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post Jan 8 2015, 12:46 PM
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Hello i'm french, I'm 43 years old

Excuse my langage unsure.gif

I started playing the guitar at age 15, I stopped at 23/25 years. (self-educated)
2 years ago I decided to start over ....

I saw on youtube videos Stephane Lucarelli and Sinisa Cekic , I like their style, expression, they are great guitarists.
I subscribed and I learn Shuffle Rhythm and Solo (With Sinisa Cekik) . I will make a video when I am ready ....

see you soon



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Salut, je suis Français, j'ai 43 ans.
J'ai commencé la guitare a 15 ans jusque 23/25 ans env. (Autodidacte)
Il y a 2 ans, j'ai décidé de m'y remettre.
J'ai vu des vidéos sur youtube de stephane Lucarelli et Sinisa Cekic, j'adore leur style, expression, ce sont des super guitaristes.
Je me suis abonné et je bosse le Shuffle Rythm and Solo de Sinisa Cekic. Je posterai une vidéo des que je serai prêt.

@ Bientôt

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post Jan 8 2015, 12:51 PM
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Hello and welcome to GMC! smile.gif

Please post if you need any help mastering the shuffle rhythm and solo lesson.
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post Jan 8 2015, 01:22 PM
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post Jan 8 2015, 01:31 PM
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QUOTE (Bogdan Radovic @ Jan 8 2015, 11:51 AM) *
Hello and welcome to GMC! smile.gif

Please post if you need any help mastering the shuffle rhythm and solo lesson.
Which styles do you enjoy playing besides the blues?


Hello

I like rock, some jazz, I hope to play fusion in a few years.
I don't know the theory of music, I play a sensation. It's hard to progress.
thanks to your site I will learn things , I 'm very happy.

This week I'll post a video , you can evaluate my level.

QUOTE (Monica Gheorghevici @ Jan 8 2015, 12:22 PM) *
Welcome to GMC! See you around the forum smile.gif


Hello Monica

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post Jan 8 2015, 02:20 PM
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Hey Mister M - welcome to GMC! biggrin.gif

In fusion you can use the exact same licks as in rock - the only difference is that you are much more aware of the chord progression when playing. With this awareness you can target notes that sound wrong but still end your phrases on notes that sound right. Today's new lick - although very difficult to play - is a good example of that: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Rock-F...n-Outside-Lick/

So my advice would be for you try to play your rock licks over a more fusion sounding chord progression - here is a an example which involves 4 modulations (change of key). For each chord you must change scale: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/greg_howe_techniques/

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post Jan 8 2015, 02:27 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 8 2015, 01:20 PM) *
Hey Mister M - welcome to GMC! biggrin.gif

In fusion you can use the exact same licks as in rock - the only difference is that you are much more aware of the chord progression when playing. With this awareness you can target notes that sound wrong but still end your phrases on notes that sound right. Today's new lick - although very difficult to play - is a good example of that: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Rock-F...n-Outside-Lick/

So my advice would be for you try to play your rock licks over a more fusion sounding chord progression - he is a an example which involves 4 modulations (change of key). For each chord you must change scale: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/greg_howe_techniques/

It's great to have you on board! cool.gif


Thank you Kristofer rolleyes.gif
They licks are very good, il love them ! They are so hard for my skill.
Actually, i can play licks on difficulty 4/5 max.

My therory is : unskill unsure.gif

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post Jan 8 2015, 02:46 PM
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QUOTE (MisterM @ Jan 8 2015, 02:27 PM) *
Thank you Kristofer rolleyes.gif
They licks are very good, il love them ! They are so hard for my skill.
Actually, i can play licks on difficulty 4/5 max.

My therory is : unskill unsure.gif


Ok I see - the lesson example I gave (https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/greg_howe_techniques/) was mostly for the backing track (because it is an example of a fusion sounding backing track).

I would advise to take the licks of any level 4 lesson, and perhaps try using them over a fusion sounding backing track. So if you were to do that over the Greg Howe lesson's backing track, here is the simplified theory (see scales in red):

-C#m7 I play: C#m blues scale/ C#m arpeggio/ C# dorian ( C#m pentatonic)
-Cmaj7 I play: Cmaj7 arpeggio/ C Lydian ( C maj pentatonic)
-Bm7 I play: Bm pentatonic/ B Dorian (Bm pentatonic)
-Bbmaj7 I play: Bbmaj7 arpeggio/ Bb Lydian (Bb maj pentatonic)


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post Jan 8 2015, 03:27 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 8 2015, 01:46 PM) *
Ok I see - the lesson example I gave (https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/greg_howe_techniques/) was mostly for the backing track (because it is an example of a fusion sounding backing track).

I would advise to take the licks of any level 4 lesson, and perhaps try using them over a fusion sounding backing track. So if you were to do that over the Greg Howe lesson's backing track, here is the simplified theory (see scales in red):

-C#m7 I play: C#m blues scale/ C#m arpeggio/ C# dorian ( C#m pentatonic)
-Cmaj7 I play: Cmaj7 arpeggio/ C Lydian ( C maj pentatonic)
-Bm7 I play: Bm pentatonic/ B Dorian (Bm pentatonic)
-Bbmaj7 I play: Bbmaj7 arpeggio/ Bb Lydian (Bb maj pentatonic)


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Since I have no clue about your current level, I realise I might just be confusing things. But we'll solve that as you upload your playing to the REC board! smile.gif


Thank you for the advice.
I play the Lick of the day Gippsy Jazz.
It's very melodic, it is possible to download the backing track ?

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post Jan 8 2015, 03:31 PM
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QUOTE (MisterM @ Jan 8 2015, 02:27 PM) *
Thank you Kristofer rolleyes.gif
They licks are very good, il love them ! They are so hard for my skill.
Actually, i can play licks on difficulty 4/5 max.

My therory is : unskill unsure.gif


No it is unfortunately not, but if you send [email protected] a message he should be able to get it for you.


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post Jan 8 2015, 03:40 PM
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QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Jan 8 2015, 02:31 PM) *
No it is unfortunately not, but if you send [email protected] a message he should be able to get it for you.


Thank you

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post Jan 8 2015, 04:29 PM
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Hi MisterM! Welcome to GMC! I can notice that you are already working! Do you have any video of you playing the lessons? It would be cool to check it and give some specific feedback. wink.gif


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post Jan 8 2015, 06:22 PM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jan 8 2015, 03:29 PM) *
Hi MisterM! Welcome to GMC! I can notice that you are already working! Do you have any video of you playing the lessons? It would be cool to check it and give some specific feedback. wink.gif


Yes i have a video, i post in REC Section in a few mn, it's Shuffle lesson ;-)


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post Jan 8 2015, 06:44 PM
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Welcome, dude!

Saw your video, you have a good sense of rhythm.
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QUOTE (HungryForHeaven @ Jan 8 2015, 05:44 PM) *
Welcome, dude!

Saw your video, you have a good sense of rhythm.


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post Jan 9 2015, 01:43 AM
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WELCOME TO GMC!!! I"m very sorry to see what has be happening in PARIS these past few days and let me say
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Back to guitar!! This is an amazing place as has been mentioned and you are in for the time of your life smile.gif



QUOTE (MisterM @ Jan 8 2015, 07:46 AM) *
Hello i'm french, I'm 43 years old

Excuse my langage unsure.gif

I started playing the guitar at age 15, I stopped at 23/25 years. (self-educated)
2 years ago I decided to start over ....

I saw on youtube videos Stephane Lucarelli and Sinisa Cekic , I like their style, expression, they are great guitarists.
I subscribed and I learn Shuffle Rhythm and Solo (With Sinisa Cekik) . I will make a video when I am ready ....

see you soon



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Salut, je suis Français, j'ai 43 ans.
J'ai commencé la guitare a 15 ans jusque 23/25 ans env. (Autodidacte)
Il y a 2 ans, j'ai décidé de m'y remettre.
J'ai vu des vidéos sur youtube de stephane Lucarelli et Sinisa Cekic, j'adore leur style, expression, ce sont des super guitaristes.
Je me suis abonné et je bosse le Shuffle Rythm and Solo de Sinisa Cekic. Je posterai une vidéo des que je serai prêt.

@ Bientôt



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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Jan 9 2015, 12:43 AM) *
WELCOME TO GMC!!! I"m very sorry to see what has be happening in PARIS these past few days and let me say
JE SUI CHARLIE!!!


Back to guitar!! This is an amazing place as has been mentioned and you are in for the time of your life smile.gif


Hello Todd

Thank for your welcome

We are all Charlie


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QUOTE (MisterM @ Jan 8 2015, 02:22 PM) *
Yes i have a video, i post in REC Section in a few mn, it's Shuffle lesson ;-)



Great! I just commented and graded it, check it out! wink.gif


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jan 9 2015, 07:57 PM) *
Great! I just commented and graded it, check it out! wink.gif


Hi Gabriel

I understood my mistakes.
I'll work slowly, i 'll post a new video in a few days/ weeks.... When i 'll be ok.

Thank you

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Welcome and nice job on your REC take! smile.gif


Hi Fran

Thank you

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QUOTE (MisterM @ Jan 11 2015, 05:25 AM) *
Hi Gabriel

I understood my mistakes.
I'll work slowly, i 'll post a new video in a few days/ weeks.... When i 'll be ok.

Thank you



Hi Mister! Great to know that you'll work on the things we marked. I wouldn't call them mistakes, they are expressing elements to develop more. Looking forward your new takes.


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