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David Wallimann
post Feb 8 2008, 02:49 PM
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I want to serve you as best as I can, so please let me know what a perfect lesson would be for you!


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post Feb 8 2008, 02:51 PM
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WOW this is excellent thinking David! laugh.gif I am looking forward to see what response we get!


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post Feb 8 2008, 02:53 PM
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David your lessons are awesome , I don't we can have anything else from them.

Or maybe if you could send your talent thru the video directly to me something like space jam , and I would use it for a month and than I would give it back to u, that would be pretty awesome.

Seriously David your lesson ROCK!


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post Feb 8 2008, 02:56 PM
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I love your lessons David and they always are great fun to play and help me improve. The only thing I'd say is to have the chords come up in every lesson from now. I know you did on the last and a tiny bit bigger if possible like Joe's lessons.

http://www2.guitarmasterclass.net/rhythm-g...r4-bossa-study/

Apart from that I love your lessons smile.gif


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post Feb 8 2008, 03:04 PM
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Some metronome exercises would be cool... exercises on moving scale boxes while using the metronome at different speeds and some metronome rythm lessons would be cool... If the metronome is soo important to use in playing there should be a whole section on using it... beginner, intermediate and advanced metronome exercises.. Im used to playing along with Cds so the metronome is a big mystery to me, even though it does seem like it slows down when i play..


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post Feb 8 2008, 06:02 PM
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Hey David,

I always like your first video where you speak about the lesson, but I would prefer it, if you speak in every video just a bit smile.gif
So for me a perfect lesson would be a 101 spoken lesson wink.gif

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post Feb 8 2008, 06:10 PM
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QUOTE (chast @ Feb 8 2008, 07:02 PM) *
Hey David,

I always like your first video where you speak about the lesson, but I would prefer it, if you speak in every video just a bit smile.gif
So for me a perfect lesson would be a 101 spoken lesson wink.gif

Greets Max


I second that smile.gif a spoken lesson is the perfect lesson.


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post Feb 8 2008, 06:13 PM
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QUOTE (chast @ Feb 8 2008, 06:02 PM) *
Hey David,

I always like your first video where you speak about the lesson, but I would prefer it, if you speak in every video just a bit smile.gif
So for me a perfect lesson would be a 101 spoken lesson wink.gif

Greets Max

Yes, a spoken 101 (or a whole series)


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post Feb 8 2008, 06:33 PM
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QUOTE (MickeM @ Feb 8 2008, 05:13 PM) *
Yes, a spoken 101 (or a whole series)

yeh definitely! perhaps one about using different modes to reflect different moods?
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post Feb 8 2008, 07:05 PM
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QUOTE (chast @ Feb 8 2008, 09:02 PM) *
So for me a perfect lesson would be a 101 spoken lesson wink.gif


I agree too.

Maybe David, you can do some more metal soloing lessons at a more intermediate level. I liked your phrygian metal lesson a lot. Oh and all your lesson has some amazing licks so i really cant complain.


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I'm going for the spoken lesson aswell. You and Pavel already have a talk lesson, lesson number one. But It's better to spread it I think. Just like Chast said.

There is a big diffrence between a teacher and a player. For a guitar instructor it's most important to be a teacher. Beacease a lot of instructors only play and don't tell anything, it's not realy a lesson. More a demo.

We have a lot of great players here teaching. It would be great if that can be changed to , we have a lot of great teachers here teaching. You probably are good teachers, but sometimes lessons don't realy teach. Just look at Kris 101 lessons and you see what I mean, that's teaching.

David, dont'worry, you teach nicely! and BTW
I think this post should be move to the GMC main forum so it's not just read by David mostly, but also by Gabs, Dejan etc.


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post Feb 8 2008, 09:33 PM
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All of these suggestions are extremely helpful guys!
So far it seems that most of you want more talking and explaining.
I'm taking notes! :-)


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post Feb 11 2008, 12:07 AM
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more lessons on using the metronome and exercises using it would help out alot..


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post Feb 11 2008, 12:35 AM
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A lesson on what and how different scales work with different chords. A true musical application with examples of why they work together and how. But just so all the instructors know they are doing a fantasic job cool.gif THANK YOU!
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post Feb 11 2008, 12:45 AM
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QUOTE (Outlaw2112 @ Feb 10 2008, 03:07 PM) *
more lessons on using the metronome and exercises using it would help out alot..


I agree.
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post Feb 14 2008, 02:08 PM
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Just wanted to keep you guys posted.
I got some new lights which will result on much higher video quality.
I'm also working on a next lesson with: spoken video for each part + metronome parts. :-)
You guys have great suggestions! Keep them coming!


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post Feb 15 2008, 04:36 AM
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I cant wait for the metronome lessons... thanks man... that metronome is a tricky little devil...


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post Feb 15 2008, 04:47 AM
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QUOTE (Outlaw2112 @ Feb 14 2008, 10:36 PM) *
I cant wait for the metronome lessons... thanks man... that metronome is a tricky little devil...


It sure is!!


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post Mar 2 2008, 04:29 AM
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Hi David,
After I've heard your introduction of "slow pentatonic lesson" I missed some more (writen) details on theory. There's a huge amount of lessons and information and it's hard to find my way through. Maybe a few links/http: to related topics (by Andrew Cockburn, for instance) or lessons would help. Or a text on the subject.

Some tips: when using GuitarPro I found out that I can do my own loops inside the score, depending on the mesures I'm learning, and in this "slow pentatonic" I could keep looping myself the 7 mesures I've learned all along the total score, like inviting some guitar player into the room.
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post Mar 18 2008, 07:57 PM
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QUOTE (Wallimann @ Feb 8 2008, 03:33 PM) *
All of these suggestions are extremely helpful guys!
So far it seems that most of you want more talking and explaining.
I'm taking notes! :-)


Explinations are very helpful to me. Your SRV lesson is an excellent format. I can't think of any improvements but I'm sure there's plenty of good ideas out here. BTW ,got any Buddy Guy in your bag of tricks? Not that I don't have enough to learn already but I'd love to see your approach to his style. Great job your doing here!
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