Technique – Primer Combo, Texas Blues Alley, Cracking the Code [Tutorial]

Texas Blues Alley

Texas Blues Alley

Manufacturer : Technique
Distribution Type : Video Tutorial
Posted by : Various
Duration : 11:56:43
Manufacturer Website : troygrady.com/pickslantingprimer/
Release Year : 2017
Language : English
Translation : None


Description :

Cracking Code Pickslanting Primer is an important introduction to pickup guitar technique.


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Cracking the Code Pickslanting Primer
The Cracking the Code Pickslanting Primer is the essential introduction to guitar picking technique.
We teach you the technical concepts that underlie fast and accurate picking – and we break down the actual techniques of legendary players like Yngwie Malmsteen, Eric Johnson, Michael Angelo Batio, and more.
Your purchase includes video lessons, detailed “how-to” tutorial chapters, dozens of example clips in ultra-revealing 120fps slow-motion video, and complete tablature in PDF and Guitar Pro.
The complete texas blues alley package includes:
30+ video tutorial chapters
5+ hours of lessons
75+ slow-mo video + tablature examples
Downward pickslanting
Learn about the incredible power of downward pickslanting – with complete blueprints of Yngwieâ € ™ s and Eric Johnsonâ € ™ s picking techniques.
DWPS and Yngwie Malmsteen: “Get Down for the Upstroke” and “Inside the Volcano” lessons
Eight-chapter tutorial on critical concepts in Yngwie’s downward pickslanting system
DWPS and Eric Johnson: “Eric the Right” lesson
Eight-chapter tutorial on the most fundamental components of Eric’s downward pickslanting strategy
Upward pickslanting
Learn about the legendary accuracy of John McLaughlin’s picking technique, and step through the fundamentals of upward pickslanting mechanics with the awesome Strunz & Farah.
UWPS fundamental mechanics with Strunz & Farah: four chapters
UWPS and John McLaughlin: three chapters on John’s blazing scalar and arpeggio patterns
Two-Way Pickslanting
Learn how two-way pickslanting enables you to play alternate-picked scales across the strings.
2WPS and Michael Angelo Batio: “Conquering the Scale” lesson
Ten-chapter video tutorial demonstrating exactly how to achieve two-way pickslanting a la Batio
2WPS and Steve Vai: “Crossroads Diminished Fours” lesson
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Texas blues alley
About This Collection
Learn the nitty gritty details behind the technique of SRV, Jimi Hendrix and many other legendary blues / rock players.
Not for the faint of heart, these are heavy-duty lessons for the player who’s determined to improve.
The grip of legends
If you want to master the sound of Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, or countless other legends, youâ € ™ ll need to re-learn how to hold the guitar. Traditional methods teach a thumb-behind approach. Thereâ € ™ s nothing wrong with this approach … .unless you want to do it the way most blues and rock legends did.
The Grip is a 2 hour lesson that breaks down the mechanics of playing chords and soloing using the thumb-over grip. Using an E-Form bar chord as a template, youâ € ™ ll learn the physics of The Grip, what makes it work, and exercises that will stretch your endurance and physical strength to new levels.
String Noise No More
Errant string noise makes you sound sloppy. But when youâ € ™ re using The Grip, muting becomes an art form. The Grip was all about letting strings ring clearly. Muting is all about keeping them silent. Muting is a crucial skill that separates great and mediocre players. Texas blues alley must become second nature or youâ € ™ ll be fighting ringing strings for the rest of your playing days.
Muting is a 1 hour lesson that teaches you the techniques that allowed players like Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimi Hendrix to play so powerfully, yet so cleanly.
More Sound Without More Notes
If you learn the notes to a Jimi Hendrix or Stevie Ray Vaughan solo but your sound is still “weak,” itâ € ™ s probably because youâ € ™ re not playing enough strings. Notice I didnâ € ™ t say “enough notes.” Thereâ € ™ sa big difference. That difference is caused by a technique called raking.
Raking is when you play multiple strings but only allow several to actually ring out. The rest are muted and the sound they produce is a fat “click.” The extra “clicks” from the muted strings add a thickness to your sound that cannot be achieved any other way. Raking is a 70 minute lesson that teaches you how to incorporate the raking technique into your playing.
On pitch every time
Bending is much more than pushing against a string. Bending is a communication tool and if you donâ € ™ t do it right, your guitar wonâ € ™ t talk. It will whimper. And nobody wants to hear that.
Bending is a 90 minute lesson that breaks down the mechanics of bending and the ingredients of great bending technique. The exercises will force you to listen to your own playing more closely, helping you to become a better communicator every time you bend a note.
Surprise, It’s A Big Deal
Picking isnâ € ™ t exciting. Itâ € ™ s not very noticeable and you donâ € ™ t even have to study texas blues alley to become a pretty good player. Someday, however, you will try to learn something that will remain out of reach unless you improve your picking technique.
How do I know? Because it happened to me. After a decade of playing, I finally ran into a wall that forced me to work on my picking technique. Picking is a 90 minute lesson that shows you what I had to learn to get past that wall. Donâ € ™ t worry, Iâ € ™ m not trying to turn you into a shredder or finger-picking expert. This lesson is very down-to-earth, practical and easily applied.
Make Your Guitar Speak
Vibrato is an essential part of playing the blues soulfully. It has the power to make your guitar speak but it also has the power to distract. Underdeveloped vibrato can ruin what youâ € ™ re trying to communicate with a song.
But how do you do vibrato? Shouldnâ € ™ t it be natural? Nope. Good vibrato technique is absolutely not natural. Your muscles must learn to move in ways theyâ € ™ re not used to. Vibrato is a 100 minute lesson that teaches you how to slowly develop the muscle memory for doing several vibrato techniques.



Format : MP4, MOV
Video Codec : H.264
Audio Codec : AAC
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 1920×1080 (16: 9), 29.970 (30000/1001) fps, ~ 5 124 Kbps avg, 0.082 bit / pixel
Audio : 48.0 KHz, AAC LC, 2 ch, ~ 128 Kbps

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