Bleez's Mentoring Thread
Nope didn't think so either. We all know parents don't get this.
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Bleez's Mentoring Thread
Mar 6 2012, 11:17 AM
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Hey Scott! Welcome to your very own personal mentoring thread please tell me a bit about your goals and musical knowledge so far and we can rock!
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Mar 6 2012, 04:54 PM
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thanks Cosmin, didnt expect to have my own thread, kinda scary
I used to play rhythm guitar in a band, in the style of metallica. Basically I just chugged away with power chords. My lead playing is quite basic.
Ive recently began working on the positions of the minor pentatonic, but Im not quite sure what I will do with it once I have got them all learned. So my knowledge of scales is quite poor.
Ive never followed any type of structured practice routine and I usually try to play things to advanced which has caused me to get disheartened and stop in the past.
I think I need a solid practice schedule which allows me to maybe hit some small golas.
I thought I might post up a take of me playing the last half of Alive by Pearl Jam because I know a few of the licks in the final solo ( although I dont play them spot on ) and I'll just improvise over the bits I dont know so you will see exactly where I suck
in terms of goals, I would like to be able to play solos from the likes of Gilmour, slash, Iommi. Those are the main guys for me I'd also like to be able to write my own solos over backing tracks and not have them suck.
Ive also been working on one of Ivans lessons which Ive almost got to a reasonable level which I could post here if it would help give you an idea of my level.
I might not be a rocket scientist but I know how to rock it
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