Tool Book Vol.3 – George Benson Right & Left Hand Techniques (Arpeggios, Scales and other Ideas) & The Secret of the Two Chords
In this book you will find:
- George Benson Right & Left-Hand Techniques. All the techniques presented have examples of lines where you can apply each of the different techniques (over 40 examples)
- Triad fingering & picking possibilities and their inversions (more than 100 approaches)
- Tetrad fingering & picking possibilities (about 60 approaches)
- Pentatonic Scales and Patterns, such as the Blues Scale, showing you how to play them vertically and horizontally (over 70 examples)
- Simple Major Blues chorus examples using melodic positioning: “Early Notes”, “On the Head” and “Late Notes” (48 chorus ideas)
- Simple Minor Blues chorus examples using melodic positioning: “Early Notes”, “On the Head” and “Late Notes” (48 chorus ideas)
- George Benson Blues lick studies (24 Major & Minor licks). For each one of these licks we give you some options of fingerings & pickings (more than 100 possibilities) which will help you choose the best idea in any situation.
- Extended Blues Licks (30 amazing lines)
- Double Stop Licks (18 Licks) chosen by George and Peter. Apart from that, you will learn many chord and harmony possibilities where you can apply these fantastic approaches.
- Natural Major Scale Application & intervallic patterns (more than 35 examples)
- The Secret of the Two Chords: scale arpeggios concept and how to build lines using all the material you have learned before (70 single line ideas always with indications showing you what type of material we have used in each part of the line, tabs, fingerings & picking notations.)
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