MJS Music Publications Easy Whammy Bar Guitar DVD
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Tremolo guitar lessons for beginner and beyond.
In Easy Whammy Bar Guitar DVD, expert guitar instructor Mark John Sternal shows you how to use a whammy bar to the fullest in a 1-hour-39-minute exploration of this amazing guitar accessory. Some of the coolest sound effects in guitar history come from using a whammy bar. Many guitars come equipped, but guitar players often avoid using them, or are very limited in what they can do with their trem.
Section 1, Open String Techniques includes lessons on proper muting techniques, thunderous open string dives and more.
Continuing with an EASY approach, the tutorials in Section 2 introduces Harmonics, giving you screaming sound effects which can be applied to vibrato, climbs and dives.
Section 3 introduces Fretted Whammy Bar Techniques-From simple 1 note applications, to use of scales and chords-hammer ons and pull offs, playing in key, slides, artificial harmonics, bend techniques, sirens, hot rod/motorcycle sound effects and much more.
EASY WHAMMY BAR GUITARS
Throughout the Easy Whammy Bar Guitar DVD, Mark's main guitar is an Epiphone Futura Prophecy Custom FX equipped with a Floyd Rose, locking tremolo system. Other guitars featured include an Epiphone Casino equipped with a Bigsby, a Jimi Hendrix Signature featuring a vintage fulcrum tremolo, a Steinberger ZT3 with Trans Trem and the cover guitar, a Gibson Les Paul Axcess with a Floyd Rose tremolo and locking nut.
ABOUT THE SERIES:
The MJS Easy Guitar and Bass Guitar DVD series cover a wide range of lesson topics like scales, chords, theory, tricks and genre-specific playing styles.
- 1-hour-39-minute lessons show you how to use the tremolo and maximize the whammy effect:
- Section 1:
- Open String Techniques Proper muting techniques
- Thunderous open string dives
- Section 2:
- Harmonics”vibrato, climbs and dives
- Section 3:
- Fretted Whammy Bar Techniques
- 1-note applications
- Scales and chords Hammer ons and pull offs Playing in key
- Artificial harmonics
- Bend techniques