Guitar Player's Guide to Improvisation:

DVDs / Videos | Guitar

Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
In this instructional DVD Tim May and Dan Miller, authors of the popular eight-volume "Flatpicking Essentials" course, teach you an approach to improvising guitar solos. You will first learn what scale notes will best fit over diatonic (of the key) chord progressions, and how to employ those scale tones using techniques such as scale runs, folded scales, harmonized scales, and crosspicking. Next you will learn how to target chord tones in your solo as the tune changes from one chord to another, thus moving with the structure of the tune and getting closer to the melody. Then you will learn how to use techniques like phrasing, note articulation, and dynamics to make your improvised solos better fit the song while sounding interesting and engaging, while remaining tasteful. This instructional video is for players of all levels. Even beginners! Start learning how to improvise now!
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 30 June 2011
Language: English
Catalogue No: MLBFGM2529
 
     
       

        Recently Viewed