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Guitar Theory: Analyzing 11th & 13th Chord Extensions

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

www.creativeguitarstudio.com SearchAndrew Wasson.com for FREE lesson Handouts. This Video: August 02, 2011 | Search Videos by Title/Date. GO TO: www.andrewwasson.com Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question… Q: My guitar studies this year, (of freestyle folk and folk jazz along with guitar players like Stefan Grossman, John Renbourn and Duck Baker), have introduced me to the great sounds of the 11th and 13th chords. I haven’t got too much experience with these chords, and I was wondering if you’d perhaps consider doing a basic video about them. Thanks for all of your hard work you do for the guitar players following you on YouTube. And, thanks for reading my question. Charles — San Anselmo, CA. A: The 11th and 13th chords are part of a category of chord known as extended chords. The use of these chords can really offer color to a progression, making even the simplest of chord progressions sound anywhere from having a lot more presence around the tonal range of the harmony, to sometimes even a downright startling effect upon their appearance in a piece of music, (depending upon how and where the chords get placed). In this video lesson I will move through a number of ideas with 11th & 13th chords, and give you a good concept of how these chords have a natural tendency to resolve progressions in some very interesting and colorful ways. The complete lesson article for this video will be available on the Creative Guitar Studio website shortly …

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JE200 – Evans Custom Amps – Rock on Solid Body Guitars

| July 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

www.soundpure.com The Jazz Enclosure 200 Amp from Evans is a great amp for any sort of music not just jazz, due to its tonal flexibility. In this demo, the JE200 is used on a Les Paul, Telecaster, and Stratocaster – both with and without an overdrive pedal. The JE200 is surprisingly light and sounds great at any volume level and on any guitar, making it a perfect portable amp for any type of music. Call the guitar experts at Sound Pure today for questions about this fantastic amplifier, or any other Evans amp. 919.682.5552.

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YGS 6th 5th String Root Major Scales EB2TNS Beginner Acoustic Guitar Lesson

| July 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

This video lesson supplement to eBook2 – The Next Step shows you how to form the major scale using the 6th and 5th string roots… Go to www.yourguitarsage.com tofind out how to get a chart to this song and 100s of other songs, as well as info about my ebooks and online instructional resources about charts, chords, strumming and the techniques that I use here in my videos! Since I’m so busy making new video tutorial lessons all the time and teaching guitar, I probably won’t have time to answer individual questions regarding guitar. My other videos cover beginner, advanced and intermediate levels. I teach rock, blues, country and just about any other style on electric or acoustic. If you can’t find your answer from the resources at the website above, keep digging into my vids, and I’m sure you will find your answer. Keep practicing!!! For more guitar lessons, see my other free tutorials. For original and cover music by me, Erich, go to www.myspace.com Of course you can follow me on Twitter!! twitter.com Like me on facebook — www.facebook.com Get the YourGuitarSage AppRats app for your Facebook page and never miss another video! apps.facebook.com

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Behind the Music: The Making of a Paul Reed Smith Guitar

| July 25, 2011 | 0 Comments

Latin-rock musician Carlos Santana … and jazz great Al Di Meola play different kinds of music. But they both use guitars from the same manufacturer: Paul Reed Smith. PAUL REED SMITH: “I started building guitars in wood shop in high school and in my brother’s bedroom and in my bedroom. And I would rent equipment.” Today, Paul Reed Smith builds his guitars at a factory in Maryland. PAUL REED SMITH: “We are selling a lot of these blue sunburst guitars … they are going very, very well for us.” His company, PRS Guitars, now has 260 employees. They have made 13000 guitars in the United States. Another 25000 guitars were manufactured in South Korea. The company opened in 1985. It had 40 million dollars in sales in 2010. Paul Reed Smith says he tries to make the best instruments possible. PAUL REED SMITH: “We have been asked the question a lot about what, why the guitars are different, and I’ve come to the conclusion [that] it’s a very complicated long list of attention, attention to detail.” That detail is clear in the built-to-order Private Stock guitar line. JACK HIGGINBOTHAM: “We have maple tops, we’ve got mahogany necks …” Jack Higginbotham is the president of PRS Guitars. JACK HIGGINBOTHAM: “Nice piece of mahogany. Nice ring to it.” PRS buys woods from around the world. Its guitars are known for their curly maple tops. JACK HIGGINBOTHAM: “And this is a pretty exceptional example of what will probably become a private stock guitar. What we’re about is just trying to …

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