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Alex Feather
Hello! Welcome to my mentoring program!
I am thrilled to start working with you!
I have a few questions before we will start!
-What are your goals?
-What is your weakness?
-What is your strongest point?
-Your favorite guitar players?
JPBluestring
Hey JaxN4!
Nice to see you joined Alex' mentoring pgm.
You gonna love it man!
See you around.
On behalf of the whole class, welcome in.
JPBleustring.
JaxN4
QUOTE (JPBluestring @ Jun 12 2012, 10:21 AM) *
Hey JaxN4!
Nice to see you joined Alex' mentoring pgm.
You gonna love it man!
See you around.
On behalf of the whole class, welcome in.
JPBleustring.



Hello my firend, Thankyou... I have been a bit lost lately and I think this will give me the direction and focus I need, Thanks for the welcome cool.gif

QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jun 12 2012, 04:08 AM) *
Hello! Welcome to my mentoring program!
I am thrilled to start working with you!
I have a few questions before we will start!
-What are your goals?
-What is your weakness?
-What is your strongest point?
-Your favorite guitar players?



Hello Alex, and thanks for your PM.

My goals as a guitarist are: (in no particular order)

To be able to express what I hear in my head, through my guitar.
To compose my own full instrumental songs
To be able to improvise over a backing.
Play my favourite artists songs (this one will take a few years! haha :-)


Weakness:
I do not have a large vocabulary of licks or ideas....
Navigating around the fretboard
In the 10 months I have picked up the guitar again, I have spent too much time doing exercises and practice routines.... Instead of learning songs
Theory


Strengths:
My bending technique
Vibrato technique is good
Lead Playing
AP is ok
Legato is ok
Finger Independence is good


Favourite Guitar Players:
Nuno Bettencourt
Andy Timmons
Jimi Hendrix
Marco Sfogli
John Petrucci
Michael Paget - (Bullet for My Valentine)
Andy James


Anything else you want to know?

Thanks for your time Alex cool.gif
Alex Feather
Perfect! So let's start! smile.gif
We will start getting into improvisation very very soon!
For now I have a perfect exercise to start with! It does miracles and will help you to get your hands synced very fast!

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Practice it at a very slow tempo with a metronome! Slower you do it better results you will get!
Let me know if you have any questions or need help!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jun 13 2012, 02:22 AM) *
Perfect! So let's start! smile.gif
We will start getting into improvisation very very soon!
For now I have a perfect exercise to start with! It does miracles and will help you to get your hands synced very fast!



Practice it at a very slow tempo with a metronome! Slower you do it better results you will get!
Let me know if you have any questions or need help!



Hi Alex, sounds good. I will start with this today and post some progress when it is coming along.

Thnaks

JD
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jun 13 2012, 10:15 AM) *
Hi Alex, sounds good. I will start with this today and post some progress when it is coming along.

Thnaks

JD

Perfect!Let me know if you have any questions or need help!
JaxN4
Hi Alex, this exercise is going well. It's a good to warm up with before i play, good to focus on timing also. Just to confirm do you want me to post some progress of this or can we move on?

Thanks in advance

JD
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jun 21 2012, 12:03 PM) *
Hi Alex, this exercise is going well. It's a good to warm up with before i play, good to focus on timing also. Just to confirm do you want me to post some progress of this or can we move on?

Thanks in advance

JD

If you feel 100% sure about doing this exercise right we can move on and start getting into improvisation! smile.gif
Let me know and I will post a new assignment for you right away!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jun 22 2012, 04:27 PM) *
If you feel 100% sure about doing this exercise right we can move on and start getting into improvisation! smile.gif
Let me know and I will post a new assignment for you right away!



Thanks!

Yes I feel confident to move on. I will be utilising the exercise for warm up and timing skills.

Looking forward to the next task.

Thanks for your time
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jun 22 2012, 09:36 AM) *
Thanks!

Yes I feel confident to move on. I will be utilising the exercise for warm up and timing skills.

Looking forward to the next task.

Thanks for your time

Perfect! smile.gif
So let's start to get into improvisation a little bit more!
Here is the backing track I would like you to use to practice!
http://soundcloud.com/alex-feather-akimov/withguitar
It's a minor blues
The chord changes are:
Ami7 - Dmi7 - Ami7 - Emi7 - Dmi7 - Ami7
I have a really good exercise that will help you develop your own style!
I want you to start creating your own licks!
To start we will use A minor blues pentatonic in 3 positions:







You can use any notes from those positions !Try to combine them together and turn them into short licks!
I would like to hear what you can come up with before I will give you examples!
Let me know if you need help or have any questions!
JaxN4
Thats a nice backing track...

Ill post you a take asap

Thanks
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jun 26 2012, 10:52 AM) *
Thats a nice backing track...

Ill post you a take asap

Thanks

Awesome! I am looking forward to hear your take! smile.gif
JaxN4
Here is a little something.

http://soundcloud.com/j_davis/alex-task-2-short-solo

Thanks cool.gif
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jun 27 2012, 01:24 PM) *
Here is a little something.

http://soundcloud.com/j_davis/alex-task-2-short-solo

Thanks cool.gif

I like what you did! Nice and very melodic playing!
I would suggest turning down the gain a little bit! You got a very nice sound but it takes away the dynamic in your playing! I will add my take today to give you ideas! smile.gif
Alex Feather
Hello!! Here is my take!
http://soundcloud.com/alex-feather-akimov/jaxn4
I did combination of three pentatonics!
Over A mi7 I played A minor blues pentatonic in this position


Over D minor 7 I used D minor pentatonic


And over E mi7 I used E minor pentatonic


I would like you to continue my idea using the same shapes!
Let me know if you have any questions or need help!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jun 28 2012, 08:34 AM) *
I like what you did! Nice and very melodic playing!
I would suggest turning down the gain a little bit! You got a very nice sound but it takes away the dynamic in your playing! I will add my take today to give you ideas! smile.gif



Thanks. I appreciate advice regarding tone setting... I always try and tweak my settings.


Your take is great... i'll learn the shapes first and then once I am fimiliar with them i will try and get some licks happening.


Thanks
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jun 28 2012, 09:59 AM) *
Thanks. I appreciate advice regarding tone setting... I always try and tweak my settings.


Your take is great... i'll learn the shapes first and then once I am fimiliar with them i will try and get some licks happening.


Thanks

Sounds good! I am very excited to hear your take! It will be a lot of fun to jam with you! smile.gif
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jun 28 2012, 09:59 AM) *
Thanks. I appreciate advice regarding tone setting... I always try and tweak my settings.


Your take is great... i'll learn the shapes first and then once I am fimiliar with them i will try and get some licks happening.


Thanks

Just wanted to follow up and see how are you doing?
Do you have any questions or need help with anything?
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jul 1 2012, 10:15 AM) *
Just wanted to follow up and see how are you doing?
Do you have any questions or need help with anything?



All good thanks. I'm just trying to put together a piece that flows on from yours, tone and feel, etc. shouldn't be too long now.

Also what is your approach to learning new licks and remembering them?

Thanks
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 2 2012, 09:40 AM) *
All good thanks. I'm just trying to put together a piece that flows on from yours, tone and feel, etc. shouldn't be too long now.

Also what is your approach to learning new licks and remembering them?

Thanks

Great I am looking forward to hear your take!
My approach is very simple! smile.gif Take a lick you want to master, learn it, and start using it when you are jamming! Use it as much as you can, change it up if you want! You can noodle through the track but make sure to concentrate and use lick you are learning!
Do it for a couple of days and this lick will become your own!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jul 3 2012, 03:17 PM) *
Great I am looking forward to hear your take!
My approach is very simple! smile.gif Take a lick you want to master, learn it, and start using it when you are jamming! Use it as much as you can, change it up if you want! You can noodle through the track but make sure to concentrate and use lick you are learning!
Do it for a couple of days and this lick will become your own!



That makes more sense than the way I have been doing it. :-)
I shall start doing this right away.

Here is my take

http://soundcloud.com/j_davis/alex-jax-jam


This was fun! It was a challenge at first, as your take is smooth, tasty, and professional, I had to come up with something that would suit it.
Looking forward to your feedback...

(I wish my Vibrato was alot more developed) dry.gif

Thanks cool.gif
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 3 2012, 11:05 AM) *
That makes more sense than the way I have been doing it. :-)
I shall start doing this right away.

Here is my take

http://soundcloud.com/j_davis/alex-jax-jam


This was fun! It was a challenge at first, as your take is smooth, tasty, and professional, I had to come up with something that would suit it.
Looking forward to your feedback...

(I wish my Vibrato was alot more developed) dry.gif

Thanks cool.gif

Let me prepare some exercises to help you with vibrato! Give me a few hours!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jul 4 2012, 12:21 AM) *
Let me prepare some exercises to help you with vibrato! Give me a few hours!



Thanks alot. cool.gif

Did you have any comments / suggestions from my take? smile.gif

Thanks
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 4 2012, 09:25 AM) *
Thanks alot. cool.gif

Did you have any comments / suggestions from my take? smile.gif

Thanks

I thought I did! smile.gif
Your take was amazing! I was very very impressed! Very nice sound and great playing! I actually have decided to switch the track and get into something more complicated with you! smile.gif
This one has chord changes!
C6, Am9, Dm9, G11, C, Am7, Bm7, D7, G6, G6, F#m7, B9, E, G7#5.
http://soundcloud.com/alex-feather-akimov/jazzy

Let's work on this chord progression If we will analyze the first three chords we will get this:
C6 - C - E - G - A
Ami9 - A - C - E - G - B
Dmi9 - D - F - A - C - E
You can play C major scale over it
or A minor, D minor, E minor pentatonics

I would like you to analyze the rest of the chords we are going diatonic only so no melodic or harmonic minor yet!
But we will be using this track for those as well!
Let me know if you have any questions or need help!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jul 5 2012, 12:49 AM) *
I thought I did! smile.gif
Your take was amazing! I was very very impressed! Very nice sound and great playing! I actually have decided to switch the track and get into something more complicated with you! smile.gif



This one has chord changes!


Thanks alot! That's a great compliment coming from you. ohmy.gif
After your suggestion of reducing the amount of gain, I spent a fair bit of time on the tone setting on the AXE FX 2 until i found something that reacted well with the dynamics of the left and right hand....

The next task will be a good process for me as i have never sat back and broke down a backing track like this.

I'll start on this tomorrow and let you know how it goes,

Thanks cool.gif
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 4 2012, 04:01 PM) *
Thanks alot! That's a great compliment coming from you. ohmy.gif
After your suggestion of reducing the amount of gain, I spent a fair bit of time on the tone setting on the AXE FX 2 until i found something that reacted well with the dynamics of the left and right hand....

The next task will be a good process for me as i have never sat back and broke down a backing track like this.

I'll start on this tomorrow and let you know how it goes,

Thanks cool.gif

I am glad you are learning new things! smile.gif
Makes me feel happy!
It is a very good idea to analyze tracks before you play over them and know the chord progressions and what you can play over those! It is also a very fun thing to do! I remember when I started doing it I was opening a "Real Book" and just analyzing standards! This system works very well! Eventually you will see yourself seeing a chord and playing over it without thinking!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jul 4 2012, 12:21 AM) *
Let me prepare some exercises to help you with vibrato! Give me a few hours!


Hi Alex, Just wondering if you had this excercise available?

Thanks cool.gif
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 7 2012, 11:24 AM) *
Hi Alex, Just wondering if you had this excercise available?

Thanks cool.gif

When I heard your take I thought your vibrato sounded great! That's why I didn't post the exercise! If you still want me to just let me know!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jul 8 2012, 09:40 AM) *
When I heard your take I thought your vibrato sounded great! That's why I didn't post the exercise! If you still want me to just let me know!



HaHa... what a compliment cool.gif

That's great to hear. No need for specific excercise... I will work off your feedback from future recordings.

Thanks
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 8 2012, 09:09 AM) *
HaHa... what a compliment cool.gif

That's great to hear. No need for specific excercise... I will work off your feedback from future recordings.

Thanks


So how is it going with the assignment I gave you? The one with the chord changes?
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jul 10 2012, 02:32 AM) *
So how is it going with the assignment I gave you? The one with the chord changes?



Slowly. I have broken down the backing into 3 key changes at this stage.

But I am finding it difficult to match licks to the backing as it's a constantly changing chord progression. I'm all good with a blues or rock sort of backing, as it is usally in the same key, but this one has got me working on it alot.

Thanks
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 10 2012, 06:42 AM) *
Slowly. I have broken down the backing into 3 key changes at this stage.

But I am finding it difficult to match licks to the backing as it's a constantly changing chord progression. I'm all good with a blues or rock sort of backing, as it is usally in the same key, but this one has got me working on it alot.

Thanks

It's good! If it's challenging means you are learning something new!
The reason I gave you this chord progression is because you are sounding very good over Diatonic chord progressions and this challenge will change the way you usually analyze chord! It will challenge you in a new way! Let me know if you have any questions or need helP! s
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 10 2012, 06:42 AM) *
Slowly. I have broken down the backing into 3 key changes at this stage.

But I am finding it difficult to match licks to the backing as it's a constantly changing chord progression. I'm all good with a blues or rock sort of backing, as it is usally in the same key, but this one has got me working on it alot.

Thanks

Just wanted to check and see how is everything going? Let me know if you have any questions or need help!
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Jul 15 2012, 02:57 AM) *
Just wanted to check and see how is everything going? Let me know if you have any questions or need help!



Yea Alex I do need some help with this one.

I havit it in the Key of Amin, and changes to B min when the Bmin7 chorde comes in. I know there needs to be another change when F#m7 comes in.... but not sure what key.

I am ok with blues backing as it is only a few chords, but this one has me stuck a bit :-)

Thanks
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 15 2012, 12:52 AM) *
Yea Alex I do need some help with this one.

I havit it in the Key of Amin, and changes to B min when the Bmin7 chorde comes in. I know there needs to be another change when F#m7 comes in.... but not sure what key.

I am ok with blues backing as it is only a few chords, but this one has me stuck a bit :-)

Thanks

There are a few options:
F#m7, B9, E - F# dorian/ F#minor pentatonic/B major pentatonic/ E major pentatonic
G7#5 E harmonic minor

F#m7, B9 - F# dorian
E, G7#5 - E melodic minor

Let me know if it helps! smile.gif If not I will do more detailed explanation
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 15 2012, 12:52 AM) *
Yea Alex I do need some help with this one.

I havit it in the Key of Amin, and changes to B min when the Bmin7 chorde comes in. I know there needs to be another change when F#m7 comes in.... but not sure what key.

I am ok with blues backing as it is only a few chords, but this one has me stuck a bit :-)

Thanks

Hi! I wanted to follow up and see how are you doing? Do you have any questions or need help with anything let me know!
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 15 2012, 12:52 AM) *
Yea Alex I do need some help with this one.

I havit it in the Key of Amin, and changes to B min when the Bmin7 chorde comes in. I know there needs to be another change when F#m7 comes in.... but not sure what key.

I am ok with blues backing as it is only a few chords, but this one has me stuck a bit :-)

Thanks

Hi! I just wanted to check and see how are you doing? Do you need help with anything? Let me know!
JaxN4
Hi Alex, thanks for the message. I am still working on this one, you will have my take by Friday. Thanks again Mate
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Jul 24 2012, 10:01 AM) *
Hi Alex, thanks for the message. I am still working on this one, you will have my take by Friday. Thanks again Mate

Sounds good! Let me know if you have any questions or need help! smile.gif
JaxN4
Hi Alex.... No real progress here mate.... I cant click with the backing... I have a few melodies but nothing decent and it's been ages. ???? mellow.gif

Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Aug 20 2012, 12:51 PM) *
Hi Alex.... No real progress here mate.... I cant click with the backing... I have a few melodies but nothing decent and it's been ages. ???? mellow.gif

How about we change the backing than? It is not a big deal I want you to have fun! not a struggle!
Let me know what style would you like and I will find something for you smile.gif
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Aug 21 2012, 02:59 AM) *
How about we change the backing than? It is not a big deal I want you to have fun! not a struggle!
Let me know what style would you like and I will find something for you smile.gif



Thanks, I appreciate your attitude. Well, my main goal is to be a really solid rock guitarist, and I also love how expressive the blues are.
So anything rock or blues would be great.

I just couldn't connect with the other backing. If u know what I mean. cool.gif

Thanks for your time
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Aug 21 2012, 10:07 AM) *
Thanks, I appreciate your attitude. Well, my main goal is to be a really solid rock guitarist, and I also love how expressive the blues are.
So anything rock or blues would be great.

I just couldn't connect with the other backing. If u know what I mean. cool.gif

Thanks for your time

Cool! So I have a new track for you it's a rock shuffle style!
Standard Blues progression but a little heavier! smile.gif
http://soundcloud.com/alex-feather-akimov/rockshuffle

I would like to start with you finding out the chord progression! smile.gif
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Aug 22 2012, 09:35 AM) *
Cool! So I have a new track for you it's a rock shuffle style!
Standard Blues progression but a little heavier! smile.gif
http://soundcloud.com/alex-feather-akimov/rockshuffle

I would like to start with you finding out the chord progression! smile.gif



Hi Alex, thanks, backing sounds great fun.... Sound like Amin at this stage but I only had a quick listen

I am just about to get on a plane to travel interstate for work, I will be gone for a week, so i'll get started on this then.

Thanks Mate cool.gif
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Aug 22 2012, 10:49 AM) *
Hi Alex, thanks, backing sounds great fun.... Sound like Amin at this stage but I only had a quick listen

I am just about to get on a plane to travel interstate for work, I will be gone for a week, so i'll get started on this then.

Thanks Mate cool.gif

Sounds great! I am glad you like the backing track!!! We will have a lot of fun playing over it! smile.gif
Have fun at your work and let me know when you are back! smile.gif
Alex Feather
Hello! I just wanted to check on you and see if you have any questions or need help with anything?
JaxN4
QUOTE (Alex Feather @ Aug 24 2012, 01:55 PM) *
Sounds great! I am glad you like the backing track!!! We will have a lot of fun playing over it! smile.gif
Have fun at your work and let me know when you are back! smile.gif



Ok Alex, I am back from a lil holiday and ready to get into this backing. So the backing is a standard 12 bar blues in A min. Which would then make the chords all min7 right?

Amin7
Dmin7
Emin7

??

And can you help me learn some rock licks? Perhaps if you can post a lick, i will work on it and post my take of the lick?

Thanks Mate smile.gif
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Aug 31 2012, 03:45 AM) *
Ok Alex, I am back from a lil holiday and ready to get into this backing. So the backing is a standard 12 bar blues in A min. Which would then make the chords all min7 right?

Amin7
Dmin7
Emin7

??

And can you help me learn some rock licks? Perhaps if you can post a lick, i will work on it and post my take of the lick?

Thanks Mate smile.gif

Happy to have you back! smile.gif You are absolutely correct about the chords! smile.gif
Here is one of my lessons called 15 blues licks
http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/15-Blues-Licks/
It contains 15 licks in style of blues try it out those licks can be useful in any style of music and very fun to play!
Let me know what you think! smile.gif
JaxN4
Hey that's a Great Lesson, I like it alot. I will get working on that... and i will post some progress of it when i have it sounding good....

And I will also get working on the backing track you gave me....

Thanks again
Alex Feather
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Sep 4 2012, 10:09 AM) *
Hey that's a Great Lesson, I like it alot. I will get working on that... and i will post some progress of it when i have it sounding good....

And I will also get working on the backing track you gave me....

Thanks again

Awesome! Sounds great! I am looking forward to hear your take!
Let me know if you have any questions or ned help with anything!
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