In this first video, we are introduced to musician Page Hamilton as well as having him play a song with his band Helmet.
In this tutorial, we learn about unusual scales and how they can be applied in a rock context.
Page talks about chords and using interesting chord voicings to make a song your own and then we are played another song by Helmet.
Next we hear about different practice techniques and the importance of adjusting your practice to your situation.
Page goes over the importance of critically listening to harmonies, melodies, and different genre's of music to become a better musican and then we are played the song "Unsung".
Here, we listen to various combinations of FX pedals and discuss using them to create movement and emotion in our music.
In this last video, Page gives his final thoughts and plays us out with one more song.
In this Hal Leonard video tutorial series, Rock guitar innovator Page Hamilton, founder of the groundbreaking hard rock band Helmet, provides detailed demonstrations of his approach to chords, scales, sounds and practicing!
Throughout the videos you’ll gain an in-depth understanding and ways to build non-traditional sonic shapes; apply unusual scales in a rock context; sound design – using effect combos for radical tonal results; and practicing – by using his “Super Chops” method to build high-level technical skills.
You also get printable PDF files featuring notated examples with tab for all chords, scales and progressions, plus bonus live performances by Helmet!
Why Users Choose Us
There are many things our users love about Groove3, but a couple always stand out at the top when asked why people choose us as their learning resource.
We meticulously craft professional quality tutorials that are thoughtful, informative and done with attention to detail. We stand behind our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee and are trusted by 1000s of users every day.
Save Time & Money
Our library brings over 1700 hours of quality instruction to you fingertips and we release new content every week. Don't waste your valuable time scouring the web for information you may never find or is cumbersome to use and potentially can't be trusted.