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*******truefire****/next-top-guitar-instructor/andy-collins/ - Click here to vote for me now, thanks!
17 Nov 2013
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Catch all the episodes at *******www.thehuntingchannelonline****/ Check out The Hunting Channel Online's John Stallone as he takes this great AZ bull elk with his Mathews Heli-M.#Mathews #Goldtip #swhacker #truefire
17 Oct 2013
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Video by TrueFire. Bruce Arnold Trio live performance at Gibson Showroom in NYC July 19th 2010. Part of the NYU 2010 Summer Guitar Intensive. Bruce gets to have fun with his new JP Music Man Guitar. "12 Tone Boogie" can also be heard on Bruce's new CD "Heavy Mental." Bruce Arnold Guitar Jerry DeVore Bass Kirk Driscoll Drums Special Thanks to Dudley Gimpel and Derek Brooks at Music Man/Ernie Ball, David Ellefson at Peavey for the JSX amp, Jim Felber and Mike Mullen at Gibson for use of Gibson Showroom and Paul Howells for recording audio. For more info see: *******brucearnold**** *******www.muse-eek****
23 Jan 2011
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Video by TrueFire. Bruce Arnold Trio live performance at Gibson Showroom in NYC July 19th 2010. Part of the NYU 2010 Summer Guitar Intensive. Bruce gets to have fun with his new JP Music Man Guitar. Multiplicity can also be heard on Bruce's new CD "Heavy Mental." Bruce Arnold Guitar Jerry DeVore Bass Kirk Driscoll Drums Special Thanks to Dudley Gimpel and Derek Brooks at Music Man/Ernie Ball, David Ellefson at Peavey for the JSX amp, Jim Felber and Mike Mullen at Gibson for use of Gibson Showroom and Paul Howells for recording audio. For more info see: *******brucearnold**** *******www.muse-eek****
22 Jan 2011
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Video by TrueFire. Bruce Arnold Trio live performance at Gibson Showroom in NYC July 19th 2010. Part of the NYU 2010 Summer Guitar Intensive. Bruce gets to have fun with a double neck and a lap steel. Bruce Arnold Guitar Jerry DeVore Bass Kirk Driscoll Drums Special Thanks to Jim Felber and Mike Mullen at Gibson for Gibson EDS-1275 Double Neck, David Ellefson at Peavey for the JSX amp, Bill Asher at Asher Guitars and Lap Steels for the Custom Electro Hawaiian Slide and Paul Howells for audio recording. For more info see: *******brucearnold**** *******www.muse-eek****
22 Jan 2011
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FULL COURSE: *******su.pr/1xtSFp More free guitar lessons: *******su.pr/1Y6np4 As guitarists, I think we've all experienced that sense of frustration and helplessness that occurs when, while playing, the fingerboard starts to shut down, dissolving into an elusive maze of strings and frets. Just what is it that makes viewing musical relationships on guitar so difficult? Actually, there are a number of factors that are responsible and during this course we are going to address and hopefully remedy all of them. One obstacle is the result of a misconception and habit of thought acquired during the earliest stages of learning to play that is carried over into later playing situations. That misconception is that chord symbols represent isolated, unrelated finger grips. For example, when playing a simple folk song, each chord symbol is treated as representing a finger grip to be strummed until the next chord symbol is spotted above the lyric. (This is an example of vertical thinking.) While this is a fine and necessary approach for a beginner, later on, encountering more harmonically complex material, thinking of chord symbols as isolated and unrelated finger grips tends to obscure the closely interdependent horizontal flow and function of chords within a progression. Let me give you some examples. Progression for Danny Boy, Loch Lomond D Dmaj7 D6 D G Gmaj7 Em7 A7 D (Above progression with isolated finger grips.) (Above Progression with good voice leading showing the descending moving bass line on the 6th string.) Notice how the beautiful moving line implied by these chord symbols was obscured when I approached each chord symbol as an isolated and unrelated finger grip. Try to keep lines moving in the same direction as long as possible. Now, to acquire the skills necessary to interpret chord symbols as a guide to accessing moving lines, you'll need to become thoroughly familiar with triads which are the building blocks of chords, chord construction formulas and chord voicings in all inversions and locations along and across the fingerboard. Part One of this course will introduce you to all these topics.
31 May 2010
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TrueFire: Dirt Road Blues This Paul Rishell guitar lesson from his new TrueFire ( *******truefire**** ) course, Dirt Road Blues, covers one of Charley Patton's country blues guitar favorites. Get tab for this guitar lesson on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tftv/index.html?channel=dirtroadblues&videofile=dirtroadblues/drb03v1 ). More video samples from this course on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tv ).
9 Nov 2009
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14 Aug 2009
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Get a grip on the CAGED and EDCAG guitar fretboard systems with these video guitar lessons from Brad Carlton's CAGED Cracked TrueFire ( *******truefire**** ) course. Get tab for this guitar lesson on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tftv/index.html?channel=caged&videofile= ). More video samples from this course on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tv ).
7 Aug 2009
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Drop D fingerstyle guitar motif from Richard Gilewitz on this video guitar lesson from his TrueFire ( *******truefire**** ) course, Fingerscapes. Get tab for this guitar lesson on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tftv/index.html?channel=fingerscapes&videofile=&prewait=true ). More video samples from this course on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tv ).
4 Apr 2009
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Get modal with Mimi Fox on this video guitar lesson from her TrueFire ( *******truefire**** ) course, Jazz Anatomy. Get tab for this guitar lesson on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tftv/index.html?channel
24 Feb 2009
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Larry Carlton ( *******www.larrycarlton**** ) guitar lesson focuses on lead blues guitar part for Stormy-like blues; from his new 335 Blues course. Tab for this lesson on Mr 335 TV ( *******mr335.tv ) or at TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tv)
9 Feb 2009
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This David Hamburger slide blues guitar lesson from his TrueFire ( *******truefire**** ) course, Slide Shop, covers an Elmore James style rhythm guitar part in open D tuning. Get tab for this guitar lesson on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tftv/index.html?channel
6 Feb 2009
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Drop D fingerstyle guitar motif from Richard Gilewitz on this video guitar lesson from his TrueFire ( *******truefire**** ) course, Fingerscapes. Get tab for this guitar lesson on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tftv/index.html?channel=fingerscapes&videofile=&prewait=true ). More video samples from this course on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tv ).
13 Dec 2008
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Get a grip on the CAGED and EDCAG guitar fretboard systems with these video guitar lessons from Brad Carlton's CAGED Cracked TrueFire ( *******truefire**** ) course. Get tab for this guitar lesson on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tftv/index.html?channel=caged&videofile= ). More video samples from this course on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tv ).
18 Sep 2008
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Get a grip on the CAGED and EDCAG guitar fretboard systems with these video guitar lessons from Brad Carlton's CAGED Cracked TrueFire ( *******truefire**** ) course. Get tab for this guitar lesson on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tftv/index.html?channel=caged&videofile= ). More video samples from this course on TrueFire TV ( *******truefire****/tv ).
18 Sep 2008
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