It is funny when you are choosing gear to buy or use to play because what works for you, will not work for another. The one nice benefit of playing at the blues jams that I attend is that the amp backline is there. You never know what you are going to play through and until you get there, the popourri is a clusterf*ck. On this forum we have had all types of discussions regarding recommended amps and what we recommend. I am so glad that I have been able to part of this group because had I not, I
Updated 04-16-2012 at 05:56 PM by Modern Saint
Having fun with Intervals – Part 1: The minor 2nd (m2)
While everyone wants to learn the greatest lick or the modes of the major scale right out of the starter’s gate, most players fail to recognize and learn the basic fundamentals of music – the Interval.
Simply defined, an Interval (according to Webster’s) is:
The distance between things.The difference in pitch between two notes distance between two points.
While it is true that
Have you ever been able to play what you hear? Have you ever tried?
Many players get stuck in a rut and cannot figure out how to advance from the point that they have reached. This can be the most challenging and yet most rewarding if you can change the way you think.
Sooo....If you can't play what you hear, try some of these tidbits to get you started.
Take a simple melody - such as "Mary Had A Little Lamb" (not SRV's version but the nursery
Updated 12-12-2010 at 05:15 AM by Modern Saint