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Announcing the first Two Week Intensive with Peter Graneis!

Say goodbye to struggling with speed and effort, and hello to playing scales with ease using the technique of using three fingers instead of two. Discover the power of p•m•i and learn how to take your playing to new heights.

Throughout the course, we'll explore the nuances of p•m•i versus a•m•i, and how to achieve the perfect balance between speed and power. It's important to note that this technique is not just about speed, but also about control, and we'll guide you through the process from basic movements to advanced exercises.

While scales played with p•m•i may make it impossible to play any simultaneous accompaniment, you'll be amazed at the new world of possibilities that will open up for you. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to take your guitar playing to the next level!

Check out Peter's Lessons on tonebase!

Details

  • Sign-Up: April 12th, 9am
  • Course Period: April 17th -28th
  • Optional check-In via Zoom: April 24th, 10am PST

Assignments

  • Get ready to dive into the world of Three Finger Scales with Peter! Watch the Intro Video now and discover the concepts behind this fascinating technique, complete with Peter's expert insights and pmi. Don't miss out!

  • You're one step closer to mastering the Three Finger Scales technique. Begin your journey by watching Video 1/3, and then dive into the exercises found in the "3-Finger Scales 1_3" document. Get ready to elevate your playing to the next level!

  • Test your skills and explore the "3-Finger Scales Examples" document to try and come up with some pmi fingerings for the scales. We'll be diving into this very document during our upcoming Zoom Check-In, so come prepared to share your findings and learn even more!

3-Finger Scales 1_3

3-Finger Scales Examples  

 

Video 2/3

3-Finger Scales 2_3

 

Video 3/3

3-Finger Scales 3_3 

3-Finger Scales Examples 

Have fun with the last video and explore Peter's solution to the examples!

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    • Emmanull
    • Emma
    • 11 mths ago
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    Hello Peter,  sorry for not writing before. I have been rehearsing the exercises as part of my routine. Not so much the C major scale but I send it to you anyway just before the live session. Thank you so much and see you in a bit! 

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      • Emmanull
      • Emma
      • 11 mths ago
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      @peter  thank you so much for the zoom session. I will try to do a better job in my second week! 

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    • Emma thank you Emma.

       

      it sounds very regular already, try to increase the dynamic difference and try to add a stronger accent on the loud notes. Like mentioned in the q&a, make sure to work with the metronome, even though it’s already quite steady. You’re already doing the ‘correct’ version of exercise 6 as I pointed out, when descending you’re playing pmi-pi-…, which would be more true to my logic. For me personally it’s easier to play pmi-pm-…, but in cases like this it’s great to find what’s comfortable. Happy practicing!

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