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Kris Norris kicks off the JamPlay.com Artist Series with a wide array of ideas and lessons; from changing strings on a floyd rose, to advanced sweeping / legato techniques and soloing applications.
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Kris Norris kicks off the JamPlay.com Artist Series, covering a broad range of topics and teaching ideas.
Kris Norris demonstrates how to install new strings on a guitar equipped with a Floyd Rose tremolo system.
Kris Norris shows you his favorite warm-up exercises. These exercises will prepare you to play the guitar from a physical and mental standpoint.
Kris covers chromatic and scale pattern exercises. Also, he explains some variations on these exercise and provides you with the knowledge to create your own variations. Now you don't have any excuse for getting bored!
Kris shows you the in's and out's of legato playing. These examples will benefit beginners and and advanced players alike. The patterns Kris uses in this lesson are based on the examples shown in "Scalar Exercises: Right and Left Hand Synchronization".
Kris covers right hand techniques such as palm muting, tremolo, palm muted string skipping, and upstroke accents.
Kris covers the right and left hand components of sweep picking separately. Then, he shows you how to synchronize the two. Three string arpeggios and five string arpeggios with hammer-ons are both included in the lesson. Kris includes a short, original etude at the end of the lesson that puts all of these concepts in play.
Kris presents excerpts from his song "Remaining Foolish" from <i> Icons of the Illogical</i>. He explains the arpeggio patterns used in various parts of the song and also talks about alternate picked arpeggios. At the end, he delves into a little of the theory behind these examples.
Kris uses Pachelbel's "Canon In D" as a way to practice arpeggio sweeps. He shows how to sweep and alternate pick arpeggios.
This lesson is about the concept of counterpoint and harmony. Kris explores contrapuntal examples from his song "A Shift In Normalcy" off of his solo record <i>Icons of the Illogical</i>.
Kris analyzes different pick sizes and their effect on his playing. Using a slow motion camera, he is able to point out the differences in pick thickness.
Kris Norris explains how to play a Joe Satriani inspired tapping etude.
Kris Norris takes a look at 8 string guitars and their possibilities. He demonstrates the versatility of an 8 string with jazz and metal applications. Kris also performs a short improv jam at the end.
Kris teaches neoclassical examples from three of his favorite guitar players.
Kris displays some adventurous ways to use chicken pickin' in a rock and metal environment.
Kris teaches arpeggio examples that use notes outside of a scale. He also demonstrates an example using the Chinese scale.
Kris shows you how to connect the patterns of a G major scale together.
This is the first lesson in the "Mastering Modes" mini series. Here Kris explains the fundamentals of scale basics.
In this lesson, Kris explains the history behind the modes and then explains the Ionian mode.
In this lesson, Kris covers the Dorian mode, which is the second mode of the major scale.
Kris explains the basics of the Phrygian mode, which is a minor sounding mode of the major scale.
In this installment of the "Mastering Modes" mini-series, Kris covers the Lydian mode. This is the fourth mode of the major scale.
Kris explains the basics of the Mixolydian mode, which is a major sounding mode of the major scale.
Kris explains Aeolian, which is the 6th mode of the major scale. This is also known as the natural minor scale.
Kris covers the Locrian mode, which is the 7th mode of the major scale.
Aaron Miller sits down with Kris in the JamPlay studio to discuss songwriting techniques.
Kris Norris and Aaron Miller are back to finish up what they started. Get ready for more songwriting, playing tips, and inside information. Enjoy
Kris shows how some drum rudiments can be used to make exercises for your right hand.
Kris teaches how to use sliding techniques with arpeggios. He uses an example in the Lydian mode and also plays over a backing.
Kris teaches exercises focused on getting the left hand fingers to be more independent.
Kris explains root triad arpeggios and their first and second inversions.
This lesson focuses on sweep picking major, minor, and diminished triad arpeggios chromatically.
Kris shows you how inversions can be used to create smooth voice leading within a progression.
Kris shows how to combine pentatonic scales from different keys to form new and interesting sounds.
Kris shows you how to learn scales vertically and horizontally on the fretboard.
Named after the "Neapolitan School" from the 18th century and not ice cream, this chord is a major chord built on the lowered 2nd scale degree.
Kris shows the diatonic chords of G Major.
Kris teaches you how to play diatonic 7th arpeggios and their inversions in the key of G major.
Kris shows you how to play seventh arpeggios with tapping, legato, and string skipping.
Kris shows some common major and minor chord progressions.
Kris installs these new EMG pickups into his guitar.
Kris Norris sat down with Chodypth, aka Cody, and this video is the result of a day of jamming and practicing.
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Darkest Hour, Straight Line Stitch
Awesome lesson! I love this sound!
He is easy to understand and has become my favorite in this style. Great Job!
Straight Forward with good examples
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