Innovative Guitar Techniques - Coggle Diagram
Innovative Guitar Techniques
This technique involves using both hands to tap the strings on the fretboard. It's commonly used in rock and metal music.
"Eruption" by Van Halen.
What if I played a classical music using tapping?
This technique involves playing arpeggios by sweeping the pick across the strings in a fluid motion. It's commonly used in shred guitar playing.
"Cliffs of Dover" by Eric Johnson.
Harmonics involve lightly touching the string at certain points to produce a high-pitched tone. This technique can be used to create ethereal and otherworldly sounds.
"Dust in the Wind" by Kansas.
Using the guitar as a percussion instrument by tapping, slapping, and hitting it can create interesting rhythmic textures.
"Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" by Bob Dylan, as performed by John Mayer.
This technique involves using the fretting hand to create harmonics, which can produce a wide range of high-pitched tones.
"Cemetery Gates" by Pantera.
By using the volume knob or a volume pedal, guitarists can create a gradual increase or decrease in volume, producing a dynamic and expressive effect.
"Where the Streets Have No Name" by U2.
What if I played music using volume swells?