Re: Trebleshoetring an Applebone Valve Junior
On Tue, 02 Feb 2010 09:57:37 -0600, Mitch <Mitch@...> wrote:
What separates a "hard song" from a
"not too hard song"?
Huge stretches with the pinky is just one thing.
Basically, I need a good teacher that can put me on the right track.
But we're broke until I find a job.
You're a teacher, aren't you Lumpy?
oooh boy....I can't wait!!!!!
- Re: Teacher Question
... >>> I'd like to know some opinions on the teacher situation I am in. ... The first song he was trying ... Other scales (major, minor, pentatonic and many more ... a masters degree in composition and a composer himself. ...
- Re: my sons project
... that impressed by the song. ... ?My son really wanted to show some good guitar ... ?I wonder what the teacher would say if he was ... Not surprised the kids all yawned. ...
- Re: Is there such a thing as "too much" practice?
... Just as a references, not that the relationship between the hand and wrist should be straight, not angled. ... One of the important things to learn from teachers, especially by those who "don't need a teacher" are just such non-musical things a student may not notice. ... Many of us who came up with a low-slung guitar and our thumb lolling over the top fo the neck began to have significant problems getting any accuracy out of our pinky. ...
- Re: Buzzing about RIAA
... >> I am a supporter of copyright protection. ... I like a song, I go to Powertabs ... > It is, if the music teacher is transcribing the song themselves, and giving ... > their transcription to the student as part of the lesson. ...
- Re: Slow progress
... I would like to play SOMETHING well, ... My first thought is that maybe you have a teacher who doesn't fit your style ... Just because you know all the chords and scales used in a song doesn't mean ... Even after 18 years of playing I still come across chord changes, ...