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post Jun 28 2008, 04:55 PM
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I'm not sure if this has been done before, but what lessons do you have saved in your bookmarks?

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Power Metal Rhythm In E Minor

Sweeping Basics

I Got Rhythm Guitar 4 - Bossa Study

Alla Turca Part 1

Neo-Riffing

Melodic Tapping Lesson

Classical Taps


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post Jun 28 2008, 05:07 PM
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Vibrato Lesson 1 - Left Hand

Delete Macedonian Style Lesson - Electric Version

Delete Little Finger Work-out

Delete Pentatonic Solo Lesson

Delete Chuck Berry Style Lesson

Delete Inspired by GMCer Leedbreak

Delete Cm Fingerpicking

Delete Funk Skunk Technique 101

Delete Alla Turca Part 1

Delete John Frusciante Style Lesson

Delete Rock Rhythm 'n Solo Lesson

Delete Artificial and Natural Harmonics

Delete Zakk Wylde Style Pinch Harmonics

Delete Chord Voicings Etude

Delete Asturias - Isaac Albeniz

Delete I Got Rhythm Guitar 2 - Palm Muting
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post Jun 28 2008, 06:25 PM
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Search My Bookmarks

Delete Heavy Metal for Beginners 3



Delete Heavy Metal For Beginners



Delete Vibrato Lesson 1 - Left Hand



Delete Neoclassical Three-Level-Lesson, Beginner



Delete Rock Solo - Beginner



Delete Classical Taps





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post Jun 28 2008, 06:31 PM
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I use the bookmarks for those I have learned in some fashion, and for the current new one I am working on at present (I learn one new one at a time).

I will learn 150, not one more, not one less, after 150 I am done, I have decided that. At that point I create my own stuff. If 150 lessons covering a wide variety of genre's don't cut it, I should take up basket weaving or something.

Here is my list of lessons I have learned in some fashion at this point in time (other than the top one, only half learned at this point in time)

Delete Arpeggios - 2 Notes per String

Delete F# Phrygian - B minor Solo

Delete Pentatonic Rock Licks Part I

Delete Extreme Metal Concept

Delete Legato Tapping Lesson

Delete C Major Solo Etude

Delete D Dorian Mode Solo

Delete Speed Metal Lesson

Delete String Skipping Lesson

Delete SRV - Stevie Ray Vaughan

Delete Repetitive Sweep Picking

Delete Paul Gilbert Style Lesson

Delete Modern Metal Lesson

Delete Satriani Style Two Handed

Delete Historical Failure Solo

Delete Progressive Riffing Lesson

Delete Progressive Metal Rhythm Lesson

Delete Riff and Arpeggios Solo Lesson

Delete Neoclassical Etude #1

Delete Steve Vai Style Mixolydian Solo

Delete Power Metal Rhythm in E minor

Delete Inspired by GMCer Leedbreak

Delete Odd Time Signature Metal

Delete Stamina Lesson - Speed Bursts

Delete Yngwie Malmsteen Style Lesson

Delete 5/4 Solo - Beginner

Delete Linear Modes

Delete Yngwie Malmsteen Style Lesson 5

Delete Black Sabbath Style Lesson

Delete Vai Inspired Licks

Delete Heavy Ballad Soloing

Delete Simple Melodies Part 2

Delete Simple Melodies

Delete In the Style of Brian May

Delete Rock Rhythm 'n Solo Lesson

Delete D-Mood Lesson

Delete Eric Johnson Style Lesson 2

Delete Lamb of God Style Lesson

Delete Minor Melodies & Sweep Picking

Delete Sweep Picking Lesson

Delete Sweeping Basics

Delete Sweeping Lesson 1 (3 string shapes)

Delete Pentatonic Solo Lesson

Delete Easy Melodies in F

Delete Sweet Melodies in D major

Delete Zakk Wylde Style Lesson

Delete Velvet Revolver Style Lesson

Delete Muse Style Lesson

Delete Speed Licks Solo Lesson - GMC Intro!

Delete Power Metal Rhythm Guitar

Delete Eddie Van Halen Style

Delete Melodic Tapping Lesson

Delete Power-Metal Speedriffing

Delete Alice in Chains Style Lesson

Delete Winding Roads - Marcus Lavendell

Delete RHCP meet Zakk Wylde

Delete Neoclassical Three-Level-Lesson, Advanced

Delete Neoclassical Shrapnel Style

Delete Roo - Creative Metal Soloing

Delete Neoclassical Three-Level-Lesson, Intermediate

Delete Janes Addiction Style Lesson

Delete Free To Go - Rhythm

Delete Free To Go - Solo

Delete Sweeping Lesson 2 (5-string shapes)

Delete 80s Glam Rock Lesson

Delete Paul Gilbert Style Lesson 2

Delete Eric Johnson Style Solo

Delete Pink Floyd Style Lesson

Delete B Major Intermediate Solo

Delete Tapping - Licks without Picks

Delete "Misconception"- Riffing n Picking (drop D)

Delete Neoclassical Three-Level-Lesson, Beginner

Delete Neoclassical Sweeping & Legato

Delete Tapping Lesson

Delete Hand Control Lesson

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post Jun 28 2008, 06:35 PM
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Steve Lukather Style Lesson

Delete Muris Varajic Alternate Picking

Delete Evening Blues Lesson

Delete Modern Blues Soloing

Delete Paul Gilbert Style Lesson

Delete Soul to the World

Delete Stamina Lesson - Speed Bursts


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post Jun 28 2008, 06:46 PM
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Modal Madness

Canon in D - Speedy Metal Arrangement

Progressive Riffing Lesson 3 - Blue Planet 1/2

Extreme Neo-Classic

Progressive Riff & Solo

Eddie Van Halen Style

Alternate Picking Lesson 4

Sweep-picking Etude

Muris Varajic Alternate Picking

Shred Tapping Solo

Fast Country Solo

Winding Roads - Marcus Lavendell

Lots of other things should be in there though. smile.gif

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post Jun 28 2008, 07:35 PM
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Fkalich, pretty long and awesome list you got there, how long have you been playing?
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post Jun 28 2008, 08:38 PM
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I use bookmark, mainly when I first look the main video in class and want to give a go later. So it is quite long tongue.gif

For things of regular practice or that I did in the past, I am organizing a post in my practice agenda.


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post Jun 28 2008, 08:48 PM
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My interest in lessons here at GMC is still kind of bigger than my hands can handle. Working on it though. Actually, it reminds me I really need to finish through one and move on...I seem to have a nasty habit of obsessing on some small part of a lesson and get stuck there til I'm really happy with it.


Open Chords Rock Rhythm
Hands Synchronization II


Alternate Workout


Pentatonic Workshop Level 2 - Advanced CAGED Patterns


Pentatonic Workshop Level 1- CAGED Format and Timing Excersies


Pinch Harmonics


Tecno - Cirse


Fingers Independence I


Fingers Independence II


Jimi Hendrix Style Lesson


Heavy Metal for Beginners 3


12 Bar Blues Rhythm


I Got Rhythm Guitar 2 - Palm Muting


I Got Rhythm Guitar 5 - Muted Arpeggios


Eddie Van Halen Style


Beginner Solo in D


Timing Exercise


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post Jun 29 2008, 05:39 AM
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QUOTE (Martin la guitarra @ Jun 28 2008, 01:35 PM) *
Fkalich, pretty long and awesome list you got there, how long have you been playing?


Been playing a year and 9 months. I plan to have 100 lessons down at 2 years. Provided I ever get past #75. That is Muris 2 string arpeggios. That is a brain teaser, as Muris states. However, I feel it is very useful.

I cycle through lessons in order, in the order they appear in bookmarks. I printed out tabs of all of them in two sets, and I cycle though them in the order in which they appear on bookmarks. I use the two sets because one set is a fast cycle where I just spend a just little time on a lesson, making sure I remember it and just maybe improving it a bit, the other set is a slow cycle where I spend more time on a lesson. I cycle though both set simultaneously. That seems to work for me. One set keeps me in touch with everything within a few weeks. On the other I try to really try and improve significantly on the lesson, so that one cycles quite slowly.
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post Jun 29 2008, 09:08 AM
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Here's my list:

Blues Phrasing
Jazz Notes 1: Building Chords
Blues Soloing - Beginner
Learning the Modes
Eric Clapton Style Blues Lesson
Blues Improvisation Lesson
Disco Lesson
Funk Fingerpicking Lesson
Funk Rhythm Lesson
Blues Chord Soloing
Funk Skunk Technique 101
Radio Funk Rhythm
Swingy Fingerpicking
Rocking Tune - Beginner
Pentatonic Solo Lesson
Wes Montgomery Style Octaves
Rock Solo - Beginner
Raindrops Lesson

The way I deal with it is as follows: I work intensely with one to three lessons at a time. I then record my own efforts at a certain stage, when I feel more or less confident with the material. When I'm sort of pleased with the result, I delete the lesson from bookmarks. So far I only have worked on Raindrops, Rock solo, Funk Rythm lesson and Blues soloing. And I've only deleted one lesson from the list! (I really wish I had more time....)
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post Jun 29 2008, 09:25 AM
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I am finding this thread interesting. Including those who describe their learning approach. People are different, and I don't think one size fits all. Also interesting to see the taste of people, based on their selections.
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post Jun 29 2008, 09:39 AM
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QUOTE (fkalich @ Jun 28 2008, 07:31 PM) *
I will learn 150, not one more, not one less, after 150 I am done, I have decided that. At that point I create my own stuff. If 150 lessons covering a wide variety of genre's don't cut it, I should take up basket weaving or something.


150 lessons are a good number biggrin.gif I think that it's also important to listen to different styles to develop your creativity. Playing with other people should help too.


QUOTE (fkalich @ Jun 29 2008, 10:25 AM) *
I am finding this thread interesting. Including those who describe their learning approach. People are different, and I don't think one size fits all. Also interesting to see the taste of people, based on their selections.


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post Jun 29 2008, 10:10 AM
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nice....but.... damN! only 2 years? Dude. you've done a pretty damn good progress there fkalich smile.gif Keep it up biggrin.gif

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BB king - Ivan.

Clean octaves - Gabriel.

12 bar blues - Jerry.

Reggae style lesson - Gabriel.

Blues licks 1 - Gabriel.

Blues licks 2 - Gabriel.

Distorted blues funk - Ben.

Beginner blues - Ivan.

Get that shuffle 1! - Gabriel.

Country licks - David walliman.

Jimi hendrix style lesson - Jerry.

Get that shuffle 2! - Gabriel.

Non shuffle - Gabriel.

12 bar shuffle - Dejan.

Modern blues theme - Dejan.

John Frustciante 3 - Gabriel.

Canon in D blues - Ivan.

Delta blues 1 - Ivan.

Beginner solo in D - Ben.

Fast rock n roll - Jerry.

Joe satriany style - Gabriel.
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post Jun 29 2008, 10:46 AM
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Neoclassical Etude #1



Delete Evening Blues Lesson



Delete Bb Minor Phrasing - Intermediate



Delete Mark Knopfler Style Lesson



Delete Winding Roads - Marcus Lavendell



Delete Muris Varajic Alternate Picking



Delete Country Picking - Advanced



Delete Extreme Neo-Classic


almost done with the neoclassical etude. I totally recomend all of these lessons!
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These are mine:

Speedpicking/alternate picking basics

Rocking Tune - Beginner

Rock Solo - Beginner

Megadeth Riffing Lesson

Heavy Metal For Beginners 2

Dark Atmosphere Lesson

Queensryche Style Lesson

Rhythm Exercise

Tecno - Cirse

Blues Soloing - Beginner

Guitar Exercises (Beginner and Beyond)

How to Use a Metronome - Step by Step Guide

Tapping 1 - The Basics and Beyond

In the Style of Stevie Ray Vaughan

Beginner Solo in D

Hard Rock Rhythm 2

Major Pentatonic Intermediate Solo

Eric Johnson Scales Lesson

Pentatonic Scale 1 - Position Shifting

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