QUOTE (holywaltz @ Feb 15 2012, 12:42 PM)
Thanks for taking me on.
I'll get started then, I started playing when I was about 16 (I'm 23 now) and I only play occasionally, I have never really sat down to practise properly, but I really need to. I would say my technique wildy beats my knowledge, and I think I'm about a 4/5 maybe on the lesson skill level.
I own a few Gibson Les Paul standards, run them through either my Blackstar Artisian 100 H, or the Marshall AFD 100 ( Modded JCM 800 head pretty much) - tone and clarity is a big thing for me, I do rather like your voice of your guitar lesson.
My weakest point as I stated is knowledge, and therefore improvisation.
I have no idea where to start when it comes to scales and chord progressions, how to phrase over things, write riffs etc I just seem to be playing the same things over and over.
My main influences come from these kinds of guitarists - Slash, Joe Perry, David Gilmour, Angus Young etc.
Do you think you will be able to help me get over my hurdle of not practising and learning enough? I have such a long long way to go.
Hey there mate
Nothing, but absolutely nothing is unachievable, so I'm sure we can make things happen
Would you be up for learning and recording around one lesson/ week? My suggestion would be, tackle a lesson and grasp all it's goodness - theory, interpretation and technique wise. Record it and post it in the REC section. My plan would be to have ALL of you guys here become A class students
What say you?