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Location: Ohio
Occupation: Application Developer
Hobbies: Music, Monster Movies, Mathematics, Microbreweries
Date registered 06.19.2012
Date of birth: 22. September 1968
Last online: 05.10.2013
Sex: male

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oddbaugh has replied to a post
Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:41 am | jump to post

Pebber's Live at the Press CD is currently back ordered, according to this page.

oddbaugh has replied to a post
Sun Dec 23, 2012 5:34 pm | jump to post

Thanks for the links! I'm up to pages 87~95 of "A Modern Method for Guitar, Volume 1" by William Leavitt. Seems to be a good book for music reading. Seven months of 30 minutes (minimum) daily reading, and I'm still plugging away at it.
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Sun Dec 23, 2012 5:25 pm | jump to post

Start here for scales: can follow this link which organizes all the videos from oldest to newest. Watch the ones with "scale," "chord," or "arpeggio" in the title. can try these searches:Module 3: Scales 4: Chording 6: Arpe...

oddbaugh has replied to a post
Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:11 pm | jump to post

Make a video & post it. Then maybe some of the more experienced dudes here can check out your technique and offer helpful suggestions.

oddbaugh has replied to a post
Thu Sep 27, 2012 2:28 pm | jump to post

Agreed! I'd like to echo your regard. Echooooooo....

oddbaugh has replied to a post
Sat Sep 22, 2012 5:56 pm | jump to post

(Disclaimer: I'm just a rookie offering my lunatic opinion here.)Someone playing G Major scale over a G Major chord is still playing a mode - G Ionian.Modes are scales. G Ionian = A Dorian = B Phrygian = C Lydian = D Mixolydian = E Aeolian = F# Locrian = G Major scale (the scale from which the modes are derived.) Thank you, uderoche, for talking about tonal gravity. That's why I posted about playing the scales slowly over backing tracks to learn the sound of the modes (and, hence, the amount of ...

oddbaugh has replied to a post
Sun Sep 16, 2012 6:41 am | jump to post

You could try music school.And playing scales slowly over backing tracks (like 'A' Major/F# minor over C#m7) to learn the sound. I just started doing this.

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Mon Sep 03, 2012 9:48 am | jump to post

5-6 hours of trills... no wonder you're worried you might become "frightened" of your guitar. Hell, I'm frightened of your guitar.Picking adjacent strings? Non-adjacent strings? Combining left- and right-hand exercises? Chromatic scales? Wholetone scales? Ladders? Spiders? Module 3? Pentatonic scales? Sequences? Intervals? Module 4? Ear training? Sight reading? Arpeggios? Songs? Playing scales over backing tracks? Improvising over backing tracks...

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Mon Aug 20, 2012 9:16 pm | jump to post

I'm hoping the "Live at the Press" CD is available soon. The live videos on youtube are *&#$*@ awesome, not to mention inspiring.

oddbaugh has replied to a post
Sun Aug 12, 2012 7:18 am | jump to post

Good enough? Yours are the absolute best I've seen. The reason I started creating my own was to eventually map out all keys on the neck. (Rather than using pen & paper, I'm using keyboard & computer.) It helps me to learn the notes of each key.I uploaded the pdf because somewhere in this thread, you said to upload a pdf of all the modes on the neck in the key of G or C. But maybe you were typing to a specific individual, and not to the general forum population.


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