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Live Lesson: June 4th Guitar Questions Answered/Open Talk

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Tuesday June 4th, 2019

Topic: Guitar Questions Answered/Open Talk!

   

Back to live lessons tonight!

It's been way too long since we took some time to answer your questions, but tonight bring your guitar questions and let's get some answers.

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Steve, how about some useful arpeggios using the minor harmonic scale and how to incorporate them.  Thanks, see you next week.  GH

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4 hours ago, ShadowBoxer86 said:

Steve, how about some useful arpeggios using the minor harmonic scale and how to incorporate them.  Thanks, see you next week.  GH

Yes, that would be good...Steve I got kinda stuck on S17 of the LMG course, with memorizing the arpeggio patterns. Just memorizing them doesnt really seem very useful....Could you please review the patterns, and demonstrate how to use them in a melodic fashion, while playing a melody or improvising?

Thanks a  lot.. Neil

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LMG session 10, 

Is there a minimal way to finger the chords to Cannon in D, to smooth/speed it up

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Steve ; Ive been looking around for an amp that delivers that classic "jazz tone" , mostly for practice and play at home or small a small venue. I've looked at  and and tried several... (Fender Blues Jr, Pro Jr. IV, Roland JC 22, Princeton ; ) any suggestions (that don't cost 2 arms and a leg) ?  Tube or solid state? Vintage or New?   What do you use playing small venue or home for this?

Thanks; Neil

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Hi Steve,

I have built up nice callouses on my fingertips, but I still get pain, tore up skin and sometimes blisters playing acoustic guitars. Any tips?

See you in about an hour 🎸

Thanks, John

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