Mastering Arpeggios Triple Pack
  • Mastering Arpeggios Triple Pack
  • Mastering Arpeggios Triple Pack
  • Mastering Arpeggios Triple Pack
  • Mastering Arpeggios Triple Pack

Mastering Arpeggios Triple Pack

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Mastering Arpeggios Triple Pack

Save over 33% by purchasing the Mastering Arpeggios Triple Pack. You'll get all 3 Mastering Arpeggios DVDs for a total of 6 hours of instruction! This triple pack makes up the ultimate DVD guide for anyone wanting to get a deluxe course in guitar theory!

Mastering Arpeggios:

  •  Major, Minor, Diminished and Augmented Triad Arpeggios
  •  Arpeggio-Scale Theory
  • Two- and Three- Octave Monster Shapes
  • Sweeps and Taps
  • String Skipping
  • Classical-Style Shred Licks

Bonus Section on How to Play Like Paganini!

Mastering Arpeggios 2:

  • Major-seven, Dominant-seven, Minor-seven, Minor-seven Flat-five, and Diminished-seven forms
  • Two- and Three-octave Monster Shapes
  • Four- and Five-note "Shred Cells"
  • Interval Patterns
  • Melodic Sequences for All Styles of Music

Bonus Section on How to Play Like Bach!

Mastering Arpeggios 3:

  • Minor Major-seven
  • Major- and Dominant-seven Flat-five and Sharp-five
  • Dominant-seven Sus4
  • Two- and Three-octave Monster Shapes
  • Alternate Picking "Shred Cells"
  • Interval Patterns

Bonus Section on Pick-Style Classical Performance!

Your Instructor is Jimmy Brown who over the last 25 years has built a reputation as one of the world's finest music editors through his work as transcriber, arranger, and senior music editor for Guitar World magazine. Jimmy earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies and Performance and Music Management from William Paterson University in 1988 and relies on much of what he learned then - and since then, as a professional musician-for-hire to do his job effectively.  He is also an experienced private guitar teacher and an accomplished writer, two skills that go hand-in-hand in his career at Guitar World.

 Please note: These products includes a PDF booklet on each DVD and can be retrieved by opening the DVD on your computer.