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  • PB Guitarstudio Q&ADateWed Jun 02, 2010 7:44 am
    Forum post by spitznagel. Topic: PB Guitarstudio Q&A

    ha of course. i play every day. not as much as i used to, but still every day. my dexterity has gone through the roof after practicing PBs scaletone stuff, i really like the 3/4 and 4/3 maps, those slides are great for your pinky. however, the problem does not lie in my coordination, or in how clean i play, it lies in me actually being able to come up with anything other than really simple, cliche melodies. where does the good shit come from? i play mostly blues and it seems like ill get off to a good start, then just dive bomb. how do you keep that plane in the air?


  • PB Guitarstudio Q&ADateTue Jun 01, 2010 8:21 pm
    Forum post by spitznagel. Topic: PB Guitarstudio Q&A

    ya i already downloaded just about everything from that page. Im familiar with caged, the 7pos system, the 12, scaletone, etc... Ive been watching some of PBs videos and i heard him mention chord modes, and arpeggio modes. I am curious if there is a book available either with these concepts, or with anything else that has not been covered on youtube. Ive watched just about every single video, and i really like the way PB explains everything.

  • PB Guitarstudio Q&ADateTue Jun 01, 2010 7:58 pm
    Forum post by spitznagel. Topic: PB Guitarstudio Q&A

    Not sure if this is where i should post but here goes.. Im interested in the scaletone form book you mentioned in your videos. I'm wondering if the book is still a work in progress, or if its available. I'm also curious if arpeggio-modes and chord-modes will be covered in the book? I've heard the ideas referenced before but am not sure what they are exactly. I'm assuming they are inversions, but i really like your slant on things so I'd like to learn more about where your goin with that.

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