Vreny’s Misc Musings

This is where I post things that do not fit in any other categories.

Chord Tone Ninja Part 2

Chord Tone Ninja: 1 Chord Type, All Keys, in 1 Position This is the next level, continuation of last week’s blog Chord Tone Ninja Master Part 1. Read and practice the information in last week’s blog first, before attempting today’s lesson. Last week we discussed soloing with chord tones of a given chord, only covering
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Chord Tone Ninja Master Part 1

Chord Tone Ninja Master Part 1 This is a fantastic improvisation exercise and fretboard drill that I recently came up with for my more advanced students. The drill is inspired by Wayne Krantz‘s approach to improvisation. I took a semester of private guitar instruction with Wayne when he was a guest lecturer for 1 semester
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Interesting Guitar Innovations: Relish and Deimel Guitars

Interesting Guitar Innovations: Relish and Deimel Guitars I recently came across some interesting, innovative guitar design that I wanted to share in today’s blog. Might not be everybody’s cup of tea, so to speak, but interesting nonetheless. Relish Guitars is a Swiss guitar company that does does some really innovative things in guitar design. Relish
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David Gilmour’s 120 Guitars Auction & Dimash

You Could Own One of David Gilmour’s Guitars David Gilmour is auctioning off 120 of his guitars to benefit his charity. This auction includes his famous, 1969 Black Strat, which was played on “Money”, “Shine on You Crazy Diamond”, “Comfortably Numb” and numerous other Pink Floyd classics. Following is a fun interview with David Gilmour.
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Super Learning

Super Learning Many years ago I read the book “Super-Learning”. One of the chapters talks about the effect of music on the brain and physiology and how it can help with learning. Turns out that when you listen to the Largo parts of baroque compositions, which are usually around 60bpm, that your heart rate slows
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