[Quick Tip] The "Vertical Area" constraint allows you to find all the possible drop voicings and inversions of a given chord, that fit a vertical portion of the fretboard. The "Frets Area" button allows you to determine the dimension of the vertical portion in terms of number of frets and the "Frets" buttons allows you to choose the starting fret of the portion. ... See MoreSee Less
"The Advancing Guitarist" from the great maestro Mick Goodrick is a must-have book that has influenced generations of guitarists.
Whether you are a teacher or a student, use guitarLayers to visualize automatically and quickly on the fretboard the concepts shown in the book!"The Advancing Guitarist" from the great maestro Mick Goodrick is a must-have book that has influenced generations of guitarists. Whether you are a teacher or a student, use guitarLayers to visualize automatically and quickly on the fretboard the concepts shown in the book! ... See MoreSee Less
UK Guitar Show A little message from Simon McBride, just in case you needed any more persuading to come to next weekend's #UKGuitarShow!! Come and see him at the show on the PRS Guitars stand, and performing on the main stage with Dave Marks and Jon Finnigan Drums. In his words, it should be a lot of craic! Only a few more days to get cheaper advance tickets... www.ukguitarshow.com/... See MoreSee Less
We are proud to have the Italian bass player Mario Guarini among our artists! Mario uses guitarlayers for his teaching activity and for its personal research.
Mario Guarini, bass player and doublebass player, is an italian session-man who has worked in studio and performed live for lots of artists: Claudio Baglioni, Samuele Bersani, Massimo Ranieri, Gino Paoli, Teresa De Sio, Gianni Togni, Luca Barbarossa, Alexia, Nino Buonocore, Gatto Panceri, Nada, Marco Armani, Daniele Luttazzi, Amedeo Minghi, Syria, Ornella Vanoni, Little Tony, Alessandro Haber, Alessandro Safina, Tiziana Rivale, Barbara Cola ... and many others.
Some additional colors (degrees) you can add to your pentatonic on a blues. Do not play them as a sequence, but listen from records and from the greatest players how to play and feel each of them. ... See MoreSee Less
@guitarLayers is a professional macOS guitar learning software. It allows you to visualise and manage, scales, chords and arpeggio shapes through a fully parametric control interface. To find out more, visit them at the show and check out this informative video: ... See MoreSee Less
"Whether the melody comes from the voice or whether the melody comes from some visual idea, I can always play what I want to sing, and sing what I want to play. " - Kurt Rosenwinkel ... See MoreSee Less
Exploring some interesting and easy to play shapes of one of the favorites John Coltrane's scales: the INSEN SCALE. Try to mix it with a Bb min pentatonic scale to add more color and variety to your solos 😉
Kind of magic?! [Advanced Tip] Creating very quickly and in real time a Chord-Scale tutorial by finding automatically Cma7 (#11) voicings that fit some C Lydian vertical Shapes. This is what we mean when we say "automatically, quickly and in real time" 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
Hi friends, take a look at this article and related videos about Open Major Triads and how to best arrange them in proper Strings Sets. Stay tuned for next article and give a like if it helped you somewhat! 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
Hi guys! learn more about the concept of Vertical Shapes on the guitar, how to deal with repeated notes inside them, and see how automatically obtain Vertical Shapes, also for any custom user-defined scales and arpeggios, with guitarLayers. Stay tuned for the next article 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
The Major Scale twelve Vertical Shapes by guitarLayers staff – 26/07/2018 William Leavitt in the seventies introduced the concept of Vertical Shapes, on the guitar fretboard, for scales and arpeggios. For a given scale or arpeggio we can obtain twelve shapes, one for each guitar fret. In the pictu...