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  1. Players, Bands, Sounds, Tours, Lessons & Theory!
    Ok, so I decided to take a few lessons to help me play better & learn more about improvisation. During the lesson the instructor played a chord progression... just Am and G... and had me improvise a little. Then had me come up with a melodic "hook"... keeping it simple and using just a few notes...
  2. Players, Bands, Sounds, Tours, Lessons & Theory!
    Ok.....so i noticed that a lot of people get annoyed with song lessons when the teacher talks too much so i'm starting some videos where i talk as fast as possible lol here is my first try haha.....was quite fun but the sound was crap cause my normal camera broke. Anyway is this gonna be...
  3. Players, Bands, Sounds, Tours, Lessons & Theory!
    Hey Guys! Check out this mini lesson I did on a fantastick jazz/blues lick by John Scofield! http://www.mortenslessons.com/john-scoifield-peculiar-guitar-lesson Morten Faerestrand, MortensLessons.com
  4. Players, Bands, Sounds, Tours, Lessons & Theory!
    Well yesterday i had my first guitar lesson. The guy went to college and everything. Any way i have been playing for 15 years just noodling and teaching myself by ear. I thought i was a hopless case and couldn't get anywhere. When the guy told me to play he said i was a great guitar player and...
  5. Players, Bands, Sounds, Tours, Lessons & Theory!
    Adding som chord melody lines to your improvisation is a great way of making it just a little more sophisticated! It's a fantastic spice to use no matter what style you play, whether you're playing jazz, blues, pop, folk, rock, funk etc. this technique works brilliantly! If you think it is...
  6. Players, Bands, Sounds, Tours, Lessons & Theory!
    Here's a lesson I made, tell me what you think:) Morten I'll help YOU be creative! http://www.mortenslessons.com
  7. Players, Bands, Sounds, Tours, Lessons & Theory!
    Check this out folks, I am really excited to see how this idea can be developed! http://mortenfaerestrand.com/Guitar-blog/Entries/2011/5/15_Guitar-blog-12-More-Paradiddles-for-jazz-guitar.html Also, you can sign up for my free chord sight reading course here...
  8. Players, Bands, Sounds, Tours, Lessons & Theory!
    This is my first real YouTube lesson and thought I would start with a face melting riff from Lamb Of God, hope you find it useful and there are tabs linked from the more info section:
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