PaulJones
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@pauljones commented on @jason-wilford's articles
2 months ago
Spot on! I have found out that taking a short break from practicing ( as long as you've been doing it consistently) can actually help interiorize the material being studied, as opposed to non-stop practice. I don't know why exactly, but it works, at least for me. But for that to work, it's necessary to get back on track after taking the break and keep practicing and making the connection between what you already know and the new material. Great insights Jason, thanks!
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@pauljones commented on @jason-wilford's articles
2 months ago
Number 7 is especially painful, in my case not specifically about single note playing but about learning thoroughly the names of the notes all over the fretboard. I got too comfortable with memorizing the shapes and thought I didn't have to learn the names necessarily. Now that I have invested the time in learning them it's been a game changer.
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@pauljones commented on @jason-wilford's lessons
2 months ago
Great stuff Jason! It's funny because I liked using open tunings to try out new ideas, but after a while I found myself playing the same chord shapes so I kind of stopped using them. This lesson is like a breath of fresh air for me, I'm excited to try out these shapes and see what I can come up with. Thanks for the tips!
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Serialist Guitar Techniques

Learn how to approach atonality in an organized, mathematical way by using these easy-to-learn serialization techniques. These techniques will help you spice up your atonal phrasings and expand your understanding of music theory beyond...

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Retrograde

2 months ago
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Original

2 months ago
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@pauljones commented on @pauljones's articles
2 months ago
I discovered them about a year ago, and I've been a fan ever since. Glad you liked it, you're welcome!
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Don Caballero- American Don Album Review

Don Caballero is considered to be one of the pioneers of math-rock. Their fourth studio album, American Don, is considered to be one of math-rock's finest albums. American Don has a dark back-story, too; Don Caballero disbanded after...

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