Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Pentatonic Guitar Picking Techniques



This guitar lesson demonstrates right hand alternate picking technique consisting of sequences of four notes. These four note groups are more difficult that the three note groups taught in the DVD Getting Started with the Pentatonic Scale.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

i bought this dvd about pentatonic scales and found very informative in teaching in a simple matter the box patterns so i can use the whole of the neck of the guitar for soloing

Anonymous said...

i bought this dvd about pentatonic scales and found very informative in teaching in a simple matter the box patterns so i can use the whole of the neck of the guitar for soloing

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Anonymous said...

I have just recently purchased this DVD along with the Fretboard Theory book. The book has helped me get the five postions down and the DVD has helped with ideas on how to use those positions.

dennis said...

I have been playing guitar for forty years, i took lessons for the first couple of years and i learned the chords and how to read music and where those notes were on the finger board. But i didn't learn how to put any of it to use, over the years i learns some music theory enough to know what chords went together but if i wanted to learn a lead lick i had to memorize it. I bought the guitar fretboard theory and after all this time i could see how it finally went together wish i had, had this book at 15 years old

dennis said...

I have been playing guitar for forty years, i took lessons for the first couple of years and i learned the chords and how to read music and where those notes were on the finger board. But i didn't learn how to put any of it to use, over the years i learns some music theory enough to know what chords went together but if i wanted to learn a lead lick i had to memorize it. I bought the guitar fretboard theory and after all this time i could see how it finally went together wish i had, had this book at 15 years old

dennis said...

after the book i couldn't wait to get my hands on getting started with the pentatonic scale, it is one of the best put together videos i have used. i am fixing to start my 11 year old grandson on it now that he got his first guitar for Christmas.