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  1. #61
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    wonderful website - a bit new but it's improving

    http://www.ukmusician.co.uk
    Hidden Content For musicians of all types and levels.

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    Bach scores aplenty!

    http://icking-music-archive.org/scores/bach/

    Check this out for alot of Bach material. Gif Files are a brief overview, and the PDF files contain the entire score, or score for each instrument.

    Great note reading exercises, as well as good music.

    Enjoy!

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    Don't know where else to put this, but this is one of the coolest things I've ever seen:

    www.michalevy.com

    click on 'giant steps' under animation, then 'watch movie'

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    Very nice link! I liked the Coltrane song he picked.
    v2sw3CUhw6ln3pr6OFck3ma9u6Lw3Xm6l6Ui2Ne5t5TSFDAb8T DOen7g6RZATHCMHPa21s6MSr53Dp3hackerkey

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    Here is the link to Guitar Worlds web-archive of their online lessons:
    http://web.archive.org/web/200202040...s/lessons.html

    Plenty and good Quality - perfect!

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    *bump*
    The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom
    Here is the link to Guitar Worlds web-archive of their online lessons:
    http://web.archive.org/web/200202040...s/lessons.html

    Plenty and good Quality - perfect!
    thanks for the bump... Jailhouse.

    I used that website about 1.5 years ago, and I could never find the URL again. Thanks, I can pick up where I left off.
    They call them fingers, but I never see them fing.

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    No prob Mateo. I think, it's good to bring it back so that the new registered user can take a look at it.

    Here's a simple yet helpful site I recently found:
    http://home.nycap.rr.com/nils/
    The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing

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    Another one that I don't know if it's been posted before:

    This site is so much fun:

    www.guitarshredshow.com

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    Ha Ha,

    that IS a fun site, thanks for recommending it Silent-Storm!!

    some really great sounding licks there as well
    "Success is arriving at a Personal Satisfaction within yourself"

    Dedicated To Guitar!!!

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    Very very cool. The guy who did the soundfiles must be a huge Vai-fan, sounded very inspired by him =)
    Eric

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    Waahoo!

    Here is a cool link posted by the incredible "Factor" in another Thread.
    Thought it was worth posting it here.. credits to Factor .

    http://www.guitarpeople.com/jazz/cc.asp

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    Nice one, Factor!

    Very well written - makes a good reading.
    1235 permutations over ii-V-I progression. I love math approach
    Last edited by Zatz; 10-27-2005 at 09:18 AM.
    Zadd9 -> A6 -> T#9b5 -> Zmaj7

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    Quote Originally Posted by silent-storm
    Another one that I don't know if it's been posted before:

    This site is so much fun:

    www.guitarshredshow.com
    This is AWSOME!!

    Not sure if it's been here, but http://jazzguitar.be/ has some nice weekly newsletters!
    "You don't fill somebody's shoes, you come with your own shoes and kick the door down!!!" - Zakk Wylde

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    http://www.exotic-scales.com/

    Some free stuff to download there including a free e-book called "Boxes beyond the blues". The part I found useful was the section of the book where he talks about incorparating some 'exotic' scales over your standard 12 bar blues. He has numerous examples where he plays a solo using the scale over a backing. Granted it is the cheesy digital sounding midi/mp3. He also gives the transcription of the solo as well.

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