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  1. #9

    Join Date: Nov 2008
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    Hey all,

    I have just 10 copies of Riff Training Level 2 left to sell.

    Once they are gone it is unlikely that I will get anymore books printed. Going to become a hitman instead.

    So, now is your chance to get it.

    The bundle deal is still available:

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    My play along GP files, books, posters all available at:

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  3. #10

    Join Date: Nov 2008
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    All intermediate routines are now done

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    You can buy the intermediate BUT I will need to send you the files in an email after the transaction due to a file limit on my site.

    So in the intermediate section we have:

    Harmonic Minor Part 1 - this covers Harmonic Minor, Locrian #6, Ionian #5
    Harmonic Minor Part 2- this covers Dorian #4, Phrygian Dominant, Lydian #2, Superlocrian
    Legato Part 2 - continues from Part 1, faster, harder sequences etc
    Major Modes Part 3 - this covers all of the major modes as well as chords and arpeggios all over the neck. This one is essential for all guitarists IMO.
    Melodic Minor Part 1 - covers the first 3 Melodic Minor modes
    Melodic Minor Part 2 - covers the last 4 Melodic Minor modes
    Melodic Minor Part 3 - covers all 7 melodic minor modes
    Picking Part 2 - much harder than Part 1, wider strings skips, faster etc
    Sweep Picking Part 2 - includes arpeggio inversions, seventh arpeggios, practice pieces, speed exercises etc
    Tapping Part 1 - an introduction to the way I tap (holding picking with thumb and index and using middle, ring and baby fingers to tap). This is by far the most logical way to approach tapping as you can still keep the pick in your hand. Covers basic exercises, arpeggios, scale sequences etc. THIS IS A VERY HARD ROUTINE.

    You can use these 10 routines to very easily make a reliable practice timetable for the week. When you can play all of these routines you are ready to move onto the advanced routines (which I am currently working on). Do not skip the mode routines, neck knowledge is THE most important thing about being a good improviser IMO.

    The bundle is just £14. Not bad considering this has taken me over 120 hours to put together. And if you were wanting an email routine written it could cost double that.
    My play along GP files, books, posters all available at:

  4. #11

    Join Date: Nov 2008
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    I also need some testimonials for my website, so if any of you like my books/downloads please PM me a testimonial and I will put in on my website. Thanks
    My play along GP files, books, posters all available at:

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