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    Default Quantifiable Results THANKYOU JAMPLAY

    This was me trying to do something with doublestops 4 days before I joined Jamplay
    https://youtu.be/dk0yJADxc7w

    This was me today after 10 weeks of lessons from Jamplay. I actually started on this song 4 weeks ago.

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    Thanks so much for sharing!!! GREAT progress... this is really cool to see! Keep em coming and keep earning those badges!!
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    Great progress! Keep it up.
    Phileos High Energy passionate Music with Heart and a bit of Southern Attitude.

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    That video led me to your others on YouTube. In particular, Samba Pa Ti -- wow, you inspire me!
    It's a nice tune when Santana does it, but yours gives me something that his doesn't -- the idea that maybe I can do this too! The inspiration and motivation to try. Learning to play the guitar has several parts: learning the techniques and practice of course, but motivation is huge too.

    Here's an idea for JamPlay. Have an area where students can see how other students play. I'm thinking of the badges. Instead of just posting a name when one is earned, also post the link to video (if the student is willing).

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    Thankyou for your kind words. This is the video I have been trying to learn Samba Pa Ti from. I like it because I can see what he is doing on the finger board. I have been using "Transcribe" software which allows me to slow it down without changing the pitch, and loop it wherever I want. This way I can look at what his fingers are doing and try to match the pitch of each not he plays. Then I can practice it at a fraction of the speed and slowly speed it up as I become more proficient. I used that software extensively to learn Berry Picking.
    https://youtu.be/65Z2tujlbP8

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    Transcribe! is awesome... I use it for every song and every JamPlay lesson I do
    -Chris Liepe
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    Thank you so much for sharing. That is wonderful progress.
    Co-Founder and Content Specialist at JamPlay.com

 

 

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