Truefire Guitar Lab Harnessing Slurs TUTORiAL
Soft / Video Lessons 10-10-2018
Truefire Guitar Lab Harnessing Slurs TUTORiAL
A common occurence when utilizing slurs on the guitar is an inaccuracy of rhythm. This course is designed to assist players at all levels in the application of hammer-ons, pull-offs, and legato slides. You will study the principles of rhythm through playing riffs over various jam tracks. We will start with understanding how to count the rhythm of a riff and then we will generate ideas by using the concept of rhythmic displacement. You will receive chord/scale theory which will assist you in creating strong melodic ideas. This theory will include arpeggios, pentatonic scales, and modes. The options of alternate picking vs. consecutive down or up strokes will be presented to aid in equipping you for any groove at any tempo.

27 Total Video Lessons:

Guitar Lab: Harnessing Slurs Introduction
Understanding Rhythm Quarter Notes
Understanding Rhythm Eighth Notes
Understanding Rhythm Sixteenth Notes
Chord / Scale Theory Arpeggios
Chord / Scale Theory Pentatonic Scales
Chord / Scale Theory Modes
Rhythmic Architecture Riff 1
Rhythmic Architecture Riff 2
Rhythmic Architecture Riff 3
Rhythmic Architecture Riff 4
Rhythmic Architecture Sixteenth Note Picking
Eighth Notes Picking vs. Slurs pt. 1
Eighth Notes Picking vs. Slurs pt. 2
Eighth and Sixteenth Notes Picking vs. Slurs pt. 3
Understanding Rhythm Eighth Note Triplets
Understanding Rhythm Swing Eighth Notes
Rhythmic Architecture Pt. 1 Swing Eighths and Triplets
Rhythmic Architecture Pt. 2 Swing Eighths and Triplets
Understanding Rhythm Quarter Note Triplets
Rhythmic Feel Playing Behind the Beat
Rhythmic Feel Playing Ahead of the Beat
Solo over Still There Liquid Phrasing
Solo over Blues in G Liquid Phrasing
Understanding Rhythm Sixteenth Note Triplets pt. 1
Understanding Rhythm Sixteenth Note Triplets pt. 2
Understanding Rhythm Sixteenth Note Triplets pt. 3

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