Guitar Speed Secret

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Guitar Speed Secret
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My name is Tennyson Williams. I’m a musician and composer and I play all sorts of guitar styles. I’ve been playing for about 11 years now. When I first got started I wasn’t too bad, but the problem was that I was spending upwards of 12 hours a day practicing cluelessly. The reason that I was able to deliver on that night of the party was because of several hard years or practice and what I learned during that time. I’m going to talk about some of what I learned starting now, so grab a note book and get ready!

Chapter 1 – Mental Mastery Chapter 2 – The Seven Principles Of Guitar Speed Chapter 3 – How To Train For Speed and Maximize Your Playing Chapter 4 – Basic Speed Drills – 4 Finger Exercises Chapter 5 – Basic Speed Drills – 3 Finger Exercises Chapter 6 – Basic Speed Drills – 2 Finger Exercises Chapter 7 – Basic Speed Drills – Tremolo Picking Chapter 8 – Moderately Advanced Picking Exercises Chapter 9 – Advanced Picking Exercises Chapter 10 – Better Bending Chapter 11 – Better Vibrato Chapter 12 – Better Hammer-ons and Pull-Offs Chapter 13 – Legato Chapter 14 – Tapping Chapter 15 – Sweep Picking Chapter 16 – Developing Better Sliding Technique Chapter 17 – Economy Picking Chapter 18 – String Skipping Chapter 19 – Harmonics Chapter 20 – How To Write Awesome Guitar Solos Chapter 21 – Ear Training Chapter 22 – The Ultimate Practice Routine Chapter 23 – The Power Of Metacognition Chapter 24 – Recording and the Home Studio

The Essential Guide To Guitar Virtuosity is not your typical guitar instructional ebook. It is not a theory book, or how to build guitar solos from scales, rather it is a guitar exercise training ebook. 1. The first 3 chapters deal with the mental preparation that is needed to make progress on the guitar. 2. Chapters 4 – 7 deal with basic groupings of notes and how the picking hand reacts to certain sets of notes. If the first 3 chapters act as a mental primer, then chapters 4 – 7 certainly act as a physical primer. 3. Chapters 8 – 9 are more elaborate and contain increasingly tougher exercises and training. 4. Chapters 10 – 12 deal with basic techniques like hammer-ons, pull offs, bends and vibrato. Most advanced guitar instructional materials fail to cover these smaller techniques, and yet they are very important for continuing on to the "true grit" material contained in the next chapters. 5. Chapters 13 – 18 deal with advanced techniques, and as many scenarios as possible are given for these techniques. Some are simple, while others may be monstrously hard. 6. Chapters 20 – 23 return to the more philosophical and mental aspects of guitar playing, and these chapters are saved for the end, because they will help you to carry your studies beyond this ebook. Finally The Essential Guide To Guitar Virtuosity is topped off with a bonus chapter en led "Recording and the home studio", which is a basic outline of what you may need to set up a cheap home recording studio so that you may put… Read more…


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