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Post some cool riff's/licks etc.
I think this would be a good idea to post anything that you think might help someone out or post a cool lick
Need lessons, on giving lessons
on Sat Aug 08, 2009 8:29 am
So one of my friends asked me a few weeks ago if I could give him a few lessons on playing acoustic. I'm not the most experienced guy on acoustic (about two years, have been playing electric for about 6 years), but I can hold my own.
What is the best way to start? I started by showing him a few basic chords, G, D, C, A, B. Also a few ways to hold the pick. I'm not sure if this is the right way to go about it, or if I should first teach him the fretboard so he knows what each note is and where the chord comes from? I know what I want to do, but I don't know the right way to make someone else do it.
Whoever has taught before, I could use some help.
How to Warm Up?
on Thu Aug 20, 2009 3:23 am
What are some good exercises for warming up?
Seems that I can't function properly until I get to the 2nd set. I'm not playing bad in the 1st set, but I don't find my "zone" or groove until the 2nd set.
I"m looking for ideas, chromatic runs, finger stretching exercises, dexterity building exercises, synchronizing pick and fret hands.
What you got?
I've been (slowly) trying to learn theory but modes have eluded me. This seems to make sense
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Did a little example of quadtracking.
on Sun Aug 30, 2009 4:37 pm
Here it is. Was recorded in a hurry, with a crappy webcam mic with audacity. Hopefully it gives you, the people reading this, an impression of how it works to thicken your sound. I get out of time a few times, but nontheless, good enough.
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