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Was browsing my local guitar center last week.. and decided to check out the acoustics. I have a bare bones Ibanez one. maybe worth $200 so I dont typically walk in the high end acoustic room. For some reason this time I gave it a go. Tried out all sorts of Martins, Gibsons and Taylors... Sorta like visiting guitar heaven. Wasnt as fan of Martin. Gibson I liked a lot, but Taylor.. oh man. The Taylor 400 series guitars just spoke to me. I narrowed it down to a 414 (Grand Auditorium) and a 416ce Grand Symphony. In the end the bottom end of the GS really drew me in. It really covers the entire spectrum well and keeps up with a hard strumming. The action is really low.. like elec guitar low. The only thing I don't like about it is the medium gauge strings. I'll play them for a bit and see if I can get used to them but I'll probably try light gauge next string change. I did try a high end Taylor 814 model (way outta my price range).. It was definitely pretty but didn't really play or or sound any better to me at least.
Knowing guitar center had 15% off (but it doesn't technically apply to Taylor) and sweetwater had 36 month free financing.. a bit of haggling got me a new 416CE with rosewood back/sides for $1900 and 36 months to pay from sweetwater. Not to bad considering they go for $2199 normally.
You don't typically see many NGD acoustic postings on this reddit so I figure I'd represent for the less electrically inclined among us. (although I do LOVE my electrics).
I'd play ya'll something but I really can't do this fine instrument justice yet.. but I'm getting there (slowly).
[Table] IAmA: I Am guitarist Justin Sandercoe, creator of tuition site justinguitar.com, Ask Me Anything :)
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|Hey Justin! Thank you for all your great teaching! Do you think there is no need to practice scales in thirds as long as you practice the arpeggios out of that scale i.e major pentatonic and major arp. How does a typical solo go for you in terms of notes chosen? Do you particularly think in chords, arps, around notes, licks and melodic lines already in your pocket or all of the above? Which is the easiest way to achieve an "outside sound" without going into complicated scales?||3rds are a great thing to practice - becase chords are built in 3rd, if you practice them until they become instinctive, it helps with good note choice. So yes, 3rds imho are the most important pattern study.|
|If you could revive one guitarist(except Hendrix, who sadly died right before going into a prog phase of innovating electric guitar again), which one would it be?||I try not to think at all when I play. I'm trying to let the subconscious flow and not let thoughts get in the way. When I practice I think abotu whatever it is I'm working on! I think in stages. First be confident with the major and minor pentatonics. Then learn how to use the major scale in all 5 positions. Then add the notes of the major scales to the pentatonics to use them modally. I have a modes course coming soon!|
|How did you begin to play guitar yourself? Was there someone that was inspirational to you or did you do it out of your own interest? Also, do you play anything besides guitar?||I played since before I can remember. My parents tell me I used to get excited anytime someone came on TV with a guitar, so they got me one. I remember my Dad taking me to see Tommy Emmanuel which was very inspiring. I play harmonica ok, piano badly and enjoy squeaking on a clarinet that I inherited from an uncle!!|
|Hey justin! I love your site! You are sort of my inspiration because I just started a guitar practice site where you enter how much time you have to practice and it gives you exercises that fill the alotted time. I also plan to run it on donations. I wanted to ask you if you live off the website or have some other profession as well. If your website is your job, could you tell me how long it took you from starting the website to being able to live from it?||I make a living from the web site, all the income streams are small, but when combined I can live pretty well. Took maybe 5 years before I could stop doing private lessons and work mostly on the web site and my own projects.|
|Hey Justin! I love your site and all that jazz. You seem like a cool guy too. I've been playing for about 10 months, and I think I'm decent for how recently I started. However, I still don't feel like a real musician. I feel like a technician, if you know what I mean. I can learn a song and play it back perfectly. I can even figure some stuff out by ear now (thanks to your stress on the importance of ear-training), but I still don't have the feel that a real musician has. I can't express myself as I want. I think what makes a real musician is the ability to just play anything that comes into your head, and not bother with scales, licks, etc... Just play from the heart. Can this be learned over time, or do you think it's something that is either in someone or not? When did you notice for the first time that you were not just a "technician" anymore, but rather a true musician?||You seem like you got a whole lot of vibe - just keep doing it and the magic will come!!|
|Where do you see your website going in a few years from now?||I'd love to take a year out and work on my piano playing but I don't see that happening any time soon... I answered the hobbies question earlier!|
|Hi Justin, in two sentences please can you motivate me to pick-up my guitar again and actually learn to play it?||Playing well will get you laid more. well that is what you wanted to hear right?? :)|
|I noticed you tweeted about the Dirac Delta function yesterday. Have you studied math?||I did advanced math at college, but I dropped out, but I only know about the Dirac Delta function cos I started writing a song with that title... the infinite spike of love in a sea of false starts... but I didn't understand enough math to make it work in the song, so it went by the by.|
|How to extend my abilities as a guitarist? I can improvise to almost any song using pentatonic, I'm able to play most of the songs I want. What would be my next step?||Maybe you should aim to play ALL the songs you want? or start writing your won material? or listen to wider types of music and discover some new stuff to learn? I have LOADS I have to learn and I doubt learning will ever end, it's just chosing what to do in what order that I find difficult!|
|When are you going to tell reddit about your cats?||I have two stupid adorable cats, Smokey and The Bandit. They are bro and sis and are 8 month old rascals :) pix on facebook.|
|This is the question I wanted to ask, so I'm upvoting to see if it gets answered. Also, what styles of music did you begin with? And what sorts of music do you enjoy now i.e., what's on your iPod?||I started playing mostly blues and rock, Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Status Quo, Chuck Berry then graduated into technical rock like Jeff Beck, Satch, Vai and Eric Johnson and co... and that somehow led me to jazz.|
|Who is our favorite guitarist? Why?||I think you mean my fave guitarist... Jeff Beck, cos he never stops exploring and is the real deal. I think he is probably the greatest guitar player of all time - he taught Hendrix how to do the feedback thing!!!|
|What jobs/hobbies do you have when you aren't playing/teaching guitar?||These days when I'm not doing guitar or writing or web site... I'm riding by motorbike, a BMW R1200 GS. I'm growing veg in my garden at home, so I'm into that too... I'm into Wing Tsun Kung Fu but not been training for 6 months cos I just got too busy, but will be starting again very soon.|
|Who are your favorite new musicians, i.e. what new music is in your playlist/CD player?||New music... tough one... I love Kelli Scarr's last album, Jim Campilongo... mostly I listen to old stuff, Neil Young, Crowded House and Neil Finn, Elliott Smith, Joni, Dylan... folky songwriter kinda stuff...|
|Justin, what is your opinion of grades for guitar from organisations such as Trinity Guildhall for classical/acoustic and Rockschool for electric guitar? Where is it useful to say "I am grade 8 at guitatheory" when looking for guitar-related employment?||I'm not a fan of grade systems in general because they are forced to conform to government "learning outcomes" and there for influenced by bureaucrats who don't know shit about music or guitar. I think Rockschool are the best of them, at least the focus is on playing and they just tag the rubbish on the end. I did rock school grade 8 back in '96 when I studied at Guitar Institute!|
|What compelled you to have a completely free website?||I already made a good living as a guitar player by touring, writing and sessions and music is better shared :) plus I was seeing a lot of people getting bad lessons and poor advice online, and figured I could help with that :) AT the time I started I was teaching at The Guitar Institute and was doing a LOT of private lessons, so I think I figured out some good ways to explain stuff..|
|How are you enjoying Beemer? I was glad to see you went for it. You planning any big trips on it?||Loving the GS, yes :) If I can I want to do a European Teaching Tour this summer, but on the bike!! But just not sure if logistics will work out or not. In a few years i might try the London -> Beijing but it's just a dream at this stage....|
|Justin, if you can divide one hour of practice time up to make it 100% effective, how much time would you allocate to picking techniques; strumming/rhythmic practice; sight reading; backing track practice; music theory?||Yeah - it's the 1 hour workout. It works... and slightly more possible than the Steve Vai 10 hour one ;) http://www.justinguitar.com/en/PC-502-IntermediatePractice.php.|
|What's your typical day, and how many hours do you practice daily?||I try and do at least an hour a day, but in reality some days I do 5 hours, then I'l have 3 or 4 days without touching the guitar! I don't have a typical day really, every day is different, which I really like!|
|Is there a guitar that you don't like? Style and stuff like that.||I'll never own a BC Rich Warlock ;)|
|Quick question on playing modes. If you want to play phyrigian for example over chords in key of C would you basically have a Em vibe with the chords and play the c major scale over it all with a focus on the E note? Or would you change the scale for each chord, each time focusing on the third note of the major scale of the chord you are playing over? Hope that made sense.||Modes happen over a single chord, so you would play E Phrgian over E minor, which would be C Major with a tonal centre of E.|
|What do you play to chill out? Is playing the guitar still something you do to relax, or you do other things to get some rest?||I don't really play to relax... I play a lot cos I love it, but it's not relaxing for me really... I get too into it. To relax I take my bike out, or go for a great meal...|
|As an improviser, how do you keep ideas fresh; how do you keep out of a rut of repeating yourself?||I have as much trouble with this as everyone else - the only solution I find to feeling stale is learning a bunch of new licks and trying to use them. Often that sparks off some new ideas!|
|How to improvise using chords, not only single notes?||You have to know the chords in a key real well, and small chord grips too. Best way to learn it is to transcribe some chord solos by Joe Pass or Wes Montgomery.|
|Hi Justin, great that you're doing this AMA! Same question as Small-Paul, how can I keep myself motivated? I was also wondering if there was any specific band/artist that made you interested in playing guitar? Or did you just randomly decide to try it out? What are some of your favorite artists around these days?||I think I answered these already somewhere...|
|How do you stop your fingers from hurting, if I don't play for a few days they're sore. Can I do anything on rest days?||A little music thoery can be a good thing on rest days. Also picturing the chords in your mind is good practice!!|
|3) Everyone asks if learning many scales and how to use them is essential, but what about chords and chords voicings? Shouldn't that be even more important?||Both are equally important - just depends on what you want to do!|
|Hi Justin. Just thought of another question for you: What guitar(s) do you currently covet?||I have enough guitars, but I do have my eye on a late 60's Gibson 335...|
|1/ It doesn't sound like rock guitar. I've got a pedal which allows me to synth most pedals but honestly have little idea how to use it. Have you considered some tutorials on what ones to use to sound like the guitar gods?||I do plan more lessons on getting sounds, but they might be some way off, so much to do, so little time!!|
|2/ I can't sing along (OK, I also can't sing in tune, but that's over-rated). My problem is that I just can't keep guitar time and synch with singing time. Any advice on that?||I did a whole 1 hour ustream session 2 days ago on singing and playing at the same time - check it out - all will be explained!!|
|Hey Justin I've been watching your videos for a few years and they are just great! I've been wondering if you are planning to do any slide guitar lessons in the future? Maybe in sort of a series like some other styles you've taught?||I love slide, but I'm not good enough to teach it. If I find time to study it myself and get confident enough I'll do some lessons on it!|
|I can read music and play other instruments besides guitar, but never have been any good at reading music (much less sight reading) on guitar. Any tips for making a breakthrough on this?||No secret for reading - just doing it!! I used the Berkee Series of books and lots of classical stuff.|
|Is it enough to try to master the guitar anymore if you're looking to make a living?||Music is in a funny place right now, but I think it's going to evolve into something great!|
|Will people even be interested in real bands given the trends with electronic music and such?||There are some great guys around now like Ed Sheeran who are the real deal... I think the being real and really being able to do IT is coming back into fashion... at last :)|
|Playing with Katie Melua, how did that come about? Do you still keep in touch?||We stayed in touch for a long while, but not seen her in a year now...|
|Do you follow any diets? Eg vegan/vegetarian etc?||Nope, but I don't drink milk or wine, I hate garlic and mushrooms (except magic ones) and thin skinned fruits make my lips tingle, so I avoid them too. But I'm an omnivore!|
|Can you describe how you visualize the fretboard? What are the first things that you see when you look at it (or imagine it in your head, if you're not looking)? What are the main shapes and geometric ideas that you utilize, especially when improvising?||When improvising I don't want to think. If I'm having an off day, I'll be thinking like I'm practicing, but on a good day I won't be thinking about anything other than the sound I'm making! When practicing I see everything around the chord shapes, I try and relate all the notes around the chord shape to the sound they make...|
|My Question: Being that I approach guitar playing as a hobby, what's the best way to balance guitar playing with family and work obligations so that you get the most "bang for the buck" when trying to develop your technique?||And most of all - enjoy the journey, don't let anything stress you about it - do what you love!|
|Hey Justin. Been playing for about 3 years now and have just started trying to play along with backing tracks. However I can't seem to get it. I play the licks that fit the key but it never sounds right. Any advice on how to play a blues solo? Thanks.||Try learning (transcribing) some old Albert King solos, then play along and change the order of the licks. Try and copy the way there are gaps between the words... Have you checked out the Blues Lead Course on my web site??|
|I'll very likely be using your site to learn the guitar together with my six year old daughter. We're starting from scratch, we even need find ourselves guitars we like in the right sizes - although I am sure we both want to learn (a lot). Any special pointers for young children?||I was never any good at teaching real young kids. I guess you have to find some songs she likes... so get a kids songbook?? sorry I can't be more help.|
|Do you think someone can become a great player through your program alone, or do you think formal lessons are required at some point?||A great personal teacher is always going to be a good thing!!|
|Edit: Also, best way to clean grime from the fretboard?||I don't clean my fingerboard either really, except when I change strings I normally give it a little lemon oil and wipe off any gunk!|
|I'm trying to find new ways to add chords to the standard 7 in a key. Can add all the sevenths, change the iii to a major and make the diminished a flattened major. Any other tips to giving more options to a progression?||When I'm writing I try and let my ear lead, so I find a melody note and then try and hear different chords with that melody note. You can think about it too - the melody note E can have any bass note and will function differently each time - could be the 3rd of C, the #5 of Ab7, the 5th of Amin, the #11 of Bb....|
|Hi Justin, I have been following your site for a few months now and I think you provide a fantastic service! I have been having guitar lessons with my teacher for about over a year now and soon I will have to give it up because i'm moving to University soon. What advice would you give to someone who has been having lessons and now going on the road to self teaching?||Make sure you are clear about where you are going and what you are doing X for... question everything you read or see and join the forum where there are many people in the same boat who can give you advice!|
|Are you going to do more rock and metal ''style files''?||Probably rock, but a few other things to do first (transcribing course and modes). I'm not metal enough these days to deliver it convincingly!!|
|So you said most of your money comes from working as a musician and not your website. Any advice on breaking in the business on that end?||No, most of my income these days is web related, or sales of books, dvds and all that. The business is very hard these days, and getting harder. And I got no idea what to suggest for getting into it now... would scare me if I was trying!!|
|My question is, in one of your videos you demonstrate "Nashville" tuning, or "high strung" tuning and mentioned in passing you were playing around with it for use in a song. What ever became of said song?||Might record it again, but I wasn't happy enough with the recording of it to put it on the album. For some reason it just didn't happen right...|
|I'm having a really hard time telling what chord is being played when listening to a song when I'm trying to work one out myself. Do you have any tips on improving this trait?||Listen to the bass first then try and figure if it's major or minor. There is a lesson on this in the transcribing area of the site - try it out... song tips for "listen to the bass" or something like that...|
|Hey really love your site. Very helpful to a somewhat beginner like me. My question is what are your favorite songs or riffs to play. What is it that you play for warming up. Also, what are your favorite guitaamp companies or brand (i.e. Fender, Ibanez, etc.)?||Fav songs to play are probably my own!! For my warm up I usually just play for 10 minutes whatever I feel like, nothing hard, maybe some chords in the looper and just jam on them a bit, but it's very free. I don't have a set warm up. I play only Maton Acoustic Guitars, I have lots of Fenders and Gibsons, lots of amps, current fave amp is a Suhr Badger 30 into a Dr. Z Best cab, but I love old Fender amps too.|
|Love your site, it's helped me so much! Do you feel embarrassed whenever you hear the Star Wars music?||Yes ;)|
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