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Name: Andrew Herman
Occupation: Programmer
Date registered 09.20.2015
Date of birth: 17. May 1985
Last online: 11.04.2015
Sex: male


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Fri Oct 23, 2015 8:24 pm | jump to post

Love the White Summer man. Definitely a wide open feel.

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Thu Oct 15, 2015 9:59 am | jump to post

Nice! Dig the cover.I always confuse Davey Graham and Bert Jansch in my head. Very similar in style and era.John Martyn's another guy I think of with them...he's a bit later and not exactly the same style, but another British finger-picker that's not super well known. You may know of him, but if anybody's lurking on this thread, they would probably like him!
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Thu Oct 15, 2015 7:34 am | jump to post

Yeah Bert Jansch is just so happens that the version I learned is Page's :)I know he was a hero to a lot of guitarists from that generation. I've learned a few of his songs by proxy...for example I learned the Paul Simon version of Anji.I think the one song I have learned his version of is "Blues Run the Game," and that's not even his, haha.
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Wed Oct 14, 2015 8:07 pm | jump to post

Thanks so much for taking the time to check these out! I know it was a big dump of videos.I'm definitely going to try to work in the 1234-1234-1234 kinda' patterns for chromatic patterns.I'm definitely backing some tempos down to gain more control then working back up. It's cool looking at this even a week later because I already feel like I have much better control than when I posted these videos! I think I'm going to try to post these every other weekish, if only to track my own progress!
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Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:40 pm | jump to post

Dig the li'l etude man! Also sweet archtop!I just noodled a's a little rough and sound's not great, but maybe it'll give people a couple ideas. I learned Zeppelin's Black Mountainside a long time ago, and the bits-and-pieces I remember are (crudely) in there. There's another little thing from a song I wrote ago with some cool descending lines, although you'll see I also kinda' forget some of that stuff, too, haha.Anyways, DADGAD's cool for droney stuff, and pretty nice to get an east...

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Wed Oct 07, 2015 7:58 pm | jump to post

BIAB is awesome...I just don't feel like paying for it! But freakin' great for practicing improv.
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Wed Oct 07, 2015 7:57 pm | jump to post

Looks solid! Only note I have as an onlooker is that on some of then you were really hammering the 1. That's good for keeping time, but I think the goal with these right hand drills is absolutely consistency on each stroke.
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Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:27 pm | jump to post

And this second one is left hand stuff.Chromatic patterns, single-string, quarters, then triplets with fingers 123, 234, 1234, at 100bpmChromatic patterns, 4-note per string, 100bpmChromatic patterns, 5-note per string, 100bpm (sloppy, should have slowed down to 80 or 90 bpm)Chromatic patterns, 6-note per string, 80bpmLaddersNeuvo Classical fun, triplets at 140bpmNeuvo Classical fun, quarters at 140bpm
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Mon Oct 05, 2015 9:17 pm | jump to post

Awesome, thanks, Pebber! I started with the single plan just to try to get into the swing of things and not overdo anything, but very well may upgrade if I can keep up the pace.


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