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Thoughts On Becoming A Better Gypsy Jazz Guitarist – Part I

Thoughts On Becoming A Better Gypsy Jazz Guitarist – Part I
by Barry Wahrhaftig It’s fair to say that most of us are constantly working at becoming better players. We think about the subject often, and it may be a bit of an obsession at times. I’m going to cover some general and specific ideas that I hope will be helpful to players at all levels. […]

Posted by Barry Wahrhaftig in "Free Lessons" on 10/12/2018 at 08:48 PM.

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RE: Getting Frustrated

Thank you everyone for the feedback 1 I do not have many around me who jam GJ Im going to continue jamming along with folks on YouTube 2 After all of the time I recently spent experimenting with ne...

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RE: Favorite method of extracting licks from songs?

Something that Ive found helpful is to grab some lick you like then try to re-use it in every solo you play Choose something that really stuck out in a solo because it was so catchy Something short j...

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RE: Favorite method of extracting licks from songs?

checkout Gonzalos how I learned book It shows exactly how he extracted licks and patterns he learnedwrote to form solo etudes After you get the general idea of how it works you can begin to try it y...

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