Profile for Paul Kump

Paul Kump

General information
Name: Paul Marty Kump
Location: Queens, New York
Date registered 06.04.2017
Last online: 07.17.2017
Sex: male


Latest activities
show details
Paul Kump has replied to a post
Fri Jul 14, 2017 10:59 pm | jump to post

Thanks for the replies, you guys. I think I am going to take the arduous journey to try to change my picking style to Pebber's sarod-scalpel hybrid. My wrist cannot even make that damn sarod motion as of right now!

Paul Kump has replied to a post
Sun Jul 09, 2017 7:40 am | jump to post

Farelli, do you have any before-and-after videos you could share with me/us?
Paul Kump has created a new topic in the forum
Sat Jul 08, 2017 10:06 pmToo Far Gone To Re-Learn Picking?

Paul Kump has replied to a post
Fri Jun 30, 2017 10:00 pm | jump to post

Excuse me...Jerry C's Canon Rock modulates from D Ionian to D Aeolian, not Locrian.
Paul Kump has replied to a post
Fri Jun 30, 2017 9:22 pm | jump to post

Yes, I had a teacher who taught me the modes this way. I was initially surprised to learn that Lydian was the most inside-sounding (knowing nothing more, I would expect Ionian). But my ear agrees with the list; I definitely prefer the sharp-4 sound of the Lydian scale over the natural fourth in the Ionian. I guess the half-step clash with the fifth is more appealing to me than the half-step clash with the third.My teacher would have me play the modes in the way most learn: Playing the relativ...

Paul Kump has replied to a post
Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:39 pm | jump to post

You're spreading yourself too thin. Spending five minutes on an exercise or learning a song is probably not enough to make any headway on the exercise or song. An hour is not a lot of time, so don't divide it too much. As a rule of thumb, my minimum block of time is 20 minutes to spend on an exercise and, even then, I don't feel good about only spending 20 minutes on something. Pebber's preferred picking technique is a combo of scalpel and Sarod. In theory, if you were able to get these tec...

Paul Kump has replied to a post
Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:47 pm | jump to post

Hi Eric123,You must subscribe to Pebber's online video lessons for, at its cheapest, $15 per month. This will gain you access to Student Level 1 videos, including Music Theory For Guitar Vols. 1A through 1F. The rest of the music theory videos (I think there are six parts) will be released to you as you progress and demonstrate your knowledge.

Paul Kump has replied to a post
Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:58 pm | jump to post

Pebber has a video on youtube for everyone calledMODES - Part 1Start there man.

Paul Kump has replied to a post
Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:30 pm | jump to post

That's great, heyman! How does one even begin to learn that?

Paul Kump has replied to a post
Wed Jun 07, 2017 10:26 pm | jump to post

Hey guild1978,I think it is best to tackle all of the modules everyday instead of putting all that time into one module and forgoing the others.Also, vis-a-vis uploading your videos, you don't want to send them to Pebber via dropsend, and you can't upload them here. You should upload your videos on youtube and mark them as unlisted. From there, you can email the link to Pebber and/or post the link or embed the video to the forums.


Sign up, to leave a comment

0 Members and 6 Guests are online.

We welcome our newest member: Humb
Board Statistics
The forum has 790 topics and 7723 posts.

3 members have been online today:
Farelli, janine, muldar3000