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Hi - I started recording some of my improvisation sessions:

https://www.youtube.com/c/GuitarSongs

I'm learning guitar since last year and still try to improve.

Cheers

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Hi - I started recording some of my improvisation sessions:

https://www.youtube.com/c/GuitarSongs

I'm learning guitar since last year and still try to improve.

Cheers

William MG

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Joined: 03/08/19

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Hi,

I had a sec to listen to the 1st one, think you sound great. Tune was groovin!

I have no idea of how old you are, or if it's your material, but can I sound like a dad with a kid in a band with published music (which I am)? Watch your material doesnt get stolen. Even though the kids started a few years ago in high school, they wanted the material protected and decided nothing would be released until registered.

One day you might hear one of your little jingles in a commercial , if so, you will want your royalties.

Repertoire:

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Made Easy)

Link to the lesson here - very good for a beginner

Wild Horses (Made Easy)

Link to lesson here

Highway To Hell

Link to lesson here

Honky Tonk Women (Made Easy)

Lesson here - very easy for beginners

Breaking the Law - fun, fast paced song.

Lesson here

Honky Tonk Women - (Not Made Easy!) I will lick this song someday

Lesson here

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Hi,

I had a sec to listen to the 1st one, think you sound great. Tune was groovin!

I have no idea of how old you are, or if it's your material, but can I sound like a dad with a kid in a band with published music (which I am)? Watch your material doesnt get stolen. Even though the kids started a few years ago in high school, they wanted the material protected and decided nothing would be released until registered.

One day you might hear one of your little jingles in a commercial , if so, you will want your royalties.

Repertoire:

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Made Easy)

Link to the lesson here - very good for a beginner

Wild Horses (Made Easy)

Link to lesson here

Highway To Hell

Link to lesson here

Honky Tonk Women (Made Easy)

Lesson here - very easy for beginners

Breaking the Law - fun, fast paced song.

Lesson here

Honky Tonk Women - (Not Made Easy!) I will lick this song someday

Lesson here

Guitar Improvisation

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Hi William - thanks for your detailled feedback and advice.

I am indeed already older (started learning guitar last december in the age of 30+) and was previously doing electronic beats on FL studio as a hobby. Now I'm layering guitar parts which goes much smoother. And yeah, I assume all of my videos so far have a kind of a jingle-character due to the short sketching of musical ideas.

At the moment I'm not bothering too much about royalties, I'm rather asking myself if the stuff I'm doing is good enough that others want to hear it :-P

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Hi William - thanks for your detailled feedback and advice.

I am indeed already older (started learning guitar last december in the age of 30+) and was previously doing electronic beats on FL studio as a hobby. Now I'm layering guitar parts which goes much smoother. And yeah, I assume all of my videos so far have a kind of a jingle-character due to the short sketching of musical ideas.

At the moment I'm not bothering too much about royalties, I'm rather asking myself if the stuff I'm doing is good enough that others want to hear it :-P

Guitar Improvisation

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How do you like my newest track?

Guitar Song | Improvisation Jam Session #8

Trying to improve on structuring songs, even if it's instrumental only...

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How do you like my newest track?

Guitar Song | Improvisation Jam Session #8

Trying to improve on structuring songs, even if it's instrumental only...

William MG

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Joined: 03/08/19

Posts: 316

I think you should keep making music for 2 reasons:

1 ) you are able to pull things together and make melody

2 ) you are clearly enjoying the process of making and recording music

Repertoire:

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Made Easy)

Link to the lesson here - very good for a beginner

Wild Horses (Made Easy)

Link to lesson here

Highway To Hell

Link to lesson here

Honky Tonk Women (Made Easy)

Lesson here - very easy for beginners

Breaking the Law - fun, fast paced song.

Lesson here

Honky Tonk Women - (Not Made Easy!) I will lick this song someday

Lesson here

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I think you should keep making music for 2 reasons:

1 ) you are able to pull things together and make melody

2 ) you are clearly enjoying the process of making and recording music

Repertoire:

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Made Easy)

Link to the lesson here - very good for a beginner

Wild Horses (Made Easy)

Link to lesson here

Highway To Hell

Link to lesson here

Honky Tonk Women (Made Easy)

Lesson here - very easy for beginners

Breaking the Law - fun, fast paced song.

Lesson here

Honky Tonk Women - (Not Made Easy!) I will lick this song someday

Lesson here

Guitar Improvisation

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Thanks William - I will do so.

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Thanks William - I will do so.

Guitar Improvisation

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