Trevor Gordon Hall

Trevor Gordon Hall

Trevor Gordon is a Guitar instructor at JamPlay.com

Rated one of the top 30 guitarists in the world under 30 years of age by Acoustic Guitar magazine, Trevor is an instrumentalist from Philadelphia USA whose style ranges from edgy driving rhythms to delicate melodic themes. Exploring the guitar’s full creative potential, his blending of sounds weave together textures into grand yet intimate and lyrical compositions. While leaving no physical aspect of the guitar untouched, Trevor navigates audiences through an igniting exp... (more)

Trevor Gordon currently offers 99 guitar lessons at JamPlay, with 99 intermediate lessons.

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Fingerstyle

Crafting Fingerstyle Melodies

Fingerstyle guitar is a broad term that can incorporate percussive elements of playing as well as Chet Atkins/Jerry Reed amazing flurry of notes approach and so much more in between. What the percussive traditions open up are ways of viewing harmonics and various sounds incorporating the full guitar into playing, and the Chet Atkins/Jerry Reed style open up ways of finger patterns and stringing together open strings to build speed and assemble blazing lines mimicking banjo rolls and more. This course is meant to navigate through gems found on both sides of the tradition shining light on how to use those ideas for opening up more ways to polish and enhance melodic playing.

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Crafting Fingerstyle Melodies: Series Introduction

Fingerstyle guitar is a broad term that can incorporate percussive elements of playing as well as Chet Atkins/Jerry Reed amazing flurry of notes approach and so much more in between. This course is meant to navigate through gems found on both sides of the tradition, shining light on how to use those ideas to polish and enhance melodic playing. By fully embracing the idea that there are multiple ways to play a single note, this course hopes to tie the fretboard together and deepen exploration of all the colorful melodic potential the guitar has to offer.

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Proper Placement

We are working towards polishing and crafting melody in this course. This can be difficult to develop without looking at possible inefficiencies in how we are holding our arms, hands, and guitar. In this lesson we will talk through how to use the natural movements of arms, hands, wrist and fingers to our advantage. This will allow us to start from a neutral position and help ensure we are not fighting against our own limbs with unnecessary tension when playing.

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Building Finger Intuition

Working towards how to really craft melody we will focus on using good right hand technique while switching left hand chords. This is important to gain comfort with because as we move on to other left hand fretboard changes, the right hand should develop an auto-pilot stable technique.

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Crossing Strings

Melody is our goal. Playing it well and with color. In this lesson we will focus on a very important technique to help cross strings with ease and confidence. Melody requires one note after another regardless of where you play it so crossing strings with precision can make or break the flow.

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Course Overture Exercises Pt 1

This batch of exercises serves as a sort of overture for what the rest of this course will cover. Each exercise will start with a D chord and add on a different ending. Each ending will highlight a specific idea that we will explore in more detail as we work towards crafting a melody. They will start fairly simply and work up in complexity.

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Course Overture Exercise Pt 2

Let's expand the second half of each exercise with more movement in the left hand. It’s important to keep notes ringing as long as possible. We will cover how to use these exercises to start thinking about independent notes not just chord blocks.

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String Crossing Arpeggios

Now, we will talk about how to pivot over strings with thumb while crossing as well as a moveable shape you can use anywhere on the fretboard. The pattern will always play one note per string string until you get to the high E and then turn around and go back down.

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Arpeggio Chord Shapes

In this lesson, we will take the same right hand finger patterns and change up the left hand. If we have a major pattern, a minor pattern, a dominant, and an inversion of major, we can play almost any progression using arpeggios. We will start with these and then move them around the fretboard.

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Connecting Arpeggio Chords

Working towards melody will require good understanding of various chords in arpeggio form. We are working up to a full etude that will hop all around the fretboard while still maintaining same patterns we have been discussing.

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Moving Arpeggio Chords: A Major - F# Minor

Now we'll be expanding on more changes with the same shapes while building to our Etude. We will start with our now familiar Major 9 pattern and move into placing the minor 9 pattern on low part of the neck. This will require some stretching, so remember to always analyze thumb position. Pay attention to not just the finger sequence but the overall shape.

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Moving Arpeggio Chords: A Major - F# Dominant

Let's expand again! On to the A Major and F# Dominant shapes.

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Moving Arpeggio Chords: D Major - B Dominant

"Hopefully now you're starting to get the hang of this! Let's look at the D Major - B Dominant shapes in this lesson. It’s important to remember you want to be able to play each arpeggio starting from any point in the shape. "

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Moving Arpeggio Chords: F - E Dominant

We want to continue our goal being comfortable with every shape we have learned on different parts of the neck. This lesson will highlight putting some of these shapes in open position, as well as deepening more practice of other positions.

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Moving Arpeggio Chords: D - A 1st Inversion

Now on to Dmajor to A First Inversion. Be sure to play each exercise and listen for the sound color of each. What do these sounds make you think of? What mental image or mood or feeling? These can better help you remember them and then apply when you need that color or mood in your own playing or composing.

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Moving Arpeggio Chords: D - A 1st Inv. Bm - A 1st Inv.

Let's move on to the last shapes in this section: D - A First Inversion - Bm-A First Inversion.

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Creating Apreggio Progressions Etude

Now let’s put all of those shapes together in a progression. You can see how much mileage you can get out of one right hand crossing string picking pattern.

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Understanding Open Strings

Using open strings can sometimes be a confusing proposition. Normally when we ascend in pitch we go up fretboard OR to higher strings but now when using open strings sometimes you have to go to a higher string for a lower pitch, or a lower string for a higher pitch. Let your ear guide you and fingers will follow!

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Banjo Roll Technique

Now we will take the same right hand patterns we've been working on with a few minor tweaks, and add in some open strings. This will change the way we approach playing scales and melodies. Go slowly and be careful to follow the right hand fingerings as we seek to emulate the picking patterns of a banjo.

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Rethinking Melody to Include Open Strings

The concept of utilizing the open strings we have available will be very important in your fingerstyle journey, so make sure you go slow and learn this new way of thinking. Open strings throw a lot of confusion into our normal scale pattern thinking but as we build you will see how important this is for crafting our melodies. Enjoy those ringing strings!

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Traids and Open Strings Etude

Now that we have some open string ideas let’s shift to some arpeggio triad shapes incorporating what we have covered so far. Each small chunk of this etude can be seen as its own exercise so have fun breaking it down or playing it altogether. This one gets the fingers cooking so expect a workout burn as you play it.

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Adding Harmonics and Open Strings Pt 1

Let's put all of this together with harmonics not just being used for color but for sustaining melody notes similar to a piano sustain pedal. This frees us up to really extend sustaining life of the melody and gives us freedom for color and expression

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Adding Harmonics and Open Strings Pt 2

In part two, be sure to practice getting clean right hand and left hand harmonics. Go only as fast as you can play evenly in tempo making sure you don’t memorize gaps between the notes and the harmonics.

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Arpeggios with Open Strings and Harmonics

Remember, this course is all about finding different ways to play a note. In this lesson, we look at some arpeggio shapes, but look to use our open strings and harmonics to accomplish the goal of the course.

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Coloring in a Melody

Coloring a melody can be a multi faceted task on the guitar. We can use harmonics, open strings and fretted notes. Here we look at some ways to affect a melody and get some of these concepts under our fingers.

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Triad Melody Etude Pt 1

Let's now take a look at the Triad Melody Etude. This etude incorporates chord movements, open strings and harmonics - all things we have been working on!

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Triad Melody Etude Pt 2

In this lesson, we will finish up learning the Triad Melody Etude. Be sure to take each section slowly and spend plenty of time with it, and you will have it down before you know it!

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Modulating Melody Etude - Part 1

This etude will fully explore what we have been discussing. It modulates keys a few times while still using harmonics, open strings and thinking melodically.

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Modulating Melody Etude - Part 2

Now, the next section of the Modulating Melody Etude.

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Modulating Melody Etude - Part 3

Now we come to the last part of the Modulating Melody Etude. Try playing each section together slowly and make sure to let harmonics ring out as long as possible. Sometimes this requires being extra careful with left hand when switching to new chords not to stop the string from resonating. Let you ear guide you.

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Taking Care of Your Hands

Playing fingerstyle can put a lot of demands on your hands and arms. Being able to take proper care of yourself is a must! In this lesson, Trevor shows us some of his go to exercises and tools for keeping his hands in the best possible shape.

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Nail Care

Trevor is always asked about his nails! In this lesson, he gives a comprehensive, step by step tutorial of exactly what his regimen is regarding his nails. A must see for any fingerstyle player!

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Structured Spontaneity

“Inspiration is for Amateurs..The rest of us just show up and get to work”... In other words, don't simply wait for inspiration to strike, instead put the work it and it will come! Learning how to practice can be just as challenging as what you are actually practicing. Here, Trevor gives us a detailed look into his practice routine that he has spend years refining!

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The Meeting at the Window - Song Lesson, Part 1

In this lesson, Trevor takes us through his song, "The Meeting at the Window". The lesson begins with a complete playthrough, followed by an in depth teaching of the first section of the song.

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The Meeting at the Window - Song Lesson, Part 2

Now, the middle section of Trevor's song, "The Meeting at the Window".

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The Meeting at the Window - Song Lesson, Part 3

Trevor wraps up the teaching of his song, "The Meeting at the Window".

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That Old Familiar Pain - Song Lesson, Part 1

Now we get to take an in depth look at Trevor's beautiful song, "That Old Familiar Pain". Trevor will go through the piece step by step. This this first part, we get a complete playthrough, followed by the teaching of the first section of the song. Enjoy!

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That Old Familiar Pain - Song Lesson, Part 2

Trevor teaches us the middle section of his song "That Old Familiar Pain".

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That Old Familiar Pain - Song Lesson, Part 3

Trevor wraps us his song "That Old Familiar Pain" by teaching us the last section of the songs, which includes a little bit of percussion!

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Theory and Improvisation

Building Colorful Chords

This course will give a ground up approach to chords from the guitarists perspective so that any player can bring new color options and understanding to their own playing beyond the “RULES”. Trevor will provide plenty of shapes and etudes to develop your ear training as well, so you can start to connect the dots between what chords you hear your favorites artists playing and where they are located on the fretboard.

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Building Colorful Chords Introduction

Have you ever wanted to get outside of your standard cowboy and barre chords? Are you left wanting without a mix of color and panache from your voicings? In Building Colorful Chords, Trevor dissects chord construction and offers up the technique and wisdom to take your chordal playing to the next level!

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Fretboard Notes

Knowing the names of the notes on your fretboard is a key component to learning how to build chords. From open strings to knowing every note on your guitar, Trevor shares a simple and effective way to memorize all the notes so that they'll literally be at your fingertips when you need them!

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Foundation of Scales and Intervals

We continue refreshing our basic knowledge in this lesson. Trevor reviews the foundations of scales and intervals, starting with the chromatic scale (the basis for everything), then on to the major scale where we discuss what each degree of the scale represents.

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Understanding Triads and Keys

Stacking intervals, also known as triads, are the foundation of how chords are put together. In this lesson, Trevor demonstrates triads in the key of G with some easy to remember patterns that will help you immensely in your chord playing journey.

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Aria Etude Progression in Triads

Now it's time to put what we've learned so far into practice. Trevor teaches us an etude that will help solidify our foundational chord concepts.

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Understanding Vertical Inversions

Let's talk about inversions. Inversions are basically rearranging the notes of your triads. Trevor will cover root position, 1st inversion and 2nd inversion.

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Vertical Triad Inversion Chords Etude

This lesson features an etude that will help you get a good grasp of your vertical inversions. Being able to switch between these inversion around the neck will serve you well when playing your songs or putting your own spin on someone else's songs!

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Adding Extensions for Color

Adding extensions is the next piece of the colorful chords puzzle. Trevor starts by adding 6ths and 7ths.

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Adding Extra Extensions

In this lesson, Trevor explains the meaning of higher numbered extensions like 9's 11's and 13's, and why they give us the sounds that they do.

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Spicing Up Familiar Chords

Sometimes colorful chords can be as simple as tweaking chords that you are already familiar with. In this lesson, Trevor will talk about introducing certain intervals, building tension and even some tips to get that pinky working!

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Incorporating Open Strings

One way to open up the sound of standard tuning is to incorporate open strings whenever possible. Trevor gives us some examples of adding in these open strings that definitely add a unique color to our sound.

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Major 7 Chord Inversions (Bottom Up)

Now that we've explored more four note chords, lets revisit the inversion topic. Trevor goes over how to build your four note major 7th inversions from the bottom up.

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Dominant 7 Chord Inversions (Bottom UP)

Let's look at building our dominant 7th chord inversions from the bottom up. Taking the time to understand each note while going from chord to chord is key in getting the most out of your chords.

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Minor 7 Chord Inversions (Bottom UP)

Now we give the same treatment to our minor 7th chords. Each inversion gives a slightly different flavor to these chords that are a key part of any chord vocabulary!

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Bottom Up Inversion Combinations Etude

Get ready to stretch your fingers as Trevor revisits all of our previous bottom down inversions with an etude that will help tackle some tough chord changes within a beat. Starting with the root position shapes, he'll then progress through the second and third positions.

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Bottom Up Variation of Previous Etude

Time to shake things up and play our inversions in a different context by varying the usage and order. In this lesson,Trevor will use the chord inversions from the previous etude in the open, second, and third positions to create a unique bottom down melody."

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Major 7 Inversions (Top Down)

Many times changing a single note can have a dramatic influence on the color or timbre of a chord. Trevor now covers the Major 7th inversions from the top down, and will show us how restructuring inversions can often help make changes more fluid.

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Dominant 7 Chord Inversions (Top Down)

Let's keep the top down as Trevor now covers Dominant 7th chord inversions. He'll discuss how to make more economical changes with these unique shapes by trading a low root note for a higher equivalent root.

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Minor 7 Chord Inversions (Top Down)

Continuing with our top-down inversions, Trevor will now cover the Minor 7th inversions and how they correlate to our inversions from previous lessons.

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Top Down Etude Using Inversion Combinations

In this lesson Trevor ties everything together with a top down etude that will utilize all of our top down inversions from the previous lessons. He will start with the root position shapes, then progress through the second and third positions.

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Top Down Inversion Etude Variations

Now let's mix things up and utilize our inversions in context by varying the usage and order. Trevor will utilize open, second, and third position inversions to create a unique melody.

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Silent Night With Inversions

Sometimes the most useful tool that we can use is a familar melody. In this lesson, Trevor will combine all of our bottom up, and top down inversions that we've learned into a his own familiar melody, the holiday standard "Silent Night".

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A-String Major 7 Inversions

Let's shift our focus from the high and low E rooted inversions to inversions on the A string. Starting with the major 7, Trevor will cover how to seamlessly switch between major, minor, and dominant chords after establishing our basic shape.

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Colorful G-Major Inversions

Now we will begin exploring the inversions of our major chords, starting with G major. There are some tough reaches in here, so it might take some practice. Stick with it!

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Colorful A-Major Inversions

Now we are inverting the A chord up the neck. Trevor will teach you four inversions and combine them into an exercise.

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Colorful D-Major Inversions

It's time for D major inversions now. Some of these stretches are tough, but they are worth it! This set is very much like the D major inversions in how we work them out. Trevor combines these four inversions into an exercise for you to practice.

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Colorful C-Major Inversions

Trevor shows you four inversions of the C major chord. The first ought to be familiar, but the rest are pretty challenging!

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Colorful E-Major Inversions

Add color to your E chord next. The first inversion is a modified open E, but with a much bigger stretch! By now a few of these shapes might be familiar but we are putting a new spin on them every time. Check out these four in the exercise that Trevor has prepared.

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Etude Combining Major Colorful Inversions, Part 1

With all of these inversions under our belt, it's time to start tying them together! Trevor takes you through the first half of a big etude that will sum everything up.

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Etude Combining Major Colorful Inversions, Part 2

This is it! With this lesson, we will learn the second half of Trevor's etude and combine all of these skills into one exercise. Stick around for the practice session to really get these skills deep into your head and hands.

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Fingerstyle

30 Must Know Harmonic Fingerstyle Licks

Have you ever thought of adding various flavors or harmonics to your fingerstyle playing? Do you have the techniques down but instead missing some vocabulary? In this series Trevor Gordon Hall offers up 30 licks you can get into your playing that combine harmonics with the fingerstyle genre.

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30 Must Know Harmonic Fingerstyle Licks Introduction

Welcome to 30 Must Know Harmonic Fingerstyle Licks, created by Trevor Gordon Hall. In this lick pack series, Trevor provides 30 unique fingerstyle licks that showcase various harmonics on the guitar.

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Natural Harmonic Melody

The first lick in this pack is a natural harmonic melody using the 5th, 7th and 12th fret harmonics.

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Chime-like Natural Harmonics

In this lick, you'll combine the 5th and 7th fret harmonics along with regular fretted notes to create a chime-like effect.

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Pentatonics and Harmonics

Try out this harmonic fingerstyle lick that incorporates the pentatonic scale.

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Natural Harmonics with Strumming

Lick 4 is all about strumming and ringing those natural harmonics.

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Natural Harmonics and Moving Harmony

In lick 5, you'll be using harmonics as the melody and changing the harmony underneath them.

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Natural Harmonics and Moving Bass Notes

Just like the previous lick, you'll be using harmonics to set the stage, but this time you'll be moving a bass line with them.

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Filling the Space with Harmonics

In lick 7, you'll use harmonics to fill space that is otherwise empty. You'll be utilizing artificial harmonics on this one.

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Artificial Harmonics Beyond the C

Using artificial harmonics, you'll be outlining the C major scale and also utilizing hammer-ons and pull-offs.

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E-Minor Slap Harmonics

In lick 9 you'll be using the slap harmonic technique in the key of E minor.

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Slapping Individual Notes

Much like the last lick, you'll be using the slap harmonic technique here. However, you'll be targeting single notes this time.

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Outlining Chords with Harmonics

Lick 11 will use artificial harmonics to outline chords and create a lick.

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Pentatonics and Artificial Harmonics

Lets take another look at using harmonics with pentatonics. In this lick, you'll be utilizing artifical harmonics with the pentatonic scale.

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Outlining a Chord Progression with Artificial Harmonics

Just like we've outlined a chord using artificial harmonics, we're now going to outline an entire progression!

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Combining Pull-offs and Harmonics

Lets get a bit more complicated! In this lick you'll be using harmonics along with the pull-off technique.

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12th and 19th Fret Over a Static Chord

This lick will use a single chord and the harmonics at the 12 and 19th frets.

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Outlining a Minor Progression

With a nod to lick 11, we again look at outlining a progression with harmonics. This time it's a minor progression.

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Mixing Fretted and Harmonic Notes

In lick 17, you'll be using a mix of fretted notes and harmonics.

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Mixing Natural and Artificial Harmonics

This lick is a little more complex, mixing both artificial and natural harmonics.

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Harp-like Harmonics

This lick is all about sounding like a harp. You'll be mixing harmonics and fretted notes at the same time to create this sound.

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Artificial and Natural Harmonics with Open Strings

We're getting a bit more complex now by adding artificial and natural harmonics, with open ringing strings.

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Trickle Down Harmonics

Using harmonics, fretted notes and pull-offs, you'll create a trickling type sound in this lick.

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Pulling Off to a Harmonic

Here's a neat trick built into a lick. You'll be performing a pull-off to a harmonic.

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Strumming Harmonics

Here's another great lick that includes strums to create harmonics.

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Outlining A Traditional Melody

This lick takes a traditional melody and outlines it using harmonics.

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Bridging the Gaps with Harmonics

In this lick you'll be using harmonics to sustain between fretted notes.

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Accenting Chords with Harmonics

This chordal based lick will have you accenting those chords with harmonics.

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Rising and Falling Harmonics

This lick will use fretted notes and 12th fret harmonics to create a melody.

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Shifting Harmonic Passage

This lick uses the low fretted notes with 19th fret harmonics to create a sonic spread in the melody.

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Cascading Across the Fretboard

This lick will have you playing harmonics across the fretboard.

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Modulating Harmonic Lick

This lick modulates keys with ringing harmonics at the 19th fret.

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