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Brian does more in the videos these days so I do take the time to watch them if I haven’t in the past,, (a lot Of times I would just complete the lesson using just the soundslice )
I mainly followed the tab and did this without really taking it slow with watching and listening to Brian explain important details as how he gets from the 1 to the 5 and many great pointers
I think most advanced AMers prefer going straight to the soundslice first rather watching the crucial tips for further training and development.. ,, truth be told ,, in EP 322 was doing measures 9 and 10 my own way and although there really is no wrong or right, noticed he pulls off an open G where I was keeping closed on the G pulloff but seeing now how brian explains it in detail ( last section of intro video) I like his way doing that Clapton lick (that pull off lick) but either way is fine because if any lick sounds good and it works than any which way is best to acknowledge..
But even though, I usually (pretty much always) go first to the sound slice for any these lessons without first referring to each instructional video..guess I like to test my own skills first..like taking a test in class.. but than grade myself after referring to Brian’s video intro etc.
I do like the fact he uses Gary Moore fret fingering, I think Brian need not emphasize the technique because it simple will following naturally and probably best for begginnings to first use the classical taught way for fret finger positioning.. even though advanced blues players use the Gary Moore method.
I remind myself to watch the methodical instructional videos here too to see if I can take away something new too.. just glad Brian keeps them interesting as he did here in ep322 .. some good pointers about key and progression patterns and that can’t be found in the tabs. there is no right or wrong, just good practicing
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