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Tiffany Poon practicing. I don’t know this piece, but loved watching her work through it. The commentary she adds is illuminating and funny (I would’ve missed 95% of the errors, at least without the commentary).
Doesn’t matter if you play guitar or not. Do these intros on your own instrument.
One area for using Google tools is in music education. Technology can help you create your own music and explore and understand musical concepts that can be difficult to visualize. Follow this link to take a look at many tools from Google, or that work with Google, that can be used for teaching, learning, and…
Learn more about Les Paul (documentary 1 of 5, Wikipedia). He’s amazing!
I found this a refreshing approach to understanding scale/chord relationships. Nice!
Blues wizard Josh Smith talks about the importance of rhythm guitar in a world preoccupied with guitar solos.
Just because it’s drums doesn’t mean you can’t use these beats/rhythms in your own practice. Why do scales in boring even notes? Mix it up!
art by Adam Ellis