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Hi, any chance somebody got Doug Seven's transcription of this lick lying around?
Had learned it up to speed years ago but have forgotten it...
Hi can anybody share the tab and backing track to email@example.com
I had learned it but since forgotten it, and really want it back in my...
Man if you got to ask that question, like me you're in a lot of trouble :O
Hey brother, looks like I was mistaken, the tab I was asking for was not downloadable, nor necessary.
I had ordered the pizza box set with a...
Playing in circles was really good for context. The 4 Sizzling guitar licks vids were like a workout getting the basic techniques down. I'm...
I started with Sol's course, they were very good for an absolute noob, but they're over priced and I've heard there's a thief behind the...
Yes it's terrible, worse yet is the individual he's got handling his store's email correspondence. It's been impossible to get the tab to the...
Thanks man... much appreciated :cool:
Doug, you my hero!
Sounds great man! Very charming.
Thanks for the headsup on freesound.org
Some of my Doug Seven practice takes :)
Greatest pedal for me too.. I can see how getting another one is not a bad idea.
Good playing brother!
Thanks for sharing these ... really enjoyed listening to them, the band is really working well.
I like it :)
Thanks for the encouragement wademp :grin:
I just started teaching myself country guitar via Doug Sevens' course. I'm hoping to be half as good a student as the teacher he is...
Epic tone and chops!
Loved it teleman, you're an inspiring player :)
Hey thanks for sharing that image.
Took me a while to figure out the innermost circle marks the pentatonic out. Very cool design, no doubt it's...
Very nice post.
There are so many ways to use this magical circle!
So far I'm only looking at it in a diatonic sense.
So how tele is a Grosh Electrajet VT?
Does anybody have any experience with these guitars?
A few weeks ago I was in the market for a high end tele, I ended up going the Grosh custom...
Ted greens books are not for the faint of heart.
Pick your battles wisely:
Found a gem over the weekend, more like a tome, Goeorge Van Eps' Harmonic Mechanisms for guitar, Vol 1, 2 & 3. Reminds me of Knuth's art of...