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what i need to learn as advanced player?

I signed up for the $40./month plan, I’ve watched the first 5 video’s. How do I view other video’s? Can’t seem to figure it out on the website.

Great information and message as I am about to start my journey with a guitar. I look forward to the other lessons. Keep up the great work!

It’s hard to make a decision on what do you want to get from playing a guitar when you want everything. Tough question, indeed.

it was really helpful :) thanks a lot :)

Excellent advice. At 62yrs. young I needed that. Thank Erich

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    Congrats my man. Keep up the good work and so glad it helped. e:)

Great videos! And your book is brilliant! Thank you! 40 years old, and all I want to do is to be able to play well enough so I can just chill at a family get together and play on the guitar and actually have my family enjoy a little improv or whatever pops into my mind. :)

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    Can’t wait to hear back from you and how you are doing e:)

this sucks advertise $1 then $ 40 taken.,.,.,con artist

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    It’s a $1 trial as advertised my friend. $40 for several hundred videos. It’s a steal!

I’m in my 50’s and have always wanted to play guitar. Due to an accident where I had cut most of the tendons in my left hand and have permanent nerve damage I won’t be able to play right handed, but I found after purchasing a left handed guitar I can probably do o.k. left handed. All my life I have always done most things, except write, as a right handed person even though I am left handed. As I was watching your video I was thinking maybe this is going to be to hard for me to do. That was until you talked about your accident and the arthritis you have in your hands. This gave me what I needed to keep going and fulfill the dream. I know I’m going to need a lot of practice just to get the hands to work right, but I’m going to do it. Thanks for helping me get that bucket list done.

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    Thank you “wave” for your very touching comment. I also have some left handed vids on Youtube- yourguitarsage. Let me know how you are doing from time to time. e:)

I know that a ton of people have already said this, but I have to say it again…in my opinion you are a great guitarrist, an awesome teacher and whovever is your student must feel “super duper” lucky! I am starting myself at 18 years of age (going through the alien hands stage) and all of your videos have been really helpful :) Tanks and keep Rawkin’

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    Thank you Newbie…and know this, you won’t be a newbie for long if you practice and follow the vids! Let me know ! Cheers Mate!

Hi Erich, even though I play for some time, I still got some really important tips from you. You got me hooked on to view all the lessons in a row, because of the content but also of your tutorial skills. Thanks a lot!

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    Thank you so much my friend! I teach advance lessons as well. Please let me know how I can help.

Hello merci c’est cool (désolé mais mon anglais est trop limité) malgrè tout j’ai beaucoup aimé ton site tu es un bon pro avec des explications simples et une bonne approche spychologique. Thank you man!

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    You are so welcome my friend! So glad the videos are helping.

Hi again friend! :)

Erich, what do you know ‘bout thumbpick?
Why don’t you use it?

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    Igor! I do use a thumb pick on occasion. It makes the bass lines more pronounced and louder. Since that finger typically is not pointed straight into the guitar like the other fingers it’s more difficult to hit the string with a nail unless you’re playing classical style. Thumb pics will help with this.

Like you said Erich, there are great guitar players out there, but I must add that while there are a lot of professionals out there, not all of them know how to teach what they know. I can say that in your case you possess both great ability to play the guitar and most importantly for all of us who are learning, your ability to be a great teacher. I know a few people who are trying to help me get better adn they are really good but, but not all of them know how to teach.

Thanks for your continuous effort to help us better at this.

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    That is so kind Rene! I truly appreciate those words of encouragement. I’ve tried to break things down like I remember learning them. Please let me know how I can help.

I´m a little pro guitarist XD but it was some interresting information in all 4 lessons

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    :) thanks friend!

Hey Erich,
Can you teach us all the scales?
I’m an advanced guitar player, but I want to play solos and for that I need scales…
Maybe you can teach us how to learn them the easy way and how to switch between them in solos?

PS: you’re awesome!

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    I have you covered my friend! I cover them in detail in the unstoppable guitar system. We’re doing an offer right now or you can test drive the whole course for one dollar. However, if you don’t want to do that, go to YouTube and search, “YourGuitarSage scales” :)

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    Thanks friend!

good lesson

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    Thank you my friend! Please let me know how I can help.

thank you ninjas, now I know where I’m going wrong!!

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    YEAY!!! Thanks friend!

slow chord changes were the bain of my exsistance but since watching the video its no more speed has picked up and my mind now knows what it is trying to achieve thanks Mark

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    Thanks Mark! Tons of ninja tricks like this that will save you TONS of time. I learned most of these things the long way, but thought, “why not help other folks NOT have to go that route?”. Enjoy!