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  • calm down
  • calm down
  •  11  1  3 hours ago
  • First guitar post should always be in E😅
  • First guitar post should always be in E😅
  •  6  3  3 hours ago

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  • Chill guitar cover☕️🌛🎸
"Tears in heaven"
  • Chill guitar cover☕️🌛🎸
    "Tears in heaven"
  •  85  3  3 hours ago

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  • Telecaster noodles straight into blackstar HT-20
  • Telecaster noodles straight into blackstar HT-20
  •  32  1  4 hours ago
  • Thinking about the distance from one note to the next we can create the major scale formula, namely a series of whole steps and half steps.  The formula is Whole-Whole-Half-Whole-Whole-Whole-Half.  A major scale can, therefore, be played from any note, but the pattern of whole steps and half steps must be strictly kept.
  • Thinking about the distance from one note to the next we can create the major scale formula, namely a series of whole steps and half steps. The formula is Whole-Whole-Half-Whole-Whole-Whole-Half. A major scale can, therefore, be played from any note, but the pattern of whole steps and half steps must be strictly kept.
  •  103  1  4 hours ago
  • Beautiful playing by @seananguswatson 🙌🌟🎼
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What player has got the best tone?
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Leave a comment or tag someone who would like this 🙌
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➡️ Join me for more guitar inspiration: @juicytones
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  • Beautiful playing by @seananguswatson 🙌🌟🎼
    .
    What player has got the best tone?
    .
    Leave a comment or tag someone who would like this 🙌
    .
    ➡️ Join me for more guitar inspiration: @juicytones
    ➡️ Use hashtag #juicytones
  •  66  2  5 hours ago
  • The second part of the legendary solo of Mark Knopfler from the song "Sultans of swing".
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Start in previous video.
Thank you for watching!
  • The second part of the legendary solo of Mark Knopfler from the song "Sultans of swing".
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    Start in previous video.
    Thank you for watching!
  •  34  3  6 hours ago
  • We can find the exact same note (or unison) by going back 5 frets towards the headstock on the string immediately below as we look down across the strings towards the floor. This shift can be applied from any note at any fret. The exception though is moving a note from string 3(G) to 2(B). To do so, you must go back 4 frets towards the headstock.
  • We can find the exact same note (or unison) by going back 5 frets towards the headstock on the string immediately below as we look down across the strings towards the floor. This shift can be applied from any note at any fret. The exception though is moving a note from string 3(G) to 2(B). To do so, you must go back 4 frets towards the headstock.
  •  291  4  9 hours ago