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> Michael Gungor
post Jul 1 2007, 05:22 AM
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Today I went to see a seminar by Michael Gungor.

He is a worship guitarist over here in North America and he is very good.

He spoke a lot about playing guitar in the mood of the crowd which was really interesting. Talking about going with the flow and changing your set list on the fly depending on the crowd.

He also talked a lot about spicing up your guitar playing by using different octaves, harmonies for multiple guitars, something as simple as a different fingering for a chord, or using different techniques like arpeggios instead of strumming to distinguish guitars when there are multiple instead of playing the same thing.

He played this song for us today and I was in awe. Technically and musically WOW!

Hope you guys like it!

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Andrew Cockburn
post Jul 1 2007, 03:08 PM
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Wow, awesome player!! Too bad he stole your pedal smile.gif

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