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Rock House Fretboard Autopsy - Scales, Modes & Melodic Patterns, Level 2 Featuring Rusty Cooley (DVD)
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In the Fretboard Autopsy Scales, Modes, & Melodic Patterns, Level 2 guitarist Rusty Cooley unlocks the road map for the freedom to improvise over the...Read More
In the Fretboard Autopsy Scales, Modes, & Melodic Patterns, Level 2 guitarist Rusty Cooley unlocks the road map for the freedom to improvise over the entire guitar fretboard without being locked into positions. Learn 4-, 5-, and 6-string root modes, extended patterns spanning the guitar neck, 3 octave modes, reverse linear patterns, and modal sequences.
Rusty demonstrates on this Rock House DVD how to create modal chord progressions for each of the 7 modes that you can shred your own leads over. Develop your own guitar style while applying what you learn over the full band backing tracks.
Each Rock House video Includes a printable lesson tab e-book in PDF format, iPod-ready video, and free lifetime membership to Rock House's online lesson support. Enhance your learning experience to links with instructors, download backing tracks, access message boards, and much more. You'll connect with a community of musicians around the world learning to play music using The Rock House Method.
Learn fretboard visualization from a guitar great.
- For intermediate/advanced players
- Includes DVD, printable lesson tab e-book in PDF format, free lifetime web membership for online support and iPod-ready video
Fretboard Autopsy - Scales, Modes & Melodic Patterns, Level 2 Featuring Rusty Cooley (DVD)
- Language: English
- Length: 60 Minutes
- Zones: The DVD is zoned to play anywhere in the world
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Comments about Rock House Fretboard Autopsy - Scales, Modes & Melodic Patterns, Level 2 Featuring Rusty Cooley (DVD):
Rusty has an excellent way of explaining all of the material so that everyone can understand, regardless of the skill level. This one gave me just what I needed to escape the ever-dreadful "box" style of playing and actually move in a linear fashion. Also, the reverse linear patterns were awesome to study, i had never seen it like that. The only part I didn't like was how when Rusty showed a new scale, he would play it slow, then his version of "a little faster" was at least three times faster, making it really hard to comprehend at full speed like that. Nonetheless, an excellent DVD for the price. If you've seen Fretboard Autopsy 1 and you want to expand on it, go for this easily. Great DVD by a great player.