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Like it! Cool! What is the make of the guitar he’s playing?
The Guitar is an “Eastman”
What guitar is he playing?
He’s playing a Gibson ES.335.
Did not see the headstock could it be a Yamaha not sure the model
Hi Man this is a copy of a Gibson 335 and it’s good ,not only is the man at easy with the axe but amplification helps to mellow the sound.Cool
Eastman. Made in China. Checkem out. I have played the ES175 copy. very nice. So much so that I ordered one
Definitely a very fun and great exercise. It has a very “Cool Blues” feel
I loved this short video and was impressed very much at his style.
Where is the ordering information?
Keep up good quality teaching!
Absolutely mind crashin! Love the easy flowing style and easy chords,and the technique
Would sound incredible opening any number on set.can’t wait to hear more of it.this guy
Is a master piece of wizardry.
Where do you learn how to do that? Great video…..
Sweet….Man your my hero, you where working the frets and really didn’t have to go far to get those beautiful sounds …Made me smile simply amazing
I love the two finger pickin’. that thickens everything up, pulloffs, hammerons, dead strums. which DVD set is this in?
Absolutly love that .
nice! hope you don’t get arthritics like me!
Love this style. never done much with other fingers of the pick hand but it is a technique I’d love to learn. can an old guy learn new tricks? I hope so….
Really hot stuff. Great little beat too. Very knowledgeable dude on guitar, no question about it. Paul
Great stuff and a hot little beat. This dude really knows his stuff on guitar, for sure….Paul
bout the coolest thing I ever heard
Damn good picking there son !
It is cool ! Wow ! He must be sleeping with his guitar on bed even !
Awesome, you guys keep doing what your doing hope your making money
Love It !!! Have broken Rt wrist and there’s No Way for me to pick the stings for a while…but think I’ll work on the pentatonics & melody…Just love the rhythm…
Great form and the patterns or great to anybody plays and practice you ways is a great guitar player. Great sound to thanks
Great lesson! Done really catchy licks. Are the DVD lessons in HD?
Yes, DVDs are in HD
I like how you keep the beat during your technique, keep it up.
That was awesome playing… Like it…;-)
Effortless guitarplaying…played with ease;)
I love what your doing here, and the Double notes sounds sweet. I’m a big fine of clean our undistorted lead guitar playing. Don’t get me wrong I love using affects and distorted sounds too,
But the more clean playing you do the better player you become, that’s just me. If you sound good playing clean, you sound great playing distorted.
I was very excited with this tune- it is fun and high energy – I only dream of playing a few tunes that well before I leave this place – going to be sixty this year – right to the point – are your lesson/instructions very clear ? do you explain thing so simple than even your grandma could understand. Do you show the strings you hit- along with the tab. I do play many chords and bar chords – but no lead/finger picking
He is playing a Eastman Guitar and OOH man it sounds GREAT
Great stuff love it… nice sound…. what gear are we using on what settings to get that great sound..
That guy is very clever and talented. Not everybody can play with so kind precision as brilliantly as possible even was making a practice many years. I must admit that I am in sensation.
All I can say is “that was soooooo awesome.” Very talented guy. I really enjoyed watching this video. You are a great guitarist my man. Thanks.
I dig the bet dude wow
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admin Mar 4, 2015
Hey, there you have it... thanks for writing!
Matt zajac Mar 4, 2015
Another good tip for this type of playing is to not let the scale pattern dictate where your accents fall. …
Marcus Mar 4, 2015
It is difficult to follow with the notes it is easier with the fret number