful at first glance for the songwriter... however, I think you should also consider experimenting with it in the context of a cover tune you may want to rearrange.

3 min
Changing Order of Chords - Technique #4

07: Changing Order of Chords - Technique #4

Changing Order of Chords - Technique #4 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide Songwriters!! For this exercise, that means all of you! Get out your recording gear... First, play the progression as we've been playing it, I -V-VIm-IV. Start out with 4/4 time and play each chord for 2 beats.

3 min
Fingerpicking Patterns - Technique #5

08: Fingerpicking Patterns - Technique #5

Fingerpicking Patterns - Technique #5 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. In this example really listen to the difference in 'vibe' between a basic strum and basic finger-picking pattern. If you're new to fingerpicking, take the time to practice this slowly. You can use a thumb pick if you like, but use your 'bare' index, middle and ring fingers.

2 min
Strumming Patterns - Technique #6

09: Strumming Patterns - Technique #6

Strumming Patterns - Technique #6 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. For the beginning strummer, you first have to master the 'Down-Up' motion with some fluidity. If this is hard for you, take the time to practice it before trying to play the first strum pattern.

14 min
Plucking with Fingers - Technique #7

10: Plucking with Fingers - Technique #7

Plucking with Fingers - Technique #7 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. For this exercise, we're going to pluck one bass string (4, 5 or 6) and the top three high strings (E, B, G) all together. Look carefully at the video to get your right hand in the correct starting position.

5 min
Adding Color Tones - Technique #9

11: Adding Color Tones - Technique #9

Adding Color Tones - Technique #9 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide . The basic structure of a chord, in its simplest form is a TRIAD, which consists of the Root, 3rd and 5th of a chord. We can add many additional notes to bring more 'color' to the progression.

6 min
Change Chord Quality - Technique #10

12: Change Chord Quality - Technique #10

Change Chord Quality - Technique #10 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. The quality of a chord tells us whether it's a MAJOR, MINOR, DOMINANT, DIMINISHED or AUGMENTED. Changing the quality of a chord in an unexpected place will make the ear perk up.

3 min
Changing Voicings - Technique #11

13: Changing Voicings - Technique #11

Changing Voicings - Technique #11 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. A 'voicing' refers to the order of the notes in a chord. Each voicing has a particular sound. You may chose a certain voicing for a chord because you simply like the way it sounds, or maybe you are trying to pick a melody out on a particular string (your high E string for example) and so you will be looking for chord forms that give you access to those notes.

2 min
Use Power Chords - Technique #12

14: Use Power Chords - Technique #12

Use Power Chords - Technique #12 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Power chords are used often in rock music, but you can incorporate them anywhere to bring a very rhythmic, staccato sound into your accompaniment or if you want a very 'open', neutral sound (remember, there are no 3rds or color tones, only roots and 5ths).

3 min
Working with Im bVII bVI V7 - Overview

15: Working with Im bVII bVI V7 - Overview

Working with Im bVII bVI V7 - Overview is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Another name for this progression is 'Flamenco' progression because its roots come from the Andalusian Gypsies, or Flamencos of Southern Spain.

5 min
Finger Picking - Applying Technique #5

16: Finger Picking - Applying Technique #5

Finger Picking - Applying Technique #5 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. We're going to use what is broadly termed, a 'Travis Picking' pattern. This pattern is named after country singer-songwriter and guitarist, Merle Travis and is based around an alternating bass pattern played with the thumb and then a syncopated rhythm played with the index, middle and ring finger that often times will pick out the melody.

8 min
Color Tones - Applying Technique #9

17: Color Tones - Applying Technique #9

Color Tones - Applying Technique #9 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. As we work with the G chord here, I'm showing you 2 ways to add the color tone of a suspended 4th.

12 min
Strumming - Applying Technique #6

18: Strumming - Applying Technique #6

Strumming - Applying Technique #6 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Take some time with this. Take your time working with the 'DOWN-UP' motion, getting it real smooth, keeping your right hand and arm relaxed.

12 min
Working with a I IV - Overview

19: Working with a I IV - Overview

Working with a I IV - Overview is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. The I and IV chords are considered, along with the V chord, to be the 'Basic' building blocks of thousands of songs (The IV-I is sometimes referred to as a 'Plagal' or 'Amen' Cadence because of its frequent use in Hymns).

3 min
Power Chords - Applying Technique #12

20: Power Chords - Applying Technique #12

Power Chords - Applying Technique #12 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Combine a bunch of the techniques...Play around with accenting different beats while playing power chords. Do the 'usual' patterns that you'd hear in a rock or blues song, then try different patterns to bring something new.

3 min
Strum Patterns - Applying Technique #6

21: Strum Patterns - Applying Technique #6

Strum Patterns - Applying Technique #6 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Make sure you're getting a real clean sound here. You only want to strike the two strings you want to hear! Experiment with right hand 'palm' muting to get a super tight sound. If your left hand gets tired, please take time out to STRETCH!!!!

2 min
Voicings with Strums - Applying Technique #6

22: Voicings with Strums - Applying Technique #6

Voicings with Strums - Applying Technique #6 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. This strumming pattern involves picking alternating bass notes and in between those bass notes strumming down and up, once each.

4 min
Changing Voicings - Applying Technique #11

23: Changing Voicings - Applying Technique #11

Changing Voicings - Applying Technique #11 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Whether you're playing as a solo performer, or with a band, you may want to play with voicings that bring you up higher on the neck and feature higher notes.

6 min
The Relative Minor - Applying Technique #8

24: The Relative Minor - Applying Technique #8

The Relative Minor - Applying Technique #8 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from Acoustic Rhythm Survival Guide. Using the relative minor is a great way to bring a new 'feeling' to a melody. Because the notes in the original chord and its relative minor are almost the same, you can keep a melody going while changing the chords underneath it.

8 min
Strumming Patterns - SECTION 2: Overview

25: Strumming Patterns - SECTION 2: Overview

In section 2, Vicki shares 10 strumming patterns that you can use for reggae, classic ballads, folk hip, swing pop, stop 'n go pop, udu hip, jazzy pop, acoustic rock, new world roll and other popular styles. Having command of a wide range and variety of strumming patterns will open up countless musical opportunities for you to take advantage of.

1 min
Simple Reggae - Pattern 3

26: Simple Reggae - Pattern 3

Simple Reggae - Pattern 3 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. This reggae strum can be juxtaposed in almost any genre of music and sound great. I'm using Fm and Bm chords using only the top 4 strings.

5 min
Classic Ballad - Pattern 4

27: Classic Ballad - Pattern 4

Classic Ballad - Pattern 4 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. I'm using a G-D-Am-C progression here. Because I'm using it at a slow tempo, I'm playing 16th notes and this gives the progression a lot of movement and energy.

3 min
Folk Hip - Pattern 8

28: Folk Hip - Pattern 8

Folk Hip - Pattern 8 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. 'm using a D-A-C-G progression. This pattern has a cool hip hop, laid back feel and can easily be used in folk, rock, or pop. Notice if you are anchoring your right hand in order to have more control in hitting the single bass notes.

5 min
Swing Pop - Pattern 11

29: Swing Pop - Pattern 11

Swing Pop - Pattern 11 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. I'm playing Am-C-G-D. This pattern's got a tight, pop feel. It requires both left hand and right hand muting to really give it the punch.

4 min
Stop 'n Go Pop - Pattern 18

30: Stop 'n Go Pop - Pattern 18

Stop 'n Go Pop - Pattern 18 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. The chords here are Am-G/B-C -D. You can never underestimate the power of silence in music - and this pattern is a great example of how the space in between our strokes gives us a funky, grooving feel.

4 min
Udu Hip - Pattern 21

31: Udu Hip - Pattern 21

Udu Hip - Pattern 21 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. I'm using D-A-C-G. This pattern has a great bouncy, contemporary feel. Try it with some of your favorite progressions. You can play it without any right or left hand muting and you'll get a much fuller sound.

2 min
Jazzy Pop - Pattern 24

32: Jazzy Pop - Pattern 24

Jazzy Pop - Pattern 24 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. I'm using EMaj9 - BminorSus4. They're both moveable chord forms, but make sure you mute the high and low E strings if they don't fit with the chord.

5 min
Acoustic Rock - Pattern 26

33: Acoustic Rock - Pattern 26

Acoustic Rock - Pattern 26 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. Here's a pattern using only your fingers - look Mom, no pick! The chords are E-A/E-EMa7/E-A/E and are based on the YES song, "I've Seen All Good People"'.

5 min
New World Roll - Pattern 28

34: New World Roll - Pattern 28

New World Roll - Pattern 28 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. This one uses the open tuning D-A-D-G-A-D. The chords are Bm9-Em9-Asus-Dadd4. This is a very full, flowing strum and can be used in any kind of music from country ballads to rock, pop to singer-songwriter. I'm using the roll on every chord but you can use it more sparingly, as a way to bring a new dynamic to the progression.

4 min
Harmonic Brushes - Pattern 30

35: Harmonic Brushes - Pattern 30

Harmonic Brushes - Pattern 30 is a video guitar lesson presented by Vicki Genfan and is sourced from 30 Strumming Patterns You MUST Know. This is a very rhythmic, popping pattern and the harmonic brushes really make it stand out and add a new texture and timbre. Take the time to practice those brushes alone and work on the right position - right on the fret - as well as the right pressure, a very light touch.

4 min
Pop Progressions - SECTION 3: Overview

36: Pop Progressions - SECTION 3: Overview

90% of the popular music songbook use the same relatively small number of chord progressions. In this section, Ravi demonstrates and breaks down 5 of them including I-vi-IV-V, I-IV-vi-V, I-iii-vi-IV, I-V-IV-V and the I-V-vi-V-IV-V progressions. Start with these five and then learn them all. Use the creative approaches in the previous sections to spice them up however you wish.

1 min
The I-vi-IV-V - Progression #11

37: The I-vi-IV-V - Progression #11

The I-vi-IV-V - Progression #11 is a video guitar lesson presented by Ravi and is sourced from Guitar Lab: 30 Rock & Pop Progressions. One way to alter a progression is to add the vi chord to the I. By doing so, you effectively extend the I chord role by employing its relative minor.

8 min
The I-IV-vi-V - Progression #13

38: The I-IV-vi-V - Progression #13

The I-IV-vi-V - Progression #13 is a video guitar lesson presented by Ravi and is sourced from Guitar Lab: 30 Rock & Pop Progressions. In order to add even more interest, instead of returning to the I in between, we can go to its relative minor, the vi. This maintains a similar sound, but adds a slightly darker flavor.

6 min
The I-iii-vi-IV - Progression #16

39: The I-iii-vi-IV - Progression #16

The I-iii-vi-IV - Progression #16 is a video guitar lesson presented by Ravi and is sourced from Guitar Lab: 30 Rock & Pop Progressions. To add real interest and more movement to the combined chord progression of I-V-I-IV, try relative minor substitutions for the middle two chords.

4 min
The I-V-IV-V Descending Bass - Progression #19

40: The I-V-IV-V Descending Bass - Progression #19

The I-V-IV-V Descending Bass - Progression #19 is a video guitar lesson presented by Ravi and is sourced from Guitar Lab: 30 Rock & Pop Progressions. This progression is similar to the previous one, but by playing the first V chord with another note from that chord in the bass, we create a step-wise descending bass line.

7 min
The I-V-vi-V-IV-V Desc. Bass - Progression #20

41: The I-V-vi-V-IV-V Desc. Bass - Progression #20

The I-V-vi-V-IV-V Desc. Bass - Progression #20 is a video guitar lesson presented by Ravi and is sourced from Guitar Lab: 30 Rock & Pop Progressions. We'll extend the previous descending bass line progression by repeating the I-V movement before going to the IV, and on that repeat, instead of playing the I again we'll use its relative minor, the vi.

6 min
Rhythm Studies - SECTION 4: Overview

42: Rhythm Studies - SECTION 4: Overview

In Section 4, Massimo Varini introduces you to key approaches and examples for constructing rhythm parts for verse, pre-chorus and bridge sections of a song.

1 min
Train Out West - Verse Rhythm 4

43: Train Out West - Verse Rhythm 4

Train Out West - Verse Rhythm 4 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. Drop D tuning as in Intro #4. The Gadd9 chord becomes easy to play. Only fingers for right hand.

4 min
Driving Chords - Verse Rhythm 3

44: Driving Chords - Verse Rhythm 3

Driving Chords - Verse Rhythm 3 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. We're driving chords with a half muted technique. A little bit like electric guitar. We must take control of the length of the chords.

2 min
Open Descent - Verse Rhythm 1

45: Open Descent - Verse Rhythm 1

Open Descent - Verse Rhythm 1 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. The progression is very simple and we'll use an inversion for the second chord. In "Pop Guitar Survival Guide" I explained how to find colorful extensions that we're going to use in this verse.

2 min
Down Low and Dirty - Verse Rhythm 5

46: Down Low and Dirty - Verse Rhythm 5

Down Low and Dirty - Verse Rhythm 5 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. Muting, accent on the upstrokes, shuffle flavor and groove for verse #5.

3 min
Acoustic Jimi - Verse Rhythm 7

47: Acoustic Jimi - Verse Rhythm 7

Acoustic Jimi - Verse Rhythm 7 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. This verse is a mix between slow shuffle, funk and "Jimi's" runs. These short fills are based mostly on the chords and pentatonic scales.

4 min
Twelve-Eight Wave - Verse Rhythm 9

48: Twelve-Eight Wave - Verse Rhythm 9

Twelve-Eight Wave - Verse Rhythm 9 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. As in intro #9, we are in B major and we're using a capo to obtain a B major chord with a G major shape: more comfortable to play. This is a typical twelve-eighths arpeggio for B and E.

2 min
Mayer Flavor - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 2

49: Mayer Flavor - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 2

Mayer Flavor - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 2 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. Drop D and capo: A different way to play in E minor with a capo on the 2nd fret. Some skills to enhance your rhythm playing! For sure this kind of rhythm flavor is very well known for John Mayer and his personal style.

2 min
Driving Melody - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 3

50: Driving Melody - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 3

Driving Melody - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 3 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. Descending minor progression Bm A and G (D key). We're using the thumb to keep the same voicing on the top and playing a simple arranging melody on the top; in this example it is very important to pay attention to the dynamics!

3 min
Train Turn Around - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 4

51: Train Turn Around - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 4

Train Turn Around - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 4 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. D major played with a drop D tuning. As in other examples, if intros and verses are in a major context, the bridge is based on the relative minor of the key. So this example is in Bm (sixth degree of D major). Pay attention, the bass part and the high part of the voicings are not changing at the same time.

3 min
Middle Harmony - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 6

52: Middle Harmony - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 6

Middle Harmony - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 6 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. The verse #6 is in F#minor (relative minor of A major). We move to the fourth degree for the pre-chorus that will be in A major. But, and there's a "but", we'll use inversions for having more tensions in the progression!

3 min
90's Pre-Chorus - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 7

53: 90's Pre-Chorus - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 7

90's Pre-Chorus - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 7 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. In this pre-chorus we use some small tricky skills, like playing a short melody using more than one string, brushing chords and keeping the shuffle groove.

2 min
Romantic Ballad - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 9

54: Romantic Ballad - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 9

Romantic Ballad - Pre-Chorus & Bridge Rhythm 9 is a video guitar lesson presented by Massimo Varini and is sourced from Rhythm Factory: Acoustic Rock. Twelve-eighth: the first chord is G#m7/9. Thanks to the capo at the fourth fret it's very easy to play. So we can concentrate on the arpeggio that must sounds as a twelve-eight groove. In the end we'll move from the arpeggio to the strumming.

2 min
Play Acoustic Guitar 4: Rhythm Approaches - Conclusion

55: Play Acoustic Guitar 4: Rhythm Approaches - Conclusion

Congratulations on completing this core course in your learning path! If you want to dig deeper or wider into the topics covered in this course, check out the recommended supplementary courses where you'll find more examples, techniques and insight from top TrueFire educators. When you're ready to advance your skills further, dive into the next core course listed in your TrueFire learning path. Practice smart. Play hard!

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