PROGRESSIVE GUITAR METHOD

Arenlong Longkumar

@arenlong_lkr

Arenlong Longkumer is a Guitarist/Producer hails from Nagaland, his style resonates the sound of Modern Prog Metal/Djent riffs and solo lines mashed with lush harmonies of Classic Jazz. He is well known across the country for his guitar playing skills. He has previously won several titles including best guitarist at the Hornbill International Rock Contest 2013 and the Strandberg India Guitar Contest. He draws inspiration from Guitarists such as John Petrucci, Andy Timmons, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Ritchie Kotzen etc.

 

Your course rundown

 

In this course Arenlong breaks down some of his favourite guitar techniques, Solo Lines and Arpeggios along with some examples of how they can be implemented into a song. This course is Ideal for an Intermediate to Expert level player, who aspire to get into Prog Rock/Metal Guitar. Downloadable Guitar Tabs and Jamming Track are also included.

 

What do I need to start this course?

 

All you need is an electric guitar with an amp or laptop/desktop

 

Who is this for?

 

This course is specific to intermediate or advanced level players who are looking to work on their arpeggio or picking skills – It involves playing with speed and will need you understand scales and having a good knowledge of the fretboard.

 

How to Best Navigate This Course?

 

A great way to approach this course is to watch an entire lesson, then go back and practice it at your own pace before jumping to the next.

Tabs and chord charts are shown to you, over the video which helps you visualise the material instantly.
Choose your preferred language by clicking the subtitles button on your video.

There is a “Menu” button on your top left to help you browse through the rest of your lessons. Once you complete a particular class, Press “Complete” and move ahead.

Progressive Guitar Method

1
INTRODUCTION
2
ARPEGGIOS & EMBELLISHMENTS IN A MINOR
3
HYBRID PICKING
4
PENTATONIC SCALES ACROSS THE NECK
5
ALTERNATE PICKING AND TAPPING
6
PRACTICE ROUTINES
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Enrolled: 15 students
Lectures: 6