Category Archives: music-how-to

What it takes to be a session legend with Gail Ann Dorsey

[Music] guys we are here with the legendary you are a legendary Galen Dorsey here in New York she’s being cool enough to come along and bring your awesome bass as well which I’ll be asking you all about it steeped in history I’ve seen in like a ton of times I don’t be an…

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Colin Hay: How To Play Overkill Tutorial

a lot of people ask me how to play overkill 429 thing to be exact me last kind anyway look um it’s not a bad little rundown I’ll try and explain how to play the song in the simplest way possible and but and as in as interesting as a way as possible so we’ll…

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Learn Legato Triplets to Play Faster Solos [GUITAR LESSON]

GET UR SHRED ON! Actually this is shred-lite, diet shred. Legato lets you play fast without having to learn to coordinate your pickstrokes. These techniques go hand in hand with the video I did on one-string scales, and I suggest you check that one out if you are unfamiliar with the concept https://youtu.be/TbbtxQQgi8w Tweets by…

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Open Tuning B-E-B-E-B-E Acoustic Guitar Lesson With Scott Grove

Drop By My Site For FREE Lessons Here: http://www.freewebs.com/groovymusiclessons/freelessons.htm Check out all of my guitar reviews here: http://www.freewebs.com/groovymusiclessons/myinstrumentreviews.htm ROBOT GENERATED TEXT: hello folks Scott Grove here of groovy music lessons calm you can always find out my free lessons if you are on YouTube right now by clicking the link right below here will take…

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1 Easy Trick for Learning How to Sing – Felicia Ricci

1 Easy Trick for Learning How to Sing / http://www.BeltingCrashCourse.com / Take my FREE 3-video belt singing course! This video offers my top tip for learning and teaching yourself how to sing – and it’s all about harnessing the power of VISUAL CUES and “face shapes.” Singing can be super confusing if you think of it as…

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How To Sing With Your Own Voice – Roger Burnley Voice Studio – Singing Vocal Lesson

WANT A PRIVATE VOCAL LESSON WITH ME? Contact me here: http://rogerburnleyvoicestudio.com/contact/ For more vocal tips, secret industry updates and auditions, sign up for my newsletter at: www.rogerburnleyvoicestudio.com In this video, I work with my client Phillip Michael on How To Find Your Own Voice. The most important thing that you can ever do as and…

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The Acoustic Guitar Chord That changes Everything

Click here for our beginner Free chord and Scale Book http://www.guitarjamz.com/new_requests/ Attention beginning guitarists: Do you want to know why Marty Schwartz is the perfect teacher for your guitar journey? It’s because he gets results with students where other teachers can’t. Why? Marty Schwartz teaches you how to strum your guitar The Acoustic Guitar Chord…

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Rig Rundown – Johnny Hiland

Article and photos: http://bit.ly/JohnnyHilandRR High above the Nashville skyline, guitar slinger Johnny Hiland met with PG’s John Bohlinger for a pre-show Rig Rundown. Hiland showed off a diverse cache of 6-strings, two cool amps and a larger—yet practical—board that makes for a killer setup for both the studio and live gigs. Hiland’s current No. 1…

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Jimmie Vaughan on Strats, Stevie Ray and Clapton at NAMM 2018

“It’s beautiful. It looks like a rocket ship… a lamp… a raygun” With the limited edition Vaughan Brothers John Cruz Master Built Stratocaster set launched at #NAMM2018, we caught up with the legendary Jimmie Vaughan​ to talk Strats, Stevie Ray, Clapton and much more. Find out more about the Fender Custom Shop​’s new 2018 models…

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Why do so many people play this riff wrong?

In this video I am showing why many people play this riff wrong. Thanks to the peeps of the YouTube clips I was showing, it’s not meant to bash, but to learn other viewers why this happens to so many guitar players! And of course to teach you how to avoid this stuff from happening…

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B&G Prototype Amp

The B&G Prototype™ Amp is our take on the classic tube amps of the 1950s & ’60s. Inspired by the sound and design concepts of this era, our hearts and minds were set to combine the best features of those classics with our own ideas and innovation. Our main goal was to provide a great…

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Top 10 Beatles Songs for Acoustic Guitar

Here’s the top 10 Beatles songs to learn on acoustic guitar for the advancing guitar player. Head to: http://www.chrismurringuitar.com/ for 100s of totally free online guitar lessons. This is, in my opinion the best Beatles songs to learn if you’re starting get pretty good on the guitar. The list could stretch out MUCH further than…

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My Top 5 Van Halen Riffs

hey guys I’ll do it it’s come back to you again today I bring you my top 5 van Halen riffs now a lot of these riffs are very underrated and they’re not the most popular of choices and to me they just they just feel good to play and there’s some of my favorite…

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The Coolest Guitar Pedal You’ve Never Heard Of

I’m a big fan of efficiency frugality and quality and I found something that scratches all three of those ditches but first a little bit of background when I was in high school I was putting together a pedal board for the very first time and after scouring internet forums and watching a lot of…

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