In this video I answer a question sent in by a Rock Guitar Power member. I talk about using your fingers to control the strings that you don’t want to ring out to achieve cleaner lead and rhythm playing.
I get asked this question a lot from private students so I wanted to shoot a quick lesson answering it and covering some techniques….
The RGP Webinar is a hour and a half long lesson, that you can pick a time that’s take on your own, where we cover some really great lessons on how to learn to jam and solo over any song you hear. We also cover some other great ear training techniques!
Feel free to comment on it, leave questions and give it a thumbs up if you like it.
There was a ton of awesome gear, live performances and famous musicians everywhere. I even ran into Stevie
Wonder! No joke (see video).
There were a couple new apps/guitar learning tools that totally blew my mind. I’m going to be doing a separate review for them because I think they are that important to let you know about so keep an eye out for a video where I’m going to show you what I thought were the best new products to check out in 2013.
This cruise is always the highlight of my year because I get to hang out with some of the most fun, exciting, intelligent and successful Internet Marketers and Entrepreneurs in the world!
We spent 8 days vacationing in exotic places, networking and sharing ideas. I always come back from this trip refreshed and ready to start some new and exciting projects. Last year while on this cruise, I was given the idea of Jammin With The Band from another friend of mine and got right on it when I got home.
This year will be no different as I have a bunch of new ideas and awesome guitar courses to develop that I’m sure you’ll love! I’ll keep you posted as they develop.
Now please understand this is not to show off or wax my ego…I find that when you are able to play guitar without looking at it, you can reach a new level of playing because you can shut off the sense of sight and focus on sound and how you want your playing to be heard.
It’s a cool concept and a really awesome some to apply to your playing!
Be sure to leave your comments, questions and other rants below
Practice, Practice, Practice!
If you want to see the first video I made for this song where I talk about using a metronome and writing strong melodies: Click Here
This performance is what inspired me to learn this piece. In my opinion he plays this flawlessly with so much emotion it’s amazing. Yet he doesn’t do so much as flinch while playing the whole thing!
P.S. I’m always looking for new topics to cover and help the RGP community out on so if you have something your struggling with in your playing, please let me know and I’ll create a lesson to help you out!