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Watch the video in the comments to see where this came from. I didn't get any suggestions so I Googled and this came up first. So I used my knowledge of my g minor positions to play further up the fret board. I play both variations of each arpeggio I learned (ala the relative minors in the same position). The actual video is longer and I am sorry I didn't hit record on the camera for the YouTube version so the fingering of what im playing is only available in the twitch video. I'll make sure this changes. Next week I'm gonna stretch into the actual scales and not just the arpeggios. I'll also need a new progression idea. If you got one let me know.
Breaking down a solo #1
Here's to quickly answer what it really means to learn a guitar solo, asides from playing slowly!
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I decided to keep the video from the first time around, and just edited a part before it. I hope it does the job. If not, its not a big deal to me as well im just here to show my knowledge honestly. Only thing I hate is since the videos were on the phone they are now condensed and annoying looking lol. That can be fixed as I have the originals if needed.
Hi Everyone :) Here's my cover of Afterlife solo..... Comment what you think about my playing. 🙂 btw today is my 15th birthday 😃😉
I’ve always prided myself on being raw and real, so here’s a raw take from the practice video of @[347:@ashley willis] and I doing Hail to the king ! Is it great ? Nope. Was it fun ? Fuck yes ! (Me looking like an idiot is a testament to that lol) But the point is to have FUN when you practice. At least Ashely is looking cool lol 😎 We need lots of practice playing together but I can’t wait until we can nail it !
Soooo..here's my submission! I worked with lesson 18 focusing on the power chords introduced by PG ( and threw in something from lesson 20 as well).I worked hard to create something of my own and I'm proud of it! The video is not super long, I'm a little camera shy and also, I usually go straight to the point 😅 Hope you guys like it. I'm really happy to be part of this family 🖤 (Sorry for my poor video making and editing skills, I tried 😂😂😂😂😂😂)
Hello! I'm uploading again my participation for the riff contest, in this video i'm talking about the lessons I used, what i love from the SGS and my aspirations as musician. English is not my first language so I tried my best, hope you can understand me :) . Thank you for watching!
My first completed song with lyrics
wanted to re-record stuff but it kept changing things. vocals have too much treble or some, it's hard. took me about a week or so including days off. the solo isn't much, was having a hard time trying to write
Apologies in advance, I am not the best at speaking on camera. To expand upon my dreams for guitar and music, for now it is probably my primary hobby, I am not sure if I would consider becoming a professional musician outside of playing small gigs and jamming with my friends. I would however like to look into lutherie, as building a guitar to me is one of the finest forms of art other than playing one. Regardless, I am extremely honored to be a part of this community, proud to call myself a Synner, and hope the best for everyone who has either been around for a while or who has just joined. Thank you for checking out my entry!
I'm pretty out of.oractice with the palm mutt stuff so I occasionally mess up there and the solo is deceivingly hard to do timing wise so that's not really perfect either 😅
I made this riff for the contest using the 7 guitar scale positions starting from the first position in A maj and ended up building it up into a chorus after just from being able to confidently know where I want to go to get the music I hear in my head out, which practicing these lessons did helped me do like nothing else before. It only gets more fun after you've gotten this down and start progressing to the next lessons. Outro thing was kinda sloppy didn't plan that when I was making it, I just couldn't stop my hands haha. I just want to inspire others through my music like I was by the ones I look up to. Thank you
Well here is my contest entry. Not much playing and I kind of ramble a lot so I hope it's coherent, but I talk about Lesson 20 and 21 about the pentatonic system and chords relating to it. This subject was the first one where I had a 'mindblown'-experience once I understood how it worked and how it all fits together with the CAGED system. Also I talk a bit about how I got into guitar initially, how I got back into it and what I want to do with it. I hope you enjoy :) (also to those wondering why I keep looking to the side: I made some notes to make sure I didn't forget anything :P)
I didn't talk about the lessons I used in my previous entries so this is my contest entry(for realizes this time). It kinda became the great Ids ramble show but you know sometimes you just have to ramble on 😅
This little composition is based on 3 lessons: The 3-1-3 Economy Picking Lesson Alternate Picking And The Exercise From Hell (Lesson 75). The first riff which is the main riff combines all of them this techniques into one riff basically. I practiced this lessons heavily for the last week and that is the result. The tablature for the main riff is: D ------------------------------4-7----------------------------7-4--- A -----------------------------6------------------------------------6- E 5-7-8-5-7-6-5-7-8-5-6-7-8-----5-7-8-5-7-6-5-7-8-5-7-8------8 And then it is modulated and repeats itself. I would glad to hear what you guys think about it and I hope I got the concept of the contest right haha (English is not my first language...) I like the school because I like Synyster Gates's guitar work and find it very inspirational. The school does great job at explaining and helping guitarists improve their performance. My dream is to be a full time musician. I sing and play guitar.
Practicing alternate picking to the backing track from SGS Lesson 22. I'm noticing I am struggling to keep my picking consistent, does anybody have any tips on how to practice that? Also any further alternate picking tips are also super welcome :)
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