Benjamin Schippritt - Guitar - 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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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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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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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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Al Di Meola technique 05 - Fast Fills Training 2 - Guitar Nerdery #043 This is a follow-up of my former video. To fully understand what I'm showing here, please make sure you have watched it! It's about training speed and the ability to change the strumming tempo or the note values from 16ths to 32nds very accurately. This is a trademark of Al Di Meola's strumming approach and if you want to dive deep into this, you can't avoid to train this. This time the strumming patterns are more tricky, what makes them a greater challenge, what makes you like them even more, I hope ;-) I recommend to watch also Guitar-Nerdery: #020 #029 #041 #042 ///////////////// 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 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 technique 04 - Fast Fills Training 1 - Guitar-Nerdery #042 Al Di Meola's trademark wh... read moreen he plays rhythm guitar are his very fast 32nds fills. In this video I'll show you a bunch of guitar strumming exercises which will not only help you to build up speed, but to be able to switch between 16ths and 32nds in a split second and very accurate. If you really want to dive deep into Al Di Meola's playing style, you can't avoid such a training! Watch also my other videos about Al Di Meola's strumming technique: Guitar-Nerdery #020: https://youtu.be/TiHgFRnUfVc Guitar-Nerdery #029 https://youtu.be/pNLE9uJgjsE Guitar-Nerdery #041 https://youtu.be/v1h29dj5_fE ///////////////// 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 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 technique 03 - Dynamic Strumming - Guitar-Nerdery #041 In this video I will again cover the Al Di Meola rhythm guitar topic and show you my approach to his strumming technique. Very often he uses different strumming pattern to get life and dynamic in a groove. Video #029! Today I stick to alternate strumming, show you a transparent sounding chord type and use it to demonstrate how dynamic in strumming can be achieved. Not only by hitting the strings hard or soft, but to split the chord by frequency into two parts, low and high. Watch also: Guitar-Nerdery #020: https://youtu.be/TiHgFRnUfVc Guitar-Nerdery #029 https://youtu.be/pNLE9uJgjsE
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Playing Malmsteen Arpeggios with Hybrid Picking Adapting Guitar Techniques 10 Guitar-Nerdery #040 There have been already 9 videos under the subtopic Adapting guitar techniques within my Guitar-Nerdery series. This one rounds it up to number 10. Adapting hybrid picking to Yngwie Malmsteen's lightspeed sweep-arpeggios is my crazy challenge this time. What we get is a great hybrid picking workout. //////////////////// 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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Jamtrack in F# Dorian (Hard Rock) - Guitar-Nerdery Under the roof of my Guitar-Nerdery series I'm going to post jamtracks every now and then. This one is in the key of F# dorian. Dorian is the second mode of the ionian system, in this case the E ionian system. The much more common minor mode used in rock and pop music is the 6th one, the aeolian mode. Compared to aeolian, dorian has a major 6th! Just one note different, but a great change of 'flavor'. I've made an effort to let this backing track rock and groove. You can use it for a whole lotta exercises I've showed in my Guitar-Nerdery series. Have fun! Benjamin // My 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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Adapting Guitar Techniques 09 - Hybrid Picking Malmsteen Lick - Guitar-Nerdery #039 Neoclassical Metal - what would that be without Yngwie Malmsteen! Today I'm adapting hybrid picking to one of his trademark licks which will enrich your shred guitar vocabulary. You'll be amazed to see how hybrid picking really matches with that style and makes it possible to extendend this fine lick. I've prepared a very broad lick for you to sink your teeth into. An awesome picking training, based on Malmsteen's idea or actually on the music of the baroque era. //////////////////// 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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Adapting Guitar Techniques 08 - Hybrid Picking Baroque Lick - Guitar-Nerdery #038 Neoclassical Metal! That metal style came up back then in the 80s and Vinnie Moore had lots of licks to show which fitted into that genre, which are directly inspired by the music of the baroque era, by J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Händel, Telemann etc. In this video I'm adapting hybrid picking to one of them and you'll soon understand, that this technique makes it much easier to play, compared to alternate picking. I also extend that lick from the original and show you how to play it everywhere on the fretboard! //////////////////// 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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Adapting Guitar Techniques 07 - Scale Tapping - Guitar-Nerdery #037 Last week I showed you an adaption of the tapping technique in the style of Greg Howe to an alternate picking exercise / lick of Vinnie Moore. I found it also interesting and it's also a guitar technique adaption, to show you one more tapping exercise. Scale Tappping! If you, instead of learning just tapping licks, apply the tapping technique to three note per string scale patterns which you use to improvise solos, you enable yourself to improvise with that technique. //////////////////// 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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Adapting Guitar Techniques 06 - Nerdery #036 TAP the HELL out of it! ...like Greg Howe This time I'm again referring to my Guitar-Nerdery episode nr. #033 and apply guitar right hand tapping technique to that idea of Vinnie Moore. What we get then is an awesome sounding, fast shredding lick in the style of Greg Howe! ...Greg Howe, a six string virtuoso with an incredible guitar tapping technique. Please watch also my episode: Adapting Guitar Techniques 03 (hybrid meets legato) - Guitar-Nerdery #033 https://youtu.be/qAQQZKJZWNs //////////////////// 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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Adapting Guitar Techniques 05 - more Hybrid meets Legato - Guitar-Nerdery #035 This is another episode where I combine hybrid picking and legato technique. It's a consequent follow-up of Guitar-Nerdery #033, hybrid meets legato. There I took an exercise of guitar player Vinnie Moore ( Shrapnel records artist, member of U.F.O. ...) that was originally meant for training alternate picking and applied left hand legato technique (hammer-on’s and pull-off’s) and hybrid picking to it. In #033 it was all about a scale sequence of playing 3 notes up (down backwards) from each scale note. Works with any scale combined with a 3 note per string pattern. This time the idea is simply playing 4 notes up from each note of the scale. That changes the picking and fretting pattern of both hands, which makes it a new exercise. Adapting hybrid picking and left hand legato technique to this exercise, allows to gain more speed without effort. And of course it sounds different! Please watch also my episode: Adapting Guitar Techniques 03 (hybrid meets legato) - Guitar-Nerdery #033 https://youtu.be/qAQQZKJZWNs 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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Adapting Guitar Techniques 04 - Wide Range Legato Licks - Guitar-Nerdery #034 Shred guitar is in the house! ;-) In this video I'm referring to the scale sequence combined with hybrid picking and left hand legato technique I showed in my former Guitar-Nerdery episode #033 and apply two really wide stretched out, 3 note per string scale pattern to it. One of them stretches about 3 1/2 octaves. Now, that's gonna be a challenge! My hands are of regular size, but I've always been addicted to these extreme hand gymnastics to gain a better reach of my left hand. So here's the one waiting also for you - left hand control, muscle and stamina training, combined with great changes of positions. Let's conquer the fretboard! Please watch also my episode: Adapting Guitar Techniques 03 (hybrid meets legato) - Guitar-Nerdery #033 https://youtu.be/qAQQZKJZWNs 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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G melodic minor, E harmonic minor - Jamtrack Demo ...just a short demonstration of how I am improvising over this jamtrack: https://youtu.be/-hR-1iJpWHk ...taken from my Guitar-Nerdery episode Adapting Guitar Techniques 03 (hybrid meets legato) - Guitar-Nerdery #033: https://youtu.be/qAQQZKJZWNs // My 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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Jamtrack - G melodic minor, E (harmonic) minor Welcome to the interactive contribution of my Guitar-Nerdery series! Watch me improvising over this Jamtrack: https://youtu.be/sOuczjdf4rM ...taken from my Guitar-Nerdery episode Adapting Guitar Techniques 03 (hybrid meets legato) - Guitar-Nerdery #033: https://youtu.be/qAQQZKJZWNs Jamtrack – G melodic minor, E (harmonic) minor A short note: The first half of the chord progression in this backing track is in G melodic minor and changes to E (harmonic) minor in the second half. It’s not the easiest one to play to. When I’m showing the minor pentatonic scale to my students and explaining why it’s a fantastic scale to begin with, I always make clear, that it misses two notes which could be wrong (no minor or major sixth & minor or major second), compared to the three minor modes of the ionian system. So if you have to play in minor there are not many cases where you can go wrong with it. This backing track is different and it won’t work here most of the time, at least not in the first half! Both, melodic and harmonic minor have a major 7th and hereby contradict the minor 7th of the minor pentatonic. I thought you might like the challenge to play over a strange chord progression ;-) Have fun! // My 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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Adapting Guitar Techniques 03 (hybrid meets legato) - Guitar-Nerdery #033 Here is another exercise that I picked up from Vinnie Moore a long time ago. Originally meant for training alternate picking I’m going to apply left hand legato technique (hammer-on’s and pull-off’s) and hybrid picking to it. This way that scale-sequence lick gets a whole new sound and vibe and you can reach tremendous speed much easier. Just in case you wonder what strange stuff I’m playing in the intro clip, I’m improvising over a G melodic minor chord progression that evolves into E Aeolian / B HM5 (Phrygian dominant). 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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Adapting Guitar Techniques 02 - Guitar-Nerdery #032 This episode is a continuation of my former episode: Adapting Guitar Techniques 01 - Guitar-Nerdery #031 https://youtu.be/T-n0sKFyiDs
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Adapting Guitar Techniques 01 - Guitar-Nerdery #031 Welcome back! After a short break I've restarted my Guitar-Nerdery series. Back then in the 80s of the last century I was fan of lots of them upcoming shred guitar players and Shrapnel Records heroes (Label owner Mike Varney) like Yngwie Malmsteen, Tony MacAlpine, Jason Becker, Marty Friedman... ...and one of them was Vinnie Moore. Without internet and YouTube guitar tutorials were available on good 'ol VHS tape. Vinnie Moore with his remarkable playing technique at that time released two guitar instructional videos and I was unbelievable happy to buy them. I studied everything and it had a great impact on my playing. That is all very long ago and since then I studied many different guitar playing techniques, left and right hand. There's an issue when it comes to learn a new technique, for example when first picking every note and then start to learn to play everything legato. You put a lot of time and energy into the new stuff and there's not so much time left to keep your "old" stuff in shape. The result is you find yourself playing your shreding licks not as persuasive as usually while the new technique still isn't your friend. That transition time can be very annoying. Anyway, that's the way it always goes and it this video I'd like to show you a hybrid picking exercise. When starting with hybrid picking i recommend to start with one finger additional to the plectrum first, probably the middle finger. The way I learn a new guitar playing technique is, I try to adapt that technique to the musical ideas I've already trained. This is the moment when Vinnie Moore and one of his exercises in his instructional videos comes in. It's originally an alternate picking exercise, a movement through a "3 notes per string" scale shape. Playing this with hybrid picking is a good muscle and overall control training for the plucking finger. Adapting Guitar Techniques will be continued over a couple of videos! 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 // Benjamin Schippritt gibt u.a. Gitarrenunterricht in Mühlheim an der Ruhr in Deutschland an der NEUE SCHULE FÜR MUSIK: http://www.neue-schule-fuer-musik.de
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Year of Composure - Benjamin Schippritt This video is an electric guitar performance and I'm playing a short composition of mine, which simply cristallized out of jamming. Those of you who follow my Guitar-Nerdery tutorial series will notice, that I've used some ideas and guitar techniques I've shown and explained in my first tutorial season. The title is my wish for 2019. I wish you all a Happy New Year! 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 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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Merging Guitar Rhythm Concepts - Guitar-Nerdery #030 Unbelievable it's already tutorial nr. 30 and the last one this year, 2018! This guitar tutorial series takes a vacation and will be back on January the 10th in 2019! I mentioned more than once that in my opinion in music it's all about the rhythm and I'm finishing this year's season with another guitar rhythm lesson. Be sure that shredding guitar exercises won't be missed out in future, but without the right approach to rhythm everything is pointless. In this video we'll be creative with the regular 4/4 time signature and I first show you a guitar rhythm exercise that I missed to recommend in my former guitar rhythm lessons, the importance of practising offbeats, here with 16th notes. Furthermore it's gonna be fun when I refer to guitar rhythm concepts and exercises of my former videos, merging them and discover new grooves. Conform to what should always be your second thought - "What else can I do with it?" To get the max out of this video I strongly recommend you to watch also these videos: Cross-Rhythms, proggy tools for proggy songs - Guitar-Nerdery #015 https://youtu.be/dYTo3Es0iXo Odd Time Signatures? ...piece of cake! - Guitar-Nerdery #016 https://youtu.be/MqC8rbgwI3s Awesome groovin' Irish strumming pattern - Guitar-Nerdery #019 https://youtu.be/3CVAxyHfxF0 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 // Benjamin Schippritt gibt u.a. Gitarrenunterricht in Mühlheim an der Ruhr in Deutschland an der NEUE SCHULE FÜR MUSIK: http://www.neue-schule-fuer-musik.de
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Al Di Meola strumming pattern - Guitar-Nerdery #029 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! I've made a video about it and recommend you to watch it first: Al Di Meola strumming technique - Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery #020 https://youtu.be/TiHgFRnUfVc In this video I show you a specific guitar strumming pattern, inspired by Al Di Meola and that can help you to get a feel for his rhythm playing style. I wish you as much fun as I always have with these kind of exercises! 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 // Benjamin Schippritt gibt u.a. Gitarrenunterricht in Mühlheim an der Ruhr in Deutschland an der NEUE SCHULE FÜR MUSIK: http://www.neue-schule-fuer-musik.de
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Tapping Harmonics - Guitar-Nerdery #028 Tapping octave harmonics - A very useful guitar trick! Tapping pinch harmonics or tapping artificial harmonics means, you get harmonics out by tapping an open or fretted string on specific points. I'm also calling this guitar technique Hot Plate Tapping, because the tap has to be pretty short, like you're tapping on a very hot plate. In this video I'm going to show you how you can play complete melodies and solo lines, just by tapping octave harmonics that are located 12 frets higher than those notes of the open or fretted strings. Means, you tap a copy of what your left hand is doing exactly 12 frets higher. It works everywhere on the guitar fretboard, but the higher you get, the more difficult it gets to get the octave harmonics out. One of the reasons is that the higher you get, the more precise you have to be, but it's also very supportive if your guitar is harmonic friendly. This does apply to both, acoustic and electric guitar. Using a guitar compressor or distortion (what is also a kind of compression) makes it also easier. On an overdriven electric guitar those tapped harmonics can sound as loud and last long as a played chord, what isn't the case on an acoustic guitar. This has to be taken into account when integrating octave harmonics into your playing and songs. To get more insight about how guitar harmonics are covered on the fretboard, I recommend to watch also my Guitar-Nerdery video: Phasing-hands Effect - Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery #009 https://youtu.be/KZu_aq4QrpE 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 // Benjamin Schippritt gibt u.a. Gitarrenunterricht in Mühlheim an der Ruhr in Deutschland an der NEUE SCHULE FÜR MUSIK: http://www.neue-schule-fuer-musik.de
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Create Riffs with Major Scales - Guitar-Nerdery #027 There's more than just major. Major can have many different colors and metal riffs in major, that's very possible! All major scales of the ionian system - This time I'm talking about how to incorporate major scales Into riffs. In this video I show you how to transform an ionian major guitar riff into a lydian and mixolydian riff, only by making small, but important changes. For fully understanding it's important to watch my former episode "Create Riffs with Minor Scales - Guitar-Nerdery #026"! There I'm going very much into detail about the actual differences between scales and demonstrate how you can get the mode sound by using the exclusion principle. Take this video and my former one as a companion, for understanding all modal scales and practically building marvelous riffs in various minor and major colors! 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.
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Create Riffs with Minor Scales - Guitar-Nerdery #026 All minor scales of the ionian system - This video is about how to incorporate minor scales Into riffs. I'll show you how to transform an aeolian minor guitar riff into a dorian, phrygian and locrian riff, only by making small, but important changes. What is the difference between those scales? Which are the important notes you have to integrate in your riff to get the mode sound? Everything is gonna be covered! After analysing the scales I'm gonna demonstrate the different sounds of the minor modes, by using the same riff idea and the exclusion principle - how you can achieve to work out the beautiful different flavors of minor. 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 // Benjamin Schippritt gibt u.a. Gitarrenunterricht in Mühlheim an der Ruhr in Deutschland an der NEUE SCHULE FÜR MUSIK: http://www.neue-schule-fuer-musik.de
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Create Riffs with the Blues Scale - Guitar-Nerdery #025 Blues riffs anyway, but also rock riffs are very often built on the blues scale, the expansion of the minor pentatonic. Depending on the riff and because we have the same notes more than once on the guitar fretboard, we can use different shapes for the same thing. I'm gonna show you a shape of the E blues scale that works fantastic for riff building. In addition with one of the most important chords / voicings for the guitar player. The E7#9 or Jimi Hendrix chord! In my opinion there's no other instrument where that chord sounds that good. All examples with the guitar tuned to E standard. 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 // Benjamin Schippritt gibt u.a. Gitarrenunterricht in Mühlheim an der Ruhr in Deutschland an der NEUE SCHULE FÜR MUSIK: http://www.neue-schule-fuer-musik.de
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Metal Riffing - Guitar-Nerdery #024 Very often my students ask me how to play metal guitar. My first answer would be it’s all about the sound and right playing attitude. There’s also a great element of sports to it which needs a lot of training. This answer only wouldn’t satisfied them. Yeah what’s a typical metal riff? In this video I’m gonna show you a picking pattern / exercise and chord / voicing progression, that I would definitely put on the table. All examples in standard E tuning. 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.
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Inverted Power Chords, fat & dark - Guitar-Nerdery #023 Most of the time the reason why drop-tunings are chosen is to want the guitar and riffs sound fatter. Inverted Power Chords with the perfect fifth on bottom in the standard e-tuning sound darker and fatter than regular power chords. They are a fantastic tool to fake a down-tuning, to let the guitar sound lower than it is tuned. In this video I'm gonna demonstrate how to play inverted power chords and how they sound. 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 // Benjamin Schippritt gibt u.a. Gitarrenunterricht in Mühlheim an der Ruhr in Deutschland an der NEUE SCHULE FÜR MUSIK: http://www.neue-schule-fuer-musik.de
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Special Drop B Tuning - Guitar Nerdery #022 If you Google the term Drop B Tuning you'll find an equal to the Drop D Tuning. Tuning the whole guitar three half steps down to C# standard and then the low C# string further down a whole step to B. The instrument is then playable like in Drop D Tuning. I'm gonna show you a different Drop B Tuning that goes along with the idea, just to tune down the lowest string and keeping all other five strings in Standard E. This way the string tension and harmonic character almost stays the same, which I like! The guitar overall doesn't need any further adjustments then and it's very easy to tune back to Standard E Tuning, if you need that low Drop B Tuning only for a few songs. If you like the video, please leave a comment, like and subscribe. If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt 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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Drop D Tuning - Benjamin's Guitar Nerdery #021 I like the drop D tuning, or dropped d tuning very much. You simply tune down the low E-string one whole tone down to D. By that simple step you tremendously expand the possibilities on the guitar. The first time I was aware of it was in the early ninties, when I tried to figure out the riffs of an Annihilator song. From then on I heard it more and more in Metal music. Nowadays Metal cannot be imagined without drop D tuning. Besides explaining what it's good for I show you a good way how to tune your guitar to drop D with harmonics. (Unfortunately that tuning method doesn't work on guitars with a floating tremolo system - every change of tuning gets them completely out of tune. ...one of the reasons why I play guitars with fixed bridge.) If you like the video, please leave a comment, like and subscribe. If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message! http://www.benjaminschippritt.com https://www.youtube.com/c/BenjaminSchippritt 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 strumming technique - Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery #020 Al Di Meola is known for his incredible picking technique when playing solos, but he is an outstanding rhythm guitar player too. When he plays his unique strumming pattern he uses a different right-hand technique that enables him to reach a very controlled fast tempo without losing punch, sounding a bit like a flamenco player using a plectrum. In this strumming guitar lesson I'll show you how to do that. This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +2 (in winter time GMT +1)! 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! www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Awesome groovin' Irish strumming pattern - Guitar Nerdery #019 For a long time I kinda neglected the art of playing a decent strumming acoustic guitar, thought it was easy stuff and rather engaged myself in other things. Until I've heard Irish guitar player John Doyle who lives in Nashville. I was immediately impressed by his driving strumming grooves. And when I started to practise I completely got it - man was I wrong! There's a lotta work to do ;-) In this video I'm gonna show you a way how triplet notes grooves are played on the guitar in Irish music. If you like to dive into Irish guitar I wanna recommend you to check out John Doyle and many other Irish guitar players like Sam Lakeman (Cara Dillon). This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm 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! www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Them damn Quarter Note Triplets - Benjamin's Guitar Nerdery #018 The first thing that comes up to mind when talking about triplet notes is 8th note triplets. Quarter note triplets are not so much addressed, but they are pretty tough to play right. In the straight note world playing quarter notes is not a big deal, but quarter note triplets are actually 6 equally long notes over 4 straight quarter notes in a 4/4 time signature. That means you have 2 notes on count 1 and 3 or 2 and 4, but four of them quarter notes in the off-beat. I'm gonna show you how to play them right in time. This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm 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! www.benjaminschippritt.com
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The Rhythm Pyramid - One of those exercises that's very effective and you can gain a lot from, but which can be pretty annoying. Don't get angry and do not bash your guitar ;-) This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm 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! www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Odd Time Signatures? ...piece of cake! - Benjamin's Guitar Nerdery #016 Playing in odd time signatures, everybody can do that. No-one counts till 19, 17 or 13... It's all about subdivisions! This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +2! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe my YouTube channel and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message!
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Cross-Rhythms, proggy tools for proggy songs - Guitar Nerdery #015 // Cross rhythms are fun to play and very suitable if you need that proggy touch in your prog rock or prog metal songs, jazz tunes etc. Progressive music is often associated with playing in odd time signatures, making the listener guessing where the "1" of the beat is, hahaha. With cross rhythms you can achive that even in 4/4! Let's make the listeners wonder where the "1" is. But you, the player, should never lose it!!! PS: In the video I'm talking 'bout "rest notes" but mostly playing 8th instead in my demonstrations. In theory I wanted to keep it easily countable while my demonstrations with guitar focus more on how cross rhythms can be approached. This Guitar-Nerdery program is updated every Thursday at 9pm GMT +2! If you like the video and want to stay on the ball, like and subscribe my YouTube channel and leave a comment! If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message!
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October - by Benjamin Schippritt: "I've written this emotional instrumental song in a personally very difficult time. The scenes I've filmed to make it a video were taken from my studio's window and I like how they support that melancholy mood. This is a new mix of an older recording. Please check out my other videos, like and subscribe and leave a comment!
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How to Groove Like Hell in Odd Time Signatures - Benjamin's Guitar Nerdery #014 Hey hey, this is my first video ever lasting nearly 15 minutes! ...time for a toast ;-) In my last video I explained how important it is, to tap with your foot along with the metronome, to get the feel / groove right. All examples were in 4/4 time signature. But what if it's not 4/4, how can the same groove and feel be achieved? In this episode I show you how I deal with odd time signatures, how I manage to tap along. The video is packed with loads of demonstrations, beginning in 3/4 and ending pretty odd like 13/16! When you like the video, please leave a comment, like and subscribe. If you got questions, suggestions or ideas, please send me a message!
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The Metronome is your Friend - the right and most avoided way of using it - Guitar-Nerdery #013 Any kind of instrument player or singer, you need a few notes to make your statement or a lot - your message will only be delivered when you get your rhythm tight. The metronome is your friend to achieve that, but to tap along with your foot is essential for your success! And it can be fun! I'm gonna show you with the metronome set to 4/4 ! If you like the video please leave a comment, like and subscribe! www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Sounds like a Pinball Machine - Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery #012 Another tapping guitar lesson using that simple three-note tapping idea I've explained in my former videos. Let's get weird, wild and crazy ;-) If you like the video please leave a comment, like and subscribe! www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Simple Tapping Idea Extended 2 - Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery Another, even easier example what you ... read morecan do with a simple idea, to let it shine. Make sure you've watched my former Guitar-Nerdery video "simple tapping idea". Thanx for watching, leave a comment and please like and subscribe! See you next time!
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Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery (super simple tapping idea) In this episode: a super simple tapping idea which can easily be extended to something impressive. Please like and subscribe, leave a comment and see you next time! www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery (phasing hands FX) This nerdery episode is all about squealing, cheeping and screaming with your guitar ;-) www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery (16th fitness training) A great exercise for hands and brains. I did and do this regularly. Please like and subscribe my YouTube Channel! ...and be welcome to visit my official homepage: www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery (slide-guitar-like) I really like slide-guitar, but somehow always found an excuse not to work it out ;-) At least I found a way to integrate a little bit of that slide-flavor in my playing. By making this video I've learned that I use it a lot! Please like and subscribe! www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery (bell-simulation) ...The solution if a real bell is too heavy for you ;-) www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Benjamin's Guitar Nerdery (sounds like delays) please like and subscribe my YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Benjamin71S http://www.neue-schule-fuer-musik.de
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There are many ways to play arpeggios on a guitar. Besides that different playing techniques sound different, the all have their own possibilities of phrasing. These string skipping arpeggios fit perfectly with right hand hybrid picking. Please like and subscribe my YouTube Channel / www.benjaminschippritt.com
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Benjamin's Guitar-Nerdery (triads with 6ths on top) I picked that idea up from Tommy Emmanuel. To... read more move from one position to another he often uses 6ths underlayed by a root note or alternating bass. I used that idea at the end of my solo in my song "Lost In Yesterdays": Watch the Videoclip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8CMrjwusyQ
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This guitar riff was the main inspiration for the chorus of my song "Lost In Yesterdays", which I recorded with New String Theory. In addition watch also the NST videoclip Lost In Yesterdays: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8CMrjwusyQ
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Benjamin’s Guitar-Nerdery: After being asked frequently, I happily put my first guitar video tutorial online. It’s meant to be the start of a regular updated tutorial series. Here I'm explaining a favorite hybrid lick of mine, which I used a lot in my Song SMILE! In addition watch my video SMILE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQU4ZJYFXQI Find it also on my Fandalism page!
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Lost In Yesterdays - by New String Theory ......a new Hard Rock tune with some country rock riffing. ......Please switch to HD for best audio quality! ......Visit the official New String Theory website: www.newstringtheory.com ......Benjamin Schippritt: music & words / guitars, vocals, bass guitar, misc. / audio recording, mixing & mastering / video editing. ......Bram Bokken: guitars
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I've made up my mind - by New String Theory Please switch to HD for best audio quality! Benjamin Schippritt – guitars on the left, bass guitar, other stuff Bram Bokken – guitars on the right Music and words, mixing and mastering by Benjamin Schippritt
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Smile! - by New String Theory Please switch to HD for best audio quality! I'm pleased and like to announce that I have teamed up with like-minded great Dutch guitarist Bram Bokken! We are working on new rocking stuff and recording it bit by bit. Here you can listen and watch to a complete new recorded and arranged version of my song SMILE! ...stay tuned for more New String Theory videos! Cheers! Benjamin Schippritt www.new-string-theory.com
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THE HATCH: This song/video has been written, produced and performed by Benjamin Schippritt. For best audio & video quality switch to HD! Visit Benjamin's website: www.benjaminschippritt.com Listen also to his music on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/benjamin-schippritt
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It took me quite some time to get this acoustic piece worked out. At least it didn't take long to come up with the title ;-) music written by B.Schippritt
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Benjamin Schippritt - Welcome: This is a little acoustic song of mine. I can't remember when exac... read moretly I wrote it, because it developed over a period of months, piece by piece. Always struggling with giving instrumental songs a name, I finally thought "Welcome" would suit it.
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German rock band Junk Farm performs "Didn't Come To Dance", a title from their album "Didn't Come To Dance". Switch to HD for best sound quality! Benjamin Schippritt: guitar & leadvox Ulf Stricker: drums & backing vox Jens Bachmann: bass & backing vox Music & words by Benjamin Schippritt website: www.benjaminschippritt.com & www.junkfarm.de Produced by Florian Breuer & Michael Hohnstock
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German rock band Junk Farm performs "Talk To Yourself", a title from their album "Didn't Come To Dance", featuring Ulf Stricker with a crazy drum solo at the end of the song. Switch to HD for best sound quality! Benjamin Schippritt: guitar & leadvox Ulf Stricker: drums & backing vox Jens Bachmann: bass & backing vox Music & words by Benjamin Schippritt website: www.benjaminschippritt.com Produced by Florian Breuer & Michael Hohnstock
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Smile! - Benjamin Schippritt (new mix) Notes about this new mix: The former mix of this recording was influenced by that audio-squeezing-competition called the "Loudness War" which kinda infects and destroys a lot of beautiful music on nowadays cd’s. Since I can't stand what that does to audio anymore I felt very unhappy about the way it sounded and decided to do a new mix with no squeezing at all at the mastering stage, which preserves and exposes all my musical intentions. (DR12) Just use the biggest knob on your stereo, crank it up and have fun!
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Benjamin Schippritt - Water
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Benjamin Schippritt - This Way
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Benjamin Schippritt - Guitar
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Followers 125   
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Location Nijmegen
Instruments Guitar, Vocals, Bass
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