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: Chop Builder, Frank Gambale: Frank Gambale: Movies & TV. This video comes with a 74 page booklet that has all of the exercises in tab and. i was wondering if anyone has gone thru their chopbuilder booklet and wrote the fingerings to match how frank plays and corrected any errors. Thread: Frank Gambale Chop Builder with Guitar TAB .. After digging through my library, I finally fount the little booklet. It brought back.

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Some of these exercises are extremely challenging. It’s novelty helps it stand apart from the rest, and the production value is high.

However A to G is not a major sixth interval, not to mention A sounds horrible. I’m blind, but have perfect pitch. Hey guys and gals, Wanted to share a video that I’m working on for almost a week now I will try to answer your first question the best I can, but I make the disclaimer to you and anyone else reading: In the first A triplet, Frank uses his ring finger like a regular A minor folk chord fingering, and in the second A triplet he uses his middle finger which allows a simple slide up with the index and middle finger for the next bar.


Fractal Audio Systems Forum. Heh, the most awesome Frank Gambale!

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My Skype ID is “smartguitarist” minus the quotation marks. I think it’s a very irresponsible in the message it passes on to people who watch it.

How do you get through the 6ths exercise? If anything, it should definitely help one get their alternate picking together — this from the master of sweep picking.

Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. Its a great learning tool that dvd, but alas I never made it as far as round 5. I have chosen to ignore the other players, though fine musicians they are may be.

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I will double check this later today, but a good fingering for the last bar as best I can tell is: Chris, I meant you revived this thread although I see nothing wrong with that because the video itself is many years older yet.

As I watch round five example four, in the last bar Frank seems to make a flub at least in the half-time close-up shot. I suspect the lack of much recent response may be because the video used to be on YouTube as per the original posters link, however the video has been removed due to a copyright claim by Frank Gambale. The 80’s style is pretty funny in this one When I first saw it, I was like: For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. The player on Frank’s right only has his right hand visible in the main shot.


Turned my fingers in knots trying to get there! Not only do I want to sort this out for my own practicing, but I need to remove any ambiguity when outlining the exercise for my students who are also blind.

These include, but are not limited to, removing content and even access to the forum. However, how anyone could possibly forget Franks dress sense is beyond me. I am not a musician — please do correct me if I am wrong.

I had no idea about switching fingers mid-exercise in anticipation. At ACM we were told in the first week that we need to get a copy of this and a list of books.

For those of you who own the DVD, can you answer a fingering question? I can’t work out a useable boiklet for Round 5, Exercise 4 C Mixolydian in 6th’s”.

It probably should be Bb. Regarding Frank’s Chop Builder: