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Music Sales Guitar Sherpa Presents Frank Vignola: Inversion Excursion (DVD)
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Frank Vignola is one of the most multidimensional artists in the industry. A monster player and composer, Frank has worked with everyone from Les Pau...Click To Read More About This Product
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This ain't your typical chord book.
Frank Vignola is one of the most multidimensional artists in the industry. A monster player and composer, Frank has worked with everyone from Les Paul to Donald Fagen so he's the perfect guide in this comprehensive exploration of guitar chord inversions.
Guitar Sherpa Present Frank Vignola: Inversion Excursion will exponentially increase your chord, comping, and rhythm pattern vocabulary. Instead of simply memorizing chord forms from a book, the Inversion Excursioninstructional DVD teaches you how to unleash chorus after chorus of fresh ideas by giving you a grip on the chord forms and then illustrating how to apply them in a musical context.
Frank's tips and tricks will show you how to instantly pull out an endless variety of interesting voicings and rhythms to keep both the soloist and the audience engaged and motivated. The guitar tutorials will teach you hundreds of inversions up and down the neck, across all string groups, in all keys.
In this first volume, you'll work through major guitar chord inversions using video demonstrations and extensive charts (over 500 pages) that illustrate root, first inversion, second inversion and third inversion forms. Unlike your typical chord book, you'll play your way through the guitar lessons and exercises within a musical context and learn how to apply the inversions with rhythmic ideas in virtually any style of music.
Inversion Excursion will help you develop a massive vocabulary of chords, patterns, and applications that you can pull out when accompanying, arranging, composing, and improvising.
- Text lesson guide
- Chord charts
- Practice rhythm tracks
Never find yourself struggling to come up with something fresh, if not downright dazzling.