Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to learn, understand, and incorporate the musical characteristics found in countless spy-film soundtracks.

Beginner

Intermediate

  • Explore genre-defining elements of spy guitar.
  • Learn how to use these elements to create your own spy guitar sounds and songs.
  • Discover how musical intuition and music theory can work together to create mystery and suspense.
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