Hey guys, this is my daily guitar warm up exercise.
I do this before my daily lessons, this so good for our hands and fingers.
Don't worry, it is not about speed, but it's about fingering and accuracy. If you jump playing in fast speed, you might get muted notes or skipping the notes.
I made gp7 tabs and soundslice. Click the link below for guitarpro tabs, or click in youtube description for gp7 tabs or soundslice.
I hope you like it. Thanks.
Gdrive guitarpro : https://drive.google.com/drive/u/2/folders/1QYSsSRy9QPFqS3dARbVHleEE4e7avKJu
Soundslice : https://www.soundslice.com/slices/dVhkc/
A great exercise for improving your speed and syncing up your hands
My guitar is in Drop D for this video but you can do this in standard or any tuning
This might help too here is the pattern
Again looks like a lot but it is so very easy just take it slow at first to memorize it
First time doing a Tip/lesson video sorry if it was kinda rushed cuz I have no experience editing so lmk how you think I can make these better. Got a great right hand warm up on the way too for you and I hope this little trick helps you like it did for me
I analyzed the interlude of Save Me! I want to share my interpretation with the world and attempt to show the craftmanship in writing such a short yet perfect transition. (I posted a version of this earlier that was blocked in some countries so I re-edited it and cut some clips so everyone could watch)
This one is pretty spontaneous so it's a bit of a mess at times. Basically, it teaches the chords for blues for Ike and amuses the Harmony using Roman Numeral analysis. I also put a short tutorial for the head in there.
If anyone has any questions I'll happily answer them
Noticed a couple people with questions on positions and keys.. etc. This video is aimed at them. Basically I'm talking about taking a chord. Finding the root note on a certain string and playing the minor and relative major arpeggio in that position. And how that has helped me identify correct voice changes between chords when improving. I'm literally playing the same position and scales over every chord now. Ask if you have questions. Sorry it's longer then I wanted.
Hi guys! :)
I really enjoy play this song and the school have been helping me to develop proper time to play both guitar parts.
If someone want to learn any part of this song, just let me know.
I hope this is fun to watch!
This should help get to know your guitar better. I guess you could pick specific notes to start and end on as well. You can also go back 'n' forth between sets of notes to make cool sounds. I might have missed things, this is a start. I used my picking arm to hold the guitar in place a bit, for balance. It's probably better to hold the previous fingers in place after switching to 2nd, 3rd or 4th. Should help with muting and stamina.