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Gabriel Leopardi
post Jul 1 2019, 06:50 PM
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Hello friends!

We are constantly working on new lessons so it's a good idea to ask....

Do you have any lesson requests? smile.gif


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post Jul 1 2019, 09:58 PM
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I don't know how it would work but after watching the video below I think it would be great for some lessons where an instructor could be Paul Gilbert and the student could feed off him.

Maybe it could be a series starting with a single chord jam moving up to full progressions. For beginners a countdown to chord changes would be good, something like "change to D two three four now". The countdown to chord changes could be on the downloadable backing track so students can record over it in their DAW, there could also be backing without the cues to cord changes for when the student is ready.

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post Jul 3 2019, 04:24 PM
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That's a cool idea Phil. I love Paul's approach to phrasing and rhythm. He has become a monster on it in the last years.

I think that this could be a very good idea for Kris Jam School. For now I think that this lesson is the closer to this:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Jam-Sc...ic-Development/

QUOTE (Phil66 @ Jul 1 2019, 05:58 PM) *
Maybe it could be a series starting with a single chord jam moving up to full progressions. For beginners a countdown to chord changes would be good, something like "change to D two three for now". The countdown to chord changes could be on the downloadable backing track so students can record over it in their DAW, there could also be backing without the cues to cord changes for when the student is ready.


Excellent ideas here. Thanks a lot.


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I really hope this can become something Gab, maybe various instructors could give it a go to add different flavours etc. It could be a really really enjoyable aspect to GMC and the closest thing that people who don't have guitar playing friends will get to a call and response jam session. It could be a section all on its own somewhere on GMC in different styles, it would be a great break from normal practise when students are feeling a little bored or are struggling with something and need to cut loose a little cool.gif


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post Jul 4 2019, 01:49 PM
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Yes, we will definitely work on something. Thanks again Phil!!


Any other ideas, concepts, bands or guitarists to cover?


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How about lessons concentrating on using the various scales, penta, major, minor etc but along the neck rather than boxes like Satriani and Vai. Obviously not whole solos but sections of solos.
The series could concentrate on one string first then onto playing across two and onto three.
Two songs that spring to mind using this are Flying In A Blue Dream and For The Love Of God.

I know we can explore these ourselves but not all students are that way inclined and it may just open up avenues for them that encourages them to explore wink.gif

Just some brainstorming ideas for you wink.gif

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Hi,

My ideas:
- more Tony McAlpine,
- pop song in metal style,
- culture club - chameleon

another idea is cover song in 180 degrees:
example is culture club - in blues chameloen version
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While very obscure, I've always wanted a lesson in the style of Psychotic Waltz biggrin.gif





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post Jul 7 2019, 03:37 PM
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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Jul 4 2019, 11:13 AM) *
How about lessons concentrating on using the various scales, penta, major, minor etc but along the neck rather than boxes like Satriani and Vai. Obviously not whole solos but sections of solos.
The series could concentrate on one string first then onto playing across two and onto three.
Two songs that spring to mind using this are Flying In A Blue Dream and For The Love Of God.

I know we can explore these ourselves but not all students are that way inclined and it may just open up avenues for them that encourages them to explore wink.gif

Just some brainstorming ideas for you wink.gif



Great brainstorming Phil!! I like these ideas. smile.gif

QUOTE (Lukasz Drazek @ Jul 7 2019, 07:42 AM) *
Hi,

My ideas:
- more Tony McAlpine,
- pop song in metal style,
- culture club - chameleon

another idea is cover song in 180 degrees:
example is culture club - in blues chameloen version



Cool Lukasz! Thanks mate!

Do you have any example for "pop song in metal style"?



QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jul 7 2019, 07:54 AM) *
While very obscure, I've always wanted a lesson in the style of Psychotic Waltz biggrin.gif






Good idea Cael! Thanks!!


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Do you have any example for "pop song in metal style"?


Hmm,
For example i found havana song

Another idea is go for any very known theme for example: Game Of Thrones

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QUOTE (Lukasz Drazek @ Jul 7 2019, 11:55 AM) *
Hmm,
For example i found havana song

Another idea is go for any very known theme for example: Game Of Thrones



Ah now I got it! I'm not completely sure if we are able to do this due to copyright issues. It's a cool idea but I'll ask Kris about it.


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post Jul 12 2019, 06:40 PM
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Any more requests guys? smile.gif


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post Jul 12 2019, 08:21 PM
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This video is far too advanced for me but, how about lessons covering this kind of thing but starting really simple. The concept starts at 1:00 and his examples start at 2:00

https://youtu.be/f4c0Bt9KmFQ


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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Jul 12 2019, 04:21 PM) *
This video is far too advanced for me but, how about lessons covering this kind of thing but starting really simple. The concept starts at 1:00 and his examples start at 2:00

https://youtu.be/f4c0Bt9KmFQ



That's a great video. I love Paul's approach to Rhythm, and this video is just from the first years when he started to focus on this topics. I've seen him doing amazing rhythm jams on a live clinic here in Buenos Aires the last year.


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There's one from much earlier when he had long hair, it was on VHS video and he trapped out rhythms on his thighs and then played licks in the same rhythm, I have searched for it but can't find it anywhere. sad.gif


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post Jul 14 2019, 07:12 AM
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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Jul 13 2019, 02:10 PM) *
There's one from much earlier when he had long hair, it was on VHS video and he trapped out rhythms on his thighs and then played licks in the same rhythm, I have searched for it but can't find it anywhere. sad.gif



I think that you'll enjoy this:




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Thanks for sharing Gab, that part at 4:43-5:22 ohmy.gif That's it right there, where there's no backing but you can seriously tap your foot to it.

6:47-7:10 brilliant,

9:22-9:35 that's me.


I haven't had chance to watch it all but I will

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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Jul 14 2019, 05:56 AM) *
Thanks for sharing Gab, that part at 4:43-5:22 ohmy.gif That's it right there, where there's no backing but you can seriously tap your foot to it.

6:47-7:10 brilliant,

9:22-9:35 that's me.


I haven't had chance to watch it all but I will

Cheers buddy



He says that he mostly thinks on rhythm and tone when playing. I can really hear it.


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post Jul 21 2019, 09:54 AM
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Hi,

Rythm guitar lesson will be cool, there're not a lot.
And more musical style because currently many are oriented metal or guitar hero or this kind
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Yeah rhythm would be good, I bet a lot of us neglect chords.

Also rhythm and lead combined like this with explanations and suggestions on which notes to play. We've touched on this in my thread but some lessons for REC would be great wink.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoE0PQNjW9Q...eature=youtu.be


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