C O N T E N T S
Twelve 2 1/2 hour modules on the art of Fusion Flamenco:
UNDERSTAND CHORDS & SCALES COMPLETELY
Welcome to this first week of your Fusion Flamenco journey. This week we are going to lay out a foundation for the rest of the program.
It's all about the relationship between chords and scales. This might seem like a dull subject but what this knowledge enables you to do is quite fantastic.
End confusion about what goes on in any chord progression. Get the certainty and self confidence that comes from knowing your stuff.
THE MAGIC OF PLAYING BY EAR
Building melodies on the spot is one of the most enjoyable playing experiences you can have. This week I am going to show you a practice rutine that might change the way you think about soloing completely.
Through simple enjoyable exercises you learn to always hit the right notes when you solo. Without thinking about theory or arpeggios.
SCALE MASTERY IN WEEKS
If you keep asking the same question over and over again expecting to find an answer - then eventually you will find what you are looking for.
The strategy I am going to share with you this week will enable you learn scale so fast it's going to make you appear incredibly talented.
This method is the result of asking the same question over and over again for months. Put it into daily action and you will not beleive how fast you can learn to master 6 scales.
EASY BUT POWERFUL ARPEGGIO SYSTEM
This week you will discover an easy way to create arpeggio shapes using the Fretboard Freedom system.
In a few weeks of intense focus you can learn to identify any triad arpeggio within anyone of the minor scales.
When you master this system, and the ear training method from last week, you will have the absolute power to create amazing melodic lines on the spot . and hit the right notes every single time.
PLAYING WITH EMOTION
You can learn to play with emotion, just as you can learn to express emotion through words and body language.
When you do the simple exercises of this week, you will very quickly develop an effective ability to move people when you play.
We listen to music because it changes our emotions. Becoming a master of this skill is not something extra, it's essential to your playing.
FIFTY PERCENT OF YOUR PLAYING SKILLS
Rhythm is very often the weakest link in the chain of skills that make up our guitar playing ability.
When you learn to play the drums, rhythm is all you focus on. But every musician must be as skilled as the drummer in this area.
When hitting every beat and playing any rhythm comes easy to you, the rest of your skills comes alive in a totally new way.
THE 4 LEVELS OF SKILL
Soloing can be a frustrating experience: You have all the tools and you have been practicing them vigorously. But when you try to use your tools for soloing, they fail to deliever. - Something is missing.
This week you will learn to identify where you are on your path to soloing mastery, and what to do to specifically, to get to the next level.
BUILDING RIGHT HAND SKILLS
In week 6 we looked into the system of creating and playing rhythms. This week we are going to look into the techniques that you can use to develop your strumming patterns.
These techniques will add spice and flavor to your rhythm playing and when you use the exercises I designed for myself, you will develop the ability to create your own unique rhythms.
A SKILL THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR SOUND
Few things will influence your sound more than learning to use all available pentatonic scale when you improvise. You can use them as spice or make them your fundamental tool.
This week you are going to get a system of learning and using pentatonics in a relaxed and intuitive way. Follow the process and listen for the changes in your playing.
DEVELOPING SPEED PICKING SKILLS
Playing fast is an integral part of the Flamenco style. Speed expresses passion, enthusiasm and even anger.
Learning to play fast on an acoustic does take some time - but you can get there many times faster if you focus on a core that really works.
This week I will show you a simple approach to developing the ability to play fast runs and licks.
BECOME A ONE MAN BAND
The guitar has so many advantages over a piano (In my perspective) but the piano rules in one important area: Playing chords and melody at the same time.
But with a little ingenuity we can learn to harmonise any melody using bass lines and chords - and we can learn to play both simultaneously.
This week I will give you the simple method I use to do this. It's simple and straight forward and you can use it today.
CREATE AMAZING OPEN CHORD PROGRESSIONS
Open chords are yet another feature of the guitar that we can use to our advantage. A chord progression with only open chords will sound fuller, more interesting and exiting.
This week you are going to learn how to create open chord progressions fast - and the method doesn't really require any practice. It will enable you to create very convincing foundations for great tunes.
500 open chords encyclopedia included.
- Tabs & charts for everything explained in the program
- 500 open chords encyclopedia
N A V I G A T I O N & D O W N L O A D
YOU WILL RECEIVE ONE VIDEO FILE PER LESSON. IN THE MANUAL YOU WILL FIND A DETAILED INDEX OF VIDEO TIME CODES AND THEIR CORRESPONDING TABS. THIS ENABLES YOU TO QUICKLY NAVIGATE FROM ONE PART OF THE PROGRAM TO ANOTHER.
THE VIDEOS ARE IN MP4 FORMAT WHICH IS SUPPORTED BY ALMOST EVERY MEDIA PLAYER ON THE MARKET, INCLUDING WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER AND QUICK TIME. ALL DOCUMENTS ARE IN PDF FORMAT UNLESS IT SAYS ANYTHING DIFFERENT UNDER DESCRIPTION. ALL JAM TRACKS ARE IN MP4 FORMAT.
D E T A I L S
D E S C R I P T I O N
SEVEN MASTERY AUDIO & VIDEO SESSIONS
This part of the program will give you seven key insights that will boost your practice sessions and give you the progress you long for.
Mastery Strategy One
Avoid the number one trap
THIS BELIEF COULD KILL YOUR PROGRESS
Because of how your brain process reality, you most likely live with a hidden idea that you probably can't become incredibly skilled.
This might just be an idea in the back of your mind, but the second you run into problems or challenges in your development, this idea turns into a very destructive belief.
The key skill of making decisions
THE SKILL THAT CREATES ALL OTHER SKILLS
Building incredible guitar skills is not harder than one year of college. If you practiced 6 to 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for a year - you would have a hard time not developing amazing skills.
But we're not in college and there's no one is making sure that you show up for guitar practice. Quitting is always easier than going for it every day.
The most common barrier
THE DESTROYER OF DREAMS
Protecting yourself against disappointment and the judgement of others can put an end to your progress.
Doing something out of the ordinary requires us to step out into the unknown and commit to something with no guarantee of success.
Conquer the challenge
MOTIVATION & PERSISTENCE
Motivation isn't something that just happens to us. Neither is persistence. They occur when other things are in place. Things that we can control or at least influence.
In this video you will learn how to stay motivated through the inevitable ups and downs of reaching for the skill level you want.
The Power Of Indirect Effort
A SIMPLE SHIFT IN THINKING
When you use the 5th strategy you change how you think about your development completely.
The result is faster progress, more intelligent and effective evaluations and you having a lot more fun in the process.
This strategy will give you an entirely new focus and the results will follow automatically.
Mastery Strategy Six
Know What You Want
THE GOAL THAT DRIVES YOU
Do you have a goal or a dream? The dream is nice, but the goal is what will make a difference.
Creating your goal and a plan that will get you there - can mean more to your progress than any other single thing.
In this session I will give you my most important insights on setting and achieving your goal.
Mastery Strategy Seven
The Truth About Time
THE LIE WE COME TO BELIEVE
We often hear stories about how great guitar players practiced multiple hours a day for years and years.
But the truth is that, no one is passionate about practicing all the time. The drive to practice comes and goes like anything else.
But if we expect it to be there all the time, we get frustrated with ourselves and develop negative feelings towards guitar playing.
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