Author Topic: The Captain's Privates with Lee Anderton  (Read 524 times)

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Offline emann

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Re: The Captain's Privates with Lee Anderton
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2019, 11:58:13 am »
Hello,

in this video there is that exercise for doing pulling offs on a 3 in a line pentatonic scale.  I think that Justin said that a lesson will be filmed for this exercise.

Any one know if this was done by chance and maybe can point me to a link...or else has anyone done some tabs for the exercise as I would really like to practice this with pull offs where I suffer a lot.

Thanks.

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Re: The Captain's Privates with Lee Anderton
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2019, 04:31:58 pm »
Justin himself replied...the exercise is now on youtube!!

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Re: The Captain's Privates with Lee Anderton
« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2019, 03:19:54 pm »
i came across these lessons it cause i follow andertons.   I'd never really seen or watched a vid of Justins but I'd heard his name on youtube a few times.  Anyway thats what brought me here.     

I found these lessons by Justin to be very well delivered and planned.  A lot of it was knowledge i already had,  but i learned at least 1 thing from each video that was important and i had no idea about.     
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Re: The Captain's Privates with Lee Anderton
« Reply #4 on: June 29, 2019, 01:52:02 pm »
This is such a great lesson series, and is certainly being very helpful to me. Some of the biggest things I’ve got so far (to Lesson 4) are that 30 minutes a day is enough to get somewhere, pick a few songs you want to play and learn what you need to play those songs, learn the fretboard 1 note at a time, and the finger stretching exercise (great for the stretches required for jazz chords). I love watching the easygoing interaction between Justin and Lee. And Justin is so clearly passionate about guitar, and teaching!! Lee started out a few steps ahead of me for jamming abilities, but his learning path is a really good one for me to follow along. One big difference in our learning styles I have to say though is that I value really highly learning for the sake of learning, so sometimes my head just wants to explode from how much there is to learn, that I’d like to learn! lol
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