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Berklee Press Modal Voicing Techniques Guitar (DVD)  

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Add sophistication to your sound with Modal Voicing Techniques Guitar. Bring new colors and voicings to your guitar playing with Berklee professor Rick Peckham, internationally known jazz guita... Read More

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Add sophistication to your sound with Modal Voicing Techniques Guitar. Bring new colors and voicings to your guitar playing with Berklee professor Rick Peckham, internationally known jazz guitarist, composer, writer, and clinician. In this master class DVD, Peckham unlocks the mysteries of modal tonality with a series of exercises and demonstrations that will expand your vocabulary, no matter what instrument you play. Peckham will show you how to extend your capabilities by integrating a variety of new voicings and articulations into your playing, so you can handle any modal situation guided by your own ears and instincts. 57 minutes.

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Berklee PressModal Voicing Techniques Guitar (DVD)
 
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A good lesson, but difficult to follow without the written material.

By Josh

from Fayetteville, AR

Comments about Berklee Press Modal Voicing Techniques Guitar (DVD):

I just want to point out that this DVD seems to be missing the accompanying book that the instructor refers to throughout. You'll get a few brief glimpses at the transcriptions of what he's playing, but I'm sure he meant for you to be able to follow along with your own copy. Basically, if you've got a pretty good understanding of all the chords he's using, this is very helpful. If not, it can be frustrating.

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