Trace Bundy is a self taught acoustic guitarist that plays in the percussive/tapping genre. He was named "Most Promising New Talent" in 2008 by Acoustic Guitar Magazine and won 3rd place for "Best Fingerstyle Guitarist" in the same year.
Complete course with step-by-step lessons and practice examples.
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In his artist series, Trace shows off his chops and discusses the techniques he employs to create his unique blend of acoustic music.Begin the Course
JamPlay interviews "Acoustic Ninja," Trace Bundy.
Trace Bundy discusses and demonstrates the two-handed fret tapping technique.
Trace Bundy performs his arrangement of <i>Pachelbel's Canon</i>.
Trace discusses and demonstrates percussion techniques on an acoustic guitar.
Trace Bundy talks about harmonics and how you can apply them to your playing.
Trace Bundy discusses the use of the short cut capo while playing.
Trace Bundy talks about the different ways you can use multiple capos to enhance your playing.
Trace Bundy offers up a performance of his song "Love Song."
Trace demonstrates how you can combine techniques from the previous lessons to create depth in your playing.
Trace Bundy explains how percussive elements and harmonics can be combined to add depth to your playing.
Trace Bundy talks about the gear he uses in live performance situations.
Trace Bundy discusses how a looping station can be used in your playing.
Trace Bundy demonstrates how the reverse function on a looping pedal can be used to create some creative new sounds.
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absolutely amazing...way too advanced for me but an absolute joy to listen to and to watch being performed...it doesn't get much better than that :D
This was my first lesson, just love Trace's work......totally inspiring artist, his tune is probably way beyond me......but love the musicality, style, energy of the sounds and techniques. Very nice instruction, I can imagine he would be awesom
I want to learn this !