Lick Library: Ultimate Guitar - Fretboard Navigator 2

DVDs / Videos | Guitar

Author: Jamie Humphries
Series: Lick Library
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
In this DVD, Jamie Humphries will help you unravel the secrets of the fretboard.
  • Learn caged minor and major scales in every key
  • Navigate the fingerboard with three note per string shapes
  • Solo over changes with the caged modes
  • Spice up your lines with triad arpeggios
  • ...and much more!
Also includes nine practice tracks!
ISBN: 5060088821183
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
Published on: 07 September 2006
Language: English
Catalogue No: RDR0117

          Musicroom Reviews

          A good addition to the first video. Jamie goes into tapping techniques, which are fine for rock players but seldom used in other styles.
          Anonymous - (Colchester, United Kingdom)
          I'd give this one the same as the first video - 5 Stars. It is a natural next step, and actually its arguably more important as it does provide knowledge that is more applicable to "real" music, rather than just helping you break away from open cowboy chords and the same old pentatonic shape. Take your time to really understand the first video if this is new material to you. I appreciate the point in the other review about tapping being a bit rock specific, but its not really about tapping as a technique. It just serves to help once again understand where the other suitable notes are further up the neck from the scale pattern your left hand is playing in, again just assisting you to view the neck horizontally rather than being suck in vertical scale patterns around just 4 frets. I'd say if you are looking for a LL video detailing this sort of info (e.g. Chords and the Scales that fit them, Scale Patterns etc etc, there are a few others I cant remember), ignore the other ones and buy these 2. Together they cover everything you need in this method of fretboard organisation, and the pace is good, the presentation is relaxed. You WILL need to go through them properly and separately, slowly and accurately carry out the exercises as shown, preferably AWAY from watching the DVD otherwise you will rush. It does require work on your behalf, the knowledge doesnt go in by osmosis. But if you are willing spend a bit of time going back to basics, these 2 DVDs are the best source I've seen for this system.
          Anonymous - (Leicester, United Kingdom)