Intervallic Techniques. Welcome to Neal's Intervallic studies for the guitar.
My goal here is to teach players to break away from the usual linear and scalar pattern approach to the guitar. I always found it more musical when using a wide intervallic style of playing like Eric Johnson and several Fusion Jazz Players. So for now, I have placed a few examples below to get you guys started. Enjoy! Here is a couple of video examples on my youtube page using some of these techniques. 21 Cool 3 Notes-Per-String Exercises to Rock On! Photo by Jsome1 Playing 3 notes per string exercises is something I do on a regular basis.
I use them to warm up, to become a faster guitar player and to spice up my improvisation. 3 notes per string licks and scales are generally used for speed picking. Whenever you hear a guitar player playing these really fast terrifying licks, it’s probably a 3 notes per string lick. Paul Gilbert of Mr.Big is one of many great experts in this field. If you practice these exercises properly and often enough you will increase your speed. The 3 notes per string exercises are played using the alternate picking technique. Once you get the hang of it, it can become quite addictive, but be careful though. The one and only reason why these monster guitar players become so incredibly fast is that they practice long hours for days, weeks, months and years. Finger Strength Exercises For Guitar. Dear Friend, If you follow this simple plan, you'll immediately and dramatically improve your playing, guaranteed.
But first, let me give you a real- life example... How long do you think that Brett Favre (Super Bowl winning QB of the Green Bay Packers) would have lasted if he said something like... "I really don't want to work out. I don't like it. What if during the off season he sat around and did nothing? No running. Key Chords. Key Chords is an interactive chord chart that allows you hear, see and arrange chords. - Click on a chord to preview how it sounds. - Drag and drop to arrange chords on the timeline - Tweak the settings to control the playback speed Or role the dice until you discover something that fits your mood.
Select a Key: Select your favorite "Key" and whether you want to use the "Major" or "Minor" scale. The resulting chord chart will display a good number of "usable" chords that all work "in the key of" the selected scale. (In other words, all of the chords that appear in the chart will "work" in your song.) Click a chord: ... and you will hear a cheap computer generated guitar playing the chord. Drag & Drop: - Chords from the chart into the timeline. - Rearrange Chords in the timeline. - Remove chords from the timeline. Roll the Dice: ... and a random chord progression will appear in the timeline.
The numbers below each chord in the timeline refer to the number of "beats" the chord will linger for. 300,000+ Guitar Tabs, Bass Tabs, Chords and Guitar Pro Tabs! Such Great Heights tab by Iron And Wine. Random Chord Progression Generator.