Cool Dave Weiner lesson

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  1. Mastodon

    Mastodon Songs about My Cats

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEc8oWY4xQo

    It may be something that you guys already play around with, but it's new to me and I'm having alot of fun messing around with this.
     
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    i like his guitar. I don't think i've seen him play anything other than his custom 7's.
     
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    He does great job at explaining how chords are a lot simpler than they first appear. If you know the scale you are in, you can build any chord.

    Holy shit, I require that guitar! :eek:
     
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    Ya that guitar is sweet.
    Dave is a good teacher.
     
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    distressed_romeo F'king ............ Forum MVP

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    Good video.

    I've always liked that approach to chord voicings.

    Holdsworth approaches chords and harmony in a similar way, using 'note clusters' to imply a mode, rather than playing conventional voicings.
     

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