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* Join my next video chat! GMC startpage holds a video chat schedule. We always cover a lot of ground and have fun. Remember that you don't need any previous knowledge, and you can be passive in the chat.

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Thanks Gab cool.gif

Current backing used to get chords/patterns/scales etc to be second nature.

https://youtu.be/kKFxhynU_m4


A7 dominant chord root on 6th. Move shape to get chord required.


A7 Arpeggio. Move shape to match root of chord.


A7 Triad #1


A7 Triad #2

D7 dominant chord root on 5th. Move shape to get chord required.


A minor pentatonic Scale:

A Major Pentatonic Scale


D7 arpeggio.
Not yet given

D7 Triads:
Not yet given

My current lesson for REC, taking it casually:
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Poor_Man_Blues_Solo/


Gab https://youtu.be/N8OJsNlv1c0

Robben Ford https://youtu.be/xhv0xhPpzP4

Solo and rhythm https://youtu.be/OoE0PQNjW9Q


Soft touch video.
https://youtu.be/ixcfVBdsV9I

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Jun 6 2019, 08:45 PM
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Current priority getting ear better.

https://youtu.be/p-Cgvzn3m2U



Current backing tracks in A used to get chords/patterns/scales etc to be second nature.

https://youtu.be/nRFFk7pcOPs


https://youtu.be/kKFxhynU_m4


https://youtu.be/W4PVuIAIs-A


A7 dominant chord root on 6th. Move shape to get chord required.


A Major Pentatonic Scale


A7 Arpeggio. Move shape to match root of chord.


A7 Triad #1


A7 Triad #2

D7 dominant chord root on 5th. Move shape to get chord required.


A minor pentatonic Scale:


D7 arpeggio.
Not yet given

D7 Triads:
Not yet given

My current lesson for REC, taking it casually:
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Poor_Man_Blues_Solo/


Gab https://youtu.be/N8OJsNlv1c0

Robben Ford https://youtu.be/xhv0xhPpzP4

Solo and rhythm https://youtu.be/OoE0PQNjW9Q


Soft touch video.
https://youtu.be/ixcfVBdsV9I

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Jun 11 2019, 08:24 PM
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Current priority getting ear better.

https://youtu.be/p-Cgvzn3m2U


Try jamming with Paul and Nathan to get ideas.

https://youtu.be/xYpzAw0IiCM



Current backing tracks in A used to get chords/patterns/scales etc to be second nature.

https://youtu.be/nRFFk7pcOPs


https://youtu.be/kKFxhynU_m4


https://youtu.be/W4PVuIAIs-A


A7 dominant chord root on 6th. Move shape to get chord required.


A Major Pentatonic Scale


A7 Arpeggio. Move shape to match root of chord.


A7 Triad #1


A7 Triad #2

D7 dominant chord root on 5th. Move shape to get chord required.


A minor pentatonic Scale:


D7 arpeggio.
Not yet given

D7 Triads:
Not yet given

My current lesson for REC, taking it casually:
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Poor_Man_Blues_Solo/


Gab https://youtu.be/N8OJsNlv1c0

Robben Ford https://youtu.be/xhv0xhPpzP4

Solo and rhythm https://youtu.be/OoE0PQNjW9Q


Soft touch video.
https://youtu.be/ixcfVBdsV9I

You are at GuitarMasterClass.net


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Don't miss today's free blues, jazz & country licks. Plus all our lessons are packed with free content!


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Jul 15 2019, 09:06 PM
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Current priority getting ear better.

https://youtu.be/p-Cgvzn3m2U


Try jamming with Paul and Nathan to get ideas.

https://youtu.be/xYpzAw0IiCM



Current backing tracks in A used to get chords/patterns/scales etc to be second nature.

https://youtu.be/nRFFk7pcOPs


https://youtu.be/kKFxhynU_m4


https://youtu.be/W4PVuIAIs-A


A7 dominant chord root on 6th. Move shape to get chord required.


A Major Pentatonic Scale


A7 Arpeggio. Move shape to match root of chord.


A7 Triad #1


A7 Triad #2

D7 dominant chord root on 5th. Move shape to get chord required.


A minor pentatonic Scale:


D7 arpeggio.
Not yet given

D7 Triads:
Not yet given

LESSON FOR REC
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/blues_...ntasy_in_g-min/

Gab https://youtu.be/N8OJsNlv1c0

Robben Ford https://youtu.be/xhv0xhPpzP4

Solo and rhythm https://youtu.be/OoE0PQNjW9Q


Soft touch video 1.
https://youtu.be/ixcfVBdsV9I


Soft touch video 2.
https://youtu.be/wsEHi1wykkc

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https://youtu.be/kKFxhynU_m4


https://youtu.be/4y7u1FtMCdk


A7 dominant chord root on 6th. (Move shape to get chord required.)


A Major Pentatonic Scale



D7 (IV) dominant chord root on 5th. (Move shape to get chord required.)


And learn this variation for minor Pentatonic which I suggest trying over IV chord.



E7 (V) dominant chord root on 5th. (Move shape to get chord required.)


Learn this E Dominant Arpeggio shape (C shape from CAGED System): (To be played over V chord)



LESSON FOR REC
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/blues_...ntasy_in_g-min/

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https://youtu.be/kKFxhynU_m4


https://youtu.be/4y7u1FtMCdk




Gab's ideas:
https://soundcloud.com/gmcphil-1/phil-sample

LESSON FOR REC
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/bluesr...hantasying-min/

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Swapping about to keep it fresh.

Currently putting the blues improv in second priority and doing it for 15 minutes at the end of each session due to not having many ideas and/or licks in my head. Concentrating now on the lesson for REC which was only a casual thing until now.

LESSON FOR REC
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/bluesr...hantasying-min/

Blues improv material:

https://youtu.be/xVCPeG6phqk?t=145 Go to 2:30 if using the embedded player.


https://youtu.be/kKFxhynU_m4


https://youtu.be/4y7u1FtMCdk




Gab's ideas:
https://soundcloud.com/gmcphil-1/phil-sample

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Nov 3 2019, 08:32 PM
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To try to build my licks for improvising we are studying the following lesson:

30 Beginners blues riffs

As a secondary lesson when extra time is available we are looking at this lesson:

SRV Chordal Licks

When the 30 beginners licks is complete we will work on the SRV-Chordal licks as the main lesson and pick a supplementary lesson to practise when time allows working towards it being the main lesson when the SRV chordal lesson is complete.

Practise 12 bar bass rhythm to improve timing, 36-48 bars per evening, record and post in main mentoring thread once per week for Gab to critique. A D A A D D A A E D A A

At the end of session, time allowing, practise dominant 7 chords with lead fills trying to follow the chords and use suitable scale for each. A7 (A major pent), D7 (modified minor pent), E7 (modifed minor pent or arpeggio). See above for further info.

When time allows or if not "feeling" the session, try to catch up with Todd's Quick Licks and also move forward in Bootcamp.

No doubt there will be transitional technique lessons when the main lesson shows a weakness. These will be added as and when Gab feels I need to concentrate on a particular technique..

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To try to build my licks for improvising we are studying the following lesson:

30 Beginners blues riffs

As a secondary lesson when extra time is available we are looking at this lesson:

SRV Chordal Licks

When the 30 beginners licks is complete we will work on the SRV-Chordal licks as the main lesson and pick a supplementary lesson to practise when time allows working towards it being the main lesson when the SRV chordal lesson is complete.

Practise 12 bar bass rhythm to improve timing, 36-48 bars per evening, record and post in main mentoring thread once per week for Gab to critique. A D A A D D A A E D A A

Keep up with Quick Licks (COMPLETED UNTIL THEY COME BACK)

MY CURRENT BOOTCAMP LESSON

Latest Bootcamp submission

At the end of session, time allowing, practise dominant 7 chords with lead fills trying to follow the chords and use suitable scale for each. A7 (A major pent), D7 (modified minor pent), E7 (modifed minor pent or arpeggio). See above for further info.

When time allows or if not "feeling" the session, try to catch up with Todd's Quick Licks and also move forward in Bootcamp.

No doubt there will be transitional technique lessons when the main lesson shows a weakness. These will be added as and when Gab feels I need to concentrate on a particular technique..

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Feb 23 2020, 06:34 PM
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Currently working on SRV Chordal Licks as discussed due to 30 riffs being a bit too MONSTER and some other issues.

Practise 12 bar bass rhythm to improve timing, 36-48 bars per evening, record and post in main mentoring thread once per week for Gab to critique. A D A A D D A A E D A A

At the end of the session, time allowing, practise dominant 7 chords with lead fills trying to follow the chords and use suitable scale for each. A7 (A major pent), D7 (modified minor pent), E7 (modified minor pent or arpeggio). See above for further info.

When time allows or if not "feeling" the session, try to move forward in Bootcamp.

No doubt there will be transitional technique lessons when the main lesson shows a weakness. These will be added as and when Gab feels I need to concentrate on a particular technique.

You are at GuitarMasterClass.net


Don't miss today's free lick. Plus all our lessons are packed with free content!

Don't miss today's free blues, jazz & country licks. Plus all our lessons are packed with free content!


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Currently working on SRV Chordal Licks as discussed due to 30 riffs being a bit too MONSTER and some other issues.

Practise moving these chord shapes up and down the neck to train fingers not to slide out of position.

7#9 (root on 5th string)


7 Triad (root on 4th string)


Practise 12 bar bass rhythm to improve timing, 36-48 bars per evening, record and post in main mentoring thread once per week for Gab to critique. A D A A D D A A E D A A

At the end of the session, time allowing, practise dominant 7 chords with lead fills trying to follow the chords and use suitable scale for each. A7 (A major pent), D7 (modified minor pent), E7 (modified minor pent or arpeggio). See above for further info.

When time allows or if not "feeling" the session, try to move forward in Bootcamp.

No doubt there will be transitional technique lessons when the main lesson shows a weakness. These will be added as and when Gab feels I need to concentrate on a particular technique.

You are at GuitarMasterClass.net


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Don't miss today's free blues, jazz & country licks. Plus all our lessons are packed with free content!


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REHABILITATION WORK

Warm up work: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Triplets-Exercise/

Main lesson: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/SlowBluesinAMinor/

Casual lesson: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/picnic-panic/

Work on ideas for my song idea.

Lyrics:

Today has nearly gone and
Tomorrow’s nearly come,
Yesterday seems oh so long ago.

Days just disappear and turn into a year
Suddenly it’s time to say goodbye,
Enjoy each other and the time you have now
Till the day comes when you’re gonna have to cry

No matter what I try
My life is flashing by,
I just can’t seem to make it go slow.

Days just disappear and turn into a year
Suddenly it’s time to say goodbye,
Enjoy each other and the time you have now
Till the day comes when you’re gonna have to cry

Too much stuff to do
Not enough time with you,
Find time to be happy, not sad.

Days just disappear and turn into a year
Suddenly it’s time to say goodbye,
Enjoy each other and the time you have now
Till the day comes when you’re gonna have to cry

Before our time is done
We should try and have more fun,
Live for now not wish that we had.

Days just disappear and turn into a year
Suddenly it’s time to say goodbye,
Enjoy each other and the time you have now
Till the day comes when you’re gonna have to cry
Till the day comes when you’re gonna have to cry
Till the day comes when you’re gonna have to cry


I originally had a kind of Achey Breaky Heart groove in my head.

Now I'm thinking a kind of Hurt Myself by Johnny Cash vibe.

I guess over time we could try both. It's only for fun and experience.

https://youtu.be/8AHCfZTRGiI


Reference threads here:
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...st&p=780374
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...st&p=780452
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...st&p=780517
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...st&p=780569
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...st&p=780590
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...st&p=780669

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Post rehab, neck/shoulder issue is very nearly fixed so don't over do it.

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...t-that-shuffle/

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Post rehab, neck/shoulder issue is very nearly fixed so don't over do it.

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...t-that-shuffle/


Time to get back into bootcamp, injury much better, still need strength work, can lift a guitar above shoulder with straight right arm, can barely lift with left.

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...0&start=220

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Warm up: Hand stretches with Todd's video:
https://youtu.be/POvVMNdc6Tg


Warm up 2: Play blues shuffle lesson a couple of times trying to improve groove.

Work on current Todds Bootcamp. https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/wiki/inde...%9D_-_Lesson_32

Blues masterclass to work on over a long time a little bit each day https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Blues-Dynamics/ also work on improving GP file along with Gab's assistance. INCLUDING PICKING DIRECTIONS

Support Lesson https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/PoorManBluesSolo/ also work on improving GP file along with Gab's assistance. INCLUDING PICKING DIRECTIONS

Questions/video to Gab

If time allows, improvise over a random backing track or mix up a current lesson with my own flavours.

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