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  • Sean Keenan 2 years ago

    In case anyone is wondering F# works over the G chord because it’s the 7th
    note of the G major scale. However it is not in the G Pentatonic scale b/c
    the Pentatonic removes the 4th and the 7th tones of the associated major
    scale that it comes from. It still sounds correct if used. You just won’t
    sound bluesy.

  • Goody Seven 2 years ago

    LOVE the position of the camera and more playing, less talking than other
    people’s vids! Great stuff, thanks.

  • Ed White 2 years ago

    Just subscribed to your channel thanks, this was very informative

  • Ross Melanson 2 years ago

    What brand guitar are you using, it has a nice sound..

  • Rik Jan Schilder 2 years ago

    This is a great-great lesson! Exactly what I was looking for! Please upload
    more video’s like this with different chord changes, like G to D and C to
    D. Thanks a lot!

  • Marvin Gibbs 2 years ago

    It would be better with a close up of fret board…I have a hard time
    following with the camera at that angle ..people are used to seeing direct
    views of fret board…sounds nice tho, but I can’t follow with that camera

  • Dennis Hrbek 2 years ago

    Nice Job…love it!!!

  • 2 years ago

    You’re right – I’ll do another acoustic guitar video soon in this style,
    and make sure that doesn’t get cut off!

  • Jan Hodgson 2 years ago

    You need to shift the guitar about 2-3 inches to the left <—- so we can see your right hand better!

  • DeAnna Coleman 2 years ago

    Finally a video I can learn from, very excited to take guitar playing to
    another level with this lesson. Would love to have more tabs, you did some
    but not all the fills.

  • Julia Calm 2 years ago

    wow! thank you.

  • attila terdik 2 years ago

    You are very very good! I also liked your surf lessons. A question. What
    mic do you use?

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  • Robert Hardy 2 years ago

    you are doing a great job m8 cheers

  • 2 years ago

    Thanks! On this video I used a Shure KSM32 (just one mic for guitar and
    voice), for the Surf Lessons it was an SM57 through an LA-2a clone then to

  • treblejunkie 2 years ago

    I use Skynyrd’s “Every Mother’s Son” doing exactly that. The chords are G,
    C & D throughout the whole song with Gary adding the little scale riffs
    like that. A great song…check it out live in the day here on YouTube