Brad Davis – Guitar Player’s Guide to Developing Speed, Accuracy & Tone

Apr 07 2019

Brad Davis – Guitar Player’s Guide to Developing Speed, Accuracy & Tone

Brad Davis Guitar Player’s Guide to Developing Speed, Accuracy & Tone PDF. This is a 150 page book, with 157 audio tracks, that will show you how to develop speed, accuracy, volume, tone, note clarity, and fluidity for the acoustic guitar. Most books teach you the notes to songs, this book teaches you how to make each note that you play in those songs sound clear and distinct with rich tone and how you can bring all of those notes together in a smooth and fluid flow at any tempo.
The first section of this book explores all of the details of right and left hand mechanics and technique and helps you analyze your mechanics so that you can play the guitar in the most efficient and effective manner. Then this book presents an extensive series of step-by-step exercises to help you develop all of the “meat and potatoes” pick style guitar techniques, to include: rhythm strums, down stokes, alternate picking, rhythm pick pattern (RPP), picking against the grain, forward and reverse roll crosspicking, forward-reverse crosspicking, harmonized scales, string skipping techniques, floating, playing drone strings, skip string crosspicking, rest strokes, sweep picking, and double-down-up picking.
The material is presented in a series of six “phases,” each building on the techniques and exercises that are presented in earlier phases. The step-by-step approach will insure that your pick style acoustic guitar technique is fully developed. If you are looking to improve your speed, accuracy, tone, volume, note clarity, and fluidity, this is the book for you. Players at all levels can benefit greatly from the material presented in this book.

Format: PDF + CD Audio tracks (Mp3). 151 pages

 

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2 comments

  1. zizi /

    I would like to ask same question, why it is only for premium members? IMHO it is not fer.

  2. bandabassotti /

    sorry why only premium member?

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