Brad Carlton - CAGED Cracked for Guitar

Brad Carlton - CAGED Cracked for Guitar

Apr 1, 2022

Designed to motivate and inspire students. Brad Carlton, presents CAGED Cracked, a unique and  highly effective system for fretboard navigation, chord selection and improvisation. The CAGED system goes well beyond alternate chord voicings by also serving as a springboard for comping, soloing and improvising in any key.
You'll start off learning just five moveable chord forms and a system for quickly identifying roots and other strong tones. You'll then learn how to quickly see and overlay intervals, arpeggios, pentatonics and other scale forms - all of them also moveable to any key.
Next, you'll get a grip on handy inversions of the chord forms to connect the dots between the forms and add texture to the harmony. Then the fun begins as you put your big bag of moveable chords, arpeggios and scale forms to work to comp, solo and improvise over any changes, in any key, in any fretboard position.
You'll also learn how to pull out fills at will and instantly connect strong tones across even the most complicated changes to form seamless melodic lines and compositions. CAGED Cracked unlocks the improvisational firepower of the CAGED system for rhythm work, fills, solos and melodies as well. The ultimate "rut-buster" for advanced and intermediate players alike, CAGED Cracked quickly transforms every aspect of your playing from B&W to color. Hands-On Learning Tools included with CAGED Cracked: Text Lesson Guide, Chord Charts, Practice Rhythm Tracks, Bonus Material.

Language: English
Year: 2009
Country: USA
Running time: 01:38:00
Quality: DVD5
Video: MPEG2 720x480 5800 kbps 29.97 fps
Audio: AC3, 2 ch, 256Kbps, 48 KHz
Booklet: Yes (PDF) + MP3
Size: 2.3 Gb

Brad Carlton - CAGED Cracked for Guitar

Brad Carlton - CAGED Cracked for Guitar

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3 comments on “Brad Carlton - CAGED Cracked for Guitar”

  1. Is anyone having trouble playing the DVD?
    I have just the top half of the screen and that's it.

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