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Speed, Accuracy, and Tone Discount Bundle
Speed, Accuracy, and Tone Discount Bundle

Price: $34.95

Product Code: 3120

Usually if you buy these two products together you save $15.00. During the month of June 2016, you will receive an additional 20% discount. That means that you now save over $20!

With this bundle you will receive The Guitar Player's Guide to Developing Speed, Accuracy, and Tone book and CD set by Brad Davis and Dan Miller, plus you will receive The Developing Speed, Accuracy, and Tone DVD by Tim May and Dan Miller

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The Guitar Player's Guide to Developing Speed, Accuracy, and Tone (by Brad Davis and Dan Miller) is a 150 page book, with 157 audio tracks, that will show you how to develop speed, accuracy, volume, tone, note clarity, and fluidity for the acoustic guitar. Most books teach you the notes to songs, this book teaches you how to make each note that you play in those songs sound clear and distinct with rich tone and how you can bring all of those notes together in a smooth and fluid flow at any tempo.

The first section of this book explores all of the details of right and left hand mechanics and technique and helps you analyze your mechanics so that you can play the guitar in the most efficient and effective manner. Then this book presents an extensive series of step-by-step exercises to help you develop all of the "meat and potatoes" pick style guitar techniques, to include: rhythm strums, down stokes, alternate picking, rhythm pick pattern (RPP), picking against the grain, forward and reverse roll crosspicking, forward-reverse crosspicking, harmonized scales, string skipping techniques, floating, playing drone strings, skip string crosspicking, rest strokes, sweep picking, and double-down-up picking.
The material is presented in a series of six "phases," each building on the techniques and exercises that are presented in earlier phases. The step-by-step approach will insure that your pick style acoustic guitar technique is fully developed. If you are looking to improve your speed, accuracy, tone, volume, note clarity, and fluidity, this is the book for you. Players at all levels can benefit greatly from the material presented in this book.

Flatpicking Guitar Magazine editor, and co-author, Dan Miller says, "I am very excited about this book. Brad Davis and I have worked very hard to insure that The Guitar Player's Guide to Developing Speed, Accuracy & Tone is a very complete program of study. I'll tell you, this program works! In the past year and a half I have written and published seven volumes of the Flatpicking Essentials course and I've received a lot of great feedback from the flatpickers who are working with that material (Thanks!). But I'll have to say that I personally learned more in terms of taking my own guitar playing abilities to the next level with this new book than I have with any book I've ever written or worked with in the past. I really believe in this program that Brad Davis has designed."
"This program really helped me improve every aspect of my guitar playing. After working with this material I can now play faster and louder and I have better tone and note clarity. I feel my playing is much smoother and more fluid as well. And this book is great because no matter what your current level, you can learn a lot from working with these exercises. Brad Davis has been playing professionally for over 30 years and these are the exercises that he uses to warm up for performances and studio sessions. They will work for anybody."

The Guitar Player's Guide to Improving Technique DVD:

In this 90-minute DVD video Tim May and Dan Miller teach the details of right and left hand technique and mechanics that will help any pick style acoustic guitar player improve their speed, tone, note accuracy, fluidity, volume, and power. Topics of discussion include:

The importance of relaxation and consistency Holding the guitar and body position The pick's role in tone production
Right hand pick grip
Right hand postion (floating, posting, and gliding)
Right hand placement and its role in tone production
Finding the "sweet spot"
Dealing with string tension variation
The "pendulum problem"
The rhythm strum
Pick Extension
Pick Depth
Pick Angle and its impact on tone and speed
The role of joint articulation (elbow, wrist, and finger joints)
The Rest Stroke
The Swing Stroke
Moving the pick through the strings
Pick Attack
Left Hand positioning and mechanics
Coordinating the Left and Right Hands

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