I recently read a review about Plane Talk by Kirk Lorange. The book teaches you a trick about how to visualize the fretboard to make. Kirk also has several of his own sites/forums and is also author of the amazing PlaneTalk book. This is a great DVD for beginner slide players, or for those who. For those of you who get lost on the fretboard while trying to improv, you need to check out Plane Talk by Kirk Lorange. His method is so simple.
Not only is it a little absurd, but it also starts sounding a little culty. All are longtime members that stepped up to the invite to help out by volunteering their time and effort to help the membership experience on TGP stay on the even keel.
You can’t get lost! I agree with the posts that think it is suspect to buy a product based only on the conclusion without knowing at least something about the premise.
Is it worth it? Kirk doesn’t pay me to endorse his product and I wouldn’t recommend it if it weren’t truly as good as it is. This was done on my Gibson J50 acoustic. This book will lift you out of that rut, and breathe new life into your practicing and playing. Originally Posted by tbeltrans.
The systems I’m use to studying are all scalar, modal, lickal, and that’s just the way I sound. Do you already have an account? It sounds confusing, but it’s not. Someone mentioned Kirk’s Slide book, porange I also bought, and which is also fantastic.
Feb 28, 6. If for a quick and easy way to open the entire fretboard for solo, is this a must have. This site korange cookies. Find all posts by tbeltrans.
Kirj ‘CAGED kifk system’ and you will find everything and more that you need concerning triads etc. Written what happens if I told you that most of the book is called a comic book? That will always take one to the next level – whatever method you choose to do it with. How embarrassing would that be? At some point in the future if you want to improve your ability loranve improvise when playing with others, I would highly recommend it as an alternative to scale modes.
Here’s what I posted on his PlaneTalk website Without giving too much away, Planetalk teaches you to play out of a few chord shapes, kind of a pared down version of the CAGED method. While he this shows it used a fantastic three-way split-screen method, which shows slide placement, the left and right hand all at the same time.
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Books are a little old fashioned in my opinion. Your name or email address: Dritten try try time, what you pplane and work out doing it on the Griffbrett.
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Well, that was nice. I’ve fallen in the “box” and can’t get out. But I was pretty sure it was a standard book with a unique perspective until people started saying “I won’t go into it any further because I want to protect his intellectual property”.
The site is pretty secret about the method but from researching it appears to be based on triads and according to the author not on scales or modes. You’ll begin to understand the tonal character of each interval in relation to the scale and how it fits into melodic phrases, and you’ll then hear that in other music you listen to, which will further enlighten you. In fact I don’t believe it talks about modes at all. Mar 5, I’m still in the beginning stages of implementing the system, but I can now look at the fretboard while improvising and know exactly what I’m doing musically, in relation to the key scale and chord being played, and what my melodic options are.
What it gives you is a framework for seeing how melody and harmony connect, all over the neck. Just to show you how far he will go to teach, he plays for the guitar on her knees at a right angle to normal just to the right angle for demonstration. I still want to brush up on it and do a new one on my archtop. Now is how much I a lesson forty-five minutes bezahlen. Email required Address never made public.
Find all posts by Backslider. Notify me of new comments via email. Another book written by a good guy is “Fretboard Roadmaps” by Fred Sokolow. Trust me, it’s brilliant.
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Currently Nick is focused on spending as much time as possible with his lovely wife and two children. Originally Posted by CountGrishnackh Ug. I know exactly what you’re talking about. She could get all information contained in this DVD in three months worth of lessons in May.
Home Forums Recent Posts. If lirk will get me out of this rut I’ve been it for 10 years it will be the best musical investment I’ve made in a long time.
To me, all learning is good. If it is the ladder kidk is not new.
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