August 13, 2019 at 11:58 AM #2053238
Heard “Wildwood Flower” from your YOUTUBE posting, preferred your version and joined CGO to learn it…thank you! Favorite version of “Red Wing” is by Jason Harr on YOUTUBE but his website took me to Chordify…NOT what looking for! Could you teach “Red Wing”???
August 24, 2019 at 8:42 AM #2053884
Hey Omar! I’m glad you found my Wildwood Flower lesson. “Red Wing” has been request by some other members so I’ll definitely record this one at some point. I have some other lessons in the queue that I have to record first but I’ll get to it as soon as I can. Thanks for the request! If you find a good YouTube video example you’d like to send me or if you think of other lesson requests, you can send those through the top menu under Contact > Request a Lesson. All the requests sent through that page go to straight to my email and they also get added to a database where we store the lesson requests. Hope you have a good weekend – Devin
- This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Devin.
September 15, 2019 at 11:40 AM #2055071
Hey Devin… I’ve gone through the first several lessons in your Fill Riffs and Lead Guitar course, which made me interested in learning the five box shapes for both the G Major and G Blues Scales. So, I’ve been working on that. One of the things that I apply, from what I learned in your Riffs course, is the addition of hammer-on and pull-offs to the boxes/scales. I still pretty much just play the boxes straight up and down, but the addition of the hammer-on and pull-offs make the scales much more interesting and musical.
Recently, I was checking out some other on-line instructors because I was looking for a good example of some One-String scales (which apparently is referred to as playing Horizontally, as opposed to Vertically — or, up and down). Would love it if you could put together a lesson on this. Extra high-five if you could do the lesson in the key of G. 🙂
PS — Will send you a separate e-mail, with a couple of links to the instructors I’ve viewed.
Thanks for what you do.
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