By searching inspiration for new lessons on youtube, I stumbled onto this great channel that shares some great jazz guitar videos, and I wanted to pass them to you. Quite interesting those about Ted Greene, some close ups of probably some of his famous private lessons in 1993. This is one of them: This… Continue reading The Legacy Of Ted Greene
On my youtube channel I subscribe to a few great other guitar channels that are definitely worth watching. One of these is Pro Guitar Shop that this morning posted this video of a new prototype of a guitar tuner that lest you tune your guitar by strumming all the strings at once. Great stuff…I… Continue reading New Guitar Tuner that lets you tune ALL the strings at once!!
Music reading skills and sightreading are a fundamental skill for all guitarists/musicians nowadays. Not only it is necessary to have a deeper understanding of your instrument, but it is a great way to share your music, and get good paying gigs (trust me, there aren’t may well rounded guitarists out there that can sightread very… Continue reading 5 Great Sites to Improve Your Music Reading Skills on Guitar
A while ago I stumbled online on a few good articles on practice tips: a few of these included these12 rules by master jazz trumpet player Winton Marsalis. I want to share them with you as I think they are a great way of approaching practice and playing in general. Enjoy. THE WYNTON MARSALIS 12… Continue reading Practice tips: the 12 Marsalis Rules