Back in the 1960s, bands like “The Beatles”, “The Stones”, and “The Who Were all the Rage”. Yep, it was the full-tilt “British Invasion”.
Not only that, practically all the best guitar singers hailed from the UK. Amazingly, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, and Jeff Beck all lived within a
few miles of one another. (They all played for the Yard birds).
Today we have a “Reverse British Invasion” as American rocker Jimmy Dillon is featured in an interview with the UK magazine “Blues Matters”.
I’m personally honored that the headline reads “Jimmy has become famous for his highly-praised tutorial tapes”. I prefer to call them “Instructional DVDs”.
The latest of which is called “Ultimate Acoustic Blues” and is coming out in 11 days. Oct 16th, Wednesday.
You can read the Blues matters interview and see all the other stuff we’ve been releasing in preparation for the highly anticipated release of Ultimate Acoustic Blues.
Check it out:
So, i’m going to send you another killer video tomorrow with what Jimmy calls the sweeter side of the blues. I want to talk about something else for a second, which I haven’t mentioned in a while.
It’s the Guitar Scale System software.
No matter what style you’re interested in playing, its always key to learn the fundamentals like scales. And no matter how advanced you become, you can always learn your scales deeper.
That’s why I’m excited about the GSS software. It kind of automates learning scales across the whole in really deep way.
Your goal with all aspects of guitar playing should be “Unconscious Competence”, meaning that you know stuff so well you don’t even have to think about it — your fingers just automatically do whatever they’re supposed to.
If you haven’t seen this software, please check it out:
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