Andrew Wasson. Graduated from Hollywood California's Guitar Institute of Technology. Operates Music School and CreativeGuitarStudio.com
Posted on Apr 14, 2015 01:14 pm
This lesson covers the technique known as "Gliss-Picking." It is generated when the pick is rapidly raked /brushed across the strings, outlining the chord tones of a specific chord. It can be performed either ascending or descending.
The technique is very similar to what is more well known of as, "Sweep Picking." However, when we, "Gliss-Pick," we're mainly concerned with the rapidly 'swept' coverage of an arpeggio into a destination pitch.
In this video, we'll use on-screen TAB to organize a collection of different, "Gliss-Picked," example ideas to help viewers get better at performing this very cool sounding technique.
About the Author: Andrew Wasson is a 1992 Graduate of Hollywood California's Guitar Institute of Technology (G.I.T.). He has operated his Canadian Music School; Creative Guitar Studio, for the last 20+ years teaching thousands of guitarists both in studio sessions, and through his popular YouTube Channels and websites. andrewwasson.com