Guitar Insanity Workout - Eatmystrings!

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Welcome to the "Eatmystrings - Guitar Insanity Workout"

This course will help you develop guitar-picking techniques through guitar picking exercises, master pentatonic shapes, modes and arpeggios! It will work for beginners as well as advanced guitarists.

First, you will start from 85 BPM with simple warm-up guitar exercises, then it will move to 5 E minor pentatonic shapes, scales and the last technique would be sweep.

Don't skip the slow part because this is how you will get the best workout! The slower you do it, the more control you have over your hands!

Play through section 1 every day once a week. You will notice the improvement on your right hand touch and will have full control over …

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Welcome to the "Eatmystrings - Guitar Insanity Workout"

This course will help you develop guitar-picking techniques through guitar picking exercises, master pentatonic shapes, modes and arpeggios! It will work for beginners as well as advanced guitarists.

First, you will start from 85 BPM with simple warm-up guitar exercises, then it will move to 5 E minor pentatonic shapes, scales and the last technique would be sweep.

Don't skip the slow part because this is how you will get the best workout! The slower you do it, the more control you have over your hands!

Play through section 1 every day once a week. You will notice the improvement on your right hand touch and will have full control over your hands!

Once you feel comfortable with section 1, start working on section 2 (100 BPM), and continue your daily workout on section 1

When you get to section 2 you will notice different and more complicated pentatonic licks and instead of 5 pentatonic shapes, we will get into 7 modes from G major scale to 6 string arpeggios.

Start adding exercises from part 2 into your daily workout and keep practicing part 1 daily!

It will take some time to master part 2, but pretty soon you will start seeing results!

Once you are comfortable playing through section 2 move on to section 3 (120 BPM)

Section 3 is the final part of the workout and will help you polish your technique and make all the transitions smooth! It contains a new set of warm up licks, all 7 modes and sweep arpeggios.

Gradually start adding section 3 to your daily workout and continue practicing sections 1 and 2.

By the time you get to the third section you will see a difference in your playing!

After completing section 3, practice this workout daily. After all the shapes are mastered and desired level is achieved, you can use part 3 as a daily warm-up! 

Category: Music

Over 29 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!

Alex “Feather” Akimov (born May 28, 1986) is an Russian – American guitarist and composer.As an active musician for nearly ten years, he appeared on eleven studio albums in addition to collaborating with a wide variety of artists.Alex Feather Akimov started playing guitar when he was 11 years old. In 2006 Graduated from Gnessin State Musical College Moscow, Russia got a BA degree in Classical guitar, Jazz guitar, composition September 2006 moved to Los Angeles, California to study at Los Angeles Music Academy College of Music where he was learning from great teachers such as Frank Gambale , Steve Fister, Greg Howe and many others. After graduating Los Angeles Music Academy in 2008 Alex started working as a full time musician.In 2008 Alex was hired to work with nationally touring band Ziv.Alex appeared on two records “Fearless” and “Paper & Sound” CD “Fearless” become best Independent record of the year Melodic.net, performed more than a hundred shows around the US. After quitting Ziv in 2010 Alex started working with a famous Russian artist 3 times (Russian) Grammy Award winner Irene Nelson.Irene’s music video for debut single “Sunrise” aired on “MTV Russia” and “Muz-Tv,” “Sunrise” charted in the Billboard Dance Charts. 

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