Do your improvised solos sound like scales going up and down?
Do you ever feel lost when you’re playing lines?
Do you feel a gap in your fretboard knowledge?
If you answered yes to any of these, then this latest masterclass from Andy Fite might hold the key to the next logical stage in your playing!
Andy Fite continues his logical and comprehensive exploration of the fretboard. Andy distills his years of experience to save you valuable practice time.
Learn to master your melodic patterns via their smallest building block: between two notes. Andy shares patterns including ascending and descending 2nds, 3rds, 4ths, 5ths, 6ths and 7ths.
With variations that include:
- the pattern itself, 2 notes;
- the pattern as a palindrome, 3 notes;
- the pattern reversed on the second step, 4 notes.
According to Andy:
“The purpose of the thing is to develop greater freedom, flexibility and focus in one’s melodic improvising.”
In addition to the core masterclass video, you will also receive Andy’s beautiful composition, ‘Song for the Fifth of April’ notated in both TAB and standard notation. This piece demonstrates the how Andy utilises melodic patterns to create a melodically strong solo guitar piece.
- 3 Pages of PDF materials in standard notation and TAB.
- Full video is 37 minutes
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