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2089_thumb Halsne liked a comment:
Here is my short version of Rygar (it's short because I can't do those awesome variations with bass). I hope to hear a comment from you on this one, it's a really a beautiful...
1621_thumb Chris eldridge liked a comment:
Chris - although growly and very cool .. your arrangement is elegant and beautiful. Great tune and I'll be having much fun with this. Thank you! Kip  
1339_thumb Charlie left a comment on: Shuffling with T-Bone Soloing
Thanks as always Duke. Great playing, great advice!
1749_thumb Kip marchetti left a comment on: Angeline the Baker Arranging for the Guitar's Growl
Chris - although growly and very cool .. your arrangement is elegant and beautiful. Great tune and I'll be having much fun with this. Thank you! Kip  
7_thumb Corey harris published a lesson: That's Alright C# Tuning, Chords and Intro
In this lesson we will talk about the C# standard tuning and then cover the necessary chords for the song. Keep in mind that we will play the using what would be the 1,4 and 5...
6_thumb Duke robillard published a lesson: Shuffling with T-Bone Soloing
Hello Folks, This week we are working on the second intro chorus for "Tell Me What's The Reason" then some riffs and more T-Bone -isims. There are many interchangeable riffs...
1621_thumb Chris eldridge published a lesson: Angeline the Baker Arranging for the Guitar's Growl
Hello Friends! This week I’ve got a new tune for you - the venerable “Angeline The Baker.” This is a standard in the bluegrass/fiddle tune world and, as...
804_thumb Rick estrin published a lesson: Crawlin' Kingsnake First Half of First Verse Breakdown
Hey Sonic Junction - This week we'll begin utilizing that foundational rhythm we introduced last week. In this lesson we'll combine that simple rhythm with some simple licks - The...
804_thumb Rick estrin liked a comment:
This may just help Andre learn about groove....it worked for me... Go for a walk around the block with your harmonica. Once you get into your walk "groove" (steady walk - no...
1709_thumb Larry "the iceman" left a comment on: Fattening Frogs for Snakes Performance
This may just help Andre learn about groove....it worked for me... Go for a walk around the block with your harmonica. Once you get into your walk "groove" (steady walk - no...
804_thumb Rick estrin left a comment on: Fattening Frogs for Snakes Performance
Hey Andre - It was great seeing you in NY! One of the important keys to feeling the groove is relaxation. Work on by practicing something simple - something where execution is no...
2166_thumb Andre loiselle left a comment on: Fattening Frogs for Snakes Performance
sorry Rick , my explanation yesterday was wrong about to be ahead , on , and behind the beat 
Chris Paul lawler added to a forum topic: New Song Request
How about "Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler"?  I love Jimmy Martin and TR's versions.  There's a great live video of you playing it with the Punch Bros where you nail a couple of...
2166_thumb Andre loiselle left a comment on: Fattening Frogs for Snakes Performance
I didn t know that was that hard to play and be in the "groove" or instead to know where I am in the song  ... I mean , lately I started to play and follow the 12 bar and counting...
2097_thumb Torgeir jorem left a comment on: Keep Me From Blowing Away Soloing Based on the Melody
beautiful song! Here is my attempt. I've noticed that singing with emotion can be quite difficult for 3+ minutes, as thoughts sometimes fly away (for example 'did I play that good...
2040_thumb Dennis gruenling added to a forum topic: Get ready for Chromatic!
Thank You!! I will do another chromatic song in the future, yes!  
2040_thumb Dennis gruenling liked a forum post:
More Chromatic!!! You are The best!!
2169_thumb Ferflair added to a forum topic: Get ready for Chromatic!
More Chromatic!!! You are The best!!
1621_thumb Chris eldridge left a comment on: Rygar C Section and Bridge
Sounds good. And as a general note - if you feel like you need to take a break from it for awhile that’s fine. Sometimes a little time away from something you’ve been banging your...
1621_thumb Chris eldridge liked a comment:
Hey Chris.  I appriciate your video response, and I can see what you're pointing at. I've practized a lot on this, but kinda feel I have stagnated on developing my playing on...
1749_thumb Kip marchetti liked a comment:
hey Chris!   This is actually a version I learned from Molly Tuttle on youtube, but I thought I would put it up here anyway if you have any comments on it. By the way, is...
2097_thumb Torgeir jorem left a comment on: Rygar C Section and Bridge
Hey Chris.  I appriciate your video response, and I can see what you're pointing at. I've practized a lot on this, but kinda feel I have stagnated on developing my playing on...
2097_thumb Torgeir jorem left a comment on: Wildwood Flower Crosspicking to Accommodate Melody
hey Chris!   This is actually a version I learned from Molly Tuttle on youtube, but I thought I would put it up here anyway if you have any comments on it. By the way, is...
Dan Jay added to a forum topic: Four Strong Winds
Dan Zanes did a great lesson on Four Strong Winds, and I can no longer find it on his site. Any way to get it back on there?
409_thumb Mike caren left a comment on: Shuffling with T-Bone Intro Breakdown
Sounds great. Love the tone too!
141_thumb Stevieboy left a comment on: Shuffling with T-Bone Intro Breakdown
Duke John knoben left a comment on: Shuffling with T-Bone Intro Breakdown
Hi Duke, I like your T-Bone Walker lessons. I'm trying to play solo guitar for about 3 years, but did not get the right picture on how to play a nice solo Now I...
2040_thumb Dennis gruenling left a comment on: Buffle Off to Shuffalo Intro and Performance
Very good, real nice work on this song! Much of this was spot on, nice job! A few places, the only critique would be to get a cleaner articulation and more of a scoop/dip on some...
2040_thumb Dennis gruenling liked a comment:
New attempt:
804_thumb Rick estrin left a comment on: Crawlin' Kingsnake Chord Rhythm
Give it a chance - work with it and see how it comes together for you. As always, I'll be happy to attempt clarification wherever I can. 
 
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