If you are looking for both basic and new concepts to devise intros and endings, then this class is for you! The 16 pages of written material (including TAB) along with the 90-minute video will aid in learning the theory behind what makes great intros, beginning with the progressions themselves, and then many arrangements of rich chordal intros. Coming up with your own intros, both in practice and on the spot, is a fun and useful technique that can raise one’s level of overall musicianship. Once you are playing great sounding intros, you’ll always look forward to starting tunes!
Highlights of this class include:
Common root motion
Essential tone comping below melody
Solo guitar style with a bass presence
Specific examples meant to be used with bass accompaniment
Guide tone lines
2 and 3-part chordal intros
90 minute video and written materials in standard notation and TAB for finger-style, pick-style and hybrid picking. After working through the class, you’ll never want to say “right on it” when counting off a tune again!
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