great andrew! Very useful for beginners
Great! This series is just awesome!
Fantastic Love this series Andrew
excellent! Well done Andrew!
You make it clear as water Andrew - killer stuff as usual!
Great stuff Andrew!
Keep them coming , I see this as a must have lesson series for any beginner - excellent concept.
This series is great
Another great lesson Andrew, well done. Editing is good, and so is explaining.
This is great work Andrew ! This lesson is particularity important and easy to understand for every beginner!!
Reading music notation is definately a useful skill. Keep on doing this series!
Keep the good work up Andrew! Thnx
awesome as always andrew!!!
excellent Andrew .very helpful for beginners
Andrew and this series rules
Well done Andrew!
VEry useful Andrew!!
Thanks for this!
always informative killer lessons from you
great concept for those starting out
how about a lesson on GP5 for beginners?
hint, hint...nudge, nudge
Always entertaining to watch your videos Andrew. No matter how advanced you are it's always great to have a nice clear explanation, keep up the awesome work!
When he puts the A Minor Pentatonic scale in tab form it shows to play the E 6th String on the 5th tab, but when I tried to find out where he was starting out from on lesson 4 and started counting the scale (as in E open, so that means first fret would be F, second fret would be F#, third fret G minor, etc). I didn't get the 5th fret at A, I got the 5th fret at G#. So am I counting wrong?
Another awesome lesson, I can't say I'm surprised !
Sorry for the late reply -
0 (open) - E
1 - F
2 - F#
3 - G
4 - G#
5 - A
So yes, the 5th fret is in fact A.
les step:5 0:46
i cant really play a 3nd note lol and it says 2h not 3h