Creative Metromone is a quality tool that every serious musician must have. It’s a 600 bpm accurate stereo metronome with advanced rhythmic capabilities.
Carefully designed to be simple yet powerful, will make you explore your practice in imaginative ways. Learn how to practice, master the rhythm of short complex sections, use it as a simple accompaniment or even make it a compositional aid tool.
Shred Guitar MasteryLearn the best licks in the style of guitar gods like Malmsteen, Paul Gilbert, Michael Angelo, Shawn Lane and more. Jam with the metronome included, follow the practicing approach outlined in the app and enjoy the results!
Blues Guitar Soloist
Learn to play the blues in terms of harmonic color and intervals like the masters do, instead of meandering through scale patterns.
With high quality video and audio content you soon will be learning a full 12-bar-blues song, lick by lick and practicing with the included metronome or even cooler: with backing tracks!
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Posted by amparoSoft on Monday, 7 March 2016
Posted by amparoSoft on Saturday, 13 February 2016
Practice, learn, have fun, play along with the backing tracks, improvise and become the best guitar player you can be. These carefully-selected and very cool licks will help you develop your full potential, so you will be practicing to unlock all of your abilities. These are not boring exercises, they are impressive, challenging and rewarding licks that you can incorporate into your personal style as soon as possible. Even if you are not a rock guitarist you will greatly benefit from this.
For intermediate and advanced players.
Posted by amparoSoft on Wednesday, 3 February 2016
This is a new and systematic approach to sweep picking. It will focus on the right hand and its weaknesses when it comes to sweeping. I'm sure most of you have tried to learn to sweep pick at one point or another in your development as a guitarist, and there certainly are many shred players who are masters of this technique (Frank Gambale, Jason Becker, John Petrucci, Yngwie Malmsteen, Rick Graham, etc).
Ever ask another guitarist how to solo over a I-IV-V blues progression? Nine times out of ten, you'll be directed to practice a minor-pentatonic box scale. Listen carefully to great blues music, and you'll hear a secret: It's intervals, not scale patterns, that make the magic happen.