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Old 03-22-2006, 07:55 PM   #1
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Paul Gilbert teaches the importance of keeping rythym in mind.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgm3j...paul%20gilbert
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That's very helpful! Thanks bunches.
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paul gilbert, possibly the greatest teacher of all time... woot


I like how he doesn't leave out the small yet vital things..
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Paul Gilbert is goofy in that kick ass shredding like a madman way.
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video kicks arse! Paul's been doing a guest column on how to learn the basics of shredding in Total Guitar for about 18 months now. Now I'm single again and have the time to play guitar I plan on going through them in depth.
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Old 03-23-2006, 04:16 AM   #6
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Old 03-23-2006, 04:23 AM   #7
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paul gilbert, possibly the greatest teacher of all time... woot


I like how he doesn't leave out the small yet vital things..
+1

Awesome vid.

"I was always interested in the 'little black dots.' You know, the idea that you can take a piece of manuscript paper and write on it and have a whole orchestra at your beck and call - That's creativity."
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Great video, thanks for the tip.
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Old 03-23-2006, 08:19 AM   #9
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video kicks arse! Paul's been doing a guest column on how to learn the basics of shredding in Total Guitar for about 18 months now. Now I'm single again and have the time to play guitar I plan on going through them in depth.
Does Total Guitar have a website this stuff's available on? Knowing Paul, I'm sure there's a LOT I could learn from these lessons...

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Old 03-23-2006, 09:03 AM   #10
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Does Total Guitar have a website this stuff's available on? Knowing Paul, I'm sure there's a LOT I could learn from these lessons...
Unfortunately not. It only has a subscriptions page on the publishers site. I'll try to get the time to dig the issues out and scan them.
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Old 03-23-2006, 09:51 AM   #11
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Unfortunately not. It only has a subscriptions page on the publishers site. I'll try to get the time to dig the issues out and scan them.
First, congrats on crossing 1000 posts!

Second, that's technically a violation of the site's copyright policy, but I'm sure if you maybe just discussed the general synopsis of what they were (i.e - "Well, the first was about building a smooth and even alternate picking technique, and paul suggests working on X, Y, and Z, while the second...") that'd be enough and that'd violate no copyright laws...

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First, congrats on crossing 1000 posts!
Thanks

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Second, that's technically a violation of the site's copyright policy, but I'm sure if you maybe just discussed the general synopsis of what they were (i.e - "Well, the first was about building a smooth and even alternate picking technique, and paul suggests working on X, Y, and Z, while the second...") that'd be enough and that'd violate no copyright laws...
I'm sure I could do that. I just need to dig out the back issues first.
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I'm sure I could do that. I just need to dig out the back issues first.
That'd be cool

I'd love to get hold of them. Backhander etc :p! It's like when i started, i'd photocopy songs out of song books that I wanted to learn!

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That'd be cool

I'd love to get hold of them. Backhander etc :p! It's like when i started, i'd photocopy songs out of song books that I wanted to learn!
I have a large stck of back issues of Total Guitar and Guitarist, and tons of tabs. You're more than welcome to come and peruse them.

*cough* I also have a photocopier *cough*
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I have a large stck of back issues of Total Guitar and Guitarist, and tons of tabs. You're more than welcome to come and peruse them.

*cough* I also have a photocopier *cough*
My, whatsoever could a photocopier have to do with this topic? Man, I'm confused... *whistles innocently, looks the other way...*

That would be most supremely metal of you, sir, if you could give me some new practice ideas.

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My, whatsoever could a photocopier have to do with this topic? Man, I'm confused... *whistles innocently, looks the other way...*
Well, it's actually a laser print, scanner and photocopier combined. It means we can send high res images of our arses to Chris' PM inbox. I hear he likes that sort of thing.

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That would be most supremely metal of you, sir, if you could give me some new practice ideas.
I can certainly point you in the direction of the *cough* correct back issues to *cough* "purchase" *cough*.
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Old 03-23-2006, 10:52 AM   #17
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I'm always open to gear-puchasing advice.

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It would really really nice if someone were to rip the whole dvd for us...
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Now I'm single again and have the time to play guitar I plan on going through them in depth.
Damn, how do some guys get so lucky!!

Seriously man, great vid post! I'd kill (or at least maim) to be his student!!

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I have aquired 2 hour long videos of Paul Gilbert giving lessons (they look like they could have been made between 86-90). I will upload them to Youtube when I get home.
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It would really really nice if someone were to rip the whole dvd for us...
so much for subtlety.
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Old 03-24-2006, 02:08 PM   #22
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so much for subtlety.
It didn't seem to be getting us very far.
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It would really really nice if someone were to rip the whole dvd for us...
First off, I have no way of ripping dvd's. Secondly, that's the only bit of Paul Gilbert on that dvd.
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I have aquired 2 hour long videos of Paul Gilbert giving lessons (they look like they could have been made between 86-90). I will upload them to Youtube when I get home.
Kewl. He has been doing lessons in TG for a while, but the video lessons are fairly new. I really like the Brian Setzer lessons as well, gotta love the rockabilly stuff.

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