NWPines wrote:If you're looking for structure, these "courses" can be super helpful and he also has a lot of other great lessons:
http://justinguitar.com/en/IM-000-Inter ... Method.php
I'd also highly recommend "Fretboard Logic" by Bill Edwards.
crazyfingerssotm wrote:...I lack a lot of Garcia vocabulary...
Pete B. wrote:crazyfingerssotm wrote:...I lack a lot of Garcia vocabulary...
Hey Man I made a few vids a few years back that may be of help.
These are intended to help get Jerry-head advanced-beginners, to make the leap to Jerry-head advanced-intermediates.
We just got a Skype ready TV over the holidays.
I need to buy the camera, and sign on to Skype, then maybe I can give someone a Skype lesson.
...It all rolls into one...
Pete B. wrote:One thing you could do to create an official practice routine is, First off decide what song you want to learn (more like "study"), then divide the Jerry stuff into two catagories.
1. Stuff he plays pretty much exactly the same every time.
2. Improvisal stuff.
Pull it up on YouTube or Archive and play along with it a few times (vids are nice for lick/chord/fret-position queues).
Just taking one song, Estimated Prophet for example...
tcsned wrote:I would also recommend that for everything you learn you look for a couple of other songs that you can use the same scale, riff, technique, or approach with. Transfer of knowledge to new situations is the key for deeper learning and understanding. This is especially true with improvisation.
Also, I would begin each practice session with a review of the last thing you practiced.
Cmnaround wrote:I do this and it helped me get better quick. I also needed a routine. Used my digital 8 track to lay down a 20 minute track of drums...
HippieGuy1954 wrote:The thing that helped me the most when I started (42 yrs ago) was practice, practice, practice! I would learn one song and play it everyday over and over for 2 to 3 hrs...
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