Norman Brown's Chops Workout for Guitarists | Norman Brown
Chops Workout/Artist Series Bundle • 1h 6m
In his first ever online instructional video, Grammy award winning guitarist Norman Brown teaches you how to develop & refine your technique with his Chops Workout for Guitarists.
In the course, Brown covers a variety of techniques aimed at helping you gain more dexterity and increase chops. Topics covered include alternate picking, inner & outer string playing, thumb technique, finger combinations as well as various picking exercises using scales and arpeggios.
Each section of this course includes insightful commentary from Norman as well as multiple camera angle views of his right & left hand so you can see exactly how he executes every technique.
Upon completing this course, you'll become more confident with your picking technique so that you can deliver your musical ideas in a more seamless & fluid manner.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn from one of the greatest guitarists of his generation. If you enjoy the playing of Wes Montgomery, George Benson and, of course, Norman Brown himself, this video is a treasure trove of information & practical insight.
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