Totally Guitars Weekly Wrap Up January 26th, 2018
This week we had a few lessons that I was particularly fond of, which inspired me to noodle around with one, butcher another, and offer a preview of what may be upcoming as an addition to another.
The videos alluded to included Sandy’s FOTW playing with the Soundbrenner metronome, Max’s look at Dig A Pony by The Beatles, Hello by Lionel Richie and our bossa nova lesson of the week, The Girl From Ipanema by Antonio Carlos Jobim as done by Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto.
The Beatles lesson sent me off into a story about working with a student this week on songs from Beware Of Abkco, a classic bootleg of George Harrison demoing a bunch of songs for Phil Spector preparing for his album All Things Must Pass.
I also got into an explanation of harmonics and fret spacing inspired by Mike’s post from last week. It got a little technical, even down to harmonic spots not over frets. Maybe it will pull Wrench back into the fold.
That’s it for January!
See you next week-