Modal Rock Soloing

Guitar Lab – A Quantum Leap in Learning

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Modal Rock Soloing, a refreshingly clear and accessible presentation of modal harmony and how to apply modes in your soloing and improvisations.
Hosted by Jon Finn, who joined the guitar faculty at Berklee College of Music in Boston in 1988 and has released 3 albums with the Jon Finn Group.

Modal Rock Soloing

What is the most frequently asked question fielded by guitar teachers? Survey says... “What scale do I use?” There are hundreds of correct answers to that simple question. Some of those correct answers are also simple while some require a degree in higher math and rocket science to understand. Our mission as music students is to find the correct answers that click in our head and then proceed with our studies accordingly.

Ultimately though, a proficient improviser is NEVER thinking about scales or modes when they are playing. An accomplished musician is playing by a creative intuition that is fueled by that knowledge but certainly not driven by that knowledge. Meanwhile, what scale do we use...?

Jon Finn will not only answer that question in a simple and very illuminating way, he’ll also guide your own creative intuition skills with a technique he calls “Ear/Hand Coordination.” It’s all here in Modal Rock Soloing.

Guitar Lab’s innovative learning systems employ a hands-on approach where students “play” their way through the curriculum using learning tools such as PIP video, practice rhythm tracks, and interactive tab and notation, which allows the student to play along with the tab and notation, at any tempo, without change in pitch.

Hands-On Learning Tools

  • Text Lesson Guide
  • Standard Notation
  • Guitar Tab
  • Guitar Pro Files
  • Practice Rhythm Tracks
  • Bonus Material

Secure PIN enclosed for quick and easy download of learning tools.

Running Time: 170 Minutes

 

Modal Rock Soloing, a refreshingly clear and accessible presentation of modal harmony and how to apply modes in your soloing and improvisations.
Hosted by Jon Finn, who joined the guitar faculty at Berklee College of Music in Boston in 1988 and has released 3 albums with the Jon Finn Group.

Modal Rock Soloing

What is the most frequently asked question fielded by guitar teachers? Survey says... “What scale do I use?” There are hundreds of correct answers to that simple question. Some of those correct answers are also simple while some require a degree in higher math and rocket science to understand. Our mission as music students is to find the correct answers that click in our head and then proceed with our studies accordingly.

Ultimately though, a proficient improviser is NEVER thinking about scales or modes when they are playing. An accomplished musician is playing by a creative intuition that is fueled by that knowledge but certainly not driven by that knowledge. Meanwhile, what scale do we use...?

Jon Finn will not only answer that question in a simple and very illuminating way, he’ll also guide your own creative intuition skills with a technique he calls “Ear/Hand Coordination.” It’s all here in Modal Rock Soloing.

Guitar Lab’s innovative learning systems employ a hands-on approach where students “play” their way through the curriculum using learning tools such as PIP video, practice rhythm tracks, and interactive tab and notation, which allows the student to play along with the tab and notation, at any tempo, without change in pitch.

Hands-On Learning Tools

  • Text Lesson Guide
  • Standard Notation
  • Guitar Tab
  • Guitar Pro Files
  • Practice Rhythm Tracks
  • Bonus Material

Secure PIN enclosed for quick and easy download of learning tools.

Running Time: 170 Minutes

 

System requirements

The Guitar Lab DVD Series will play on any NTSC DVD player (computer NOT required).