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20 Oct 2018
I got my first guitar which I still have, a Peavey Bandit Transtube 1st gen (overkill) a Bespeko expression pedal (to control the wah) the Surfin With The Alien tab book, (how hard can it be? Painting by numbers for guitar, oooops) and this pedal. It was awesome to me at the time, I wish I still had it to compare.

http://music-recording.co.uk/amplifiers/ko...sor-003063.html

https://youtu.be/F0hlaPOPQUs


What was your first pedal /setup?
16 Oct 2018
Interesting. John Cuniberti said, "There is a reason why Joe Satriani is so successful. This short film will help you understand why"

https://youtu.be/QwqnNrds-_k


16 Oct 2018
Hello folks,

I've been working with MisterM and Madfish Blues in the thread "Gab Jams Blues With You". MisterM and I got discussing soloing over a backing, both spontaneous and composed. Gab liked the discussion and said GMC are always open to suggestions for lessons. To save cluttering up the jamming thread, maybe we could continue here smile.gif

I've watched this and I think it could help BUT, he was going far too quickly for me. I think covering this veeery slowly could help, maybe concentrating on one particular shape for a long time to get it internalised. Is this something to do with the CAGED system? I get really confused with music theory unsure.gif I have read Andrew Cockburn's CAGED section in the GMC theory forum but personally, I need working examples, videos, demonstrations, homework assignments etc. Really small baby steps too so that it doesn't take a lot out of my already limited practise time.
https://youtu.be/jUycCxd_6GI




I also watched this and was bamboozled wacko.gif

https://youtu.be/JVmeRbqLowI


A lot of the stuff on YouTube seems to race ahead, for me anyway and I spend a lot of time searching and watching only to find that it isn't presented very well. Maybe it's just me overthinking things as usual blink.gif

Cheers
14 Oct 2018
Video from that lovely bloke Paul Glover. What do you all think?

Please subscribe to his channel if you like it, he puts out some great demo videos.

https://youtu.be/pR34CJZlS6M
14 Oct 2018
Which do you prefer? I like the new one

https://youtu.be/P6kj-Ixpil4
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