Infinite Shred Method TUTORIAL
P2P | 11 November 2020 | 4.11 GB
This method was meticulously designed to utterly transform your guitar playing abilities as well as to give you a new way to approach the fretboard that will simplify what you already know and increase your knowledge and abilities on the guitar exponentially.
By learning how all guitar patterns are connected and interrelated, you will develop an intuitive understanding of how the fretboard works. This will reduce your need to memorize new patterns, help to eliminate redundancy in what you already know and give you the power to create an endless array of new and unique shred patterns and runs off the top of your head.
As the course progresses, Dan Mumm takes the time to show you how to classify and extract elements of runs and shred patterns that can be utilized as tools and mixed and matched to create new patterns and jumpstart your creativity.
After the initial method is taught, each and every exercise teaches and demonstrates a new concept that will give you a broader understanding of what makes a good run or shred pattern as well as to give you more tools to use to create your own epic shred patterns.
What you will learn:
-The secrets of how all guitar patterns are connected through underlying and repeating patterns
-Multiple levels of scale “building blocks” that will give you an intuitive understanding of how the fretboard works
-How to find any scale you need anywhere on the fretboard at any time
-How to use scale “building blocks” to create an infinite variety of runs and shred patterns
-How to create multi-position runs that can go as far as spanning the entire fretboard
-How to move to any position on the fretboard while staying in the same key
-How to use sequences and “pseudo-sequences” to create interesting, unique and musical runs and shred patterns
-Major and relative minor
-How arpeggios relate to scales
-How to exploit the modes to find any position of any scale across the fretboard
-How to exploit the modes to find any arpeggio across the fretboard
-How to use sequences and “pseudo-sequences” to create arpeggio progressions
-How to use sequences and “pseudo-sequences” to create runs that match or imply a chord progression
-How to exploit octave shapes to find different scale positions on different string groupings
-How to exploit octave shapes to extend runs and shred patterns
-How to break out of a rut and jumpstart your creativity
and far too many related concepts to list here….
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