I recently read a review about Plane Talk by Kirk Lorange. The book teaches you a trick about how to visualize the fretboard to make. Kirk also has several of his own sites/forums and is also author of the amazing PlaneTalk book. This is a great DVD for beginner slide players, or for those who. For those of you who get lost on the fretboard while trying to improv, you need to check out Plane Talk by Kirk Lorange. His method is so simple.

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Featured on Guitar Noise. I did check out the website and signed up and and ordered it tonight. You can play wherever you want to play. This stuff is for advanced players. I’m hoping for more input on this system. Originally Posted by Backslider Books are a little old fashioned in my opinion.

I found out about this book accidentally last week, while reading a thread about slide playing. Well we all shine on–like the moon and the stars and the sun.

Du will thank me. He says, don’t think scales but melody Instead, he goes for much smaller “chunks” – triads, and then builds up his stuff from that.

Create a free website or blog at WordPress. It’s the simplest system IMHO to understand the musical layout of the fretboard, so that no matter what key you’re in, or what chord is playing, you’re never lost. Someone mentioned Kirk’s Slide book, which I also bought, and which is also fantastic. Just to show you how far he will go to teach, he plays for the guitar on her knees at a right angle to normal just to the right angle for demonstration.


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Oirk try try time, what you learn and work out doing it on lornge Griffbrett. Originally Posted by LarryKu Larry PlainTalk is geared towards teaching you how to improvise over chord progressions using the chord tones from each chord in the progression. Sometimes, a new perspective on well-travelled material might be just the thing one needs to re-ignite those “creative fires”.

I won’t get into a debate about the cost of the PT materials vs.

I like Fretboard Logic, because I don’t feel like it requires the memorization of countless scales and chord shapes. Thanks Macaroni, That’s enough for me to try it.

I feel like I can throw my hand anywhere on the fretboard and find a relevant note at any time. Frankenstrat2Mar 5, Agreed, it is very helpful in providing an extremely simple system for playing through chord changes that will be very helpful to anybody “stuck in the boxes” or basic scalar patterns I’ve spent a ton of cash on books, magazines etc. Lorannge a bit hard to explain without revealing things, and that wouldn’t be fair to Kirk. Here is a video by Keith Wyatt that demonstrates lorangd similar approach of using chord tones to halk.


His method is so simple, but that’s the beauty in it. BigDaddyLHOct 25, This is a great DVD for beginner slide players, or for those who are trying to move from the more common open tuning to Dropped D or standard. Oct 25, 4.

PlaneTalk by Kirk Lorange

And if you liked this lesson, sign up for the Guitar Noise newsletter. Imagine if the person who discovered pi told everyone that they had to buy his book before he’d tell them how to figure it out. You are commenting using your WordPress.

You can play where you want to play. Now I’m learning to move the boxes up and down depending on the key. Well, I’ve been a strummer for years and have only gotten really serious about learning in the past year, so I’m not sure where I fit in. Feb 28, One of the problems with CAGED is that people tend to stay the pattern or you have memorized two and remain within these fields.