Guitar Picking Mechanics Includes:
84 Notation Figures with Tablature
84 figures featuring standard notation and guitar tablature.
74 Audio Tracks
74 audio tracks you download online at no additional charge.
If you need help at any time, email the author for free support.
Guitar Picking Mechanics is not a beginner guitar program. In order to take full advantage of this instruction, you should already be playing at an intermediate level. Your skills should include being able to play pentatonic scale and three-notes-per-string scale patterns. Guitar Picking Mechanics works on either an acoustic or electric guitar. Both right-handed and left-handed guitar players can follow the lessons.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need to get both the book and the video?
No. You can work in either just the book or just the video. The book and video can also be used together if you prefer to have both forms of instruction.
Q: How do the book and video differ? Do they contain the same instruction?
The book and video feature the very same instruction including the very same figures. The only difference is, one is presented in book form, and the other is presented in video form.
Is this course part of Fretboard Theory?
No. Guitar Picking Mechanics is a separate course. It’s sold separately and it’s not part of any other course.
Is Guitar Picking Mechanics in your member area?
No. Guitar Picking Mechanics is not in the member area where you access the Fretboard Theory course files. The video version of Guitar Picking Mechanics is hosted by Gumroad. Click on the video buy button in the format options below for more details.
About the Author
Hailed as a “music-theory expert” by Rolling Stone magazine, Desi Serna is the author of several instructional guitar books and video programs including Fretboard Theory, Guitar Theory For Dummies, Guitar Rhythm and Technique For Dummies, and Guitar Picking Mechanics. He is known for his practical, hands-on approach to music teaching, with a focus on the guitar fretboard and emphasis on popular songs. Desi honed his craft through decades of teaching, performing, and publishing. He lives in the Nashville, Tennessee area, and works full-time managing his business and GuitarMusicTheory.com website.