Learning to Play in Double Time

by on September 14, 2011

in electric guitar, guitar lesson, jazz guitar

A usual path of progress for a guitarist is learning how to play faster. The first part of the process is actually practicing to obtain the technical skill. But another aspect is figuring out what works as a fast line. And also how to use speed effectively as opposed to just playing everything fast. In his newest premium lesson, Double Time Lines in Cm, Guy Fenocchi tackles these topics. Playing over a funky jam track in C, Guy will teach you a series of lines containing 16th note ideas where you might normally use 8th notes. This is good introduction to really thinking about rhythm while you’re soloing. It’s easy to get wrapped up in just note choices, but rhythmic ideas can really set a solo apart. Watch the demo below or check out the lesson page for more info.

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