Benjamin Schippritt - Guitar
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Odd & Gloomy Sounding BACKING TRACK in E Locrian - 7th Mode of the F Ionian System - Guitar-Nerdery This is the final of seven backing tracks, covering mode 7 of the F Ionian System, E Locrian. With its dissonant and unstable tonic chord this is the oddest sounding mode of them all. If you have no experience with the Locrian Mode you’ll probably have to get used to it. Enjoy doing so! If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Dramatic & Slow Grooving BACKING TRACK in D Aeolian - 6th Mode of the F Ionian System - Guitar-Nerdery Additionally to my Guitar-Nerdery series I post jamtracks / backing tracks every now and then. You can use them for a whole lot of exercises I've showed and will show in future. When producing them I always make an effort that the sound quality is vital and superior, for maximum playing fun! For my Guitar-Nerdery Episode #107 "Using the HIRAJOSHI SCALE to PLAY THE MODES - 1 GUITAR SHAPE does it all!" I produced solo electric guitar backing tracks of all modes of the F Ionian System, to demonstrate the mode compatibility of the Japanese pentatonic, the Hirajoshi Scale. To provide you these backing tracks I beefed them up by adding other instruments. This is the sixth of seven, covering mode 6, D Aeolian minor. The Aeolian mode is also called Natural Minor. Note: For more suspense I added also diminished triads as dominant chord substitutes to the chord progression. This causes the appearance of the note c#, which is in this case the raised 7th of D Aeolian. You can just ignore this and try to play around the note when it appears, or you can also watch my Guitar-Nerdery episode "What & Why Harmonic Minor 057" to learn more about it! If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Hot & Sunshiny Rocking BACKING TRACK in C Mixolydian - 5th Mode of F Ionian System - Guitar-Nerdery Additionally to my Guitar-Nerdery series I post jamtracks / backing tracks every now and then. When producing them I always make an effort that the sound quality is vital and superior, for maximum playing fun! For my Guitar-Nerdery Episode #107 I produced solo electric guitar backing tracks in all modes of the F Ionian System for demonstration purposes. To provide you these backing tracks I beefed them up by adding drums, bass and additional guitars. This is the fifth of seven, covering mode 5, C Mixolydian. If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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This is the 4th of seven Backing Tracks I produced for my guitar tutorial episode 107, for demonstration purposes. Originally the instrumentation was solo electric guitar, recording my Telecaster only. To provide you these backing tracks I beefed them up by adding other instruments and took care that they sound awesome for max playing fun! If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt ...this track covers mode 4, Bb Lydian. The guitar is simply playing two atmospheric lydian sounding chords while drums, bass and a second hard rock riffing guitar add dramaturgy and drive to the track.
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This is the 3rd of seven Backing Tracks I produced for my guitar tutorial episode 107, for demonstration purposes. Originally the instrumentation was solo electric guitar, recording my Telecaster only. To provide you these backing tracks I beefed them up by adding drums and bass guitar and took care that they sound awesome , for max playing fun! ...this track covers mode 3, A Phrygian. The guitar is simply playing two phrygian sounding chords while drums and bass guitar add dramaturgy to the track. Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Slow & Cool Grooving BACKING TRACK in G Dorian - 2nd Mode of the F Ionian System - Guitar-Nerdery Additionally to my Guitar-Nerdery series I post jamtracks / backing tracks every now and then. You can use them for a whole lot of exercises I've showed and will show in future. When producing them I always make an effort that the sound quality is vital and superior, for maximum playing fun! For my Guitar-Nerdery Episode #107 "Using the HIRAJOSHI SCALE to PLAY THE MODES - 1 GUITAR SHAPE does it all!" I produced solo electric guitar backing tracks of all modes of the F Ionian System, to demonstrate the mode compatibility of the Japanese pentatonic, the Hirajoshi Scale. To provide you these backing tracks I beefed them up by adding fat grooving drums and bass guitar. This is the second of 7 to come, covering mode 2, G Dorian. If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Grooving BACKING TRACK in F IONIAN - 1st Mode of the F Ionian System - Guitar-Nerdery Additionally to my Guitar-Nerdery series I post jamtracks / backing tracks every now and then. When producing them I always make an effort that the sound quality is vital and superior, for maximum playing fun! If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Using the HIRAJOSHI SCALE to PLAY THE MODES - 1 GUITAR SHAPE does it all! - Guitar-Nerdery #107 Follow me on Bandcamp: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me I’ve always regarded the Japanese Pentatonic, the Hirajoshi Scale as a Phrygian sounding scale. After making my former video about that topic, a little chat with a friend inspired me to have an extended look on that scale. Extended in the way that, if it consists of the notes of the Phrygian Scale just leaving two notes out, it also must work on all other church modes. By using also the regular Minor Pentatonic for playing the modes (I posted guitar tutorials about that too) I knew, that having not all notes in the scale can be very interesting in sound. One automatically sets more focus on the available notes and additionally the different fingerings lead to a different approach of phrasing. I was very curious how this would sound with the Hirajoshi Scale and made this the topic of this episode. And be aware of that you only need one guitar shape to do all this! If the topic Hirajoshi Scale is new for you then I strongly recommend watch my episode Guitar-Nerdery #106 first, to fully understand what I’m talking about in this video! If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Hirajoshi Scale - the mysterious Phrygian sounding Japanese Pentatonic Scale - Guitar-Nerdery #106 Follow me on Bandcamp: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me I was taught a beautiful phrygian sounding chord when I studied Jazz music. Based on that chord I came up with a pentatonic scale which I regarded as a part of the Phrygian scale and its sound reminded me of the sound of a cd I own. A cd of Japanese Koto music. The Koto is an ancient Japanese string instrument. I intuitively named this pentatonic Japanese scale. Much later I looked it up on the internet and found confirmation for what my ears already have told me. This scale is actually the tuning of the Koto and is called the Hirajoshi Scale! What makes it very interesting is, that it has no third, neither a seventh. Without a third it fits into a major and minor environment. But my approach to that scale was to use it as a Phrygian scale. Somehow this scale reflects in a very clear way that Phrygian sound and I recommend to check it out. In this video I'm going to show you the beautiful Phrygian chord first and then for starters, the scale and a scale shape with an easy fingering. If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Acoustified EP - Benjamin Schippritt on Solo Acoustic Guitar / Trailer My EP 'Acoustified' is now available as HiRes download on Bandcamp! Get it here: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/album/acoustified-ep-solo-acoustic-guitar ACOUSTIFIED: Benjamin Schippritt on Acoustic Guitar, Recorded during September / October 2020 I’m very proud to present these 5 compositions for solo acoustic guitar, inspired by the music of Australian guitarist Tommy Emmanuel, compiled as an EP with pristine high resolution audio quality. I wrote these acoustic tunes quite a while ago. When I heard Tommy playing for the first time, his overall style reminded me of a song of my childhood, which I was absolutely fond of. “Das Loch in der Banane” by Klaus Weiland. An in-between acoustic guitar tune that was regularly played on afternoon tv. I became a Tommy Emmanuel fan in an instant and started to take the acoustic guitar more seriously. One of the first things that drew my attention when hearing him play were some of his tunes, where he kept a strumming groove going while articulating bass and melody lines. I couldn't believe just listening to one guitar player only and had to figure out how he did it. As an actual electric guitar player it was a start of a long journey of learning to play and think guitar differently. All 5 compositions reflect my approach to write and play beautiful acoustic guitar music. The approach of an electric rock guitarist without electricity who is inspired by Tommy Emmanuel's music ;-) Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt
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Benjamin Schippritt - Challenge Solo Acoustic Guitar / Recording 2020 / inspired by Tommy Emmanuel 'Challenge' is the fifth of 5 songs for solo acoustic guitar, which I composed at the time when I dug deep into Tommy Emmanuel's playing style. The beauty of Tommy's compositions brought the acoustic guitar closer to me and tremendously inspired me as a songwriter. As an actual electric guitar player I was confronted with solving a great deal of technical issues, especially for the right hand. In this regard the name 'Challenge' speaks for itself ;-) If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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A Phrygian Backing Track - Groovy Funk Rock - Guitar-Nerdery Under the roof of my Guitar-Nerdery series I'll post jamtracks every now and then. This one is in the key of A-Phrygian. Phrygian is the 3rd mode / scale of the ionian system. In the ionian system are three different minor scales, aeolian, dorian and phrygian. Aeolian, the parallel minor scale of "the" ionian major scale is also called natural minor. Compared to Aeolian the Phrygian scale has a minor 2nd. It's the only difference between them two scales, but it's a huge difference in sound. Tip for practicing: The minor 2nd of Phrygian is the note that differs from the natural minor scale, which makes it the essential note that defines the modes' sound. The reason to choose a specific mode is that you want its different sound. Therefore it is necessary to emphasize the note that defines it. In A-Phrygian it is the note Bb! If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Benjamin Schippritt - Welcome - Solo Acoustic Guitar / Recording 2020 / inspired by Tommy Emmanuel This is a new recording of my song "Welcome" for solo acoustic guitar. Tommy Emmanuel effortlessly masters different playing techniques like fingerstyle, playing with thumb, thumb pick or flat pick. One of the first things that drew my attention when hearing him play were some of his tunes he played with a flat pick. I've never before heard someone keeping a strumming groove going while articulating bass and melody lines. I couldn't believe just listening to one guitar player only. I had to figure out how he did it and as an actual electric guitar player it was a start of a long journey of learning to play and think guitar differently. "Welcome" is Nr.4 of my compositions from that time and of course, it is very much inspired by Tommy Emmanuel https://youtu.be/xKGYH53WTpM
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Benjamin Schippritt - This Way - Solo Acoustic Guitar / NEW Recording 2020 This is a new recording of my song "This Way" for solo acoustic guitar. When I heard Tommy Emmanuel playing for the first time, his overall style reminded me of a song of my childhood, which I was absolutely fond of. An in-between acoustic guitar tune that was regularly played on afternoon tv. I became a Tommy Emmanuel fan in an instant and started to take the acoustic guitar more seriously. "This Way" is one of a couple of compositions from that time and of course, it is very much inspired by Tommy Emmanuel ;-) If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Benjamin Schippritt - Water - Solo Acoustic Guitar / NEW Recording 2020 New recording of my first solo acoustic guitar song! Having been tremendously inspired by Tommy Emmanuel's music I wrote this acoustic tune many years ago. For my first video recording of Water I've used the integrated, rather poor sounding camera microphone. I decided to do a new recording with an audio quality this song deserves. If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Benjamin Schippritt - The Journey - Solo Acoustic Guitar Having been tremendously inspired by Tommy Emmanuel's music I wrote this acoustic tune many years ago. For my first video recording of The Journey I've used the integrated, rather poor sounding camera microphone. I decided to do a new recording with an audio quality this song deserves. If you like this video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! This YouTube channel presents my music featuring me on electric and acoustic guitar, as well as singing. It is also packed with free guitar lessons of my weekly updated guitar tutorial series "Guitar-Nerdery"! Official website: http://www.benjaminschippritt.com Official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands //////////////////// Join me on other platforms: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Playing the wide & cool sounding Dorian Mode by using Minor Pentatonic Shapes - Guitar-Nerdery #105 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me It's becoming a kind of sub series here, showing what else you can do with your standard minor pentatonic shapes other than playing just minor. This time I'm gonna show you how you can use your minor pentatonic shapes you already know, to play the dorian mode! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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A Dorian Backing Track - made for my tutorial episode Guitar-Nerdery #105 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me Under the roof of my Guitar-Nerdery series I'll post jam tracks every now and then. This one is in the key of A-Dorian. Dorian is the second mode / scale of the ionian system. I've made this backing track especially for my Guitar-Nerdery episode #105! There I show how you can use your minor pentatonic shapes you already know, to play the dorian mode! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Shredding Fun! Guitar mates Thorsten Praest, Adrian Weiss and Benjamin Schippritt in a shred guitar video collaboration! Guitar solo playthrough from the tune "Bonehead" by Thorsten Praest. "Bonehead" is included on Thorsten Praest's debut solo album "Driven" that was released in 2019. Additional guitar solo's are played by Adrian Weiss and Benjamin Schippritt. https://www.thorstenpraest.com/index.html https://www.youtube.com/user/dreus80 https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt
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Playing the sunshiny Ionian Mode by using Minor Pentatonic Guitar Shape - Guitar-Nerdery #104 Hello and welcome to my new Guitar-Nerdery video! I guess most of you know that you can use your minor pentatonic shapes to play the major pentatonic scale, just by moving the shape three frets down, three half tones down. I guess not many of you know, that there's another way you can use exactly the same shapes to play major and get a sound, that is closer to the ionian sound! I am going to show you how and as a bonus, I will also upload a simple Jam Track that fits to that topic. I will put a link to the Backing Track at the end of this video. So stay tuned! The Ionian scale or the Ionian mode is the first in the ionian system and it's commonly known as "the" major scale and there's a thing with the regular major pentatonic. It lacks the essential notes that make the difference in character between them major modes of the ionian system, Ionian, Lydian and Mixolydian. Therefore the major pentatonic fits to most major situations, but it's playing safe with the lack of character. If we take the minor pentatonic shape and move it four frets up, we get a rootless major pentatonic with an additional major 7th, which brings it more to the Ionian direction character-wise! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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A Ionian Backing Track - optimized for practicing C#-minor pentatonic over A Ionian mode Under the roof of my Guitar-Nerdery series I'll post jamtracks every now and then. This one is in the key of A-Ionian. Ionian is the first mode / scale of the ionian system and widely known as "the" major scale. This Backing Track is especially optimized to serve the topic of my Guitar-Nerdery #104 video, using the C#-minor pentatonic over A-Ionian mode. Means, I took care that there is never played the perfect 4th D in the chords, which is a regular Ionian scale note, but also called avoided note, because it interferes with the major 3rd and the major 7th. Especially when playing this alternative rootless major pentatonic (the notes of C#-Minor pentatonic) those interferences / dissonances with the perfect 4th can be very distracting. Therefore I kept it out completely for minimum trouble and maximum fun! This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Playing the marvelous Lydian Mode by using Minor Pentatonic Guitar Shapes - Guitar-Nerdery #103 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me Assuming that you lead guitar players already know shapes for the regular minor pentatonic scale, I'm gonna show you in this video, how you can use them to play the lydian mode! The lydian scale or the lydian mode is the fourth in the ionian system and its core note, besides the major seventh and the major third, is the augmented fourth. This note makes the difference to the regular major scale, to the ionian scale. That means it's not enough just to play major, you have to integrate that core note, that augmented forth into your playing, otherwise you wouldn't play lydian. I'm gonna show you how you can achieve that by using just your well-known pentatonic shape! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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1 GUITAR SCALE SHAPE - 84 Possibilities! - How to play ALL MODES in an instant - Guitar-Nerdery #102 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me There's a great hesitation when it comes to learn the scales of the ionian system, the modes, the church modes. That's mostly, because the learning curve is considered to be too high, but there's no need to be afraid of long lasting theoretical horror! Since I'm a great fan of putting things as soon as possible into practice, I'm gonna show that you have to learn only one guitarshape, one pattern that enables you to play all seven modes of the ionian system in all keys. Learning only one shape and get 84 possibilities! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Arranging Riffs & Chords - my ideas behind the Solo Part of Symphony of Fear - Guitar-Nerdery #101 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me This is a follow-up of my former video tutorial, explaining the thought process behind the riff- and chord arrangements of my song Symphony of Fear. This time I'm talking about the riff of the first solo part, how I arranged it to support the storyline of the lead guitar. PS: I recommend to watch my Official Video of the song Symphony Of Fear first. It may help to get a better understanding of my thought process! Videolink: https://youtu.be/0u9E57cj_j0 //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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My Thought Process behind the Chord Arrangements of Symphony Of Fear - Guitar-Nerdery #100 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me Hello and welcome to my new Guitar-Nerdery video episode number 100! That was quite a journey to get here, but fun to do! Today I want to talk about chord arrangements. A couple of months ago I published my song Symphony Of Fear. I'd like to take the last chorus and show you my whole thought process of arranging the chords for the electric guitar part. You will see that for the arrangements I used a lot of chord inversions, which I have already made tutorials about: Number #066 and #067! It's not about teaching you how to play that song, it's more about my way of thinking and the way I used, for example, chord inversions to support the storyline and the suspense. I thought this could be of some kind of interest to you, to catch up some ideas, to get inspired. This episode counts 30 minutes. So, grab some snacks and have fun! Cheers, Benjamin PS: I recommend to watch my Official Video of the song Symphony Of Fear first. It may help to get a better understanding of my thought process! Videolink: https://youtu.be/0u9E57cj_j0 //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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The Halftone-Wholetone Scale in a bluesy context ...a perfect match! - Guitar-Nerdery #099 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me This time I’m gonna show you the Halftone-Wholetone Scale. It belongs to the group of symmetrical scales. It is exactly what it is called, a sequence of alternating halftones and wholetones. Within an octave it can happen 4 times. It has all chord tones of a dominant 7 chord what makes it a dominant scale. Compared to the mixolydian scale it has an altered 9th in both directions and an augmented 4th. This makes it suitable for a bunch of extensions of a dominant 7 chord. But! …this time I actually want to show you, that its sound perfectly fits in a bluesy context. You can combine the Halftone-Wholetone Scale with the blues scale and give it a refreshing touch. In this episode I’ll show you also a nice three-notes-per-string pattern for that scale. It’s easy to learn and easy to memorize. And the best thing, it also covers the whole fretboard! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Al Di Meola goes Funk! Using his Strumming Technique for playing Funk Guitar - Guitar-Nerdery #098 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me In this episode I’d like to make you aware of that the Al Di Meola strumming technique is a perfect fit for playing Funk guitar. I’ve already made a couple of videos about his extraordinary strumming approach, driving the up and down movement of the strumming hand by raising the wrist and twisting ulna and radius. A good alternative for guitarists like me, who are not capable of doing these insane rubber-wrist-strummings of Funk guitarists like Cory Wong. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Learn how to Play & Feel 16th Notes on the Guitar - Guitar-Nerdery #097 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me It’s all about the rhythm and learning to play 16ths notes with a good timing should not be enough. One wants to gain freedom of movement and expression within a 16th groove. It’s even important to get a feel for each of them 16 notes. Not only knowing how to count them, but learning how they respond to the beat and body. In this episode I’m going to show you 5 easy to learn exercises, which can be a good starting point to lead you in that direction. This lesson is subdivided into 3 parts. Explaining and clapping them exercises, then performing them on the guitar and finally playing them in a higher tempo. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Stretched (add 9ths) Metal Chords - Guitar-Nerdery #096 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me In this episode I show you some guitar chords that are used very much in Heavy Metal. Power chords with an added 9th on top (what is actually a sus2 chord). That added color gives them a more dramatic vibe. Furthermore I'm going to show that by raising that major 2nd intervall to the minor, or even the major 3rd, we get awesome sounding basic triads. These wide spread chords are very suitable for heavy distorted guitars, because the notes interfere less with each other and stay transparent. At the same time these stretched metal chords are a good exercise for the fretting hand. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Quick Tips 12 - Pinkie Stretch and Stamina Training - Guitar Nerdery #095 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me Training the little finger of the fretting hand, its agility, stamina and capability of doing wider stretches, is an often neglected topic when practicing. In this video I'm gonna show you how you can train your pinkie to be a powerful tool, just like all other fingers. The idea is simple. I'm going to use a couple of rock 'n' roll riffs, which are easy to play with open strings, and transpose them into challenging positions with insane stretches. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Quick Tips 11 - How to use Chord Inversions in Rock Riffs - Guitar-Nerdery #094 https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/follow_me In this Quick Tips 11 episode I’m going to show you a nice way, how to use Chord Inversions in Rock Riffs. Rock Riffs consist very often of power chords. It sounds awesome and gives them additional drive and dynamic when sliding into triad inversions. And the best of all – like in all my Quick Tips videos the learning curve is low! If you absolutely do not know what chord inversions are, I’d like to recommend you to visit my YouTube channel and watch also my Guitar-Nerdery videos nr. 66 and 67. There I go very much into detail about that topic! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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NEW STRING THEORY - Full guitar driven HQ Rock EP Stream (feat. Benjamin Schippritt & Bram Bokken) Buy EP here: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com/album/new-string-theory-ep If you like guitar-adrenalin-driven hard rocking music that blends perfectly with Jazz, Blues and Country Rock, tune right in!!! Since 2017 guitar player Benjamin Schippritt produces and composes for the guitar-collaboration project New String Theory (NST). NST stands for tasty, dynamic guitar-adrenalin-driven (rock) music, never limited to the rock genre itself. The first three songs represent a rocking collaboration between guitarmates Benjamin Schippritt and Bram Bokken. Both have known each other since the 90s of the last millenium when they studied music at the conservatory in Arnhem in the Netherlands Artez, but never really came together. Finally they met for a guitar-shred-session, already planned quite some time ago, but took a while to happen. They felt an immediate match of playing style and musical taste. Soon it was very clear, they had to create some great music together. Benjamin Schippritt: words & music, guitars, (backing) vocals, bass guitars & misc., audio recordings, mixing & mastering, video recordings and editing Bram Bokken: guitars, backing vocals If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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JUNK FARM - Junk Farm (the first album) - Full Rock Album feat. Benjamin Schippritt 10 guitar driven hard rocking songs with a grand touch of jazz/fusion and the love for experimental blends of music genres. This album plays in the same field as Mattias Eklundh's Freak Kitchen and will also please the fans of Progressive Rock and melodic shred guitar solos! This is a Dynamic Remix of the very first and self released JUNK FARM album in 2003! Visit my Bandcamp site to purchase this album as digital download in many formats, up to lossless HiRes 24Bit/88.2KHz: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com Switch to HD for best audio quality on YouTube! 00:00 Everything Wrong 04:02 Three Chord Wonder 07:17 Try To Get In 11:42 Not Again 15:54 Junk Girls 20:16 Egomaniacs 24:58 Things Are Changing 28:56 G-Hut 32:49 Little Greedy Girl 36:26 Vernissage Benjamin Schippritt: guitars, vocals Berthold Fehmer: organ, keys Michael Sticken: drums Music by Benjamin Schippritt & Berthold Fehmer Recorded, produced & mixed by Schippritt / Junk Farm Lyrics, Remix & Remastering by Benjamin Schippritt www.benjaminschippritt.com www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt JUNK FARM - Complete Remixes (2013 - 2016): "In summer 2001 Berthold Fehmer and I came up with the idea of founding a jazz-trio which became a rock band instead. Junk Farm was born. 9 months later we recorded our first 3-track demo and very soon we prepared for a whole longplay cd, gathering all our song material for a reasonable playing-time. This first self-titled Junk Farm cd has been finished and distributed in 2003 only by ourselves. Some years ago when I riffled through my recordings from long ago, I found myself enjoying this first album. A collection of songs, fresh and far from perfect, displaying the musical self-finding process of a band, containing my singing debut and after all, having no predecessor as a reference. Soundwise unsatisfying, I decided to remix those tracks every now and then, just for the fun without having any purpose in mind. So here it is! Finally after three years the whole album is completely remixed and I'd like to share it with you, hoping you like it as much as I do." Benjamin Schippritt (May 2016)
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JUNK FARM - Didn't Come to Dance - Full Rock Album (feat. Benjamin Schippritt): 13 guitar driven hard rocking songs, inspired by the style of Jeff Waters' Annihilator, Mattias Eklundh's Freak Kitchen and King's X, which will also please the fans of Progressive Rock and melodic shred guitar solos! This is a Dynamic Remaster of the official album released worldwide in 2009 under Canadian ProgRock label Unicorn Digital! Visit my Bandcamp site to purchase this album as digital download in many formats, up to lossless HiRes 24Bit/88.2KHz: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com Switch to HD for best audio quality on YouTube! 00:00 - Didn't Come To Dance 02:53 - Still Not Dead 06:32 - 10 Out Of 1 11:15 - Chickbag 14:54 - Stalker 18:17 - Lost By A Love Song 21:21 - Where Are We Going To 25:48 - Eurovision Song-Incest 30:07 - Music Police 34:54 - Sweet & Sour 38:09 - Take It Off 42:49 - Talk To Yourself 47:32 - Vacation Time This is the fresh sounding and dynamic remaster of JUNK FARM’s third hard rocking and grooving album DIDN’T COME TO DANCE, officially published under the Canadian Progressive Rock label UNICORN DIGITAL in 2009. JUNK FARM has been the former German power rock trio of guitarist and singer BENJAMIN SCHIPPRITT. On this album you’ll find 13 energetic and guitar driven songs, which are meant to be "in your face". In the typical Junk Farm manner and with the focus on Power Rock, the band covered a great variety of styles on a skilled playing level. Besides that you’ll find out how it feels to be a stalker, how it is to talk to yourself, what girls do hide in their purse and what it means to grow old or how to write a love song ;-) .... this and much more is covered on this album. Although the music is complex, it is very catchy and easy to listen to. But not too much, because you know: They didn't come to dance! Benjamin Schippritt: guitars, vocals, backing vocals, additional stuff Berthold Fehmer: organ, keys, accordion, backing vocals Michael Sticken: drums, percussion Music & lyrics written, produced, engineered, mixed and mastered/remastered by Benjamin Schippritt www.benjaminschippritt.com www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt Recorded at different places in Germany and the Netherlands.
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JUNK FARM - Ugly Little Thing - Full Rock Album (feat. Benjamin Schippritt) 11 guitar driven hard rocking songs, inspired by the style of Jeff Waters' Annihilator and Mattias Eklundh's Freak Kitchen with a funky approach, which will also please the fans of Progressive Rock and melodic shred guitar solos! This is a Dynamic Remaster of the official album, self released in 2004 and officially released worldwide in 2007 under Canadian ProgRock label Unicorn Digital! Visit my Bandcamp site to purchase this album as digital download in many formats, up to lossless HiRes 24Bit/88.2KHz: https://benjaminschippritt.bandcamp.com Switch to HD for best audio quality on YouTube! 00:00 An Eye For An Eye 03:17 03:16 Fools Of The Cliché 03:05 06:22 Damaged Brain 04:15 10:38 Master-Sync 04:12 14:50 Partymaniac 04:29 19:20 Perfect Dream 04:42 24:02 www.superficial-girl.com 04:37 28:40 Strange Behaviour 03:36 32:17 Ugly Little Thing 04:36 36:53 Great Guy 03:35 40:28 Vernissage Benjamin Schippritt: guitars, vocals, backing vocals, additional stuff Berthold Fehmer: organ, keys, backing vocals Michael Sticken: drums, percussion, backing vocals Music & lyrics written, engineered and remastered by Benjamin Schippritt Produced & mixed by Junk Farm www.benjaminschippritt.com www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt
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BENJAMIN SCHIPPRITT - Symphony of Fear (Official Music Video) Finally! After producing tons of guitar tutorials I'm very happy to announce the presentation of this new song and video I've been working on for quite a while. An intense progressive rock tune, loaded with intense guitar work and lyrics. From the song-writing, singing and all instrument performances to audio and video recordings, as well as mixing, mastering and editing, Symphony of Fear is completely self produced by me. I'm very happy with the result and hope you'll like it too! //////////////////// If you like the video and would like to support me, please like and subscribe and leave a comment! You can also support me by simply watching my other videos! On this YouTube channel you'll find also my regular updated guitar tutorial series GUITAR-NERDERY. You can use the playlists to navigate through topics. http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt Benjamin Schippritt is located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Quick Tips 10 - Left Hand Legato Stamina Training - Guitar-Nerdery #093 The left hand legato technique means to create notes only with the fretting hand. Specific left hand legato techniques are for example hammer-ons, pull-offs and slurs/slides. So, the left hand has to do all the sports and the right hand only damps unused strings. And sport it is! To learn this technique you have to build up strength and learn to play legato notes even in situations where your fingers have to perform wider stretches. This exercise is a great one to work on all these things. It is easy to learn, but very demanding and it involves all 4 fingers. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Quick Tips 09 - EASY to learn, but IMPRESSIVE sounding TAPPING LICK - Guitar-Nerdery #092 In this Quick Tips episode I'll show you a nice sounding and easy to learn & play tapping lick. What makes it especially easy is that the tapping hand doesn't have to change positions, so you can stay focussing on your fretting hand all the time. A simple tap & pull pattern and no involved left hand legato technique makes it even easier. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Quick Tips 08 - This lick can get your hybrid picking started - Guitar-Nerdery #091 This episode is dedicated to those who are interested in learning hybrid picking. Hybrid picking - playing with the flat pick and fingers at the same time. I guess there is no master exercise, but that little easy lick I'm showing in this video can be a good starting point to dive into this awesome guitar playing technique! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Quick Tips 07 - Learn to move 6ths up the neck - Guitar-Nerdery #090 In this episode I'm going to show you how to play marvelous sounding 6ths intervalls up the neck, in the key of A mixolydian. I hardly recommend to watch my former video Guitar-Nerdery #089 first. There I give suggestions for good fingerings when changing and moving 6ths as well as some basic explanations. I chose the A mixolydian mode again to make it easy for you to relate to that former episode. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Quick Tips 06 - Bluesy Rock Riff - make use of 6ths - Guitar-Nerdery #089 In this Episode I'm gonna show a nice bluesy rock riff, that makes use of moving 6ths intervalls back and forth, actually an extension of a cliché kind of Blues riff. It's a good start up for learning 6ths on the guitar, learning the fingerings and to move them horizontally. At the same time you can train also hybrid picking technique and combine it with a backbeat groove. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Quick Tips 05 - A Fun Way To Learn Phrasing - Guitar-Nerdery #088 A musical phrase is a melodic line, a musical statement with a start and an end. Like when speaking, making a statement put into a sentence and end it with a punctuation mark. Players of wind instruments are used to do that right from the beginning, because they have to interupt their playing for taking breath. If you know you have to stop playing you intuitively try to end your "phrase" in a way that makes sense. This is where my phrasing exercise comes in! Putting yourself into a situation that is similar to wind instrument players makes a fun to play exercise, that helps you to get a feel for how to play phrasing lines on the guitar. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Quick Tips 04 - Mixo-Pentatonic Scale - Guitar-Nerdery #087 This time I'll show you one further awesome sounding pentatonic scale. By taking the regular minor pentatonic and altering the minor 3rd to the major 3rd, we get a major scale which I call the Mixo-Pentatonic Scale, again because I don't know the official name and its sound refers to the Mixolydian Scale. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Quick Tips 03 - Minor 6 Pentatonic Scale - Guitar-Nerdery #086 This time I'll show you a nice sounding alternative or add up for the regular Minor Pentatonic scale. By altering just one intervall, the minor 7th to the major 6th, we get the Minor 6 Pentatonic. It's how I call it, because I don't know the official name. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Quick Tips 02 - Diminished Arpeggios ...awesome for Blues Rock - Guitar-Nerdery #085 Have you noticed that there is a diminished triad embedded in the regular blues scale? Being aware of that opens up new possibilities! In this video I'm going to show how you can use and integrate even a full diminished arpeggio into your blues rock soloing. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Quick Tips 01 - Bending 3rds - get that bluesy sound - Guitar-Nerdery #084 This is the first Quick Tips episode, a sub series of my Guitar-Nerdery series. In the upcoming weeks I'm gonna post every 2nd day a short lick- or riff lesson, give tips or practising advices etc. These are unusual times and everybody could need some distraction and what is more attractive than playing and studying guitar! In this first episode I'm going to show how you can easily get that bluesy sound in your playing, simply by bending a minor 3rd a half step up to the major third. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Color-Up your Chord Playing - combine chords with scales - Guitar-Nerdery #083 A lot of guitar players use chords like if they are fixed units. I'm going to show you how chords and scales are related, that they are actually the same and how you can use this to color-up your chord playing. If you are able to see your chords, how they are embedded in scales will be a great game changer for you! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Scene from Symphony Of Fear video sessions I'm currently working on a new video clip. This is a scene of my video sessions for my new song Symphony Of Fear. I'm looking very forward to present you the full video soon!
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Groovy Rock Guitar Licks 3 - Guitar-Nerdery #082 This is part three of lick- or riff-ideas that can also contribute and support groove. It's again a combination of open strings, hybrid picking, hammer-ons and pull-offs. The harder you damp the notes, the more percussive and rhyhmic the lick gets. I use it a lot and would say, it's a trademark lick of mine. ...it's not that I'm a well known, but I hope you like this lick idea anyway ;-) //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Groovy Rock Guitar Licks 2 Guitar-Nerdery #081 This is another idea how to rhythmically and harmonically make chord transitions. You can build it into riffs or use it as a lick. I've often got a problem to distinguish between the latter. If melodic and rhythmic motifs are used in a higher register we perceive it more as a lick. Playing the same idea in the low register, it easily is regarded as riff. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Groovy Rock Guitar Licks 1 Guitar-Nerdery #080 In my intro arpeggio demonstration of Guitar-Nerdery video #079 I played an additional ending lick and I promised to explain it in an extra episode. So, this is what I'm going to show you today! This rock guitar lick incorporates open strings, pull-offs and hybrid picking. It has a touch of country guitar, probably because of using open strings, as well as some popping notes by using hybrid picking. I listen a lot to country music and this lick is simply the outcome of me being inspired, although it's not country for 100%. I use it a lot actually, but more in the context of hard rock music. You need two strings and it doesn't matter which ones. It's easy to get it up to tempo and if damped hard, it gets very percussive and therefore groove supportive. There's also a lot of crosstalk between the strings, makes it somewhat dirty, which I really like. Short, it has a lot of drive and exitement and it's nr. 1 of my series of groovy rock guitar licks. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Paul Gilbert Arpeggios 3 - Major Workout - Guitar Nerdery #079 For part 3 about Paul Gilbert's string skipping arpeggios I've made a nice sounding exercise, that makes only use of the "major shape". You'll learn to move it all across the neck and playing it in challenging high and tight positions. I also used the picking pattern of my former episodes about Paul Gilbert Arpeggios, Guitar-Nerdery nr. #060 & #062. Visit also my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1.
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Crazy Lick - using rhythm picking patterns for creating solo licks Guitar Nerdery #078 When I practised a tune of Tommy Emmanuel, one of those rhythm guitar picking patterns creeped into my solo playing. The lick I'm showing you in this video is a combination of the hybrid picking technique with chord inversions moving upwards the fretboard. It can be used for example for connecting different positions on the fretboard harmonically. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Stille Nacht (Silent Night), a little guitar arrangement - Benjamin Schippritt I wish you all a Merry Christmas! Frohe Weihnachten! Zalig Kerstfeest! God Jul!
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The final Guitar-Nerdery episode in 2019 is up! I'm looking forward to new episodes, starting in january 2020. Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year! Left-Hand Legato / razor sharpen your focus on timing / Guitar-Nerdery #077 Left-Hand Legato: One of the most difficult things to master this technique is to play the notes right in time, as accurate like when picking them. When it comes to technical guitar training in general it's important to be aware of, to sharpen the focus on the most essential things. I practised a lot of guitar technique while watching tv. Therefore I completely damped the strings to not disturb anyone, just to train the movements. Without hearing actual notes, but only that clicking of the strings hitting against the fretboard when training left-hand legato, I could focus for a 100% on the timing and nothing else lead astray from it. ...besides the movie ;-) This experience is what I'd like to share with you in this video. Sharpen your focus on timing when practising the left-hand legato technique. It can help to let your legato licks to sound much better! ...when I think about what all guitarists/musicians I like have in common, it's their good timing! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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What, Why & How - 3 Notes Per String Patterns (increase your playing speed) - Guitar-Nerdery #076 On the guitar a note can be found more than once. Some can be played in several positions on different strings. That's why there are different concepts of scale shapes. Different concepts need different fingerings and those fingerings offer different possibilities. The way you can use a scale is partly determined by the scale shape you use. In this video I'm going to show you the three notes per string concept that's mainly used by guitarists who like to play fast. Besides walking you through all 3 notes per string scale patterns of the modal scales (church modes) I also show how these shapes can be developed by yourself, for better understanding and learning. If you want to increase your playing speed these three notes per string patterns are a must know! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Inside ↔ Outside Playing ▶ How to PLAY OUT OF KEY and MAKE IT SOUND GOOD - Guitar-Nerdery #075 Inside & outside playing, commonly used in Jazz music, but what does that exactly mean? It's simple! When you are playing scales and chords that are part of the music's key you are playing "inside". When you (intentionally) play scales and chords that are not part of the key then you're playing "outside". In some way that description fits also to chromatic playing, but with inside outside playing a different kind of approach to the wrong notes is meant. While in chromatic playing the wrong between the right notes are played, we leave the key completely in inside outside playing and find our way back in again. In a way that supports and creates excitement and doesn't sound wrong at all! I'm going to show you an easy way how you can do this! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Easy Start into Chromatic Playing 2 how to play all the wrong notes right - Guitar-Nerdery #074 This is the second episode about getting started easily into chromatic playing. In episode #073 I used the basic two-notes-per-string pattern for the minor pentatonic scale to show you that "filling the gaps - concept". This time I'm going to adapt this idea to diatonic three-notes-per-string guitar scale shapes. With three notes per string, there's always one finger spare that can be used to play a chromatic note. Chromatic playing is done very often in Jazz music. To me it was a mystery how to do that. I was amazed how Jazz guitar players like Mike Stern did it, like in his song Chromazone. When I tried to play chromatic licks it just sounded not right and I asked my teacher about how to do it and what's the secret. Well, the secret is, you can play complete nonsense, but you have to know and show where the right notes are! There are endless concepts of chromatic playing but I've got a very easy one for you to get started! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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An Easy Start into Chromatic Playing - how to play all the wrong notes right - Guitar Nerdery #073 Chromatic playing is done very often in Jazz music. To me it was a mystery how to do that. I was amazed how Jazz guitar players like Mike Stern did it, like in his song Chromazone. When I tried to play chromatic licks it just sounded not right and I asked my teacher about how to do it and what's the secret. Well, the secret is, you can play complete nonsense, but you have to know and show where the right notes are and playing the wrong ones to lead to them. Additionally to that your rhythmic ideas and phrasing is the seller of those chromatic lines. There are endless concepts of chromatic playing but I've got a very easy one for you to get started! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Using Octaves to easily develop Catchy Licks - Guitar-Nerdery #072 In this episode, like in Guitar-Nerdery #071, I'm gonna show how to use octave shapes as orientation marks for developing catchy licks. Melodic motives, repeated and octavated get the listener attracted! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Minor Pentatonic & Blues Scale, extended Guitar Pattern - Guitar-Nerdery #071 In this episode I'm going to show you a 'must know' guitar pattern for the A minor pentatonic and the A blues scale that has a broader range than the commonly known standard boxed shape. It sits diagonal across and melts perfectly with that standard pattern. It makes it easy to move melodic ideas through octaves. A symbiosis with multiplied possibilities!
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Modes in a Dramatic Order - Guitar-Nerdery #070 The order of the modes in the ionian system (1 ionian, 2 dorian, 3 phrygian, 4 lydian, 5 mixolydian, 6 aeolian, 7 locrian) is of technical nature, developed by regarding each note of the major scale (ionian scale) as a root to build up scales/modes. If we put them in a different order, in a more logical way by the number of great versus small intervals they contain, this new order will also correlate with their sound! The new order would now be: 1. lydian 2. ionian 3. mixolydian 4. dorian 5. aeolian 6. phrygian 7. locrian How come and what the heck is that good for? Watch the video!
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Mode-Chords, the Frank Gambale Method part2 ⭐⭐⭐ Guitar-Nerdery #069 In this second part I apply Frank Gambale's Mode-Chords concept to all minor modes of the ionian system: aeolian, dorian and phrygian as well the 7th mode locrian. If you not already have I strongly recommend to watch the first part first, otherwise it's hard to understand this episode! Description part1 (Guitar-Nerdery #068): Mode Chords - with "Mode" I mean the modes of the ionian system, also known as the church modes. Jazz Fusion Rock guitar virtuoso Frank Gambale ist commonly known for his incredible sweep picking technique. But this is not what I want to address here. 30 years ago Frank Gambale explained and demonstrated in his 2nd instructional video a concept about how two simple major triads can be used to fully display the sound and character of each of them modes. Of course Frank Gambale's method is not the only way to achieve that, but it's easy to implement, has it's own unique sound and lets you really understand and get a feel for the modes of the ionian system. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands
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Mode-Chords, the Frank Gambale Method part1 ⭐⭐⭐ Guitar-Nerdery #068 Mode Chords - with "Mode" I mean the modes of the ionian system, also known as the church modes. Jazz Fusion Rock guitar virtuoso Frank Gambale ist commonly known for his incredible sweep picking technique. But this is not what I want to address here. 30 years ago Frank Gambale explained and demonstrated in his instructional video a concept about how two simple major triads can be used to fully display the sound and character of each of them modes acoustically.
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How to play Chord Inversions on the guitar 2 - Guitar-Nerdery #067 This episode is a direct follow-up of Guitar-Nerdery #068, How to play Chord Inversions on the guitar! Please make sure, If you not already have, to watch that episode first.
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Benjamin Schippritt - Guitar Solo Recordings 2 (Symphony of Fear) I'm currently working on a new progressive rock song, Symphony of Fear. This is the second guitar solo spot. No shred guitar here, just Rock 'n' Roll!
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Talking about triads - practically on the guitar you can play a chord's fundamental form and both inversions in one position, but when talking about learning chord inversions it is meant to arrange them horizontally. This way you will learn to find chords and voicings everywhere on the fretboard. Good for arranging, conquering the fretboard and gaining artistic freedom.
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Indian Style Rhythm Exercise - Guitar-Nerdery #065 First - this is not a konnakol (or konokol) lesson and nor am I an expert in indian rhythm, but I like listen to indian music. The 16th notes exercise I'm going to show you in this video reminds me a lot of how rhythm is approached in indian music. A fun to play exercise and a very good one to shape your 16th notes timing.
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Benjamin Schippritt - Symphony of Fear (new song, guitar solo recordings) I'm currently working on a new progressive rock song, Symphony of Fear. This scene has been shot while I was working on the main solo guitar part. Pretty challenging to create excitement, an arc of suspense over this 19/16th groove.
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Left-Hand Legato – get your fingers closer to the fretboard – Guitar-Nerdery #064 I’m asked frequently about how to get the fingers of the left hand closer to the fretboard. 20 years ago sweep picking master Frank Gambale told on a guitar clinic, that he often stood in front of a wall when practicing to force his fingers to stay close to the fretboard. I tried that, but didn’t like to have also my nose against the wall ;-) Anyway, there are surely a couple of ways to achieve that. One good way that I’ve experienced is to train the left-hand legato technique. With this playing technique the left hand has to take over tasks that are normally the domain of the right hand, like note generation and timing. Having to manage many tasks along with playing fast all movements have to be executed efficiently. Going the shortest and most direct ways is the goal. I believe when digging deep into left-hand legato the movements of the fingers will automatically tend to get closer to the fretboard, for this is the only way to gain speed and get that legato sound. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Funny Lick - Pacman Dying - Guitar-Nerdery #063 This lick sounds pretty much like Pacman, when dying. It's a fast descending chromatic legato lick, which is harder to play than it sounds. Makes it a good left-hand legato exercise. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Paul Gilbert Arpeggios 2 - Guitar-Nerdery #062 This is part two of my former episode about Paul Gilbert's string skipping arpeggios (Guitar-Nerdery #060). Besides showing you Paul's arpeggio shapes in detail and an exercise playing them simply up and down over a couple of cadences, I mentioned also that they have a much more rhythmic approach than, for example, sweeping arpeggios. This time I've got an awesome new exercise with these arpeggio shapes over a broad chord progression and a more complex picking pattern. A workout showing the strong points of Paul Gilbert's amazing string skipping arpeggios. It's going to be very sporty! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Open String Arpeggios (tapping guitar lesson) - Guitar-Nerdery #061 Most arpeggio shapes on the guitar need more than one string and are boxed in positions. Since arpeggios are simply notes of chords, played individually, it is also possible to arrange them on single strings. The tapping technique is perfect for doing that! In this episode I'm going to show how you can easily create fast and stunning sounding arpeggios. Perfect for shredding! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Paul Gilbert Arpeggios - Guitar-Nerdery #060 Paul Gilbert, a guitar virtuoso well known from his work with Mr. Big and Racer X. A couple of decades ago he released an instructional video where he demonstrated his concept of string skipping triad arpeggios. Till then I only knew sweeping arpeggios and it took me some time to understand the value of these strange arpeggio shapes. Besides their different sound they allow a completely different phrasing with much more rhythmical approach. For those of you who don't know Paul Gilbert, I’d like to share his string skipping arpeggio concept with you. In this episode I’m not going to address that phrasing potential, but give you more a basic overview over these arpeggio shapes. In the second half I also show you an awesome sounding exercise with these string skipping arpeggios which I demonstrate in the intro of this episode. Surely not beginners level, but for those of you, who like the challenge. Furthermore I recommend to use this episode as an appetizer and to search for Paul Gilbert on YouTube. You'll find tons of tutorials by himself. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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How to let your Guitar Squeal - Guitar-Nerdery #059 Artificial harmonics, pinch harmonic, thumb harmonics or just squeals. All these names are used to describe the same thing. Creating a sound with the picking hand that is widely used in hard rocking music, but not only. It has also great potential to attract or annoy cats and dogs ;-) I'm often asked about the technique, how these squeals can be squeezed out of a string. In this video I'm going to show in detail how it can be done. Besides that I'd like to recommend to watch also my Guitar-Nerdery video #009 from about a year ago. There I show an awesome soundeffect that can be created by using these artificial harmonics. Because it was required to be technically able to play them, you can see this new episode #059 as a prequel of #009. Have fun and let your guitar squeal! Phasing-hands Effect - Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery #009: https://youtu.be/KZu_aq4QrpE //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated once a week, every Thursday! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Easy guitar fretboard memorization, not only for the beginner! Learning to find all the notes on the guitar fretboard and to memorize them seems to be quite a task. Compared to the manual of a piano the guitar seems to be very confusing. In this video I'm going to show you, that it's easily possible to clear it up and that memorizing the fretboard is not that hard and overwhelming at all. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Harmonic minor, what is that? It's actually the natural minor scale (aeolian scale) with a raised 7th. Why was it developed, why would you need it, how does it sound ...? In this somewhat longer episode I'm going to tell about the history and use of that scale, as well as giving some concrete tips and exercises to successfully integrate it in your playing.
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Screaming & Powerful String Bendings - Guitar-Nerdery #056 In this episode I'm going to approach guitar string bendings from the point of view of a rock guitarist. If your guitar solo has to compete with the power and the fat rocking groove of your band, live or in the studio, there's no time for being shy and playing safe. I'll show you some tricks and bendings that will help your solo to cut through, to deliver the right sound and attitude in the context of rock music. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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The quality of your string vibrato and therefore of your tone, is one of the most important ingredients that mark your personality on the guitar. It should not be underestimated. All that fun to play shred stuff, playing lots of notes is very attractive to put on the exercise agenda. Working on sound and tone very often is neglected. In this video I'm gonna give you some tips how you can develop a good vibrato technique.
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The essential Gary Moore Lick - Guitar-Nerdery #054 I'm a great Gary Moore fan and can't stop missing him. He was such a soulful musician and guitar player and in no way I intend to reduce him to a couple of licks. But, if I'd have to think about an essential lick of Gary Moore, a lick he used all the time, in his early and later years, in his metal era or when he got deep into the blues... I've found one! Watch the video to learn one of the most essential, powerful licks of Mister Gary Moore! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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String Skipping Arpeggios 4 - Guitar-Nerdery #053 This time I show two string skipping arpeggios with 3-notes-per-strings and combine them with a left hand legato / hybrid picking pattern from my Guitar-Nerdery episode #035. Those two arpeggios are a Dm7/9 and an Am7/9. They are very good for shredding, but also demanding for the left hand, because of wider stretches. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Richie Kotzen Style Lick - Guitar-Nerdery #052 Every guitarist has his trademark licks, licks he/she uses more often than others. The ones you hear for a second and you know who is playing. So does Richie Kotzen. I very often use a lick idea that is very inspired by Richie Kotzen. It's not exactly what he's playing, it's more the concept of that lick which inspires me to create my own. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Wide Interval Triads - Guitar-Nerdery #051 There are many ways you can play triads on a guitar and today I'm showing you some very open sounding ones, using wide intervals and greater differences of string thickness for more separation. The fingersettings are actually taken out of those string skipping arpeggios from my previous videos. Some more voicings for your chord vocabulary, which can also help you to get a different perspective on what you have already played a thousand times. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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String Skipping Arpeggios 3 - Guitar-Nerdery #050 Part three of string skipping arpeggios. Make sure to have seen part 1 and 2 for fully understanding. This time I'm taking the string skipping arpeggio lick idea I've showed you in part 2 and build it up to a broad exercise, playing a cadence in the key of G major. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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String Skipping Arpeggios 2 - Guitar-Nerdery #049 About a year ago I've posted the first part of string skipping arpeggios. This is a follow-up and I really recommend to watch my Guitar-Nerdery video #004 first, to fully get connected to what I'm showing this time! In that first part I explain in detail the shapes of those string skipping arpeggios and furthermore show a lick, that let's you connect them arpeggios horizontally. I gave that lick a little twist to make it now easily possible to connect two arpeggio shapes in one position, but on different strings. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Simple Shredding Puzzle Pieces 2 - Guitar-Nerdery #048 This is a follow up of my former guitar tutorial: Simple Shredding Puzzle Pieces 1 - Guitar-Nerdery #047 ! In this episode I show one more simple shredding lick and give examples, how it can be extended to a long impressive shred run. It's simply 6 notes played on two strings and therefore adaptable to most kind of scale patterns. Use your imagination and explore endless possibilities! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Simple Shredding Puzzle Pieces 1 - Guitar-Nerdery #047 In this episode I show a couple of simple and small shredding licks which can easily be combined. Puzzling around with these shredding puzzle pieces is a lot of fun and lets you create awesome shredding licks. My main intention is to inspire you to come up with your own puzzle pieces which will grace your future solo playing. //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Thinking in several Voices - Guitar-Nerdery #046 In classical music and also in the fingerstyle world it’s a natural thing to think in different voices, but most of the rock guitar players think and see a chord as a unit. In the end it’s the way you think about music that determines how you play and sound. In this video I’m going to show you an easy exercise that will train your brain to split chords into several voices. It will open doors for tremendous possibilities and beautiful musical arrangements in the future! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt?sub_confirmation=1. Benjamin Schippritt Located in Nijmegen in The Netherlands https://twitter.com/BSchippritt https://www.facebook.com/schippritt https://soundcloud.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.instagram.com/benjaminschipprittmusic/ https://fandalism.com/benjaminschippritt https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjamin-schippritt-19286913a/ https://vimeo.com/channels/benjaminschippritt
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Guitar-Nerdery #045 - Motivic Playing Exceptionally one day earlier this time. It's the final episode before a short 2-week spring break! This programm will be back on may 09, 9pm GMT +2. Very often when I wanna motivate my students not only to reproduce something someone else has played, but to improvise, the desperate response is "I really don't know what to play, how to begin". A very common way of starting with playing solo guitar is learning an easy scale shape, like the pentatonic or blues scale. Playing it simply up and down first is good to memorize it and for doing the sports. From the musical point of view it's pretty boring. In this video I show you an exercise that's very musical and effective which works on all levels. It's completely up to you how difficult you want to make it. videolink: https://youtu.be/MxhF6VJ6XLk
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Al Di Meola technique 06 - Strumming Etude - Guitar-Nerdery #044 I’ve already made a couple of videos about Al Di Meola’s strumming technique. This time I wanna refer to the very first one, Benjamin’s Guitar-Nerdery #020. In the demonstration intro clip I’ve improvised with a simple chord progression and tried to apply Al’s style and approach of strumming guitar. After covering some important ingredients of Meola’s strumming style I thought that learning this intro demonstration could be a good start, if you struggle to come up with own ideas and don’t know how to begin. In this episode I’m gonna explain all chords and grooves in detail, showing them slow and fast. Have fun with practicing! I recommend to watch also these Guitar-Nerdery videos about the Al Di Meola strumming technique: #020 #029 #041 #042 #043 ///////////////// Al Di Meola is mostly known as a fast picking virtuoso, playing solo runs at light speed. Some 30 years ago I listened to the "Friday Night in San Francisco" album for the first time, the price winning live collaboration album of Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Paco de Lucia. Man I couldn't believe what I've heard! I became a fan of all three guitar players and tried to get more information and records. Somehow Al Di Meola's style attracted me the most and very soon I was also aware of his remarkable rhythm guitar playing and timing. Although playing with a plectrum, his grooves pretty much sounded like those of flamenco players. While having my problems trying to practise some of his grooves that I picked up by ear, and there was no Al Di Meola on Youtube these days, I noticed his different right-hand technique, different from what most other guitar players do when strumming - I could finally see him performing on regular tv. So I studied his right-hand and tried to copy it, also in front of a mirror ;-) Yes, and it really worked for me! //////////////////// This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +1 (in summer time GMT +2)! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com
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