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A fellow in Florida was leaning over wharf with his arm just above the water. A large fish jumped out of the water, and grabbed on to his arm. You can see the video here.
I’ve heard he is giving up on this hobby
An 11 year old bass player throwing down the FUNK in a concert in the park
I had a bit of a wake-up call today. I was watching a video online that showed me the difference between the blues scale and the minor pentatonic scale. Watch the video below that explains it.
I tried one of the kids favorite dinners last night. It certainly isn’t healthy, but the kids seem to love it. You make up a box of Kraft Dinner, and throw in 4 boiled wieners.
Well… not only is it one of the most un-healthy concoctions you could server a kid…. it really tastes awful.
No idea how kids can eat that crap, let alone liking it.
Nice video introduction to 9th chords today. It’s on the Gibson website and by Steve Krenz. You can view it here
How to play “Fire and Rain” by James Taylor
The old rock band I played in when I was a teen did this tune. ‘Course, I didn’t actually play the chords. If anything I put a little lead in there using the A melodic minor scale You know, if memory serves me correctly. Anyway…. watch the video below to learn how to play it.
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Have a look at the article the picture to the left links to. It’s to an article I wrote titled Our Groceries are Poisoned. There is also a link to download the Greenpeace Shopper Guide which lists many foods that can be found at the supermarket that are all contaminated with GMOs.
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are in 60-80 percent of our processed foods and some of these are clinically documented to cause depression, fatigue, infections, brain fog, nausea… even cancer. So anything listed in that free report is a good example of what you *DON’T* want to feed your kids.
Nice article on the Gibson website about the The Gibson Marauder. Paul Corbett bought one and played it in our rock band when we were teenagers. Truthfully though, I wasn’t real struck in it. I’ve seen other Gibsons I liked much better.
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Steve Krenz posted a nice guitar lesson to the Gibson website today. In the video he talks about augmented chords and a tritone augmented chord that you substitute it for a V chord.
Although I’ve studied music theory and have known for countless years how to construct them, I really had no idea where to use them other than the augmented 4th. The augmented sound wasn’t pleasing to my ear, but after watching this lesson, I think I will see where I might be able to fit them in.
You can watch the video lesson here.
A good friend from the old days, Jamie Gatti, (we formed the first band together that we both ever play in) is playing bass in this video with Ian James: