Frank Gambale’s Chop Builder is one of the best instructional videos for the guitar. The video contains exercises in alternate picking, scales. Hi guys Has any one here ever tried out Frank Gambale’s Chop builder. Its basically a DVD, play along guitar practice routine and is a lot like. Chop Builder Round 1 Warm Up Alternate Picking – Triplets by Frank Gambale tab with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall .
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The video contains exercises in alternate picking, scales, modes, arpeggios, string fambale, sweeping and more. Using exercises from this video has improved all buidler of my playing, and I felt I should share. Frank hits the buildeg running in the video, so if you cannot play at speed, learn the exercises and play along with a metronome at a speed you are comfortable with.
If you can play the full video along with Frank, you can play almost anything.
Frank Gambale’s Chop builder – Ultimate Guitar
Cool Down Chord Voicings The video is long, but full of useful dhop. If you are looking for technical exercises to add into your practicing, I hope you find this helpful.
Even If you only practice through a few of the examples Frank provides within each round, I am sure you will see improvements. You have to admire a man confident enough to sport a tank top despite tufts of hair emanating from his shoulders. But seriously, Gambale is a freak at the instrument.
I almost can’t even watch him play because I get jealous of his perfect technique. I think a good point to make about these things is that you really need to do them a couple days in a row to appreciate the value these kinds of exercises have. You’ll see improvements after doing this whole thing once, but doing just the picking exercises for 3 days in a row will show the effect of day-to-day practice. I’ve been using buildrr for the past 6 months, and frankly, my technique has grown in leaps and bounds.
Also, if you can find the videos, another thing that I’ve been doing is slowing them down with VLC to keep up- just in case you have any trouble with his sixteenths.
Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Guitar submitted 4 years ago by br33dlove. Want to add to the discussion? Seriously though, good stuff to get your chops up. Whadda dhop to be alive! No way I can come close to keeping up! Did anyone else catch that? That mullet is so bad-ass. Is that Paul Gilbert on the left in the first one? Just what I was looking for: It has been taken down.