Acoustic intermediate advanced guitar lesson tap harmonics slapping strum fingerstyle

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Comments posted (25)

@rockongoodpeople its reallly awesome guitar i just have a pluto and m an intermediate guitarist…u guys rock…

I feel like this could have been cut down to a 2 minute lesson… 3 max.

would you care if me and my band wrote a song based off of your techniqes?

thank you

nice lessons , i’m learning a lot , love the 12 bar blues a lot , love to learn real slow blues , greetings from Belgium

congratulations for your good will to explain.
some just donĀ“t have the patience to do it.

dude i watch andy mckee and don ross. in about a month or so and im way better than this mother fucker.

As always quality videos! Cheers!

one question? the harmonics just work on metal strings on acustic guitar? I ask because i have nailon string and cant do it, but i try on my electric and dont work too… so i dont know if my!

hey! can u give us a lesson on ghost notes ?

thanks for lesson!

@YRockAG lol are you blind it tells you what kind of guitar in the video

the guitar I am using in this lesson is a Taylor GS5 – cedar top with tropical american mahogany back and sides – killer sounding guitar – rock on!
David T

@JoeSixString its actually a Taylor

nice.. thank you. I enjoy it very much :)

@JoeSixString it makes it easier to hear them, but if you have a decent guitar and hit it just right you could get a loud and perfect harmonic on any fret.

dude, what guitar is that? it sounds awesome!!!

I love his ‘poker face’ when he’s playing :D Very nice tutorials, thanks!

You’re a good Teacher :)

i love you man! Thanks!

i love you man! Thanks!

Possibly, it’s a Yamaha FG20s, perhaps the guitar has to be played through an acoustic amp to get the tap harmonics sound.

kipkay :D

it could be about your guitar.

I have been trying the tap harmonics but I can’t seem to get that sound.

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