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Greg Robin (418) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1

This lesson is designed for improving ones musicality. From studied classic guitar for 5 years at universities, there is a great lesson for electric players to learn. When playing a series of chords, the finger on the lowest note of the chord begins its movement to the next chord before the other fingers move. This brief stop in the bass duration is covered by the smooth connection in the top voice..This is how to connect chords musically. One must always prepare ahead of time. Trust me it works. If you are interested consult Christopher Bergs Technique Trough Process and Essence. By the way, he is my teacher. Keep Shreddin greg!