BRETT GARSED LICKS PDF
Brett ventures into Larry Carlton territory with a tasteful, soul-filled blues solo over Brett Garsed pulls out his most soulful licks this issue. In the first of a three-parter, Dario Cortese meets up with Australian guitar virtuoso Brett Garsed for hybrid picking explanation In March of this year I had to. BRETT GARSED INTERVIEW Ive tried to copy a few of your licks and you have an amazing way of changing directions when your playing legato lines.
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Brett Garsed > Lessons > Non-pattern Pentatonics
I don’t try to sound different from other people and my influences are obvious. Two octave A major played with ring and pinky only. Did you ever get into the 8 fingered technique. This eventually led him to the music of Allan Holdsworth, which in turn exposed him to more fusion oriented artists such as Larry Carlton and Scott Henderson.
GT Brett Garsed Masterclass 2. I pretty much play that guitar constantly. This is the last lick of our transcription and Brett plays some outside line again around G m arpeggio and then a long phrase in septuplets featuring F 7 and Emaj7 arpeggios.
After a few months he acquired the basic slide technique so he decided to go back to standard tuning and see what he could get out of it. That will come with time but focus on control and also try and apply it to some licks or ideas so you can start to incorporate the concept into your playing. It would have been really difficult to start in standard tuning and work around the limitations associated with it so when I started with the open tuning I was able to develop facilities and control.
During the Masterclass Brett pointed out that playing slide he always a little compromise: This bar features another Sonny Landreth technique: Brett starts the solo using 6th from the Bret Mixolydian scale.
In the second of a three-parter, Dario Cortese meets up with Australian guitar virtuoso Brett Garsed for some slide explanation…. What guitars have you used and what is the tuition video future for you and us?
MARK There are so many sofware amps, some amazing hardware Amp modellers and FxYou can endorse any single pedal multi fx or gadgets that are available is there anything that has really made you think I like this? MARK Is their anything comming up that your fans can look forwrd to like albums or stuff? Home Lessons Non-pattern Pentatonics. Rarely happens for me I’m afraid but on the odd occasion that it does, it’s one of the greatest feelings in the world.
A short lick using the idea shown in FIG 1.
Exercise 3 begins with an Am7 arpeggio, which is perfect to use with pentatonic scales. That way you’ll be able to play your ideas without being limited to any one particular part of the fretboard. I could do 10 articles on this concept and still not cover everything, so I’ll leave the rest up to you. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Again those bars feature some of his trademark licks: In these bars you can see how Brett controls the open strings especially on the first frets.
He also has produced an instructional DVD beett a solo album, released in In these couple of bars you can see how naturally Brett incorporates fretted notes into the slide playing.
Brett Garsed Masterclass 1 | Dario Cortese
I went to Russia last year and Romania this year so I’m still traveling. Transcribe them by all means but rather than just repeating what you’ve transcribed, try to analyze the notes and understand the formulas they’re applying and try to incorporate that into your own concepts.
This is a great example of melodic pattern: MARK Could you give our guys an insite into how you would go about writing and composing?
He plays in standard tuning but he developed a technique that let him play all the trademarks slide licks in this way he has to carry one guitar instead of two with different tunings or action. Muting is a very personal subject so you may have to experiment using either the palm of your picking hand, individual fingers of your picking hand to mute strings while you use your pick or the index finger of your fretting hand.
Brett plays the D Mixolydian mode to bertt his basic picking hand approach. To perform those intervals in the way Brett does you would need to use the slide on the second finger and get used to play diagonally. This is the climax of the solo and the consequently ending.
Tone setting and string muting advice also please. Record yourself in headphones as that will expose the smallest noise and if you can get rid of that then you’ll sound great while playing live.