Sophisticated Blues - Part 3

If you’re in need of some inspiration to freshen up your blues phrasing or looking to add a little jazz-like colour, John Wheatcroft is back with another blues lesson which will help you broaden melodic, rhythmic and improvisational horizons. In this part we are demonstrating Major Jazz Blues.

The making of Damjan Pejcinoski's custom guitar

The idea for making a guitar for Damjan Pejcinoski dates back a long time. The serious talks about the guitar started six months before the actual build started. There were a lot of things that had to be covered, like the shape of the body, the hardware, the pickups and many other details. Since we all live in the same city, Damjan was very often a guest at the workshop, talking about the guitar and defining the various details.

0

JamUp XT 3.5.0

JamUp XT 3.5.0

On 9th June 2014, Positive Grid released the new 3.5 update for its flagship app JamUp XT. This is a massive update with new features: Integration of BIAS amp patch into JamUp, redesigned graphical interface, Preset Manager, Dropbox support and 3 new expansion packs.

Extended Range Guitars for Beginners and the ones who dare

Hallo guitar fans. Most of you are already familiar with a term extended range guitar. Most people would define extended range guitar as any guitar that has broader range of a frequency spectrum, or it's tuned higher and/or lower than the usual standard low E to high E tuning. What is standard today? For example, Russians have 7 string classical guitar since 18th century. Some of these guitars had up to 11 or 12 strings, with 7 fretted strings and 4-5 unfretted bass strings. They considered 7 string standard by their criteria back in the day...

Sophisticated Blues - Part 2

If you’re in need of some inspiration to freshen up your blues phrasing or looking to add a little jazz-like colour, John Wheatcroft is back with another series of 3 blues lessons which will help you broaden melodic, rhythmic and improvisational horizons. In part 2 we are demonstrating Latin Blues inspired by Allan Holdsworth, Bireli Lagrene and John Scofield.

Lick of the week no. 34 - Gypsy Jazz style lick

Hi Everyone.

This time I have a gypsy jazz lick for you. If you like Django Reinhardt style then get your acoustic guitar and and have fun.

Klavitara Zagreb Festival 2014

If you happen to be in or around Croatian capital Zagreb on 7th June 2014, do not miss Klavitara - guitar and keyboard festival organised by Rock Academy Zagreb.

Live4guitar is a proud sposor of this amazing festival at which many world famous guitar and keyboard names will be performing. You will also have a chance to see some of Live4guitar most pouplar names and instructors from our Guitar Lesson Marketplace. There will also be a big jam session supported by accompanying band with Titta Tani on vocals, Dino Fiorenza on bass and John Macaluso on drums.

BIAS for iPhone

Greetings guitar fans.

Few months ago we have reviewed the BIAS for iPad. This month we are happy to announce that Positive Grid has adapted a program code for an iPhone (4S and above) and iPod touch (5 and above). I was so excited to test the Beta version few weeks ago and I was truly impressed with being able to tweak everything on my iPhone 5 touch screen. Now the final release version is ready to fire up your iOS device. BIAS for iPhone can be flawlessly integrated with JamUp XT as well and vice versa.

Lick of the week no. 33 - Gary Moore - Still Got The Blues - 1st solo

Welcome to my first lick of the week. We'll be seeing how to play the main theme and a lick that the great Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore played in his song "Still got the blues".

TWA - Fly Boys Mini Pedals

Hallo guitar fans. Today we are presenting TWA™ - Fly Boys™ guitar pedals by Godlyke Distributing Inc.

We received 5 ultra compact mini pedals with very eye-catching packaging, features and great sound. This mini pedal size is a great addition to any crowded pedal board. Even if you design the brand new pedalboard, you will be able to fit more pedals in.

It comes very handy for a traveling musician as well, because there is no need for very big and heavy pedalboards on the road.

Lick of the week no. 34 - Gypsy Jazz style lick by Damjan Pejcinoski
Lick of the week
Twitter followers:8554
Total posts:219
Latest Replies From Community
11. 05. | by yusuf bahtiar
Life4Guitar

STAY UP TO DATE

Stay up to date via RSS, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or MySpace
TWITTER FOLLOWERS 8554
TOTAL POSTS 219
COPYRIGHT © 2010 LIVEFORGUITAR  |  TERMS OF USAGE  |  PRIVACY POLICY  |  ABOUT US  |  ADVERTISE