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  1. Neil, thanks for the reply and will certainly check the stretching exercise noted....🎸🎼🎸
  2. Hi all, I am having issues with my ring finger and pinky when trying the moveable G2 chord. I wanted to ask if there’s anything to recommend to get my fingers to stretch accordingly. This is the first chord up to this point inLMG where my fingers are just not that flexible. Any exercises or other tips...thanks for reading 🎸🎼🎸
  3. Hi all, I am having issues with my ring finger and pinky when trying the moveable G2 chord. I wanted to ask if there’s anything to recommend to get my fingers to stretch accordingly. This is the first chord up to this point in LMG where my fingers are just not that flexible. Any exercises or other tips...thanks for reading 🎸🎼🎸
  4. Thank you for the feedback and glad I was correct when playing in the first form. I figure I will practice with the other forms also as the exercise seems to be teaching getting comfortable moving up and down the neck. Any advice before I move on to S12? Thanks again and enjoying the journey 🎸🎼🎸
  5. As I am proceeding through LMG journey, I wanted to ask if the following starting frets are correct (first finger) when playing “around the pentatonic world”, on page 66: C minor - 8th fret D minor - 10th fret E minor - 12th fret F minor - 1st fret G minor - 3rd fret A minor - 5th fret Bb minor - 6th fret B minor - 7th fret Thanks for any comments 🎼🎸🎼
  6. I too began the LMG later in life and started about year and a half ago and currently in S11.. life gets in the way at time and priorities change....as us older folks now have a little more free time....happy that I started and can’t believe I have gotten this far...really enjoying the ride 🎸🎼🎸
  7. Just wanted to ask if it’s worth the extra money for the Boss ME80....seems the GT1 has a loop and did not notice that on the ME80 but maybe I missed something....sure both have their pros and cons. For experimenting as a beginner, seems for the money better to get a processor than individual pedals and their accessories....🎸🎼🎸
  8. Hi just started S11bonus material and interesting to play along with the music doing the patterns. It certainly breaks up the regular practice session and just playing chords....so far moving it’s coming along and look forward to S12...... hard to believe I have come this far ...but happy I finally decided to get back to the journey.... 🎸🎼🎸
  9. Thanks for the reply and exactly as stated what was difficult yesterday seems a bit easier today. I am now in lesson 11 and pieces are starting g to fall into place. It has been an exciting and fun journey so far and happy to have picked up the guitar again and sticking with it.....🎸😎🎼
  10. As a serious beginner into the world of pedals and just starting lesson 11 and getting comfortable with the pentatonic forms. I thought it would be best to get a multi effects machine to start an understanding into the effects before investing into numerous individual pedals.....anyone using Boss Me80? Also, is it easier in the beginning to get a tube amp with a effects board or model,er amp with effects board....so much more to learn and maybe not enough time as the decades seems to move quite quickly these days...appreciate any feedback 🎸😎🎼
  11. Thanks for the advice and will let you know how this works out.....🎼
  12. Thanks everyone for your feedback and not really hung up on the Katana50.....will certainly let everyone know how this winds up...think I will try to keep it simple at first without needing all these bells and whistles.....may peek ahead to LMG s15, currently will just be starting session 11......hope to complete the course sometime next year hopefully🎸🎼 I realize I still have lots to learn 😎
  13. Hi all, as I move forward in my guitar journey and getting ready to look at buying my first pedals for fender squire strat. What would you purchase as your first three pedals? Does it matter about the amp? Currently looking at Boss Katana 50 or similar. Thanks for your comments. 🎸🎼🎸
  14. Thanks for your comments, as I begin this journey, as there is so much on the marketplace...and being first time serious buyer...they will most likely all sound good...boss katana 50 seems pretty good....any ideas about Marshall as they were the main player when I was a lot younger many moons ago🎸Happy 4th to all and appreciate all the feedback 🎼
  15. Thanks Diane, alt form of Dm, I was referring as I thought STeve showed as, 1st finger on F, 2nd on the A and pinky on D?leaving my ring finger free....will go back to the lesson for review but do appreciate all the help 🎸🎼

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