To John's Man Cave on 9/3. RSVP for the address

  • September 3, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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Hello great people! Some pretty amazing sounds are coming out of this club! Beginners come! Everyone is so nice to ignore all my mistakes!  For 9/3 we will play our 3 repeat songs: The Long Black Veil, End of the Line and Take it Easy. Then we will play as many of the following if we have time after any solos, presentations, requests, discussions, etc. Email me if you have questions, suggestions or need anything emailed to you.

 Blues Stay Away From Me (the sheet for this will be uploaded in the "more/files" tab.

You Belong to Me, Dylan. Ultimate Guitar version 1  (v1)

Loves Me Like a Rock, Simon, (v1)

Rhiannon, Fleetwood Mac, (v3)

Mama Tried, Merle Haggard (v1)

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  • Ruth

    Hi Liana, I love Alan's practice method. Don't think I'll be playing in terminals too soon though. :-) I also have a busy schedule, work 9 hours most days and usually 6 days a week. I try and practice a little every night before I go to bed. One thing I've heard is it is better to squeeze in a little practice every day than to have one day a week of marathon practice. Even if it's just 15 minutes or so. I try and do more when time allows.

    September 5

    • Liana

      You work a lot! Yes, me too and it's difficult to squeeze practice in and establish it as a regular habit. And then those times when I find the time, I"m not sure what to practice sometimes. I think I need to organize a little routine. I think your idea of practicing before bed might work out best for me the way my work schedule is too!

      September 14

  • Liana

    I agree Thayes! Nice singing too! I also wanted to ask the group- How do you incorporate practicing guitar playing into your daily life? I would like to get better and I know that practice is the only way!

    September 4

    • Steve A.

      Liana: One way to improve is to learn to hear the chords rather than reading them on the cheat sheets. I've developed my ear by playing along with the radio to songs I've never played before. You have to find the key and feel the song chord pattern before the song is over. Sometimes it's easy and sometimes it's really hard but that will improve your ear. And it's a fun challenge. Also, when learning a new song . . . alternate between playing along with a recorded version and playing it on your own. Eventually you'll "know" the chords automatically. I'll visualize the chords for a song and then pick up my guitar to see how close I was.

      September 5

    • Liana

      Steve...thank you for the thoughtful suggestions. I like the idea of knowing songs so as not to have to look at cheat sheets or a computer which is mighty cumbersome. And playing along with recorded songs.

      September 14

  • Thayes H.

    Great fun. So many fun people who are all willing to share what they know.

    September 4

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