Thanks Doublee!Excellent lick indeed thanks...
Nice as always. Your communication really is excellent. I know plenty of players and teachers who just can't seem to verbalize what it is they are trying to teach. Not so with you. Nice.
Thanks Dana. Great meeting you at NAMM with Moo. That was you wasn't it?Great lick Jeff, and a really cool Tuttle T style too - sounds great!
Nope, 2061x handwired.New Mini-Marshall ?? Cool lick !
Wow. Thank you, I am humbled. Really that means a lot to me.A: I hope licks 2 through 50 are as instructive as this, and that the instruction is as brilliant as this.
B: This is easily one of the best of these licks type lessons I've ever seen. Kudos.
C: The absolutely most brilliant part is the way you don't end just teaching the lick, but teaching how its elements can be used separately as well. I never see this - usually it's "here's the lick" - you did, "here's the lick" and "here's how you can use it". That's what I think people are looking for.
D: Did I say brilliant? If I didn't, brilliant
Thank you!Very cool lick Jeff. Looking forward to the rest of the video.
Thanks. Glad you like it.I love that it's a groove lick...not just a lick over a groove. Well done!
Thank you!Very impressive! This lesson series is on the short list.
In the next month I believe, give or take a few weeks. I will be posting more of previews like this one soon.When do you expect this course to be available, Jeff? I have your 50 Blues Rock Licks course and really enjoyed it (especially the Grissom-like phrase!).
Well... it is clear to me that you need to buy a guitar from Michael.Love the Tuttle and the lick, Jeff. (A Tuttle is likely more within my reach than the skills, but I'll give'er a shot!).
Thanks for posting this!
PS: It just occurred to me that I no longer own a guitar that Michael has not fretted for me. Kinda spoiled now! I think you can relate.