Here’s my first reggae lesson in the style I play. Pass it on as usual if it will help anyone. Cheers. Advertisements
December 20, 2015
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If you like instrumental rumbas, then here’s a few you can buy from my Bandcamp site. They’re recordings form my old band “La Rumba” back in Melbourne Australia. Enjoy https://tobyhack.bandcamp.com/
December 10, 2015
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Here’s another play along video. They get harder to play along with the more improvising I do but it does the job. More people are showing interest in how I play the guitar so this is another video to show … Continue reading
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Here’s the first snippet of video of me playing my own compositions that’ll I’m recording for my debut solo CD. It’s getting exciting but there’s a long road ahead. I hope you enjoy this little snippet and I’ll do some … Continue reading
More people need to know about this guy. What a nice style of guitar. Great melodies and his beats on the guitar are really cool. I’m seeing this more and more on the guitar and i’m a fan. Bring it … Continue reading
Here’s Part 2 of the Hendrix, SRV, John Mayer guitar techniques videos. There will probably be a few more to come. I hope it’s helping you understand how these great guitarists play this great style of guitar.
Here’s the 2nd part for the “Begin Soloing” lesson I did yesterday. Hope it’s useful for you all.
Here’s the first of many beginner lessons I will be doing for you all. I hope you enjoy it and get some useful ideas from it. There’s a lot of different ideas to cover so I’m sure it’ll keep you on … Continue reading
Here’s a lesson with some ideas for making you solos more interesting and some good ways to practice your scales. There will be many more to come as this topic is huge, maybe infinite, I don’t know. I hope there’s … Continue reading