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  • Streaming HD video in 21 Individual Chapters

    McRocklin guides you through 21 streaming HD video lessons / chapters!!

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    Download the PDF and Guitar Pro file for each lesson / chapter with 100% full accurate transcriptions!!

1. Clear Skies Fast Pentatonic

This video starts off with an insight that has helped me a lot in my sense of timing & groove, and that is:

To always have a physical pulse going on while playing. Preferably as much as possible, but at least while practicing. Read More

2. New Beginnings Sweep

This is a system I have developed for guitar players; it’s a system that you might have seen before, mostly used by drummers, because it’s all about rhythm. On guitar, you can apply it in multiple ways; on different strings, different shapes, and you can even apply it to any scales for example. But for the first overview we stick to the 4 note system, and 3 note system. I chose the most easy “scale” to do this: the chromatic scale. Read More

3. Instagram Arp

Iconic riffs & their use of patterns

  • Exercise 1: 3 notes & variations
  • Exercise 2: 6 notes & switching strings as a variation. Add hammer-ons, pull-offs & bends.
  • Exercise 3: Chord progression based on 3 accents. Lead guitar variations based on the same 3 accents.
  • Exercise 4: Canon in D.This is a clear example of melodic pattern use. The rhythm is set: 4 notes. The movement is set: 4 notes only go up. And with that, he explores the D major key.
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4. Clean Skies Nasty Lick

  • AC/DC Back in Black, Barracuda, Kashmir
  • Korn
  • Deftones
  • Meshuggah

Textures riffs with patterns:

  • 3.1 Polars riff (long pattern)
  • 3.2 Surreal state of enlightenment (simple pattern that lasts long)

5. McRocklin Hutch All I Want From You Arp

Textures

  • 5.1 Awake riff
  • 5.2 Swandive - guitar ghost notes
  • 5.3 Regenesis main riff 1 3 2 3 2 2
  • 5.4 Regenesis 2nd 123 123 123
  • 5.5 Millstone intro
  • 5.6 To Erase a Lifetime riff

6. Pentatonic Tap and Position Shift

Polyrhythms are used a lot in progressive music, but also in commercial music you see it more and more. It’s a cool way to spice up some otherwise generic riffs, melodies or chord progressions.Read More

7. String Skipping Synth like Phrasing

If you get to understand the concept of polyrhythms, the best way to practice them, is to switch between the 2 rhythms while playing. Try to tap along with your foot, or count along loud, to really be aware of which rhythms are happening while you play.

  • 3 against 2, and 2 against 3
  • 4 against 3, and 3 against 4
  • 5 against 4, and 4 against 5

8. Clean Sweeping Unusual Note Combinations

Quintuplets tend to sound super technical right away, and for a lot of people it sounds impossible to play. I’ll show you how you can create some versions where it doesn’t feel like that. There are tons of ways to apply this, let’s go through a few ones that I like to use.

Textures riffs using quintuplets:Read More

9. The Spooky Riff

Denying Gravity: intro shivering sleep: 3 against 2
This one is not a beginners polyrhythm, but it’s cool to see what’s possible with these crazy variations. This riff switches between the 2 rhythms all the time. It’s a nice brain teaser!

Oceans Collide - triplets & 3 against 4Read More

10. Clear Skies Building A Section

Quintuplets tend to sound super technical right away, and for a lot of people it sounds impossible to play. I’ll show you how you can create some versions where it doesn’t feel like that. There are tons of ways to apply this, let’s go through a few ones that I like to use.

Textures riffs using quintuplets:Read More

11. Octave Madness

Denying Gravity: intro shivering sleep: 3 against 2
This one is not a beginners polyrhythm, but it’s cool to see what’s possible with these crazy variations. This riff switches between the 2 rhythms all the time. It’s a nice brain teaser!

Oceans Collide - triplets & 3 against 4Read More

12. Diminished Vibes

Quintuplets tend to sound super technical right away, and for a lot of people it sounds impossible to play. I’ll show you how you can create some versions where it doesn’t feel like that. There are tons of ways to apply this, let’s go through a few ones that I like to use.

Textures riffs using quintuplets:Read More

13. Follow The Light building sections

Denying Gravity: intro shivering sleep: 3 against 2
This one is not a beginners polyrhythm, but it’s cool to see what’s possible with these crazy variations. This riff switches between the 2 rhythms all the time. It’s a nice brain teaser!

Oceans Collide - triplets & 3 against 4Read More

14. Ascending Pentatonic Picking

Quintuplets tend to sound super technical right away, and for a lot of people it sounds impossible to play. I’ll show you how you can create some versions where it doesn’t feel like that. There are tons of ways to apply this, let’s go through a few ones that I like to use.

Textures riffs using quintuplets:Read More

15. String Skipping Diminished Lick

Denying Gravity: intro shivering sleep: 3 against 2
This one is not a beginners polyrhythm, but it’s cool to see what’s possible with these crazy variations. This riff switches between the 2 rhythms all the time. It’s a nice brain teaser!

Oceans Collide - triplets & 3 against 4Read More

16. String Skipping and Large Intervals

Quintuplets tend to sound super technical right away, and for a lot of people it sounds impossible to play. I’ll show you how you can create some versions where it doesn’t feel like that. There are tons of ways to apply this, let’s go through a few ones that I like to use.

Textures riffs using quintuplets:Read More

17. Square Dreamz Creating Fun Moments

Denying Gravity: intro shivering sleep: 3 against 2
This one is not a beginners polyrhythm, but it’s cool to see what’s possible with these crazy variations. This riff switches between the 2 rhythms all the time. It’s a nice brain teaser!

Oceans Collide - triplets & 3 against 4Read More

18. Power Licks repeating patterns

Quintuplets tend to sound super technical right away, and for a lot of people it sounds impossible to play. I’ll show you how you can create some versions where it doesn’t feel like that. There are tons of ways to apply this, let’s go through a few ones that I like to use.

Textures riffs using quintuplets:Read More

19. The Times Unusual Solo

Denying Gravity: intro shivering sleep: 3 against 2
This one is not a beginners polyrhythm, but it’s cool to see what’s possible with these crazy variations. This riff switches between the 2 rhythms all the time. It’s a nice brain teaser!

Oceans Collide - triplets & 3 against 4Read More

20. The Ultimate 80s descending tapping lick

Quintuplets tend to sound super technical right away, and for a lot of people it sounds impossible to play. I’ll show you how you can create some versions where it doesn’t feel like that. There are tons of ways to apply this, let’s go through a few ones that I like to use.

Textures riffs using quintuplets:Read More

21. Bonus - Exercises

Denying Gravity: intro shivering sleep: 3 against 2
This one is not a beginners polyrhythm, but it’s cool to see what’s possible with these crazy variations. This riff switches between the 2 rhythms all the time. It’s a nice brain teaser!

Oceans Collide - triplets & 3 against 4Read More

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