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  • Introduction to Improvisation (Free)DateWed May 01, 2013 7:22 am

    I signed up for it as well. Additionally I signed up for an Intro to Guitar course also on Coursera. One course is a little on the advanced side for me and the other is a little on the basic side (though not by much as I am pretty green). I figure the the basic intro course will solidify some things I already know and the improv course will give me a seed for what I can do in the future as practice I PBs stuff.

  • Eric's Module One ExercisesDateSun Apr 21, 2013 12:00 am
    Forum post by EricNY. Topic: Eric's Module One Exercises

    Thanks dlraben! I actually did tune beforehand, my guitar has a built-in tuner. But if you don't think it was in tune then maybe its the tuner, or strings or something else. All I know is that all the light went green when I plucked each string. My ears are not trained enough to tell. Maybe it's just a cheap guitar, I have a very low end (~ $200) acoustic that I bought just to learn on.

    I do have a metronome so I think what I'll do is be sure to use it for every practice session.

    Will keep your points in mind. Thanks again.


  • Eric's Module One ExercisesDateSat Apr 20, 2013 2:45 pm

    Hi Everybody. My name is Eric and I recently signed up for Pebber's Online Video Lesson program. I'm happy to join you all on our quest to become better players. He said I should post my progress on the forums so here goes... Any feedback it appreciated and it will become obvious when you watch that I am every bit a beginner so please be gentle:)

    Part 1

    Part 2

    This is for my right hand exercises. If there are any ways you guys can suggest I can improve I am open to trying them out. One thing I notice already is my pick scratching against the string especially when using the scalpel method. Is the goal to try to minimize this or eliminate it altogether?

    Will keep practicing,


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