Metal Guitar Chop Shop

Author: Joe Stump
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 1480394025
Format: PDF
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(Berklee Guide). Increase your command of the guitar. Joe Stump reveals licks, techniques, and exerises to build your guitar technique. Learn licks and techniques comon in rock/metal sytles, and commit them to finger memory. The audio tracks include drum tracks for exercise practice, and backing tracks for Joe's technical etudes/solo transcriptions, which are notated in both tablature and traditional notation.

Joe Stumps Metal Guitar Chop Shop

Author: Joe Stump
Publisher: Berklee PressPublications
ISBN: 9780876391464
Format: PDF, Mobi
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(Berklee Guide). Increase your command of the guitar. Joe Stump reveals licks, techniques, and exerises to build your guitar technique. Learn licks and techniques comon in rock/metal sytles, and commit them to finger memory. The online audio tracks include drum tracks for exercise practice, and backing tracks for Joe's technical etudes/solo transcriptions, which are notated in both tablature and traditional notation. Online audio is accessed at halleonard.com/mylibrary

Advanced Guitar Theory and Technique Applied to the Metal and Shred Genres

Author: L. Herman
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781478387374
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Advanced Guitar Theory and Technique Applied to the Metal and Shred genres is an excellent tool to for the intermediate to advanced guitarist wanting to take their technique and knowledge to new, previously unobtainable levels. Throughout the book numerous examples are given that relate theory and technique to the lesson that is being taught. After reading this book you will be able to solo over any background in any style that you choose and always play in tune. Although this book is written with the metal and shred player in the forefront, it is equally effective as a learning resource for any style of playing. The book is divided into three main sections that epitomize the essence of metal and shred guitar; Theory, Arpeggios and Speed Picking. The Theory section employs pattern based methods for teaching modal theory and uses multiple angles and approaches to help you understand and visualize the fretboard. The Arpeggio section goes over all of the main arpeggios that guitarists rely upon and after giving a theory lesson on how to build and apply arpeggios into your own playing goes on to display examples of sweep picking licks that range from merely advanced to virtuoso style sweep, slide and tap techniques. The Speed Picking section displays outstanding examples and exercises to help you get your picking technique up to speed. Problem areas are isolated and addressed, helping you learn how to effectively practice and greatly improve upon your picking technique. This book contains a wealth of knowledge that any guitarist will find invaluable.

Shredding Guitar Workout

Author: German Schauss
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781470615185
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Technical prowess is at the core of being a true shredder, and this book will help you build and maintain the monster chops you need to shred with the best of them. Develop your speed and fluency with picking, arpeggios, intervals, tapping, sweeping, and a variety of legato techniques. Choose one workout from each section every day, and your technical development will accelerate beyond your wildest dreams. On the video, German "Lightspeeder" Schauss demonstrates each example with accuracy and speed while clearly explaining his approach in a friendly, accessible style. Through the mastery of extreme metal technique, you'll be able to bring the music that's in your head to life on the guitar---without limitation! About the Author Classically influenced shredder German Schauss has taught at Berklee College of Music and LA Music Academy. He endorses Parker Guitars, Bogner Amplification, DiMarzio, DR Handmade Strings, Dunlop, PreSonus, Native Instruments, and Morley. A composer, performer, and educator, Schauss is a five-time recipient of the ASCAPLUS award. The July 2008 issue of Guitar World magazine listed Schauss as one of the fastest guitarists of all time.

Shred Guitar

Author: Paul Hanson
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 9781576236048
Format: PDF
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A carefully planned and systematic approach to fretboard mastery, Shred Guitar is actually two books in one. The first half of the book, "Shred Guitar," is based around 10 popular rock chord progressions with full play-along tracks included on the accompanying CD. The second half of the book, "The Practical Guide to Harmony and Theory," is a guitar theory reference that contains 17 units of detailed information that will be useful to all guitarists.

Shred

Author: Rich Maloof
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780879308773
Format: PDF
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With lessons covering more than a dozen sure-fire techniques, this book/CD combo is designed to light a fire under any player's fingers. Shredding is difficult, but "Shred!" breaks it down by demystifying guitar solos that sound intimidating on record. The book is about technique first, with a fearsome roster of shred's biggest stars revealing their tricks. Each chapter tackles one killer technique in depth. Guitarists are walked through these skill sets with a hands-on approach, and are shown connections to the monster players who employ the technique. With this book, guitarists can switch gears from careful chord progressions by unleashing their inner shredder, ready to blister the paint right off the walls and annihilate any nonbelievers.

Shred Guitar

Author: Greg Harrison
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
ISBN: 9781423424932
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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(Musicians Institute Press). Learn the lead techniques of shred masters such as Yngwie Malmsteen, Eddie Van Halen, Dimebag Darrell, John 5 and Paul Gilbert with this awesome book/CD pack! It covers warm-ups; practice techniques; speed development; three-note-per-string scales; sweep, economy and hybrid picking; string skipping; tapping and much more! The CD contains 95 demo and play-along tracks.

The Guitar Workbook

Author: Scott Seifried
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019066083X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Increasingly, guitar study is offered alongside band, orchestra, and chorus in school music programs. This development has drawn a new population of students into those programs but has left music educators scrambling to developing meaningful, sequential courses of study that both meet the needs of these new students and align with state, county, and national curricula. Few available guitar methods are designed with the classroom in mind, and fewer still take a holistic approach to teaching and learning the instrument. In short, teachers are left to navigate a vast array of method books that cover a variety of styles and approaches, often without the confidence and experience necessary to know 'what to teach when.' The Guitar Workbook: A Fresh Approach to Exploration and Mastery addresses the needs of these educators. Throughout the book's 20 lessons, students are encouraged to explore the ways various guitar styles and notation systems differ, as well as the ways they support and complement each other. Lessons cover myriad topics including pick-style playing, basic open position chords, finger-style technique, and power chords. Suggested 'Mastery Activities' at the end of each lesson support higher-order thinking, contextualize the skills and concepts studied, and provide a jumping off point for further exploration. Additionally, suggestions for further study point teachers and students to resources for extra practice.