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March
2021

Pebber, You are the Man!! 👊🏻🎸🔥

Hey Pebber! Just wanted to drop a line and let you know how much I appreciate you, man. You’re a brilliant teacher, and a really cool, and funny dude! haha. I recently discovered your YouTube channel looking for a tutorial on Reaper rendering, and then I was blown away by your immense library of guitar knowledge, and tutorials! I have to admit I’m one of those “ “sloppy”players that you talk about, but you’re right! haha. I’m so glad you’re online to share your knowledge with everyone. That’s an amazing gift to all of us out here, and I for one, supremely appreciate it. Your free lessons are so inspiring, because of you charity and giving spirit, to give freely to all of us. The hell with all those clowns that bash you, man! They got much deeper anger issues, and it’s got nothing to do with you brother. Don’t let it work you up, or get under your skin, man. Trust me you are LOVED out here by those that are really aspiring to always be improving on our instruments... Haters are gonna hate, but their words are like dust in the wind.
Thank you for being so humble and talented, and eager to pass on your wisdom to the next generation, and your contemporaries. Your channel kicks ass, and you have a natural gift as a teacher, and as a mentor. Just needed to tell you brother!! I don’t want you to get discouraged by naysayers, because as we all know, they can be tough to deal with... and I don’t give a crap how many notes you fudge at 2am!! lol You should see how many I fudge at 2 PM!!! lol 🤣

God bless you Pebber, for your gift to this world. I’m looking forward to digging into more of what you discovered - especially incrementalism. Its been very helpful!

Peace, brother! And keep ROCKIN’!! 😎👊🏻

Write comment now Author: PJMusic Tue Mar 30, 2021 6:42 am
11
March
2021

How to improvise without thinking about scales

So one thing I don't understand is how improvisation works ( on the guitar ). I mean I know the pentatonic scale and I can come up with random licks when listening to a backing track. But when it comes to a 7 note scale i am completely lost. I can't memorize all the patterns ( like on the pentatonic scale ) and therefore i cannot use it. So my question really is: what does it really mean to know a scale? Does it mean that you remembered all the patterns and you can visualize them all over the neck? Does it mean that you know all the notes on the fretboard and the ones in the scale? Do you have to think about the patterns constantly ( which btw I can't imagine and I don't think that's how scales should be approached )? How are there so many players that just don't think about a single shape on the neck and yet they are "magically" in key ?

Write comment now Author: iskamdasamdobar Thu Mar 11, 2021 11:55 am
05
January
2021

7 notes per 2 beats 100 bpm

Write comment now Author: Debanik Paul Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:11 am
05
January
2021

6 notes per 2 beats 100 Bpm

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05
January
2021

5 notes per 2 beats 100 Bpm

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05
January
2021

4 notes per 2 beats 100 Bpm

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05
January
2021

3 notes per 2 beats 100 Bpm

Write comment now Author: Debanik Paul Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:03 am
05
January
2021

2 notes per 2 beats 100 Bpm

Write comment now Author: Debanik Paul Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:01 am
05
January
2021

1 note per 2 beats 100 Bpm

Write comment now Author: Debanik Paul Tue Jan 05, 2021 8:54 am
30
October
2020

Trying Hybrid patterns

Write comment now Author: Debanik Paul Fri Oct 30, 2020 8:08 am
30
October
2020

Subdivision 6 notes per beat at 60 bpm


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30
October
2020

Subdivision 5 notes per beat at 60 bpm


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October
2020

Subdivision 4 notes per beat at 60 bpm


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October
2020

Subdivision 3 notes per beat at 60 BPM


Write comment now Author: Debanik Paul Fri Oct 30, 2020 7:48 am
01
October
2020

How to identify my guitar playing problems

So I've been playing for about year and a half now. I've made some decent progress. However
my progress got stuck. I realize that I have to make some kind of practice shedule but I don't
know how. The way I see it is I have to identify my guitar playing problems and then pracitce
exercises for fixing them. However I can't really do that. When I can't get something up to speed (by starting slow and then gradually speeding it up ) I realize that my technique is obviously wrong but I can't really tell what exactly am I not doing right.So if anyone has any suggestions about what should I do I'd be pretty happy to read them.

Write comment now Author: iskamdasamdobar Thu Oct 01, 2020 2:48 pm
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