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29 Nov 2007
Muris, how are you..? - thank you very much for your great lessons... they're always inspiring and have great content, feel, and musicality in them.

i wanted to contact you because i wanted to know from your perspective what is the thing or things that you believe help one the most to learn to improvise...

i have a bunch of melodies in my head and i can hum them when i hear a chord progression, but my hands are still very slow and i feel lost to know where to begin playing on the guitar....

i'm assuming that you can see or visualize patterns on the fretboard very easily, right....? is that what helps you..?

is it that you know all the scale degrees perfectly all over the fretboard... ? or that you know all the notes exactly where they are...?

at the moment what i'm doing to learn to improvise is learning different lessons from GMC with different licks and then i find the relationship of that lick with the chord on the background... and that way i start categorizing what licks i can use with minor chords,... what others i can use with dominant chords, etc...

am I on the right path but just have to be patient, or do you have a smarter method...?

how did you do it..?

thanks man...!

31 Oct 2007
Gabriel, how you doing man... i really like the way you play, and was very surprised about how you played Y.Malmsteen lesson... i wanna play like that..!

so i wanted to ask for your advise..

i just quit my job and saved enough money so i can just focus on practicing all day long for 1 full year... maybe more if i just eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches... smile.gif but i would like to know from your view, what's the best way to use my time and what to practice daily so in a year i can see tremendous results..

i am kinda beginner, but not too beginner...

I want to be able to improvise really well and eventually be able to also know the fretboard so well that any idea that i got in my mind i can play it and use that to create more interesting music...

what do you suggest..?

if you were in my shoes and you were kinda beginner, how would you use this time to get to where you are now..?

Thanks a lot man,

''Jhonny La Chingas..''
26 Oct 2007
This is my first time using this site and i'm loving it..!

thank you very, very mucho (from Mexico) for the great help you're bringing to all of us who love music...

i have two quick questions...

there's so many great videos that i want to be practicing (alternating from one to the other) in small series...

***So i wanted to know if there's a way one can 'select' the videos as 'favorites' or something like that, so one can then just jump to that list and then keep adding more and so on as i learn them...

***The other question is: are there any videos under Funk style out there... perhaps also Funk rhythm..?

Thanks again for all the great videos available... there's enough for years of practice..! :-)
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