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This is the final composition demo for the Collab Verse 1. Includes the work of @[34751:@Christian J.S. Schulze Aguiar] @[12831:@Adin Shepherd] as well as mine.
Here is my audition for the Student Collaboration Project 2020. I am auditioning for the blues section, I wrote and performed this lead part.
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Another late night practice/ jam session in my room. I'm a big Evanescence fan and there's a few of their songs I've always wanted to cover, I'm finally at a level with my rhythm guitar and my voice where I can do them justice so this is my work in progress video. There is still a lot of work to do to, but it's coming along nicely. Promised @[5:@Jak Angelescu] I'd post more work in progress riffs. ;)
Late night quarantine jam in my bedroom, I'm singing quietly as not to wake anybody up. This is a song I used to play a long time ago, coming back to it now made me feel very good. My hand is playing the way I used to play before I learned Papa Gates' correct technique cause I practiced it that way so many times, I'm gonna have to re-teach it to myself with proper technique. I want to do more of this.
This is part 2 of my favourite guitar warm up exercises! This video focuses on finger independence & hand synchronization, as well as learning the fretboard ...
This is part 1 of my favourite guitar warm up exercises! This video focuses on rhythm & accuracy, I also walk you through proper stretching of the hand muscl...
INTERMEDIATES: Come up with your own grooves using the Tik Tok motion, you can do it with muted strings or chords. Keep it to quarter & 8th notes. Use a metronome.
Intermediate: Write a riff using the 6 magic notes over a chord progression of your choice. For example, if you were to do a basic jazz ii-V-I progression, choose a backing track that features this progression in your key signature and perform that riff each time the chords change.