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Guitar Lessons - Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Intro
Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Intro
Al Joseph
Level: Beginner
Topic: Theory
Style: Any Style
Hello Folks, This month I want to go a different route. Let's take a minute and think about our musical journey and the most important aspects of becoming our very best potential. What got you started on this journey? What has this journey taught you so far? Have you become more of a musician or merely a guitar player? These questions have been invading my...
Guitar Lessons - Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Technique
Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Technique
Al Joseph
Level: Beginner
Topic: Theory
Style: Any Style
Is technique all that important? When first discovering technique, did you ever stop to think about what you're capable of outside the metronome culture? Technique is super important but even more so a distraction. In this video I'll show you why this is. Let's begin...
Guitar Lessons - Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Rhythm
Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Rhythm
Al Joseph
Level: Beginner
Topic: Theory
Style: Any Style
Most of us know that without a good sense of rhythm, music can be played but not expressed. Rhythm is in and throughout everything that is. Think about how you speak to your lawyer as opposed to children. Think about how you speak to your spouse as opposed to your best friends. It's all about rhythm. How you time jumping of the escalator or crossing the stre...
Guitar Lessons - Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Modes
Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Modes
Al Joseph
Level: Beginner
Topic: Theory
Style: Any Style
Modes are a lot like rhythm in a sense that they should be explored and expressed. Learning modes won't make you more melodic just because you learned them on the fretboard. Modes posses a texture that needs to be constantly explored. In this video I explain that modes can be likened to moods, colors, and textures.  Most of all, explore what these moda...
Guitar Lessons - Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Songwriting
Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Songwriting
Al Joseph
Level: Beginner
Topic: Theory
Style: Any Style
I truly enjoyed my musical freedom growing up. My family was always writing and creating music. I have no intention of cramping your musical style. However, those of you experiencing difficulty getting your ideas down should think more freely. Try to know the difference between creating a song and forcing it into being. Allow space for the song to create its...
Guitar Lessons - Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Wrap Up
Listening Up! Guitar Philosophy - Wrap Up
Al Joseph
Level: Beginner
Topic: Theory
Style: Any Style
Thanks for listening! Once again I want you to reflect on the freedom of this tutorial. No exercises. No study material. Just self reflection. This should become a part of your everyday. The understanding should permeate your practice sessions, jam sessions, and musical material. Listening is a way of life. Make it your own. Best of luck!
Guitar Lessons - Odd Time: Intro & 5 Note Groupings
Odd Time: Intro & 5 Note Groupings
Mike Salow
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Exercises
Style: Any Style
Hello again! In this tutorial we will be talking about "odd time". Whether it's odd note groupings in 4/4 or an odd time signature, it is a very useful skill to learn. We will mainly be focusing on the numbers 5 and 7.  Starting with 5 and 7 note groupings and then moving on to the time signatures of 5/8 and 7/8. So like I said, we will begin with ...
Guitar Lessons - Odd Time: 7 Note Groupings
Odd Time: 7 Note Groupings
Mike Salow
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Exercises
Style: Any Style
Now moving onto 7 note groupings. This is the same type of idea that we just accomplished with 5 notes but now with (you guessed it) 7 notes. Again we will be using the one octave C major scale in the same position but this time we'll be playing scale degrees 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. (C-D-E-F-G-A-B) In the same way the down beat of each measure will be on...
Guitar Lessons - Odd Time: Subdividing 5/8
Odd Time: Subdividing 5/8
Mike Salow
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Rhythm
Style: Any Style
Moving onto odd time signatures and how to sub divide them. A subdivision is when you take a larger number like 5 or 7 and break it down into groups of smaller numbers that equal up to the original number when added together. In the case of 5, two common ways to subdivide is a group of 3 and a group of 2. Depending on which order you put these subdivision...
Guitar Lessons - Odd Time: Subdividing 7/8
Odd Time: Subdividing 7/8
Mike Salow
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Rhythm
Style: Any Style
In the same way we subdivided 5/8 we will now subdivide 7/8. Since we have a larger number we have the option of using more groupings. NOTE: I forgot to mention in the previous video that when subdividing it is best to use groups of 2 and 3. (you can also use 1 but we will not in this tutorial). In 7/8 we are able to create more "feels" then when 5/8. Ag...
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Guitar Lessons - Code Seven - Performance

Code Seven - Performance

Hey everyone, and welcome to this song tutorial! This is a piece taken from a pretty heavy tune I wrot...

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