Brendan Burns talks about the circle of fifths, intervals and more to help you in your playing.
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Brendan Burns talks about the circle of fifths, intervals and more to help you in your playing.Begin the Course
Brendan Burns explains the circle of fifths and how to navigate it on the neck of the guitar.
Brendan Burns demonstrates an exercise that will help you locate and play octaves on the guitar.
Brendan Burns focuses on the fifth interval in chapter two of the interval workout.
In the third interval workout chapter, Brendan discusses and demonstrates the perfect fourth interval.
In chapter four of his interval workout series, Brendan discusses and demonstrates the major third interval.
In chapter five of his interval workout, Brendan demonstrates the minor third intervals.
Brendan Burns demonstrates the tritone intervals.
Brendan Burns demonstrates the major second intervals.
Brendan Burns demonstrates the minor second intervals.
Brendan Burns demonstrates the major sixth intervals.
Brendan Burns demonstrates the minor sixth intervals.
Brendan Burns demonstrates the major seventh intervals.
The final interval workout from Brendan Burns features the flat seventh or minor seventh interval.
Brendan returns to show us how to navigate modes on the guitar using one string up and down the neck.
Brendan continues his navigation series by showing us how to play the modes on two strings.
Brendan wraps up his Modal Navigation mini-series by showing us how to play the modes on three strings.
Brendan teaches us how to improve our improvisation using just the major pentatonic scale.
Brendan continues in the Harmonic Pentatonic Improvisation series by showing us some exercises with the minor pentatonic scale.
Brendan wraps up his Harmonic Pentatonic Improvisation series by showing us how it all fits together when improvising over diatonic chord progressions.
In this new mini-series, Brendan shows us various chromatic ways to approach triads on an arpeggio level. This first lesson deals with approaching the major and minor triads from one half-step below the chord tone.
Next up in Brendan's mini-series, Chromatic Approaches for Triads, he shows us approaches from one chromatic note above the chord tones. As Brendan would say: "Super fun, super easy, super awesome!"
Brendan demonstrates the next chromatic approach in the series: one chromatic note below and one from above the chord tone.
Brendan concludes the first half of the Chromatic Approaches to Triads series by reviewing the "one above/one below" approach to the chord tones.
In the second half of Brendan's series, he looks at double chromatic approaches to the triad chord tones from below.
Brendan continues to explore the cool sounds of chromatic approaches. Here, he looks at double chromatic approaches to the triad chord tones from above.
Brendan continues in his Chromatic Approaches series by showing us the double approaches from below and above. There are some great sounds here to integrate into your improv!
Brendan concludes this mini-series with a look at the last set of chromatic approaches: two half steps from above and two from below
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