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eenberg's Profile


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User Name: eenberg
Total GKN Activity Points: 86
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Number of Instruments Played: 1
Member Since: 12/19/2012
Last Visit: 12/19/2012
Tabs Created: 0
Public Lessons: 0
Woodshed Postings: 0
Duels Entered: 0
Duels Won: 0

My Musical Knowledge

Instruments I Play:

Electric GuitarYears Playing: 44Proficiency: Advanced

My Approach to Learning and Playing:

Learn songs you really like and you will learn faster. Try other styles, but major on what you like. Learning to teach yourself is better in the long run than taking lessons, even though I give lessons I still recommend this. Ear training is very important. Knowing your chording in different keys and scale patterns along with this are also very important. Memorizing a number of solos for lead guitar is important, but should not take the place of learning to improvise. These are just a few basic thoughts in my approach.
 
My Musical Education:

Self educated, some lessons when I was young, as well as a number of college courses in music and music theory, and then video lessons.
 
My Musical Influences:

Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Paige, Eric Johnson, Joe Satriani, etc. etc. A number of guitarists from the Musicians Institute in Los Angeles
 
My Learning Resources:

Mususianīs Institute DVDs.
 
About My Music:
I teach blues, rock, progressive rock, country guitar styles. I have designed my lessons for intermediate and advanced players. also stress playing cross-positionally through the 5-position scales. Please visit my website at Erics Guitar Ideas. There are a number of intermediate and advanced lessons for lead guitar.

My Gear
Electric Guitar
Make: Fender
Model: American Stratocaster
Year Acqired:
2003
Price Paid:
$ 700.00
 

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dannyboy89
 
Friday 1:44 pm, 3/29/2013 Report
Your music definitely has an old school feel (I checked out your site and am listening to "Eric's Boogie").