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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Nov 1, 7. It is easy going, teaches you directly, and has high standards for its production. The time now is I wish Kirk would do more sales. He and other knowledgeable guitarists will answer any questions you might have. It is a tad on the pricey side, but if I had to recommend two products for an intermediate type player to benefit from, one would be the Plane Talk system, and the other would be Matt Smith’s book, “Chop Shop”.
The video itself is very high quality as is the sound.
Join the HC Newsletter. Anyway, there is no secret information contained in his stuff that you can’t find for free online. I’ve been stuck at a minor Pentatonic plateau for years, trying to break through the Blues box shapes that have guided and limited plzne playing since the mid 60s.
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I feel like I can throw my hand anywhere on the fretboard and find a relevant note at any time. Log in or Sign up. Oct 25, 2.
Log in or Sign up. Unfortunately, the band I’m currently in has a tremendous lead guitarist, so I’m just the rythym player who occasionally gets a “break” and then fumbles his way through a few lame pentatonic licks before being rescued and bailed out by the “leadist”. Because I do not want to be known as just a first position player.
Dritten try plne time, what you learn and work out doing it on the Griffbrett. It’s stuff every guitarist should know anyway.
Take care all, Mike. Is this the right time to try PlaneTalk or should I work on more fundamentals first?
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Email required Address never made public. Frankenstrat2Mar 6, Personally, I logange thru by playing the caged system. Is it the value? A special thank you to the ‘new’ guys that helping out. No light bulbs went off as I began reading PlaneTalk – it was more like the 4th of July with each successive page!!!
Kirk Lorange’s PlaneTalk – incredible!
When I die, assuming I might, I want to make sure that one thing does not happen. While he this shows it used a fantastic three-way split-screen method, which shows slide placement, the left and right hand all at the same time.
Your name or lorznge address: It’s a fundamental way to look at music as it is tak out the fretboard, which reveals everything you ever needed or wanted to know as a player, at any given musical moment.
I played slide on my resonator in almost standard tuning, very left-field apparently.
His easy going manner and camera persona make these DVDs just like having a personal lesson, albeit one you can pause and rewind at will.
It sounds confusing, but it’s not.
I’ll probably check out Plane Talk when I get some cash, I’m not neccesarily denying that it’s not a valid method, only that how to learn the fretboard really seems a subjective experience, since other well loved books like the Guitar Fretboard Workbook and Fretboard Roadmaps do nothing for me. The ad uses a ‘ new, easy, different ‘ approach plans I’m a little leary of it. It’s a bit hard to explain without revealing things, and that wouldn’t be fair to Kirk.
If the method is great than discussing it should sell more books.
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I bought the Plane Talk package a few years ago and I’m not sorry I did. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Kirk has a few things up on Youtube that are well worth hunting down, he is a good teacher. Seeing and hearing what Kirk teaches in PlaneTalk is a powerful reinforcement to tal, concepts learned from that book.