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GB Method Video Lessons – PACK 1

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GB Method Video Lessons – PACK 1

Course 01: George-Benson’s Right & Left Hand Technique and Rhythmic Concepts

Course 02: The Secret of the Two Chords (PART 1)

Course 03: The Secret of the Two Chords (PART 2)

In this pack of video lessons, you will have access to a step by step guide to understand and master the famous George Benson right and left hand technique. There hasn’t been a place where you can find such detailed and amazing information like this.

Apart from the GB techniques you will have access to many rhythmic concepts and ideas that can completely change your perspective about guitar, improvisation and music. However, the magic of this pack starts with The Secret of the Two Chords, which is where we will start connecting the previous techniques, a unique fretboard visualization and musicality altogether, thus teaching you how to build your own improvisational vocabulary based on GB’s concepts and ideas.

The video material presented contains:

  • Around 4:20 hours of video lessons
  • Sweep picking exercises
  • Rest stroke picking exercises
  • Bee picking exercises
  • Jumping Strings Technique exercises
  • 66 pages of pdfs containing 119 amazing single line ideas with musical notation, tabs, picking& fingering directions and a step by step explanation about them.

GB Method Video Lessons – PACK 1

In this pack of video lessons, you will have access to a step by step guide to understand and master the famous George Benson right and left hand technique. There hasn't been a place where you can find such detailed and amazing information like this. 

Apart from the GB techniques you will have access to many rhythmic concepts and ideas that can completely change your perspective about guitar, improvisation and music. However, the magic of this pack starts with The Secret of the Two Chords, which is where we will start connecting the previous techniques, a unique fretboard visualization and musicality altogether, thus teaching you how to build your own improvisational vocabulary based on GB’s concepts and ideas. 


Course 01: George-Benson’s Right & Left Hand Technique and Rhythmic Concepts

Introduction to George Benson’s Right & Left Hand Technique
Lesson #01: About the Right Hand Position
Lesson #02: Wrist Forearm Shoulder Movement
Lesson #03: Types of Picking Technique
Lesson #04: Combining the Bee Picking, Sweep Picking & Rest Stroke Picking
Lesson #05: Jumping Strings Exercise
Lesson #06: Left Hand Secrets
Lesson #07: Drum Stick Technique
Lesson #08: Staccato Technique
Lesson #09: Reverse Hammer & Some Concepts Beyond Technique
Lesson #10: Musical Metric
Lesson #11: Creating Riffs
Lesson #12: Rhythmic Interpretation
Lesson #13: Rhythmic Cell Names 16th Note Group
Lesson #14: Rhythmic Cell Names Sextuples 16th Note Triplets
Lesson #15: Sing the Melody Comp Yourself

Course 2: The Secret of the Two Chords (PART 1)

Lesson #01: The Secret Of The Two Chords
Lesson #02: Guide Chords & Scale Arpeggios
Lesson #03: Cmaj7, Am7, Em7 Arpeggios Over the Guitar Neck
Lesson #04: Scale Arpeggio Line Combinations
Lesson #05: Scale Arpeggio Line CombinationS (More Examples #1)
Lesson #06: Scale Arpeggio Line CombinationS (More Examples #2)
Lesson #07: Scale Arpeggio Line CombinationS (More Examples #3)
Lesson #08: Scale Arpeggio Line CombinationS (More Examples #4)
Lesson #09: Scale Arpeggio Line CombinationS (More Examples #5)
Lesson #10: Scale Arpeggio Line CombinationS (More Examples #6)
Lesson #11: Scale Arpeggio Line CombinationS (More Examples #7)
Lesson #12: Rhythmic Positioning

Course 03: The Secret of the Two Chords (PART 2)

Lesson #01:Target Tones & Approach Tones
Lesson #02: Simple Chromatics
Lesson #03: Simple Chromatics (More Examples #1)
Lesson #04: Simple Chromatics (More Examples #2)
Lesson #05: Double, Triple & Quadruple Chromatics
Lesson #06: Double, Triple & Quadruple Chromatics (More Examples #1)
Lesson #07: Enclosures
Lesson #08: Mixed Chromatics
Lesson #09 Creating Lines Using All The Tools We Have Learned Before
Lesson #10: Creating Lines Using All The Tools We Have Learned Before (More Examples #1)
Lesson #11: Spark of Quartal Ideas

NOTE: The course PDFs are e-books which means that you will only be able to read it on devices such as computers, cell phones or tablets. We do not offer hard copies because we want to make a difference for the planet. By saving a ton of paper, you can save 17 trees, 26000 liters of water, 4000 kilowatts of power supply and 240 liters of fuel. It takes an average of 5 liters of water to produce one piece of A4 paper. Every tree produces enough oxygen for 3 people to breathe. 93% of paper comes from trees.

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