Bring new colors and voicings to your playing with Berklee Professor Rick Peckham, internationally known jazz guitarist, composer, writer, and clinician. In this Berklee Workshop, Peckham unlocks the mysteries of modal tonality, with a series of exercises and demonstrations that will expand your vocabulary, no matter what instrument you play. Peckham will show you how to extend your capabilities by integrating a variety of new voicings and articulations into your playing … so you can handle any modal situation guided by your own ears and instincts.
Running time: 57 minutes
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“Being conversant with the modes is invaluable in both lead playing and chord work. For a crash course on the latter, check out this DVD and put a modern spin on your harmonies.”
—Guitar One magazine
“I have played guitar off and on for 35 years but I have never mastered the fretboard. I am self taught like most kids were and never had lessons. From time to time I will buy books but you can only go so far without live interactive instruction. DVD is the answer! A $20 DVD is worth 10 $40/hr lessons.”
—Kenneth D. Celli, Musician, Lawyer
Berklee Workshop DVDs is a series of Instructional DVDs featuring top Berklee teachers, alumni and visiting artists. These 30- to 90-minute sessions focus on a single professional music topic from one of the five learning streams that flow through the Berkleemusic experience: Production, Music Business, Writing, Education and Performance.
Berklee Workshop DVDs are a great way to keep growing, stay creative, and build your career through exposure to the engergy and expertise of successful professionals. Based on interviews, lessons and performances, these sessions let you see and hear how the best musicians set themselves apart.
Rick Peckham is an internationally known jazz guitarist and educator. He has presented performances and clinics on six continents and…