Learn How To Create Solo Guitar Arrangements – In Any Style
Why is it cool to be able to play solo guitar? How do you approach arranging a solo guitar piece? How do you approach performing a solo guitar piece?
Greg Koch’s edition of Solo Gristleman Guitar answers all of these and many more questions that the vast majority of guitarists ask themselves. And true-to-form, Greg will get you up and running so fast you won’t even notice the ‘gristle’ forming around all of your fingers.
”I’ve organized the course into six sets of lessons. Each set focuses on a different solo guitar approach, and we’ll put each to work in a solo arrangement that I’ve worked out from some of my own original tunes.
We’ll start by exploring some of the ways I use chord inversions to create melodies, gospel influences, chord melody, country blues approaches, travis and hybrid picking, accompanying yourself with bass notes, hammer ons and other melodic embellishments.
We’ll look at some of the ways I use open G tuning for solo tunes, wide intervallic melodies and a whole lot more gristle along the way.
Using TrueFire’s learning tools, we’ll practice together every step of the way, at any speed, looping any section of the arrangement.”
You’ll have all of TrueFire’s advanced learning tools at your finger tips to personalize your workspace and learn at your own pace.
You can loop, slow down, or speed up any section of a lesson. Plus, all of the tab and notation is synced to the videos for the optimal learning experience. You’ll also get tab and standard notation files to print out, Guitar Pro files, and all of the backing tracks to practice with.
Grab your guitar, and let’s ‘pound the gristle’ with Greg Koch!