What Do You Guys Want to Learn?!

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  • #181911
    Hector Trejo
    Hector Trejo
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    Hey guys! I hope you’ve all been doing well! I’m sorry for my absense on here for the past few months… I was mainly focused on finishing up this semester and writing/recording some of my own stuff.

    With that being said, it has been brought to my attention especially by Jak that there’s quite a few of you that feel discouraged and feel like you’re not progressing. Well I’m here to tell you while we have ALL felt that way at some point, the important thing is to overcome that mental barrier! And I want to help you out!

    My plan is to record and post about 10-15 full length lesson videos over whatever you guys want this Christmas break! I already have a lesson on “8 finger tapping” and “sweep picking” on my YouTube channel. Obviously learning the basic essentials such as chords, scales, technique, etc. is important but I’m a firm believer in also learning the fun stuff simultaneously… because that’s what it’s all about! So I want you guys to comment down below what you would want to learn! I’ve already gotten requests on how to write interesting chords progressions, how to play certain songs, what solos to learn depending on skill set… and those are all great suggestions!

    After those videos are uploaded, I’d love for you guys to post videos of you giving a shot at the lessons! I’ll watch them all and give them all feedback! And don’t worry about skill level, making mistakes, etc… it doesn’t matter! No one here is going to judge you… we’re all students here and constantly learning… including Syn himself! As long as you’re doing what you love, that’s all that matters!

    I hope this will help refuel your interest in being more active and I truly wish you all the best! Leave your suggestions down below!!

    -Hector

    #181915
    Jak Angelescu
    Jak Angelescu
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    YES!!! I’M SO HAPPY! I don’t have any suggestions because I’ll learn something from all of them!!
    Buuuut when are you going to post about that ‘secret’ tip you gave me over a month ago? 😉😉😉 it was amazing!

    #181916
    Hector Trejo
    Hector Trejo
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    😂😂 I’ll definitely make that video either this week or next! I just have to be really careful how I phrase things since it is somewhat of a “controversial” secret tip.😅

    #181917
    Dylan Burley
    Dylan Burley
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    Lesson on Astral Realm!?

    #181918
    Ed Seith
    Ed Seith
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    I want a secret tip…

    #181924
    Sayonil Mitra
    Sayonil Mitra
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    to be honest, whatever you come up with Hector. I am happy to learn anything new.

    #181928
    Ids Schiere
    Ids Schiere
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    Oeh that secret tip makes me curious😅

    I don’t have any real suggestions tbh. At the moment I’m kinda just going with the flow with my guitar playing 😅

    Do you have any suggestions that you want us to teach you?😜

    #181929
    Evan Cosman
    Evan Cosman
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    Im happy to learn anything new ! 🙂

    #181980
    Hector Trejo
    Hector Trejo
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    That’s so nice that you want a lesson on Astral Realm!😭. I am going to do a lesson on how to create interesting chord progressions.

    Yes I’ll also make a video on the secret tip!

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    #182977
    Hector Trejo
    Hector Trejo
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    #182978
    Ids Schiere
    Ids Schiere
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    Hector, there is nothing there. No video and no text😅

    #182979
    Jak Angelescu
    Jak Angelescu
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    He posted the link on his YouTube page and on his Instagram. It’s a great lesson!

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    #182980
    Dan Shipway
    Dan Shipway
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    3 string sweeps, I am ok with 4 string and 5 string sweeps but it seems like the turn around point (The last note that is played before the direction changes) is too close to creating a decently sized sweep. I struggle as when I come down from the high e the last note I play before returning is an upstroke which can ruin the sweep motion

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    #182987
    Robert Korcok
    Robert Korcok
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    Thank you for this lesson Hector! The pentatonic method was completely new for me, it is awesome. Can’t wait to try it 🙂

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    Hector Trejo
    Hector Trejo
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    Haha well that was a fail! Thank you though, I’m glad the pentatonic method was helpful! Its the one I received most feedback on!

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