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Todd Simpson
post Mar 10 2012, 01:17 PM
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QUOTE (Nihilist1 @ Mar 10 2012, 12:14 AM) *
I CAN'T WAIT!


It's 7am and i'm finally done posting the notes/tab! Going to grab some sleep then get back up and teach the 100! smile.gif Should be a very spiff lesson!


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post Mar 10 2012, 01:30 PM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Mar 10 2012, 12:17 PM) *
It's 7am and i'm finally done posting the notes/tab! Going to grab some sleep then get back up and teach the 100! smile.gif Should be a very spiff lesson!


I will definitely be there tomorrow. I will create the Double-Pick Files accordingly as well. Get some rest, Todd! You definitely deserve it!

Congratulations on your 100th VChat!
-Brandon


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the good news, I don't have to work today
the bad news, I ripped a large of piece skin off my third fretting finger
on the up, I still have one and four
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post Mar 11 2012, 01:09 AM
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Thanks for the lesson today. It was truly fantastic. I have learned more in this two hour span than I have ever learned in any other two hour span.

RAWK AWN!!!


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post Mar 12 2012, 07:31 AM
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QUOTE (jstcrsn @ Mar 10 2012, 07:36 AM) *
the good news, I don't have to work today
the bad news, I ripped a large of piece skin off my third fretting finger
on the up, I still have one and four


Egad! Very sorry to hear sad.gif Tony Iomi from Black Sabbath ripped the tips off several fingers and he became a God! So have heart! smile.gif



QUOTE (Nihilist1 @ Mar 10 2012, 07:09 PM) *
Thanks for the lesson today. It was truly fantastic. I have learned more in this two hour span than I have ever learned in any other two hour span.

RAWK AWN!!!


Great to hear that man! LESSON 100 was probably my fav lesson ever! smile.gif You guys RAWKED!



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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Mar 12 2012, 06:31 AM) *
Egad! Very sorry to hear sad.gif Tony Iomi from Black Sabbath ripped the tips off several fingers and he became a God! So have heart! smile.gif


Yeah. He has cancer...


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post Mar 12 2012, 09:40 AM
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QUOTE (Nihilist1 @ Mar 12 2012, 01:34 AM) *
Yeah. He has cancer...


Well not exactly the uplifting vibe I was going for....... sad.gif But still. Tony has a book coming out soon that chronicles his life and struggles. It may already be out actually. He is a great example of fighting up hill and finally realizing ones goals.

Speaking of, I must say how Impressed I was with everyone who participated in LESSON 100. It was truly EEEEPPPPPPIIIICCCCC from an instructor point of view. I packed tons of wacky, over the top licks in, and everyone just kicked butt!!!!


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post Mar 17 2012, 08:18 AM
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VIDEO CHAT LESSON 101! - INSIDE OUTSIDE PICKING UNTIL OUR FINGERS ARE INSIDE OUT!


GMC LESSON 101 Direct Link http://bit.ly/gmclesson101

CLICK HERE TO JOIN CHAT ROOM @ 5PM EST 10PM GMT
http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/chat


Let's warm up and get going!

FINGER YOGA!
Let’s do our usual Finger Yoga stretches. Here is a link to the video for references.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POvVMNdc6Tg

Here is a GUITAR RIG 4 custom patch for today
Attached File  GMC101.ksd.zip ( 5.52K ) Number of downloads: 34

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WARMING UP

FIRST UP! (Starting with GASP and upstroke!)


Here is something I've never asked you to do before. STARTING WITH AN UPSTROKE! For 100 lessons we have started with downstrokes to it's time to change things up! We are going to work on our right hand today so get ready for picking your brains out!

WARM UP LICK


*START WITH AN UPSTROKE! We are going to work this pattern quite a bit.

-Start by playing each position once in a loop.
-Play each position once and move up one fret then repeat, all the way to the 12th fret.
-Find max comfortable speed.

Then

-Play each position four times.
-After two loops, move up one fret.
-Speed up

*START WITH AN UPSTROKE! We are going to work this pattern quite a bit.

Attached File  101warmup.gp5 ( 1.54K ) Number of downloads: 38

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ALTERNATE PICKING AND ECONOMIC PICKING

*Again, INITIATE WITH AN UPSTROKE!

Let's start again with an upstroke, but add two downstrokes to follow. Using Two down strokes in a row makes this a use if "Economic Picking". Once you get the hang of this, it will make playing complex polyrythms quite a bit easier.

Attached File  101a.gp5 ( 1.58K ) Number of downloads: 30

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-Start by playing each position once in a loop.
-Play each position once and move up one fret then repeat, all the way to the 12th fret.
-Find max comfortable speed.

Then

-Play each position four times.
-After two loops, move up one fret.
-Speed up

STRICK ALTERNATE PICKING BY WAY OF THE DREADED DOUBLE PICKING!!!!!!

Double Picking (Two strokes per note) IS FREAKING HARD!!!! But not impossible. Let's take the same pattern we just played, and "Double Pick" it. Let's move to strict ALTERNATE PICKING now. Every stroke should alternate. And....

*INITIATE WITH A DOWNSTROKE!

Attached File  101b.gp5 ( 1.68K ) Number of downloads: 31

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-Start by playing each position once in a loop.
-Play each position once and move up one fret then repeat, all the way to the 12th fret.
-Find max comfortable speed.

Then

-Play each position four times.
-After two loops, move up one fret.
-Speed up

ADDING IN THE PINKY!!!!!

Now let's turn it up a notch and add our fav finger! THE PINKY! Let's work this like the others.

*NOTICE THE THREE DOWNSTROKES IN A ROW!

Attached File  101c.gp5 ( 1.62K ) Number of downloads: 34

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DOUBLE PICKING WITH CRAZY SHAPES!

Now let's double pick this same shape. And switch back to strict ALTERNATE PICKING!

*INIATE WITH A DOWN STROKE!

Attached File  101d.gp5 ( 1.77K ) Number of downloads: 30

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GALLOP DRUMS
Attached File  101DRUMTRACK.mp3 ( 1.14MB ) Number of downloads: 40


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post Mar 19 2012, 09:38 PM
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Thanks for coming out to lesson 101! Reply to this thread with any takes you have of playing these parts. These are all great ways to work up your right hand!

Also, let me know if the Guitar Rig 4 patch works well for you smile.gif

Todd

QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Mar 17 2012, 03:18 AM) *
VIDEO CHAT LESSON 101! - INSIDE OUTSIDE PICKING UNTIL OUR FINGERS ARE INSIDE OUT!


GMC LESSON 101 Direct Link http://bit.ly/gmclesson101

CLICK HERE TO JOIN CHAT ROOM @ 5PM EST 10PM GMT
http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/chat


Let's warm up and get going!

FINGER YOGA!
Let’s do our usual Finger Yoga stretches. Here is a link to the video for references.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POvVMNdc6Tg

Here is a GUITAR RIG 4 custom patch for today
Attached File  GMC101.ksd.zip ( 5.52K ) Number of downloads: 34

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WARMING UP

FIRST UP! (Starting with GASP and upstroke!)


Here is something I've never asked you to do before. STARTING WITH AN UPSTROKE! For 100 lessons we have started with downstrokes to it's time to change things up! We are going to work on our right hand today so get ready for picking your brains out!

WARM UP LICK


*START WITH AN UPSTROKE! We are going to work this pattern quite a bit.

-Start by playing each position once in a loop.
-Play each position once and move up one fret then repeat, all the way to the 12th fret.
-Find max comfortable speed.

Then

-Play each position four times.
-After two loops, move up one fret.
-Speed up

*START WITH AN UPSTROKE! We are going to work this pattern quite a bit.

Attached File  101warmup.gp5 ( 1.54K ) Number of downloads: 38

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ALTERNATE PICKING AND ECONOMIC PICKING

*Again, INITIATE WITH AN UPSTROKE!

Let's start again with an upstroke, but add two downstrokes to follow. Using Two down strokes in a row makes this a use if "Economic Picking". Once you get the hang of this, it will make playing complex polyrythms quite a bit easier.

Attached File  101a.gp5 ( 1.58K ) Number of downloads: 30

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-Start by playing each position once in a loop.
-Play each position once and move up one fret then repeat, all the way to the 12th fret.
-Find max comfortable speed.

Then

-Play each position four times.
-After two loops, move up one fret.
-Speed up

STRICK ALTERNATE PICKING BY WAY OF THE DREADED DOUBLE PICKING!!!!!!

Double Picking (Two strokes per note) IS FREAKING HARD!!!! But not impossible. Let's take the same pattern we just played, and "Double Pick" it. Let's move to strict ALTERNATE PICKING now. Every stroke should alternate. And....

*INITIATE WITH A DOWNSTROKE!

Attached File  101b.gp5 ( 1.68K ) Number of downloads: 31

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-Start by playing each position once in a loop.
-Play each position once and move up one fret then repeat, all the way to the 12th fret.
-Find max comfortable speed.

Then

-Play each position four times.
-After two loops, move up one fret.
-Speed up

ADDING IN THE PINKY!!!!!

Now let's turn it up a notch and add our fav finger! THE PINKY! Let's work this like the others.

*NOTICE THE THREE DOWNSTROKES IN A ROW!

Attached File  101c.gp5 ( 1.62K ) Number of downloads: 34

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DOUBLE PICKING WITH CRAZY SHAPES!

Now let's double pick this same shape. And switch back to strict ALTERNATE PICKING!

*INIATE WITH A DOWN STROKE!

Attached File  101d.gp5 ( 1.77K ) Number of downloads: 30

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GALLOP DRUMS
Attached File  101DRUMTRACK.mp3 ( 1.14MB ) Number of downloads: 40



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post Mar 24 2012, 08:27 AM
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VIDEO CHAT LESSON 102 - ROCK LICKS AND SPIFF TRICKS!

GMC LESSON 102 Direct Link http://bit.ly/gmclesson10

CLICK HERE TO JOIN CHAT ROOM @ 5PM EST 10PM GMT
http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/chat


Let's warm up and get going!

FINGER YOGA!
Let’s do our usual Finger Yoga stretches. Here is a link to the video for references.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POvVMNdc6Tg

Here is a custom OVERLOUD TH2 patch for today.
*If you don't have TH2 Go get the demo and try this patch!
Attached File  102Th2.xml.zip ( 8.58K ) Number of downloads: 33


RUNNNING AROUND COLLAB : BEN HIGGINS
*Today's lesson is based on the "Running Around" collab from Ben Higgins. I LOVE Ben's backing tracks! If you see another Ben Collab FOR GOODNESS SAKE JOIN IT! Here is a link to the collab.

HERE IS THE BACKING TRACK TO PLAY OVER!
Attached File  Running_Around_Collab.mp3 ( 1.33MB ) Number of downloads: 49


http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...st&p=574394

Here is what we are going to learn today. Some spiff licks/chops that work well over this backing. Here is a preview.
Attached File  ToddWithBacking.mp3 ( 1.68MB ) Number of downloads: 65


PART 1 WARMUP AND BEYOND, WAY BEYOND

*SINGLE STRING WORK!

-Start on the high E, then try each string.
-Of Course! We have to DOUBLE and TRIPLE and QUAD PICK this!
ENDURANCE ENDURANCE ENDURANCE! DON"T PICK FROM THE ELBOW!

Attached File  102w.gp5 ( 1.8K ) Number of downloads: 31

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PART II : PUTTING IT TO USE

Let's put our work in the warmup to good use in our first lick!

Attached File  102afixfix.gp5 ( 1.81K ) Number of downloads: 30

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PART III : REMEMBER INVERSIONS?

Let's employ our trusty "Minor Scale Inversion" and Palm Mute it and play it in a very Staccato fashion (ALA Ben Higgins).


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Attached File  102b.gp5 ( 1.61K ) Number of downloads: 30


PART IV : REMEMBER TRIPEGGIOS?

Well, this lick is sorta close to that. Almost an upside down tripeggio.

Attached File  102C.gp5 ( 1.74K ) Number of downloads: 33

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PART V : PINKY TRIP!

Let's use a triad shape and move our PINKY!

*Play each group of three notes, FOUR TIMES.
-Alternate Pick
-Palm Mute
-Keep it even!

Attached File  102D.gp5 ( 1.49K ) Number of downloads: 27

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PART VI : REMEMBER PEDAL POINT?

Let's employe a Pedal Point Lick!

Attached File  102E.gp5 ( 1.58K ) Number of downloads: 36

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*The next lick is simple. Try to learn it by ear.

*The Final lick is a full G MINOR INVERSION starting from the High E string. For bonus points, pull of this lick either by ear or from memory of previously doing it in our Lessons!

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post Mar 25 2012, 12:22 AM
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What do you think about using a phaser or a flanger with todays licks?


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QUOTE (Nihilist1 @ Mar 24 2012, 07:22 PM) *
What do you think about using a phaser or a flanger with todays licks?


I love the idea so much that I used a phaser in one of the OVERLOUD Presets smile.gif It's a bank of 3 presets. One fairly plain, one with auto wah, one with phaser. GIve them a shot! If you don't have TH2, just download the demo, you can use custom patches with it.


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Just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying Lesson 102. This just might be my favorite so far! smile.gif I think it is because the speed is not so fast that it makes it near impossible for me, but is an actual attainable speed for me. Right now, 102D is kicking me in the rear end, though mad.gif . (Stretch little pinky....STtttrrrreeettttccchhhh!!!!!) I am practicing it w/the metronome while driving the pattern up to the 12th fret. This entire lesson is really fun to practice. I do plan to record it at some point, but will definitely take me longer than a week. Thanks for this & all the great lessons. smile.gif

Just my opionion & not really sure how it would work. But I think this would make a great video lesson for GMC. Maybe the first "Collab Video Lesson" w/you & Ben. Again, just speaking a crazy thought that ran through my head. wink.gif


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QUOTE (Blister @ Mar 25 2012, 10:36 PM) *
Just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying Lesson 102. This just might be my favorite so far! smile.gif I think it is because the speed is not so fast that it makes it near impossible for me, but is an actual attainable speed for me. Right now, 102D is kicking me in the rear end, though mad.gif . (Stretch little pinky....STtttrrrreeettttccchhhh!!!!!) I am practicing it w/the metronome while driving the pattern up to the 12th fret. This entire lesson is really fun to practice. I do plan to record it at some point, but will definitely take me longer than a week. Thanks for this & all the great lessons. smile.gif

Just my opionion & not really sure how it would work. But I think this would make a great video lesson for GMC. Maybe the first "Collab Video Lesson" w/you & Ben. Again, just speaking a crazy thought that ran through my head. wink.gif


Thanks! smile.gif Glad you are digging it. I do plan to shoot a video for this one to go with it in the wiki! Collab Video Lessons sound like a great idea! Shoot me a PM when you record some bits so I can see how your coming along smile.gif The last two lessons I've slowed things down just a tad from INSANE to Mildly Crazy. But I kept the Pinky Streeeeeettccchh! Gotta have that!

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QUOTE (Blister @ Mar 25 2012, 10:36 PM) *
Just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying Lesson 102. This just might be my favorite so far! smile.gif I think it is because the speed is not so fast that it makes it near impossible for me, but is an actual attainable speed for me. Right now, 102D is kicking me in the rear end, though mad.gif . (Stretch little pinky....STtttrrrreeettttccchhhh!!!!!) I am practicing it w/the metronome while driving the pattern up to the 12th fret. This entire lesson is really fun to practice. I do plan to record it at some point, but will definitely take me longer than a week. Thanks for this & all the great lessons. smile.gif

Just my opionion & not really sure how it would work. But I think this would make a great video lesson for GMC. Maybe the first "Collab Video Lesson" w/you & Ben. Again, just speaking a crazy thought that ran through my head. wink.gif


Thanks! smile.gif Glad you are digging it. I do plan to shoot a video for this one to go with it in the wiki! Collab Video Lessons sound like a great idea! Shoot me a PM when you record some bits so I can see how your coming along smile.gif The last two lessons I've slowed things down just a tad from INSANE to Mildly Crazy. But I kept the Pinky Streeeeeettccchh! Gotta have that!

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As promised. Sorry I have not created the DP files as of yet. I have had a very busy week in and out of the studio. This lesson was definitely my favourite one so far. I feel bad that I never utilised the backing tracks in the past! I am in the process of cleaning it all up so that I play comfortably enough that my fingers don't move much.

See you Saturday!

-Nihil


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QUOTE (Nihilist1 @ Mar 29 2012, 05:55 AM) *


As promised. Sorry I have not created the DP files as of yet. I have had a very busy week in and out of the studio. This lesson was definitely my favourite one so far. I feel bad that I never utilised the backing tracks in the past! I am in the process of cleaning it all up so that I play comfortably enough that my fingers don't move much.

See you Saturday!

-Nihil


Nice! You nailed all the licks and add some for extra measure. Well played smile.gif You really have a good handle on all of the licks here. You weave in and out of them quite well which is exactly the point of this lesson. YOU RAWKKKK!!!!!!!!

I'd like to hear the backing with the licks if possible as a bonus. You can use the mic on the camcorder and play the track just open in some speakers, or record yourself playing and put that together with a video, even if the sync isn't perfect, as long as we can hear it, that's fine. But again, well played!

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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Mar 29 2012, 09:21 PM) *
Nice! You nailed all the licks and add some for extra measure. Well played smile.gif You really have a good handle on all of the licks here. You weave in and out of them quite well which is exactly the point of this lesson. YOU RAWKKKK!!!!!!!!

I'd like to hear the backing with the licks if possible as a bonus. You can use the mic on the camcorder and play the track just open in some speakers, or record yourself playing and put that together with a video, even if the sync isn't perfect, as long as we can hear it, that's fine. But again, well played!

Todd


I will definitely do that before our next lesson! I have practise tonight and some studio time tomorrow, so I will try and see if I can plug it in somewhere.


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Wow! Nice take on this lesson, Nihilist! That actually helped me out. It might have helped me a little more if I could see your fretting hand. But I'm looking forward to your version w/the bt.

I know this has been discussed before, but I downloaded VLC Media Player so I could slow down the bt & it made it much easier for me to play along. I also used the Scale Generator & that helped even more having the Gmin displayed on the fretboard. I'm determined to get a decent take out of it so I can upload it.

Thanks again for such a great lesson! smile.gif


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QUOTE (Blister @ Mar 30 2012, 02:37 AM) *
Wow! Nice take on this lesson, Nihilist! That actually helped me out. It might have helped me a little more if I could see your fretting hand. But I'm looking forward to your version w/the bt.

I know this has been discussed before, but I downloaded VLC Media Player so I could slow down the bt & it made it much easier for me to play along. I also used the Scale Generator & that helped even more having the Gmin displayed on the fretboard. I'm determined to get a decent take out of it so I can upload it.

Thanks again for such a great lesson! smile.gif


I will record it again tomorrow. I thought my fret hand was visible when I recorded this, but I realised afterward that it was not. I was ridiculously exhausted when I recorded it, or else I would have fancied a second take. I promise you will get to see both my hands next time!


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Heal her now...

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Light the fire deep inside.
Light the fires!

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