Rolly Brown has been practicing the Guitar for 50 years, and, in that time, he’s developed a large armamentarium of tools to aid and motivate himself and his students.
In this two hour DVD, starting with his rule of “half work, half play”, he shares many of these ideas, interspersed with teachings to help you better enjoy and understand music and the guitar from a simple “nuts and bolts” point of view. Whatever style of music you play, you want ways of practicing rhythm, harmony, and melody, the 3 building blocks of music.
Whether you flatpick or fingerpick, play bluegrass, jazz, or folk music; whether you’re trying to learn your first F chord, or looking for a method of practicing arpeggios to inform your jazz solos, this video offers tools and advice to improve your playing.
The topics covered include:
- On Creativity and Structuring Your Time
- Scales and Modes
- How To Rapidly Master New Chords
- Arpeggios: Bridging the Gap Between Chords and Melody
- Right Hand Technique
- Using a Metronome
- Practicing with Rhythm Tracks
- Sample Practice Routines