This one being the latest and for free until Friday.
He also made a lot of videos that should be of interest for any guitar player out there.
I did destroy my fingers over-practicing guitar two weeks ago, so have not used this app yet...
Yapps wanted to practice an hour a day but got so excited lately with the guitar that it became around three hours of steel string guitar and now paying the price. It have made me kind of depressed as my guitar playing started to sound real good...
But as the fingers recuperate hopefully in a week or so more, want to see if this can help me theory wise.
Why is it that many video courses, guitar lessons, guitarists, apps and tutorials explain the concept of modes for guitar over and over again? Because they are very useful of course, but somewhat fail as one usually ends up with fretboard diagrams filled with dots and patterns and it all seems like a big intellectual challenge to memorize all positions at once, all keys, all strings… so many different combinations, and how to make them sound musical and flow through them without sounding like a robot is going up and down a scale?
We believe the solution is learning through intuition and repetition with carefully designed objective oriented practice routines. Time is important, so optimizing your practice time is essential to make progress and stop wasting time.
This approach to learning the modes of the major scale for guitar is simple and effective, just play along a practice routine for 10 minutes a day and the whole fretboard will start to open up for you. The routines cover all seven modes of the major scale parallel to each other in the key of C. We are approaching guitar fretboard visualization in 3-string shapes that cover only one octave, which makes them easy to manipulate, instead of large 6-string shapes, CAGED, 3 notes per string or other conventional shapes. This process will allow you to always keep in mind the intervallic relationship of the note you're playing against the root. Basic modal theory is included and we focus on the 7 modes of the major scale: Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian and Locrian.
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- Fly through the 7 Modes of the Major Scale
- 21 well designed guitar practice routines for daily practice
- 14 Backing tracks/modal loops with advanced audio pitch-shifting, tempo variations, and an equalizer
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- Modal Music Theory
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