www.nextlevelguitar.com Click the above link to check out our new DVD titled “Beginner Fingerstyle Guitar” – it has over 90 minutes of video lessons to get you playing the techniques of that sweet finger picked sounds – check it out This lesson is a part of a lesson on the above DVD where we teach you how to play fingerstyle guitar Many more lessons on the full on video instructional website at: www.nextlevelguitar.com
chords here: www.ultimate-guitar.com
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Heres part 4 for y’all. we’re finally starting on electric guitar! and so sorry about the distorted audio. the webcam mic sucks and i had it set a little too high so the audio distorted. i’ll fix it for the next lesson. NOTE – Lesson 5 and 6 are now posted. link to lesson 5 – www.youtube.com
Learn to play harmonica. MUSIC 097 OK ~ BENDING NOTES ~ What makes a note bend? Normally, when you play a note on your harp, the air passes over the reed more or less parallel with it. If you cause the air to pass over the reed at an angle … it makes the reed vibrate at a different rate, so the note changes its pitch and we say the note has “bent.” IT’S BY CHANGING THE SHAPE OF THE CAVERN OF YOUR MOUTH THAT THE AIR IS DEFLECTED AND THIS AFFECTS THE TONE AND PITCH OF THE REED. Some trivia ~ when you bend a note on a harmonica, the note flattens . . . when you bend a note on a stringed instrument, ie a guitar, the note sharpens. ! Now isn’t this great information? ! ! ! There are several ‘bending’ methods in addition to what’s on the video, here are two others ~ 1) Place your harp in your lips at hole 1 … inhale while DRAWING FROM YOUR ABDOMEN … drop your jaw. The note will bend. Try it on holes 2, 3 and 4. (These are the holes that are the easiest to bend.) See it demonstrated here – this is an EXCELLENT presentation – www.youtube.com 2) This method is a bit more advanced. ~ Choose one of the holes 1 to 4 … USING THE MUSCLES DEEP IN YOUR THROAT/NECK draw the air through the reed. ie DRAW FROM YOUR THROAT. Your tongue goes back a bit and your jaw drops a little … it’s dinky to explain, however by experimenting you’ll soon get it. See it demonstrated by Adam Gussow on this video – watch his throat closely and you’ll understand. www.wonderhowto.com Bending notes …
“Five-Finger Exercises” for piano – Learn Piano Technique @ www.ZebraKeys.com Practice finger exercises daily prior to practicing or playing any songs will help to increase the flexibility of your fingers.
Im making a series of videos to show beginners the basics of different guitar styles so that they can broaden their range of playing in minimal time.
Tabs are here: ultimate-guitar.com Enjoy everyone and good luck. Aaron
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Son tumbao Latin music rhythms are usually played on the conga drum in a slower fashion. Learn more about how to play son tumbao rhythms with tips from a professional conga drum player in this free music lesson video. Expert: Johnny Conga Contact: www.myspace.com/jcjohnnyconga Bio: Johnny Conga has been performing on the conga drum for over 40 years. Filmmaker: Curtis Enlow