Lick Library Learn Rock Guitar In 6 Weeks
TEAM QUASAR | 05-10-2011 | 6 Weeks
Week 1: 2.71GB | Week 2: 1.95GB | Week 3: 1.94GB | Week 4: 2.05GB | Week 5: 2.23GB | Week 6: 2.74GB
English | PAL | 720x576 | AC3 192Kbps
Welcome to the Rock Guitar in 6 Weeks guitar course. This course is designed to focus your practice towards realistic goals achievable in six weeks. Each week provides you with guitar techniques, concepts and licks to help you play and understand rock guitar playing at a manageable easy to follow pace. The material is presented to you in easy to absorb sections which progress in a sensible logical order. Stick with this course and we guarantee you will improve.
Week 1 includes: Power Chords, Minor pentatonic scale Pattern #1, Blues Scale Pattern #1, Minor pentatonic and blues scale licks, bending, vibrato, hammer-ons, pull-offs and slides; 3 licks in the style of Slash
Week 2 includes; Minor Pentatonic and Blues scale pattern #2, connecting patterns, sequences, pre-bends and rhythmic bends, 3 licks in the style of Jimmy Page
Week 3 includes; Major pentatonic scale, Major blues scale patterns #1 and #5, Minor Pentatonic Pattern #5, connecting patterns, combining major and minor blues scales, double stops, 3 licks in the style of Angus Young
Week 4 includes; Minor Pentatonic and Blues scale patterns #3 and #4, harmonics,3 note per string minor pentatonic scale, connecting the entire fretboard, 3 licks in the style of Zakk Wylde
Week 5 includes; Major pentatonic and Blues scale patterns #3,#4, relative scales, harmonizing the pentatonic scale, playing with space, 3 licks in the style of Joe Satriani
Week 6 includes; Major pentatonic and Blues scale pattern #2, soloing over changes, adding chromatic notes, review of all 5 Major and Minor Pentatonic Scale Patterns, review of all 5 Major and Minor Blues Scale Patterns, 3 licks in the style of Van Halen
Danny Gill is a former pupil of Joe Satriani, and co-author of the Musicians Institute Rock Guitar series. His songs have appeared on TV shows including 'The Osbournes' and film sound tracks such as 'Insomnia' and 'Under Siege'.