Motion and Chord Voicings – Part II

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George Van Eps used to say that “Guitarists put too damn many notes in their chords.”

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SKU: Steve Herberman 6/05/07 11:30 AM Category:

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George Van Eps used to say that “Guitarists put too damn many notes in their chords.”  In this class we’ll heed the maestro’s advice and examine 10th intervals with a moving inner line.  Also, we’ll look at other intervals such as 6th’s and 12th’s with inner line motion and apply these to a progression.  Exercises outlining these principles will be provided, allowing you to become more familiar with the techniques necessary to play these smoothly.  It’s a refreshing approach to enhance your chord melody playing.

Motion and Chord Voicings – Part II Class Content | Steve Herberman

George Van Eps used to say that “Guitarists put too damn many notes in their chords.”  In this class we’ll heed the maestro’s advice and examine 10th intervals with a moving inner line.  Also, we’ll look at other intervals such as 6th’s and 12th’s with inner line motion and apply these to a progression.  Exercises outlining these principles will be provided, allowing you to become more familiar with the techniques necessary to play these smoothly.  It’s a refreshing approach to enhance your chord melody playing.

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