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Education » Video Tutorials
Jonathan E. Peters Music Theory TUTORiAL REPACK screenshot
FANTASTiC | 02 April 2019 | 2.67 GB
Have you ever wondered how the musical scale came about? Or why certain pitches sound better together than others? "Music Theory", by award-winning composer, Jonathan Peters, is a comprehensive course in the study of music. Much more than just memorization of musical terms and definitions...this course explains the "why".

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Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Jesus Hernandez - Buena Vista Cuban Guitar Guidebook screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Cuban music is considered one of the richest and most influential world music genres. Its highly rhythmical featuring West African and Spanish elements combined with Classical and Jazz textures. Ry Cooder and Cuban guitarist Juan de Marcos González presented Cuban music to the world with the Buena Vista Social Club, which became the umbrella term to describe Cuba's musical golden age between the 1930s and 1950s.

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Truefire - Richard Van Bergen - Down Home Boogie & Blues Guidebook screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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The down home country blues grooves pioneered by legendary pre-war blues artists will live
on forever, both in their original form and as the foundation for more contemporary blues
grooves. Richard van Bergen’s Down Home Boogie & Blues Guidebook will take you on a
learning journey through a versatile collection of swamp pop, boogie-woogie, rhythm &
blues, and early Chicago blues grooves.
”There's nothing more exciting and sexy as a stripped down boogie groove as played by John
Lee Hooker, RL Burnside or Fred McDowell. Just a man and his guitar could set fire to a
Mississippi juke-joint and make people holler, stomp their feet and dance till the break of
dawn.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Mimi Fox - Jazz Trio Comping screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Comping in a trio setting is a critical skill for the jazz guitarist. Chord selection,
locking in with the rhythm section, playing in different meters, establishing the harmonic
texture and character of the tune -- these are all crucial responsibilities.
Play your way through the 10 comping performance studies in Mimi Fox’s Jazz Trio Comping
course and you’ll be well-equipped to hold up your end of the bargain in any rhythm
section, on any jazz bandstand.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Mimi Fox - Jazz chord punches screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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A critical skill for any jazz guitarist is knowing how and when to punch chords when
soloing, especially in a jazz trio setting. Mimi Fox’s Jazz Chord Punches will show you 8
essential approaches for comping and punching chords. Then, Mimi will show you how to apply those approaches across 5 performance studies in a variety of feels, tempos, and keys.
”This course is designed to make you a well-rounded player capable of playing in a guitar
trio situation with intelligence and confidence. Being able to punch chords in the midst of
playing single lines is one of the trademarks of sophisticated jazz guitar playing.
Mastering this technique will also allow you to play successfully in solo, duo (with
bassist/vocalist/other instruments) and in many other contexts.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - John Knowles - Fingerstyle Journals screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Composer, recording artist and master fingerstyle guitarist, John Knowles has collaborated
with the world’s finest fingerstyle and classical guitarists including Chet Atkins, Jerry
Reed, Lenny Breau, Tommy Emmanuel and the Romero Family.
John's work won a Grammy, received two Emmy nominations, was inducted into the National
Thumb Picker's Hall of Fame, and was awarded the first Honorary CGP (Certified Guitar
Player) degree by Chet Atkins!
Fortunately for we fingerstyle players, John is also a passionate and accomplished
educator. Guitarists around the world subscribe to and learn from his FingerStyle
Quarterly. We’re thrilled to welcome John to the family with his first TrueFire course,
Fingerstyle Journals!
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Jeff McErlain - Two Guitar Blues Grooves screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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More often than not you’ll find yourself playing with another guitar player at the local
blues jam or on the gig, and you’ll both be playing rhythm guitar a majority of the time to
support a vocalist or other soloist. The last thing you want to do is play the same or even
a similar rhythm guitar part because that muddies up the rhythm section and does little to
enhance the overall sound. So what should you do? Easy…
Start by digging into Jeff McErlain’s Two Guitar Blues Grooves and work through the 10 sets
of rhythm guitar performance studies (20 rhythm guitar parts in total!) that Jeff prepared
to expand your rhythm part vocabulary and impart priceless guidance for crafting two-guitar
rhythm parts.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Jay P - 30 Cutting-Edge Rhythm & Blues Grooves You MUST Know screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Whether you’re a working pro, a weekend warrior, or just love jamming with your buds —
you’re playing rhythm guitar 90% of the time. If you’re playing blues, rock, funk, country,
or pop — you’re playing rhythm guitar over very simple chord progressions and vamps.
Players with a limited rhythm guitar vocabulary will find that things can get pretty boring
very quickly for themselves, for the other band members, and for the audience.
If your rhythm guitar chops can use a major tune-up, dig into Jay-P’s collection of 30
Cutting-Edge Rhythm & Blues Grooves to take your rhythm guitar playing from Black & White
to 4K Color in just a few practice sessions.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Fareed Haque - 30 beginner jazz licks you must know screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Developing a vocabulary of jazz licks is the first step for learning how to solo and
improvise over jazz progressions and songs. Every jazz guitar player learns pretty much the
same beginning vocabulary of jazz licks and then, with time and practice, transforms them
into their own distinctive jazz guitar sound. To help kick-start your own jazz lick
vocabulary, Fareed Haque hand-picked 30 Beginner Jazz Licks You MUST Know to ensure that
they were easy to learn and also very versatile.
These 30 beginner jazz guitar licks can be played over a variety of chord changes, and all
of them can be connected with other licks to form longer phrases and solos. All of the
licks are also ‘moveable’ so that you can move them up and down the fretboard and play them
over jazz changes in any key.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - David Hamburger - Blues alchemy Post war screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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As American roots music became electrified in the years after World War II, blues musicians in thriving urban centers like Chicago and Los Angeles began transforming earlier, prewar blues sounds into a variety of vibrant, groove-oriented styles. The innovative sounds and vocabularies first waxed by icons like T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, Lightnin' Hopkins and Ray Charles in the 1950s still form the foundation of every modern blues musicians' sensibilities.
In David Hamburger's Post War edition of Blues Alchemy you'll play your way through eight essential ‘Post War' grooves, while learning how to combine the fundamental pentatonic blues vocabulary with more sophisticated approaches for soloing and playing the changes.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - David Hamburger - 30 blues intros, turnarounds, and endings you must know screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Intros, turnarounds, and endings are the key moments that really frame a blues song, and with the right moves at your fingertips, you can make the most of these moments.
In this collection of 30 Blues Intros, Turnarounds, and Endings, David Hamburger will teach you two intros, two turnarounds and two endings for each of five essential blues grooves — a shuffle, boogaloo, slow blues, minor blues and a jazz blues. Wrap your hands around these licks to start turning your jams into songs, and sound good doing so.

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Truefire - Christie Lenée - Creative Fingerstyle Guitar for Songwriters screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Songwriters often find themselves stuck in a creative rut playing the same old chords and patterns. How do you free yourself from traditional forms? How do you break out of the box? How can you expand your palette of musical ideas? For all those answers and mega doses of inspiration, dig deep into Christie Lenée’s Creative Fingerstyle Guitar for Songwriters.
Combining guitar virtuosity, lyrical storytelling, and a passion for positivity, Christie Lenée leaves her audiences feeling inspired. “She's got unparalleled skill on the guitar, songs that go straight to the heart, plus an immediate and deep connection with the audience. She wowed everybody!”
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Chris Buono - Take 5 Legato screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Put simply legato means ‘smooth and flowing’ and to achieve that sound guitarists utilize a trio of go-to techniques: hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides. All three of those techniques work together to produce the legato sound, and all three also have a variety of iterations that guitarists need to have a grip on. This Legato edition of Take 5 from Chris Buono is an accelerated curriculum designed to help you build a solid foundation for this essential technique.
Chris kicks off the course with a quick primer on legato where you’ll drill down on these key techniques and their various iterations. Chris will demonstrate how to combine them to achieve a smooth and seamless legato sound.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Brad Carlton - Chord Studies Rock and Pop Progressions Vol2 screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
Video: MP4, 864x486 (16:9), 966 Kbps, 29.970 fps
Audio: MP3, 192 Kbps, 44.1 Khz, 2 channels
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This second volume expands your vocabulary with 15 more popular song progressions. As you work through these progressions you'll also learn a variety of essential voicings for add 9, 6/9, sus 2, major 9th, dominant 7th, minor 7th and major 7/6 chords.
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Andrew Leonard - Beginner Method for Classical Guitar screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Audio: MP3, 192 Kbps, 48 khz, 2 channels
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Whether you're an experienced guitarist interested in adding classical technique and style to your playing, or a beginner starting from the ground up, this accelerated Beginner Method for Classical Guitar course from Andrew Leonard is the ideal study program for you.
”In this first volume, we’ll cover the most fundamental techniques. I’ll show you right-hand rest and free strokes to play scales and arpeggios, and my unique 4-position approach for the left-hand. Along the way, you'll play several etudes and you’ll wrap up the course with Milan's "Pavan 1", a well-known concert piece.”
Education » Video Tutorials
Truefire - Adam Levy - 30 Songwriter Sideman Licks You MUST Know screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Audio: MP3, 192 Kbps, 48 Khz, 2 channels
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Supporting a songwriter as the sideman in a duo or band situation is an artful skill that can be very challenging. Usually, there’s a rhythm guitarist -- perhaps the singer -- playing fairly simple chords and rhythms. Your job as the sideman is to color and embellish the performance of the song without distracting the audience’s attention.
Adam Levy’s collection of 30 Songwriter Sideman Licks is an essential, versatile vocabulary of rhythm parts, fills, and single-note lines for anyone performing or recording in a sideman capacity.

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