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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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Most of my YouTube favourites are, like Ezbass, bass related or are bands but from a pure guitar perspective I subscribe to this young lady’s channel

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

besides her obvious photogenic qualities, she’s a damn fine guitarist and I used to work with her Dad so I feel like I’ve known her for years. 

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41 minutes ago, Skinnyman said:

...this young lady’s channel

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

...

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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