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Rick Beato’s channel is quite good, although he often gets on my nerves.
https://www.youtube.com/user/pegzch

Rhett Shull is great for gear, good player too.

https://www.youtube.com/user/rshull07

Lari Basilio is my favourite player at the moment, she’s awesome and a lovely person in the flesh too. 
https://www.youtube.com/user/larissabasilio

As predominately a bass player, a lot of my videos are bass related.

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41 minutes ago, Skinnyman said:

...this young lady’s channel

https://m.youtube.com/user/Lloydieex

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I've just watched one of the sessions (three notes per string...), and have learned more in those few minutes than in the past couple of years..! Very pedagogic, it makes sense, and the notions are ably demonstrated. Thanks for the link; a Good Call. SXei8WM.gif

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These two are the most relevant to my tastes in playing style at the moment: 

Richard Watson (BIM)
https://www.youtube.com/user/CottonwoodBlossom

For all those 80's LA session guitarists like Lukather, Huff and Landau.  He's a great explainer of nuance and has consummate taste in gear.

Dave Price
https://www.youtube.com/user/fretmelt1

For all those funk, disco, soul and RnB covers plus he offers a course that focuses on essential elements of Alan Murphy's style.  He makes a lot of guitar parts for my favourite tunes accessible for students.

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On 05/05/2020 at 14:24, Dad3353 said:

I've just watched one of the sessions (three notes per string...), and have learned more in those few minutes than in the past couple of years..! Very pedagogic, it makes sense, and the notions are ably demonstrated. Thanks for the link; a Good Call. SXei8WM.gif

I'm going to give that a go, hopefully it'll break me out of my major scale box. Though, I only use three strings for it anyway, 5,7 4,5,7 4,6 or 5,7,9 5,7,9 6 for example.

Or about two pentatonic shapes, I used to know all of those but I've forgotten them.

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I like Eric Haugen (https://www.youtube.com/user/ebhaugen/videos) - a good mix of licks, theory and the occasional gear review delivered in a calm, concise style.

 

On 06/05/2020 at 02:33, Kiwi said:

Dave Price

https://www.youtube.com/user/fretmelt1

For all those funk, disco, soul and RnB covers plus he offers a course that focuses on essential elements of Alan Murphy's style.  He makes a lot of guitar parts for my favourite tunes accessible for students.

This sounds like my cup of tea. Thanks!

 

On 05/05/2020 at 13:24, Dad3353 said:

I've just watched one of the sessions (three notes per string...), and have learned more in those few minutes than in the past couple of years..! Very pedagogic, it makes sense, and the notions are ably demonstrated. Thanks for the link; a Good Call. SXei8WM.gif

I agree - this was a good video! I'm not interested in her shreddy stuff, but I hope she does more lessons like this.

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I'm really enjoying a lot of Paul David's videos on acoustic playing.

He has a fair number of top n song lists (which are interesting to identify study pieces) like I linked above but also some interesting tutorial videos too, a couple I'm working with at the moment are the John Mayer percussive slap technique and travis picking.

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Im a big fan of Dave Simpson’s YouTube videos.

You get what you see on the box with Dave nothing else.

Always comes over as a nice guy.
No selling just him and his reviews.

He is a brilliant guitar player and fun to watch.
Earlier today I had a box of effects pedals arrive but also had the scaffolders arrive at the same time to dismantle the poles and boards needed to paint the upstairs part of my place..

A ladder was good enough in my day.

Another stupid health and safety rule IMO.
I couldn’t be bothered to start playing with the pedals because of the noise on my patio (they also had a industrial looking radio playing BBC radio 1)

How sad is that.

Anyway I digress.
I went onto YouTube on my big screen for a change and Lee Pops up with a Andertons interview  with Dave..

So had to watch it .

It was well worth watching Just wish it was longer .

https://youtu.be/uKuAVipDi88

 

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1 minute ago, Dad3353 said:

[Mods' Hat On]

Any issues with posts should be Reported for The Mods to deal with.

[/Mod's Hat On]

So posters can’t say what they think to another poster without going through a moderator first ?

Im not willing to go back in the USSR.

I tried but I am done  here.Please remove me from this forum.

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19 hours ago, Jazz Club said:

So posters can’t say what they think to another poster without going through a moderator first ?

Im not willing to go back in the USSR.

I tried but I am done  here.Please remove me from this forum.

My pleasure!

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Snarky Puppy is my go to band at the moment and has been for some time, I have been a fan of Jazz Rock since the early 70's, Snarky Puppy covers this and more, I had virtually given up on finding a band in the modern era that covers everything I'm into, they certainly do that for me.

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Thread resurrection time. I’ve been following Chris Buck with his Friday Fretworks videos for a while now. However, this week, instead of his usual piece to camera about something guitar related (always fun - YMMV) he released a video of his new band, Cardinal Black. This ticks many of my musical boxes, not least in that it’s reminiscent of Storyville.

 

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I'm wading through this two-hour seminar, given by Ted Greene. A 'simple' Telecaster, a 'simple' Fender amp, and a 'simple' set of competent fingers ... I can't watch it in one sitting; there's too much going on. Good Stuff...

 

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I'm hoping that we can include non-guitar vids here. Is that ok?

Yes? Good.

After spending more years than I care to recount playing, teaching and recording guitars and basses, these days I like to spend time searching out stuff that isn't guitars and basses. Right now I'm particularly interested in a cappella and dixieland jazz. Here's one example of each:

WARNING: this first video has almost certainly been produced with the aid of pitch correction software. Doesn't mean the singers aren't good at what they do (they are) but some people just can't seem get past it so if that's you, probably best to save yourself the trouble:

 

 

Dixieland the way she is meant to sound:

 

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The appearance of a totally out of time knee and hand in the left of the shot about a minute in suddenly grabbed my attention. All the players tapping away together like good’uns and there’s someone who is plainly ‘dancing’ to the beat of a different drummer. 

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20 minutes ago, ezbass said:

The appearance of a totally out of time knee and hand in the left of the shot about a minute in suddenly grabbed my attention. All the players tapping away together like good’uns and there’s someone who is plainly ‘dancing’ to the beat of a different drummer. 

Yeah, bit odd that isn't it? I'm not sure how it's recorded TBH (I'd say it's supposed to look like a mobile phone but there's something else going on). It's definitely a live performance but there's clearly been some editing done. There are plenty of other recordings of them on You Tube though that have no such anomalies. I don't know too much about them TBH, but they're apparently very well known in New Orleans for doing these street performances. Here's another one (I'll leave it as a link for those who don't want to look):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYJhgz4L3UU

 

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9 hours ago, leftybassman392 said:

Yeah, bit odd that isn't it? I'm not sure how it's recorded TBH (I'd say it's supposed to look like a mobile phone but there's something else going on). It's definitely a live performance but there's clearly been some editing done. There are plenty of other recordings of them on You Tube though that have no such anomalies. I don't know too much about them TBH, but they're apparently very well known in New Orleans for doing these street performances. Here's another one (I'll leave it as a link for those who don't want to look):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYJhgz4L3UU

 

What’s going on? Some folk have no rhythm. Watching people on things like Jools’ Later clapping out of time is good sport, they know that they’re wrong because of the occasional hesitance, like the person in that video. When I worked in a primary school, listening to the children clap along to tunes was like listening to a bucket of fish being tipped down a flight of stairs.

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21 minutes ago, ezbass said:

What’s going on? Some folk have no rhythm. Watching people on things like Jools’ Later clapping out of time is good sport, they know that they’re wrong because of the occasional hesitance, like the person in that video. When I worked in a primary school, listening to the children clap along to tunes was like listening to a bucket of fish being tipped down a flight of stairs.

I understand what you're saying, but if you look carefully there is definitely some editing going on. Keep a close eye on the saxophonist and the woman behind him at around 3:16 -3:17.

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