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Link for song lessons on the site???

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JosephLefty
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Hi, I wrote a guitar lesson that David was good enough to edit and post on the site. (Oh Pretty Woman).

The problem is I cannot locate the lesson, or 'home-grown' song lessons that others have written, which is what I was really looking for, through links on the site.

The only way I can locate my own lesson is through a specific search, but you have to know there is a lesson for the song to know to do a search for it to find it.

Using the visible site links to lessons for varying skill levels....it makes a person think these are the only choices on the site and not the 'hidden from view' lessons also.

Where are the song lessons that visitors write??? If I cannot find my own by clicking links, how can I locate others?

If it was easy it wouldn't be worth doing.

 
Posted : 08/07/2006 4:14 pm
greybeard
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Go to https://www.guitarnoise.com/ , scroll down the page and voila :lol: :lol:

I started with nothing - and I've still got most of it left.
Did you know that the word "gullible" is not in any dictionary?
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Posted : 08/07/2006 6:28 pm
JosephLefty
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There it is! Thanks Greybeard.

We gotta get more up there.

Too bad I can only play that one song from start to finish.

Would be great to see some more solo type stuff up there, that can be practice but sound like something good to listen to.

I get tired of hearing myself practice parts of things that have a few things in there I don't have the skills for. Seems most everything I try, later on turns out I can't complete.

If it was easy it wouldn't be worth doing.

 
Posted : 09/07/2006 3:40 am
greybeard
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Why not try a few instrumentals? There's plenty out there, from the Shadows, to the Ventures and Chantays, right on to people like Jeff Beck and Albert Lee.

The Stumble (Jeff Beck, Albert Lee)
Because we've ended as lovers (Jeff Beck)
Sabre Dance (Love Sculpture - Dave Edmunds)
Jessica (Allman Bros) - I'm about half way through the solo at ca. 90% tempo
Albatross (Fleetwood Mac)
Midnight (Santo & Johnny - slide tune in open G, capo at 1)
Pipeline, etc., etc.

Start with things like "Walk Don't Run", "Pipeline", "Apache", "Dance On"

By the way, you can find all the articles, that you've written here

I started with nothing - and I've still got most of it left.
Did you know that the word "gullible" is not in any dictionary?
Greybeard's Pages
My Articles & Reviews on GN

 
Posted : 09/07/2006 8:03 am
JosephLefty
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Kool Greybeard.

Makes me wish I had more to offer. One day.

It is kool though to see that I was finally able to give something back to this great website. 8)

If it was easy it wouldn't be worth doing.

 
Posted : 11/07/2006 12:55 am