the last resort for all frustrated beginners
A traditional method to play guitar in an early stage has made a lot of beginners gave up, but now we have this breakthrough method named 1up Stage on QactusCore.
You can improve as you need to try with your own pace, gradually.
It’s the last resort for all frustrated beginners.
Beginners are going to graduate Qactus through the 1up Stage.
At this stage, beginners refer to the direction and can add some white parts that they will be able to deal with.
We also have to refer to this numbers of fingers, just in case.
So, can you imagine what the 1up Stageis?
This stage allows you to choose any levels that you need.
Which means that if you play guitar adding all white parts on each diagram, you will be able to graduate Qactus soon, and then you can progress to the next stage.
This way would never make beginners give up unlike the traditional method that we had.
QactusCore has only 15 chords
Actuallym QactusCore has only 15 forms of chords even if we have so many chords on some songs.
QactusCore makes some chords into a specific group among those 15 chords.
That’s why you are allowed to play with only 15 chords.
Let’s check this table below.
Some chords would not harmonize beautifully because the priority is to save frustrated beginners and bring them to the next stage in a breakthrough training way. However, some chords harmonize very often better than normal chords. Please practice on this way even if some chords don’t harmonize perfectly until graduating Qactus.
Maybe it looks a little complicated but it’s ok.
You don’t need to understand this table.
So we are going to take a look at these 15 chords on the 1up Stage.
You can improve on this 1up Stage as you need to try with your own pace, gradually.
The traditional method has made a lot of beginners gave up.
And now we eventually have this breakthrough method named QactusCore including the 1up Stage.
It would bring a lot of frustrated beginners to the next stage.
Please read below which is also related to the 1up Stage.
Voice of the developer
[flexibility along with beginners]
[What is the benefit of practicing with only one finger?]