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iVideoSongs - Intermediate Guitar 201 (2008)

Dodał: newdevil2005 4 Marzec 2013 14:34


iVideoSongs - Intermediate Guitar 201 (2008)


iVideoSongs - Intermediate Guitar 201 (2008)
Publisher: Songmaster Studios | Language: English | 2h43m | 1.61GB | .MP4
H264, 1210.5kbps | 960?540, 30.0fps | MP4A, 113.6kbps | 48.0kHz 16bit, 2 channels
Genre: Video Training


This collection of iVideosongs tutorials shows you how to play an assortment of techniques and skills to begin playing the guitar on an intermediate level.

5 Major Scale Patterns - Part 1-5: In this iVideosongs guitar lesson, instructor Rob Schumann demonstrates a warm-up using major scale patterns spanning the guitar neck. This exercise will develop your right and left hand technique along with your knowledge of the fretboard and scale forms.
6s and 9s - Part 1-4: In this set of tutorials, instructor Rob Schumann shows you how to add connecting notes to the 5 Blues Scale forms for new melodic soloing possibilities. Using common lead guitar techniques and some music theory, this tutorial is well-suited to intermediate level players.
Blues Scale Patterns - Part 1-4: In this set of tutorials, instructor Rob Schumann shows you how to get beyond the basic blues box by learning new forms of the blues scale that enable you to span the fretboard. These scale forms will allow aspiring blues guitarists to develop new licks and become proficient at improvising.
Common Fingerpicking Patterns - Part 1-5: In this set of tutorials, instructor Rob Schumann shows you how to apply five fingerpicking patterns to simple chord progressions. These patterns will help you develop finger independence in your right hand along with a solid rhythmic feel.
Intro to Hybrid Picking - Part 1-3: In this set of tutorials, instructor Rob Schumann introduces the popular hybrid picking technique which uses both the pick and fingers of the right hand to pluck the strings. Rob provides several different settings for this technique including arpeggios with a descending bassline, hybrid picking combined with traditional chord strumming, and a classic blues lick with an accented feel.
Intro to Pinch Harmonics - Part 1-3: In this set of tutorials, instructor Danny Grady demonstrates the pinch harmonic technique used frequently in rock and metal guitar parts. Along with explaining the right hand placement that produces this unique sound, Danny also outlines a lick that is useful for developing fluency with this technique. Useful for coloring lead and rhythm electric parts, this tutorial is ideal for intermediate level players.
String Skipping Arpeggios - Part 1-5: In this tutorial, instructor Rob Schumann demonstrates a challenging arpeggio technique conducive to a legato lead style. In addition to outlining shapes for major, minor, and diminished arpeggios, Rob shows you how to apply those shapes to diatonic chords in the key of G major and E minor, and form a chord progression exercise with melodic embellishments.
Left Hand Stretching - Part 1-2: In this set of tutorials, instructor Steve Rieck demonstrates a warm-up comprised of challenging arpeggio shapes intended to develop ideal finger placement.
Intro to Fingerpicking: In this set of tutorials, instructor Danny Grady explains the basics of fingerpicking. Using more advanced left and right hand techniques, this tutorial is ideal for intermediate level players.
Circle of Fifths: In this set of tutorials, instructor Steve Rieck introduces this foundation of music theory will get you started on mastering the fretboard and understanding other musical concepts.
Embellishing the Pentatonic Scale: In this set of tutorials, instructor Danny Grady shows how to enhance your playing the basic pentatonic minor scale. Using more advanced left and right hand techniques, this tutorial is ideal for intermediate level players. Notation in the form of tabalature and chord grids are embedded in the video.
Harmonizing a Lead: In this set of tutorials, instructor Steve Rieck instructs how to construct a lead line harmonized in two guitar parts using various intervals over a few chord changes. Tablature and chord grids are embedded in the video.
Hybrid Picking: In this tutorial guitar lesson, 38 Special guitarist Jeff Carlisi discusses the importance of incorporating varied styles into your playing and demonstrates the hybrid picking technique inspired by country guitarists such as Jerry Reed. Along with showing how this style can be incorporated into rock guitar riffs, Jeff also provides a practice lick that utilizes hybrid picking with a repeating scale run combining fretted notes and open strings.
Intro to Barre Chords: In this set of tutorials, instructor Danny Grady guides beginners through an initial understanding of the "barre" concept. Using more advanced left and right hand techniques, this tutorial is also suited for intermediate-level players.
Slide Guitar Technique: Sister Hazel guitarist Ryan Newell shows you the basics of slide guitar technique. For the beginning lead player who has never used a slide, Ryan demonstrates fundamentals including intonation, muting, and vibrato. Notation in the form of tabalature and chord grids are embedded in the video.
Triad Arpeggios on Strings 1, 2, and 3: In this set of tutorials, instructor Steve Rieck introduces an exercise applying arpeggio patterns on the top three strings for the keys of C, G, and D
Two String Release Bends: In this set of tutorials, instructor Steve Rieck demonstrates a distinctive technique that will add color to your lead playing. Used by many innovative players from the classic rock era, two string release bends can give your lead licks a novelty sound.


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