In this first video, you'll meet guitarist Greg Koch through a song and a a brief self introduction.
Next, Greg tunes his guitar and goes over using the B-Bender on his guitar.
Here Greg shows the chicken pickin' right hand technique.
In this video, learn all about nut rustling or bending the strings behind the nut to get a different type of sound.
Greg continues with more techniques involving string manipulation around the nut.
Next, Greg shows a hybrid picking technique that resembles a classic banjo roll with the fingers.
Greg explores different techiques using delay and volume.
In this video, Greg shows his approach to the Blues.
Greg dives into some of the more unconventional guitar techniques and sounds.
In this last video, we hear Greg's final thoughts and are played out with one more song.
In this Hal Leonard video tutorial series, a feast for the fingers awaits, served up by the master of guitar histrionics! The inimitable Greg Koch discusses and demonstrates his twisted but tasty take on the guitar in gory detail.
The course includes full-band demos of select Koch tunes, and lessons on the techniques therein: “Zoinks” – The B-Bender, “Spank It” – Chicken Pickin' Fricassee, “Torn Asunder” – Behind-the-Nut String Rustling, “Death of a Bassman” – Hybrid Picking Wrongdoing, “Tonus Diabolicus” – Fun with Delays and “The Devil's Interval”, “Chief's Blues” – Blues Playing and Giving.
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