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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Sep 24 2015, 06:44 PM


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QUOTE (MisterM @ Sep 24 2015, 04:36 PM) *
Original lesson: Classic Funk by Javier Aviles

Hi GMC

I Gave the best of myself.




Very good MisterM!

Good job. I liked the dry sound of your guitar, it added to your picking pressing increases the impact of the chord. You did a good job in both, the chords and the solo phrase.

Overall very good, good rhythm, good groove.

You're a Funkyman!
Thank you for working my video.

I will add your video to my youtube channel.
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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Apr 20 2015, 06:48 PM


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Hi MisterM,
Now this much better in the rhythmic aspect, only I give you a tip: hitting the strings with your right hand to give more beat, the "death" notes create rhythm in the silences of music.
More feeling in your playing.
Gracias amigo!
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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Apr 8 2015, 05:23 PM


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First of all, thank you, MisterM!
I'm glad you're brave to record your videos, and that you like mine. I like to see the different approach that you give to my song.

I agree with Ben, Darius and Gabriel about the things that can make it sound even more expressive.

You play very softly, you need picking from soft to harder and then will increase your dynamics. Also I miss a little more groove, the notes you play are as important as those that do not play, silence and death notes are essential in the groove, work it!

For me dynamic, vibrato and groove are essentials to play with feeling, work it!

I add this video on my youtube channel...
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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Feb 19 2015, 06:26 PM


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Hi Jacob.
Glad to have another guitarist who plays blues and rock within gmc.
I hope enjoying with your videos and improve with you.
Welcome mate.

Me alegra tener otro guitarrista que controla el blues y rock dentro de gmc.
Espero disfrutar de tus vídeos y mejorar contigo.
Bienvenido compañero.
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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Jan 21 2015, 11:47 AM


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QUOTE (MisterM @ Jan 20 2015, 06:01 PM) *
Original lesson: Double Stop Soul II by Javier Aviles

I'm sorry the other video Double stop corrupted
This video is ok

Thank you GMC



Links to previous attempts at this lesson:
http://guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_forum/...showtopic=53752


First, your guitar is beautiful!
The sound is very good, perfect for this song.
I like your way of playing, you've given rhythm, groove, which is most important to give feeling.
Glad you're done, very proud of your work.
Greetings!

Lo primero, hermosa guitarra, es preciosa!
El sonido es muy bueno, ideal para ésta canción.
Me gusta tu forma de tocarlo, le has dado ritmo, groove, que es lo más importante para darle feeling.
Me alegra que lo hayas hecho, muy orgulloso de tu trabajo.
Saludos!
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Javier Aviles
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QUOTE (SoundShapingDotCom @ Jun 12 2014, 06:04 PM) *
Original lesson: Double Stop Soul by Javier Aviles

Hi Guys,

Here's my take of this beautiful Soul guitar lesson. Thanks and keep 'm coming Javier!

btw, I tune in D

Thanks for your comments and suggestions.



Hello friend. What a pleasant surprise.
First I congratulate you on your music arrangements.
I like that you did as you see it, personally. I like your sound, the neck pickup on your guitar, sounds different. I like your pronounced vibratos and your feeling. I like the way you've solved the sweeping chord FMajor7. I have nothing to correct you, I prefer a version that an imitation.

I add it to "favorite videos" in my youtube channel ...

Thanks!!
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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Jan 28 2014, 12:27 PM


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QUOTE (huargo @ Jan 27 2014, 05:21 PM) *
Original lesson: Double Stop Ballad by Javier Aviles

a break in my routine to learn this amazing song!
thanks Javier.





Vaya sorpresa me has dado Huargo!
Me alegra oír esta canción en manos de otro gran guitarrista como tú. Aunque suena diferente, eso me gusta porque le has dado tu personalidad, que para mí es más importante que tocarla exactamente como yo. La música tiene vida propia y cada intérprete debe hacerla suya.
Solo hecho en falta los armónicos del 0:56, comprendo que lo habrás hecho por falta de sustain y volumen en la ganancia de tu sonido. Y también he notado esa septima mayor del final, que también le da tu punto personal.
Gracias por tu tiempo en aprender esta canción.
Un abrazo!

What a surprise you gave me Huargo!
Glad to hear this song in the hands of another great guitarist like you. Although it sounds different, I like that because you have given your personality, which is more important to me to touch exactly like me. Music has its own life and every performer must make their own way.
I miss harmonics 0:56, I understand that it must have done for not having enough volume to sustain and gain your sound. And I've also noticed that major seventh note at the end, it also gives you a personal point.
Thanks for your time to learn this song.
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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Mar 8 2013, 01:50 PM


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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Mar 8 2013, 09:01 AM) *
Today we have the honor to present...



Darius Wave

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Darius will supercharge your chops and mind - starting from today with his Heavy Funkin' Soloing.

Welcome to GMC Darius - I am a fan of your playing as well as your relaxed attitude and charismatic performances. I am very much looking forward to learning from you!



Wellcome to GMC "Darius", greetings from Spain!

Bienvenido a GMC, saludos desde España!

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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Jan 26 2013, 02:20 PM


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jan 26 2013, 10:14 AM) *
Thanks for coming in Javier - you seem like the guy that knows his thing with the slide! biggrin.gif


You're welcome.
In GMC's why there are so many teachers, each specializes in some techniques.
Slide, like all techniques just needs time ...
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Posted on: Jan 25 2013, 10:38 PM


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QUOTE (Jessy @ Jan 23 2013, 09:03 PM) *
Hello Stéphane,
Je travaille ton cours http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Bottleneck-Blues-Rock/.
J'ai quelques zones d'ombre alors je me permets de venir ici pour te poser quelques questions.

1) Le riff que tu fais sous entends un accord de D n'est ce pas ? Alors pourquoi est ce qu'on joue en Dm pentatonique ?

2) Si j'harmonise et que je cherche les accords correspondants à Dm j'ai : F7M / Gm7 / Am7 / A#7M / C7/ "Dm7" / Em7/5b
Si j'harmonise et que je cherche les accords correspondants à D j'ai : "D7M" / Em7 / F#m7 / G7M / A7/ Bm7 / C#m7/5b

Si je ne me trompe pas comment fais tu pour trouver un pont avec Bm - C - G - G ??? (D'ailleurs tu mets sous ta vidéo de présentation que c'est " B" - C - G - G .....) .J'aimerais comprendre comment tu as fais.

3) Ensuite sur le Pont, dès le Bm tu rajoutes les notes F# et B (qui ne sont pas dans la gamme de Dm penta blues =>D/F/G/G#/A/C ). C'est bien une triade de Bm n'est ce pas ?

4) Au niveau du jeu au bottleneck je galère pour faire sonner que la note jouée et ne pas entendre les autres cordes. J'ai tendance à arrêter les notes avec les doigts de ma main droite mais sur tes vidéos tu as la main droite fermée. Comment fais tu ?

Merci beaucoup.
Bye



Hellow, I do not speak French but I'll answer with google translator.
Hi I'am Javier and I have a video with SLIDE http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Slide-Rock/

My secret to mute the other strings when you play just one is to use your right hand palm muting after playing each note with the pick. Go slow at first but something patience.
Another thing that helps is often the slide lift and separate the strings every note, this is more difficult, I know.
Another thing is to choose the right scale with the bottleneck, try to avoid inclined intervelos between strings, I mean touching the scale may vertical interval and horizontal movements. Need some theory to explain, but I will in future videos for GMC not worry. You have to change the way you play the scales.
One trick to correct this is to use a more low frequecy sound, I select the treble pickup and put tone pot down.
Another way to help is to use a porcelain or glass bottleneck, something that sounds drowning.

Hope that helps. Greetings!

Espero verte en mis próximos videos de Slide!!!!!!!!!!!

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Javier Aviles
Posted on: Jan 24 2013, 02:57 PM


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QUOTE (The Professor @ Jan 24 2013, 11:27 AM) *
Thanks for the intro!

Looking forward to meeting more forum members and getting into some fun guitar theory discussions.


If you've got a question go ahead and start a thread, reply to an existing thread or message me and we'll get you the info you need.


Rock on!



WELLCOME MATT!
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Javier Aviles
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QUOTE (elmir050 @ Jan 6 2013, 03:02 PM) *
Hello GMC,
I am new here and I am looking forward to improve my guitar playing. I am especially interested in blues, classic rock and jazz. I've been playing guitar for almost 3 years but I only improved in my first year of playing. I just got my first electric guitar. What would you suggest me to improve my soloing? I want to be able to play solos from songs on guitar easily, improvise a bit and understand how scales work. Thank you.

Elmir.


Hello. My advice is to do everything at once. Improve chords, technique and improvisation with scales. Do not want to take much, just a little of each and work it well: a few chords, the two basic scales (major and pentatonic) and one or two techniques at a time. When you improve is indicated that you learn a new chord and another technique, and so again and again ... The main thing is to play a lot, get the music of your favorite bands and learns to play his songs (in a simple way), that you will advance ... And of course, you can also follow my videos ...
Greetings!
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Javier Aviles
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QUOTE (kxt5542 @ Jan 6 2013, 02:40 AM) *
Im new on here... i play accoustic, more slow stuff than heavy. Learned how to play guitar from nirvana unplugged, and right now im attempting to play ed sheeran a team or guns n roses patience... but those are the types of songs i like. Or oldies like Eagles or beatles. Which instructor could help me the most ? Thanks smile.gif


Hellow friend. I am a professor at GMC quite recently and I can only offer one of my videos Visit My Website where you can learn how to use the hybrid picking technique in acoustic guitar, which is playing with fingers and pick the strings.
I am a Beatles fan like you, I take note and will soon prepare a video for your acoustic needs. Welcome!
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Javier Aviles
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QUOTE (bubblebeat @ Dec 31 2012, 01:32 AM) *
Hi there,

My name is lo and I have recently joined the community.

I have been playing guitar on and off for many years. Played with various bands, from rock covers (RHCP, RATM, GnR, Metallica, Stones, etc...) to drum and bass/electronica stuff.

My 2.5 years old twins are finally giving me enough spare time so I ca grab my guitars again, exciting times.

I've never really studied the guitar nor had lessons before but now is the time for a fresh start and I have found already some great tutorials.

I broke my left wrist in a motorbike accident last year and my main focus right now is to get it back to "shape".

Anyways, I'm glad I joined, it is a good place to be wink.gif

Cheers.

PS: any instructors in Australia's time zone?



Wellcome... 'bubblebeat'
I hope my videos help to improve ... Ask what you do not understand ...
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Javier Aviles
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QUOTE (Ben Higgins @ Dec 28 2012, 12:05 PM) *
I would say that most of us here have a particular style or genre that we spend most of our time playing in. We might describe ourselves as a rock guitar player, metal, blues, jazz etc..

However, if you were to play another style of music other than your 'main style' what would it be and why ?

I could see myself really getting into ambient, textured landscape type music.. with minimal percussion and ethereal atmosphere smile.gif As for the reason why - well, I think this type of stuff just flows very naturally and you only have to pick up your guitar, pluck a few chordal arpeggios and you've got something to play with straight away.

I remember seeing this old film called Southern Comfort with music by Ry Cooder and it was so atmospheric. It made me grab a slide, turn all the bass up on my amp and the treble waaaay down and get some boomy atmospheric stuff goin' ! That was years ago but it got me more interested in conjuring up atmospheres.



Very interesting reflection Ben ...
I play guitar because it comes naturally and easily, but let me make a confession: I'm not a guitarist! I do not feel guitarist!
When I tell that to my guitar students, they say I'm crazy, they dont understand as I can say that. But I tell you that I'm a musician more than a guitarist.
What I really enjoy is composing symphonic music for movie soundtracks. I studied piano at the conservatory and is the instrument fills me most, I think the most complete to express music. And after that I really like the section of violins, violas, cellos and basses in a classical orchestra is what makes me feel in another world.
I enjoy composing classical music, I enjoy playing the piano. The guitar whenever I like less ...
And like you, I enjoy when I hear a musical texture, as if time stopped and you feel like floating.

Music is music over styles and instruments!
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Javier Aviles
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QUOTE (ConnorGilks @ Dec 30 2012, 02:18 AM) *
Well, I suppose it's not a dilemma by definition... but I'm having trouble deciding on something. Let me explain...

For the past few years I had worked hybrid picking into my playing quite naturally over time (never really practiced it, just got quite good at it quite quick while goofing around), and I do pull it out on occasion to pull off some cool/unique licks or just to get a certain sound.

I feel like there's a lot more cool stuff I can do with it when it comes to licks and unique approaches to the guitar, but the reason I don't use it more is because I don't like the sound. Now, I do use hybrid picking because I feel that twang and aggression is necessary sometimes, so that's when I use it of course. But on the other hand I see guys like Brett Garsed, Guthrie Govan and Marshall Harrison that have amazing hybrid picking technique, where you don't get the twang, it's just a very soft attack.

Now of course I know it's partly the tone they use, but it's mostly technique from what I've heard from Harrison and Garsed. So here's my question, do I practice both types of hybrid picking where all the notes are uniform (same volume and attack, without the twang) and the aggressive country style hybrid picking, or should I just use a pick for the licks where I want an even sound? It's a bit tougher, but it's a much more even tone if I use a pick. It just requires more dexterity with my picking hand when it comes to playing the same licks.

Thoughts?


Originally the guitar was played with the fingers, not with the pick. The electric guitar and modern techniques have changed that. But I think the pure music, classical, acoustic, no amps, is the most human sounding. I think using the hybrid picking give our instrument achieves a more human expression. I use it almost always helps me feel closer to my guitar, more in touch with her. How do you play it? As you want. When should you use it? When you feel like. The important thing is to get a personal sound of the guitar at all times. No rules, feel free to do so or not.
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Javier Aviles
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Fayeed Tan
As I have written in your first lesson, you are clean, fast and expressive.
I like your playing.
Welcome and greetings from Spain!
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Javier Aviles
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QUOTE (JaxN4 @ Aug 29 2012, 10:48 AM) *
Welcome.

What an amazing and Impressive Artist you are... Brilliant Skills.... ohmy.gif

I can only imagine the excellent and unique lessons you will send our way.

Cheers cool.gif


Thank you JaxN4. I hope my lessons bring something new to what we already offer the excellent group of teachers who are in GMC.

QUOTE (Piotr Kaczor @ Aug 29 2012, 11:29 AM) *
Completely agree with JaxN4! Your skills are amazing. Great to have you here. Welcome to GMC, Javier! smile.gif


Piotr, thanks. I like your melody and sound. Your solo in "Guitar loves piano 6" is great!

QUOTE (Fran @ Aug 29 2012, 11:34 AM) *
Welcome Javier cool.gif


Thank you Fran. Gracias!
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QUOTE (flamen @ Aug 28 2012, 09:04 PM) *
hey Javier welcome to GMC!

flamen, thanks. I like being part of gmc...

QUOTE (Blister @ Aug 28 2012, 10:37 PM) *
Welcome to GMC, Javier! smile.gif

That is a great intro video & first lesson! You certainly have a lot to share with us & I'm looking forward to it!

GMC just keeps getting better! smile.gif

Gary


Gary, thanks for your words of welcome. I hope to meet your expectations in the next videos.

QUOTE (Sinisa Cekic @ Aug 28 2012, 11:25 PM) *
Welcome to the site, man smile.gif ! Great skills, I hope you'll show us a lot more, excellent video !!


Hello friend Sinisa. I have a background in blues bands, and I especially like your turnarounds / endings videos. Thanks for the welcome!

QUOTE (AK Rich @ Aug 29 2012, 12:04 AM) *
Greetings Javier and welcome to GMC. That was a great intro as well as first lesson. I love that technique,one I would definately like to work on.

Rich...


Rich, this is a simple slap lesson to start, I will be doing next slap videos more complicated! Thanks...

QUOTE (casinostrat @ Aug 29 2012, 12:18 AM) *
Welcome to GMC! Great intro video and first lesson! smile.gif


casino... thanks for your words. As you say, it's all practice... Greetings!

QUOTE (derper @ Aug 29 2012, 12:31 AM) *
Welcome Javier! Glad to see another Parker fan on GMC! I absolutely love my 97 Parker Nitefly, especially for the carbon composite neck/high steel frets. Plays like nothing else, and I hope to get a deluxe someday perhaps. I just converted mine, and added a gibson 335 neck pickup and it sounds amazing for what I play.


You have a very interesting and diverse style. I look forward to seeing more from you, in various styles.


derper, glad to find another fan of guitars PARKER. I do not understand why they have such a bad press, but since I found my Deluxe, I found my ultimate guitar. I think Gibson and Fender are the most authentic in sound and tradition, and I have it, but for me Parker is comfort and versatility. See you!

QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Aug 29 2012, 03:54 AM) *
Welcome to GMC! Great Vid smile.gif Can't wait to check out more of your stuff!

Todd


Hello Todd! Thanks for your wellcome. It's good to be next to guitarists as well and technical as all that you are part of GMC. I hope to bring something to your personal growth as a musician and also learn from you, especially your speed and cleaning in alternate picking. Greetings!
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QUOTE (DeGroot @ Aug 28 2012, 07:35 PM) *
Hello Javier,

Wonderful introductory video. Looking forward to learning a lot from your lessons!


DeGroot, Thanks. I hope to make lessons interesting for you.
Now you can try with first slap lesson.
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QUOTE (TreyDeschamp @ Aug 28 2012, 01:18 PM) *
Welcome to GMC Javier!


TreyDeschamp, thanks. I hope to see you again on my video lessons!

QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Aug 28 2012, 01:55 PM) *
Amazing intro video!! Bienvenido Javier!! I'm sure that you will add a lot to the site. smile.gif


Gracias Gabriel. La canción de tu video introductorio también es genial y en la producción de la canción has conseguido un sonido potente de tu gibson. Espero poder enseñarte algo y aprender igualmente de tu manera de tocar la guitarra. Nos vemos.

Thanks Gabriel. The song in your introductory video is also a great, and also like the production of the song, you get powerful sound of your gibson. I hope to teach you something and also learn how to play your guitar. See you.
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Thanks to all!
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QUOTE (Sensible Jones @ Aug 28 2012, 10:10 AM) *
Welcome to GMC Javier! Great first Lesson, I look forward to more!!
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hello Jones, thanks for the welcome. Hope to see you in my next lesson. Enjoy!

QUOTE (PosterBoy @ Aug 28 2012, 10:24 AM) *
Hi Javier

Nice to have you here


Thanks Posterboy. I hope you like mi lessons!
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QUOTE (Ben Higgins @ Aug 28 2012, 08:12 AM) *
Welcome to GMC Javier ! I'm very interested in the diverse tips and tricks you have to offer smile.gif


Hellow ben, greetings from Spain...
I also hope to learn from you too, especially your refined technique and your feeling. Clean and fast. Great!

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Thanks, Cosmin and Greetings. As I have answered in the video, I repeat that it is pleasure to be with guitarists as good as you. And I hope to learn from everyone. From you I want to study and works your way to arrange the songs, I feel fantastic, you create a special atmosphere in your creations. Very good composer!
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