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Lesson Series

If you want your picking to be the very best it can be, it's very important to understand the fundamental principles of playing the guitar with a pick. In this lesson, Nick Jennison guides you through the core concepts that will be used throughout this course - and which form the basis of any successful picking strategy.

In this lesson, Nick Jennison shows you how to take the concepts discussed in lesson 1 and apply them on the guitar - using simple "master cues" that allow you to quickly and easily find the right technique for the lines you're trying to play.

In this lesson, Nick Jennison explains the six possible picking strategies and how to achieve them. Each of these strategies can form a complete approach to picking, with very little sonic difference between them - but they FEEL very different! You only need to master one, so give them all a try and see which one feels best to you...

Now that you're familiar with the core mechanics involved in playing the guitar with a pick, and how the six potential picking strategies are put together, it's time to discover what works for YOU! Luckily, it's a fairly simple process, and in this lesson Nick Jennison will help you discover the technique that will work best for your personal style.

Time to put all of this technique to use! In this lesson, Nick Jennison shows you the solo study used in this course to challenge your picking technique and highlight the quirks of each picking strategy. This solo can be played with any picking strategy, as we'll discover in the next few lessons! In this lesson, you'll learn the fingerings and phrases for this study, note-for-note.

In this lesson, Nick Jennison shows you how you can use single escape alternate picking to play the lines in the solo study from lesson 5.

In this lesson, Nick Jennison shows you how you can use asymmetrical economy picking strategies to play the lines in the solo study from lesson 5.

In this lesson, Nick Jennison shows you how you can use two-way economy picking strategies to play the lines in the solo study from lesson 5.

In this lesson, Nick Jennison shows you how you can use double escape alternate picking strategies to play the lines in the solo study from lesson 5.

In this lesson, Nick Jennison shows you how you can combine multiple picking strategies to create a blended approach that's truly unique to your playing style.

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