These books are called “The Easy Touch-Style Method.” The purpose of the video series is to provide a demo of how easy it can be to learn two-handed touch-style play using this streamlined learning method.
The first video — viewable today — is an introduction which simply explains what touch-style is, and provides a demo of how one can play by touch. It then shows why having more strings makes playing easier, and shows how clear it is when both hands can move exactly the same. Then, using four simple chords, the Bloggard demonstrates —
- How to arpeggiate chords in both hands using only nine notes>
- How to then change that to play roots and harmony notes with your two hands
- How to use those bass roots to play left hand chords
- How to use those harmony notes while playing walking bass inside the nine notes
- How to play dual melody in both hands.
- How to play chords and improvise
- How to play chords and melody.
And so, for your elucidation and entertainment, The Adventures of Bloggard presents —
PS: If you are wondering, the instrument used in the demo is a Mobius Megatar TrueTapper Eclipse. The audio recording was done entirely in Guitar Rig 2 with minimal effects. As you can see, the demo was filmed in the Mobius Megatar Space Station engine room. (Warp Drives were offline for an oil change. Otherwise, it would have been too noisy.)