Daniel Gilbert
dan gilbert

One of Musician's Institute’s most popular instructors, Daniel Gilbert has played guitar professionally in the New York City area since age 16.

He has studied music at Queensborough Community College and Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. His private teachers have included Pat Martino, Howard Morgan and Ronnie Lee. Daniel has kept busy teaching, doing sessions, and recording. He just finished an EP of original guitar music called "Before the Sunrise".

Daniel is also the co-author of Guitar Soloing, and Advanced Soloing for MI Press (Hal Leonard Publications). His specialties at MI are Single String Improvisation, Applied Technique, Guitar Workout, Fusion LPW and Eclectic Electric Guitar.

His playing style has always been eclectic, mixing modern and traditional blues, jazz, rock, fusion, Bluegrass, and Gypsy Jazz elements.

Daniel has performed and played with the Crusaders, Dan Siegel, Robben Ford, Larry Carlton, Ralph Humphrey, and Russ Ferrante. He also leads his own band "Gee Triad", performing originals, and interesting cover tunes.

Daniel Gilbert – Superimposing Arpeggios


Daniel Gilbert - Superimposing Arpeggios
Daniel Gilbert - Superimposing Arpeggios
Learn how to expand your use of arpeggios with one of MI's beloved teachers Daniel Gilbert. Dan shows you how to apply things you may already know in new and interesting ways. With a comprehensive pdf and numerous playing demonstrations, Dan shows you how to bring it all together in usable related patterns on the guitar.
Price: $15.00

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