5 months learning and I still don't know songs

Discussion in 'Lessons & Techniques' started by Tazz3, Apr 12, 2015.

  1. Kep

    Kep Well-Known Member

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    Hey man don't forget to have fun. Meet up with people you know that play music and make some noise!
     
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    smitty_p Well-Known Member

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    The answer is easy.

    You need the SaĆ¼ndFraud

     
  3. MarkGb

    MarkGb New Member

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    I'm a tab-a-holic. If it hasn't already been mentioned try ultimate guitar dot com and it's app for phones and tablets. The paid version grants you access to tab pro stuff. I've been using it to learn all kinds of music.
     
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    chilipeppermaniac Well-Known Member

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    Tazzy Check out my posts in How do you practice and also go to you tube and find this guy and some others who cater to basics.



    Justin Sandercoe






    Marty Schwartz

     
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    chilipeppermaniac Well-Known Member

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    Nice videos for beginners.





     
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    jtcnj Well-Known Member

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    This is a good beginners tips thread.
    Havent seen the OP around here though.

    Tazz, hows it going?
     
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    I also really like Robert Renman's stuff.

     
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    HAHA Jonathan sort of reminds me of a younger Charlie Watts

     
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    chilipeppermaniac Well-Known Member

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    A little more technical, but still has some good basics. Even Mr Scott Grove can put together a display of rudimentary and classic basics.

     
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    Metronome, getting patterns engrained like riding a bike, repetition,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

     
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    LOL " If you are wearing a Onesy"

     
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    I'll work my way through these just to add some different drills and variety.
     
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    Ok Now from Country to Metal

     
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    the Bobby Crispy ones are pretty good.
     
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    Tazz.....

    If you have fun playing, lighten up on yourself man! No worries! I been putzing around for years with a cutoff ring finger on my left hand....so I cant play many chords. I pretty much play slide now in open tuning. I have a great time playing along with backing tracks and jamming with others on occasion. Im going through some tough times in my life right now, and coming downstairs and losing myself in playing music keeps me from going nuts from all my current troubles.
     

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