In the following 9 John Mayer
Guitar Lesson 1: Inspiration
Inspirational talk about using the information you’ve learned to land your ideas when inspiration strikes in.
Guitar Lesson 2: Defining Success
If you want to “make it”, you have to define which are your expectations and what’s succeeding.
Guitar Lesson 3: Musicality
Figuring out how to turn the musical information you’ve got into listenable music. Later on, John performs “Stop This Train.”
Guitar Lesson 4: Songwriting
A song needs a background chord progression that’s inherently interesting, without the main melody layer. John plays some examples.
Guitar Lesson 5: Soloing
Dose the intensity of your phrasing to keep the audience wanting a little more of your playing. John improvises in A minor as an example, along with his backup guitarist, Tomo, who also improvises a little.
Guitar Lesson 6: Connecting with the Audience
Avoid playing to show that you’re good, play to connect with people. When you connect with them, you’ll be good.
Guitar Lesson 7: The Songwriting Process
More insight about John Mayer’s songwriting process.
Guitar Lesson 8: Getting Started
How to get started in the music business and market yourself as an artist.
Guitar Lesson 9: Performance
John Mayer performs his songs “Gravity” and “Taking on Water.”
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