In this first feature of Post-Rock Essentials, we literally get down to the roots of the style, exploring the key of C and G major over the fretboard.
This feature focuses on building 3rds through the groups of strings, which are then explored in tandem with various combinations of open strings. The lesson is beginner friendly, and also comes with fretboard diagrams to study as a companion to the video.
In this feature, we take a look at a standard progression, then proceed to infuse it with life using some colourful additions that give it that 'Nice Noise' kinda sound.
As always, Corey breaks everything down in his customary style, ensuring students are given the tools necessary to learn and practice the material covered in an efficient manner.
In this feature, we take a look at one of the most effective progressions in the Post-Rock and Ambient domain, exploring the more well known and basic shapes, as well as a variety of darker and more exotic voicings. As always, Corey breaks everything down in his customary style, ensuring students are given the tools necessary to learn and practice the material covered in an efficient manner.
Time to drop that low E string and rock out in this new feature exploring some tasty metal riffs using drop d tuning. Plenty on offer for those wanting to improve their rhythm technique with chunky 'on/off' riffs, stacked power chord ideas, melodic classic metal and groovy one string riffs. As an added bonus, you get the Hades Rain Metal Study #02 pack exploring the realm of metal rhythm in the style of King Diamond/Mercyful Fate.
Doom Metal Style explores the use of the natural minor scale within a Doom Metal context. This feature gives students a good look at how to turn one idea into many using a variety of techniques. Examples focus on harmonizing riffs, octave harmony ideas, soloing using a combination of pentatonics and natural minor scales, and fusing gothic ideas with doom riffs a la Paradise Lost.