The Antigravity Seminar is a groundbreaking four-hour investigation that charts the discovery a two-way pickslanting, a technique used by players of virtually all plucked instruments to play complex patterns across the strings.
Scale playing is a basic exercise on other instruments. But on the guitar, it’s a feat that has historically been mastered only by the elite few. It turns out, there’s good reason for it. In the Antigravity seminar, we discover a new world of two-way pickslanting and swiping.
Across three hours of in-depth investigation, we review dozens of historical clips in slow motion, and take an exhaustive look at the hyperspeed picking techniques of Michael Angelo Batio, Paul Gilbert, Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin, and Vinnie Moore. The key to their incredible precision turns out to be a battery of techniques that the masters themselves often don’t know they’re using, and which have never been systematically taught before.
The Antigravity Seminar arrives with 25 chapters of video lessons and over 70 slow-motion clips and tablature.