Videos for inspiration

Discussion in 'Recordings [DB]' started by Fredrik E. Nilsen, Jun 9, 2019.

  1. I guess most of us have an established practice routine. Etudes, scales, chords etc. I also guess most of us get tired of it from time to time and want something fresh and different to practice for a while. Something that inspires us to learn something new.

    Here's a video I found a few weeks ago, that made me want to learn to play it. Not too difficult, but with some challenges. (Speed down the video to see the technique clearly). Feel free to add more examples.

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  2. Adam Ben Ezra.

  3. jsf729


    Dec 12, 2014
    Central Maryland
    Nice work, but check out the dog's reaction. First minute and half I thought it was a dead dog prop. Wakes up and licks himself, scratches himself then ROLLS OVER and turns his back on him. Everyone's a critic.....
  4. Yes, great fun!
  5. I am sure the thread will grow, but: the first two videos are great played at the same time!
  6. Would love more contributions. (Not so fond of the "look what I can do with a looping machine"-thing).
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  8. Wow! I left the first video playing and skipped around on the solo; you're on to something there!
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