πŸ₯ Develop a Rock-Solid Sense of Rhythm & Groove πŸ₯

This course will be the single biggest improvement to the bottom line of your musicianship: how you sound like, and how pleasant it is to listen to you.

πŸ₯ Play everything a lot more steadily, and feel the rhythm in your body.

πŸ₯ Add a strong sense of GROOVE to your playing - the element that makes you and your listeners want to move with the music, and FEEL it in your bodies.

πŸ₯ Ever felt rhythmically disconnected when you played with other musicians? You would now get the tools and the competence to feel "locked-in" with others, and enjoy jamming like never before.

Have you ever felt like your sense of rhythm is not good enough? That your playing feels "sloppy"?


Maybe it was when you tried playing with other people, or when you were about to perform solo on stage and you noticed that you're always dragging or rushing through the chords?


I think that most guitar players do at many points in their lives, and not only in the first years of playing, but for many people it's an issue that is always there, disrupting the full enjoyment of playing music.

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I'm amazed how despite the fact that rhythm is the foundation of everything in music, we tend to focus and work so much on all the other "fancy" things, like playing complex solos, jammin' with songs with dozens of chords, playing multiple instruments, and yet we still forget to dedicate work to the foundation of everything - our rhythm!


When your rhythm is off and you're not groovin' with the song, everybody can sense it, even if not consciously. (non-musician listeners and fellow musicians alike)


The good news are:

Working on your time-keeping skills is the area that will give you the most fruitful "return on investment" on your time.


It's not that hard to work on it, and it does not demand a lot of time when you practice, yet the rewards are the biggest since once you do work on it - everything else that you'll play will just sound WAY BETTER.

Here are some of the things that we will do inside, in order to develop that rock-solid sense of time within you:

βœ… Introduction to how rhythm works and 6 tips for using the metronome effectively in order to improve

βœ… Feeling "the pulse" of the music

βœ… Easily understand all of the most essential rhythm terms (downbeat, offbeat, 1/4 notes, time signature, etc.)

βœ… Several extremely helpful exercises including "the #1 exercise" that was literally a life-changer for my playing

βœ… Develop an "inner metronome". (hear it and lock-in with it even when it's not there)
βœ…How to really GROOVE with a song: make your listeners want to bob their bodies, or even dance

βœ… Feeling the different "accents" that different songs have - and how to accommodate them as a rhythm guitarist
βœ… 8 Quick Tips for Instantly Improving Your Time-Keeping

βœ… How to Find the Correct Strumming Pattern for ANY song, intuitively, just by listening to the original song

βœ… Drums for non-drummers: how the drum-set works, common grooves, and "thinking like a drummer" to improve your time

βœ… Which part of the drumset is the most important for you to pay attention to (the answer: the snare - but it goes deeper than that)

βœ… Playing along with your favorite records and 6 tips on how to do it "right" (it's one of the most fun ways to practice rhythm)
βœ… Learn different ways to tap your feet while playing, to embody the different time feelings and improve your steadiness
βœ… Introduction to 14 different affordable percussion instruments that you can play: improve your rhythm while also acquiring a "new role" that you can play in jams

βœ… Improving your sense of rhythm while taking regular walks / while you run

βœ… Dancing along the music! You'll never find a good drummer who can't dance to the rhythm - so let's get this skill too...

βœ… Recognizing and playing less-common time signatures: 5/4, 3/4, 6/8, etc.

βœ… Syncopations - what are they, and how to add/accommodate/play them on the acoustic guitar
βœ… A FUN alternative to the metronome: apps that can be your own personal drummer

βœ… 4 Ways to improve your sense of rhythm... While you're in the car πŸš—(with safety above all, of course)

βœ… Getting comfortable with grooving along to the music with your upper body as well. (Often a key component of emotionally "getting" to your listeners when performing a song)

Side note: this course WILL make you a better dancer... πŸ’ƒ

Yoo, my name is Alon Cooper and I'll be your friend on this ride.

- I'm an artist living between Austin, Amsterdam, and Tel Aviv. Since 2015 I've had 100K students learn on my courses for guitar, piano and harmonica.

- Over the last 10 years I've spent many months traveling and living in five different continents, learning with the most inspiring musicians wherever I went, and playing solo/with the band in 100's of venues.

Yoo, my name is Alon Cooper and I'll be your friend on this ride.

- I'm an artist living between Austin, Amsterdam, and Tel Aviv.

- Since 2015 I've had 100K students learn on my courses for guitar, piano and harmonica.

- Over the last 10 years I've spent many months traveling and living in five different continents, learning with the most inspiring musicians wherever I went, and playing solo/with the band in 100's of venues.

A Look Inside the Course

- The learning on the course is interactive and divided into 14 days, with enjoyable creative activities that help you ingrain the materials each day while writing songs yourself.

- We will be learning with 100's of diverse examples from the most popular songs of all time, all the way from Elvis / Bob Dylan / Beatles classics from the 50's-60's to Taylor Swift / Ed Sheeran / Harry Styles songs from these days.

Visit the 14 Days Course Curriculum

- The learning on the course is interactive and divided into 14 days, with enjoyable creative activities that help you ingrain the materials each day while writing songs yourself.

- We will be learning with 100's of diverse examples from the most popular songs of all time, all the way from Elvis / Bob Dylan / Beatles classics from the 50's-60's to Taylor Swift / Ed Sheeran / Harry Styles songs from these days.

Check out one of the first lessons from the course

Starting to Get a Feel for the Rhytmic Accents By Intuitively Dancing to the Beat

What others have said about the 1st edition of the course from 2018? (This 2nd edition is completely upgraded and expanded, BTW)

"Helped me endlessly to get rhythm into my body! Really a master course in getting control of the rhythm in music!"

Jan Verlinden, Belgium


"I always felt I wasn’t consistent in how I keep time so I was very happy to see this course. It helped me close a lot of gaps in my knowledge about rhythm, and the main exercise offered inside absolutely changed my perception of timekeeping. Glad to say that it really works. Love the e-book too. Great stuff overall."

Tim Rosenthal, England


"This is an excellent course. There are lots of ideas on how to improve as a musician here and I am glad that I made notes and I can watch the videos and read the ebooks again whenever I wish. I think that before this course, although I could hear the metronome, my brain did not really take any notice of it - now I feel that I am a lot more in sync with it."
Amanda Yates, USA


"I used to move constantly between feeling good about my guitar playing and almost feeling like I should quit after every time that I tried to play with friends and with a small band that I used to play with, because it seemed like I could not figure out how to play in time. And I always realized it only when I wasn't playing by myself. The exercises and tips he presented here are worth their weight in gold, I feel MUCH better now regarding the beat now. Can't wait to get out there for more jams now."
Todd Young, USA


"Highly recommended, and what a great and special idea for a course you found here! I'm glad I found it. I do think that it's worth mentioning that the benefits of the exercise need to be maintained about once a week with the main exercise."

Jamie McMahon, USA

I'm Cooper, your friend on this ride. A bit about me:

😍 I am (perhaps a bit too much) obsessed with songs, the feelings behind them, and the mysterious magic of how they come into our world.

πŸ”₯ Nothing gets me going more than a conversation about these things / making music with others who share this passion.

πŸ˜” I have been writing songs for the last 11 years, since I had the dream of becoming a "real musician" and having my own collection of songs that would touch and groove people. However, songs didn't really come out of me at most times, especially not ones I considered good.


πŸ‰ Later, 3 years ago, after a lot of work, I've slowly reached a series of breakthroughs that allowed me to write much better songs and finish songs consistently. I can’t wait to share it all with you too.

😍 I am (perhaps a bit too much) obsessed with songs, the feelings behind them, and the mysterious magic of how they come into our world.

πŸ”₯ Nothing gets me going more than a conversation about these things / making music with others who share this passion.

πŸ˜” I have been writing songs for the last 11 years, since I had the dream of becoming a "real musician" and having my own collection of songs that would touch and groove people.

However, songs didn't really come out of me at most times, especially not ones I considered good.


πŸ‰ Later, 3 years ago, after a lot of work, I've slowly reached a series of breakthroughs that allowed me to write much better songs and finish songs consistently. I can’t wait to share it all with you too.

🎸 My "folk-pop-jazz" music: I have released 9 singles so far (Spotify). Here's a YT link to my favorite - "The Springtime of Your Life".


⭐ My "northern star" as a musician is being "the next Jack Johnson", in my own way.


🌏 Over the last 9 years I've spent many months traveling and living in five different continents, trying to learn with the most inspiring musicians wherever I went, and playing solo/with the band in 100's of venues.

🎸 My "folk-pop-jazz" music: I have released 9 singles so far, (Spotify). Here's a YT link to my favorite - "The Springtime of Your Life".


⭐ My "northern star" as a musician is being "the next Jack Johnson", in my own way.


🌏 Over the last 9 years I've spent many months traveling and living in five different continents, trying to learn with the most inspiring musicians wherever I went, and playing solo/with the band in 100's of venues.

I am certain (from seeing the results of past students) that the tools in this course will dramatically improve how you sound like, how you feel like, and how much you enjoy making music with others.

However, if you feel that the course did not live up to your expectations, contact me at any point in the next 365 days and I will fully refund your purchase, no questions asked.

Bonuses to Enhance Your Guitar Journeys - Instantly Available As PDF's

The Course E-Book

49 pages with additional information about the lessons + a rhythm glossary with dozens of useful terms


The Ultimate Guitar Songbook: 110+ Diverse, Fun-to-Play Songs (Value: 39$)


Make your guitar playing more interesting with these next techniques:

Mini-Book: 5 Fun Techniques to Spice-Up Your Playing (Value: 29$)


Add colorful new chords to your repertoire to further spark up your playing:

Mini-Book: The Complete Guitar Chords Cheat-Book (all the way to jazzy chords that can also be incorporated into regular "folk/pop" playing)


Enroll While the Launch Price Is Still Available

After the launch week, the price will be gradually going up over the next weeks.

Act on the opportunity while you're here, and start enjoying the time-keeping skills of a pro - a solid, enjoyable foundation for any music you'll be creating from now on.