True Fire - Guitar Lab - Triads And Hendrixian Double-Stops - Parts 1-3
MP4 | AVC 966kbps | English | 720x406 | 29.97fps | 6h 23mins | AAC stereo 128kbps | 3.33 GB
Genre: Video Training
Generally, the bigger the band or the more players at the jam, the less you play. In those situations it is not important how often you shine, but that when you do, to shine brightly. To do that, you need some tools and Matthieu Brandt's Guitar Lab: Triads and Hendrixian Double Stops allows you to develop those tools quickly and easily. In a band rehearsal and at a jam there are often other chord instruments, so arranging an interesting guitar part for yourself can be somewhat of a puzzle. You need to find your spot in the groove and deal with whatever another guitar player is laying down. Maybe there's a piano player, organ player or keyboard player at the jam. They tend to take up a lot of harmonic space. And let's not forget the bass down low and the singer and soloist up high. You don't want to step on their toes.