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Joe Mass: A little chat about technique.
Joe Mass
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Joe Mass: A little chat about technique.

Joe Mass: A little chat about technique.
01:4539 days ago
Bluesette Chord Melody
David Becker
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Bluesette Chord Melody

More from the master Jazz guitarist, David Becker: Bluesette Chord Melody.
09:4240 days ago
Guitar Habits That Change EVERYTHING.
Tim Pierce
Tim PierceLessonsRecording

Guitar Habits That Change EVERYTHING.

More great guitar wisdom from the master, Tim Pierce.
48:1141 days ago
The KEY That DRIVES Guitar IDEAS- (Plus 3 FREE Jam Tracks).
Tim Pierce
Tim PierceLessons

The KEY That DRIVES Guitar IDEAS- (Plus 3 FREE Jam Tracks).

"Here's a new youtube video where I peel back the curtain on how I make my Jam Tracks. It's all about the drums, and having patience and persistence in the writing process.", Tim.
11:0553 days ago
Have YOU Heard These The BEST New OVERDRIVES
Tim Pierce
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Have YOU Heard These The BEST New OVERDRIVES

"Here’s a new YouTube video where I play through and listen to 3 Pedals that have been designed to SURPASS their rare and expensive vintage counterparts. I’m in love with how warm and natural these overdrives sound!.", Tim. click the link to check out Tim's Masterclass.
11:292 months ago
Part 1: amazing vintage find in Hawaii online auction
Vintage Lowdown
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Part 1: amazing vintage find in Hawaii online auction

AGN's Mark Rivett recently bought a beautiful, early - mid 60s Gretsch G6131, more commonly known as the JET FIREBIRD. In episode one we take a close look at the guitar which has suffered from being in a hot humid environment for many years....in fact, the guitar has been sitting in the (original) case since 1992...!! These guitars are prized and loved by many players and collectors, none more so than the late, great Malcolm Young from ACDC who single-handedly put this particular Gretsch workhorse on the map as a heavy rockin' rhythm machine.
04:152 months ago
Days Of Wine & Roses
David Becker
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Days Of Wine & Roses

A quick little trip around "The Days Of Wine & Roses" from the one and only David Becker. Be sure to click on the links and check out David's great Jazz courses and albums.
01:173 months ago
Exclusive Interview with Jack Ryan Sullivan
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Exclusive Interview with Jack Ryan Sullivan

Jack Ryan was born in Clemson, South Carolina and was the guitar and mandolin protege of Jimmy Rogers, who was known as the fastest guitar player in the southeast. While Jack’s background is a mix between Jazz and Bluegrass, he is also well versed in Blues, Country, Rock and Roll, Metal, Classical, and Pop music and he's also an amazing five-string and plectrum banjo player In 2013, Jack moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he became the house guitar player for many of Nashville’s world-famous honky tonks including Tootsie’s, Rippy’s, Honky Tonk Central, Second Fiddle, The Stage, The Valentine, and during this time, Jack became known as having the “Fastest Fingers on Broadway” .While in Nashville, Jack played on stage and toured with Steven Tyler, Kid Rock, Vince Gill, Montgomery Gentry, Dierks Bentley, The Swon Brothers, Hank Williams III, Rhonda Vincent, and Larry Gatlin of The Gatlin Brothers. Jack Ryan’s band was the featured band for Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan’s private CMA Party in 2016. These days, through his amazing business, Jack Ryan Music Jack plays and teaches acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, violin/fiddle, viola, cello, upright bass, electric bass, five-string banjo, plectrum, banjo, tenor banjo, ukulele, dobro, lap steel guitar, accordion, piano, and drums. Jack is also producing several new and upcoming national and local artists that he feels has a shot at making in the music industry.  Jack was able to keep the studio afloat with ALL of his teachers still employed during the worst part of the COVID19 Pandemic, and has managed to grow his studio, teachers, and student roster by 50% since June of 2020 and he prides himself in 'always finding a way' and giving back to the community as much as he can.
28:023 months ago
David Becker: "Etude #1"
David Becker
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David Becker: "Etude #1"

Working on your Jazz chops...go no further, check out the great Jazz guitarist/educator, David Becker with a little exercise in C/Am.
03:585 months ago
"Hot Wired"By Brent Brent Mason.
John Lere: "Adventures In Chicken Pickin'"
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"Hot Wired"By Brent Brent Mason.

Who Is John Lere? John W. Lere Jr. was born with a guitar in his hands. Not really, but it's a romantic thought and seems very fitting if you're familiar with him. Whether banging on different toys with a pencil or plucking around on various beginner guitars as a child, John Lere has been making music his entire life. He began traditional study on the guitar at the age of 9, taking weekly lessons from Art Gomez at Vesley Music in Las Vegas, NV, learning the fundamentals and written language of music. John started giving his own lessons to neighborhood kids or friends at school and loved everything about the guitar. As a freshman in High School he joined the Stage Band and was introduced to jazz music. The piece of music given to him to play for his audition was 'Birdland' by Weather Report. All of the sudden an obsession with this different type of music took over and John went on to play in many different High School Jazz Ensembles around Las Vegas, constantly learning and improving. He was accepted to the Las Vegas Academy of International Studies and Performing Arts after his sophomore year and the study of jazz music went into overdrive! This new learning environment was a dream come true to any kid that wanted to play, practice and study music all day and that is exactly what John did. LVA Jazz band director Alan Lawson, introduced John to legendary & local guitar instructor Hap Smith(RIP Hap. You will be forever missed) and was taught a deeper lesson in discipline and music theory. John continued regular study With Hap Smith during his junior and senior years, and began teaching part time(mostly to kids and beginners) at local music shop Pat's Desert Music. With College just around the corner, John set his sights on a school on the other side of the country. Being Alumni of Berkeley School of Music in Boston, Hap helped John prepare an audition piece and gave a very gracious letter of recommendation. After much consideration however, the decision was made to stay in Las Vegas For College and he accepted a scholarship from The University Of Nevada Las Vegas. Over the next few years John studied with jazz great Joe Lano, focusing on chord inversions, chord solos, different picking techniques and smoking cigarettes. John Played in many different bands, many different styles and genres, toured around the country many times, teaching along the way where ever possible. He has worked for Carnival Cruise Lines and traveled to Mexico and Canada, but never really feeling satisfied with what he was doing. That would soon change! Even though John had listened to and been a big fan of country music throughout his whole life, when he heard the music of The Hellecasters he became totally intrigued by the many different sounds, that in the right hands, the Telecaster could produce, and so began the journey towards Tele-mastery. All of the sudden that fire and enjoyment of playing the guitar was back! A desire to teach was also resurrected and a feeling of responsibility to give back to anybody aspiring to learn the guitar. John Lere has dedicated his life to music and of all the many different instruments in the world, the one that chose him was the Guitar. He has acquired an extremely large amount of knowledge and skill and he continues to strive for new things on the guitar as well as in Life. Fortunately, it is all available for purchase for a great low price! LOL Welcome to Adventures in Chicken Pickin’ Guitar Players, aspiring Chicken Pickers, professional musicians and everyone else who love things guitar related, this is the place for you! Be part of an online community of guitar players, teachers, collectors, luthiers, and other enthusiasts. If you’re interested in learning how to play guitar or want to improve upon what you already know, Sign up for the Academy of Chicken Pickin’ and we will plan out a structured course of study that’s designed solely for you with the aim at getting you to the level of playing you wish to be. Or just hang out and chat with others about your favorite players and bands. Stay tuned for more adventures and cool stuff to be added very soon. Thank you! John Lere
01:335 months ago
The ONE Technique That CHANGES Everything.
Tim Pierce
Tim PierceLessons

The ONE Technique That CHANGES Everything.

The ONE Technique That CHANGES Everything. 00:00 Performance 00:56 Intro 01:45 Tom Quayle 02:13 Tom Bukovac (chords) 02:48 Monophonic Nimble Digits 05:30 Fleshy Mutes 06:47 Quayle Shreds 07:07 Happy Holidays 07:29 Lesson
10:295 months ago
Session Progression with Tim Pierce: "Right Hand Man"
Session Progression
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Session Progression with Tim Pierce: "Right Hand Man"

When you're a session guy, you're essentially a "right hand man". So who better than the great session ace, Tim Pierce to take us through a very comprehensive look at the importance of right hand technique.
09:145 months ago