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LeonWhite

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From Steve:
"I just posted to YouTube my first lesson with the one and only Ted Greene, never before issued! This was my first meeting with this master musician at his apartment in Encino, CA. We discuss George Van Eps, Lenny Breau, Johnny Smith, cross rhythms, bringing out lower harmonics in chords, Chord Chemistry, and much more in this part 1 of 4.
Other parts will be posted as soon as I can convert them!
Please subscribe to my YouTube page so you won't miss my postings of the 3 remaining parts.
Though it's audio only, I think that there are some gems here certainly worth the time listening. You'll learn a lot, I know I did. And I'm still working on some of these concepts some 22 years later!"

    youtu.be/3lNtb6QgmBw

From Leon:
Steve is a very accomplished player.  Check out all his stuff starting with this new lesson.
PaulV

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This is a great lesson with Ted and Steve.
Be sure to check out Steve's YouTube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_JMJRD6b0UYEVcCIhdR-rQ?view_as=subscriber

and his own site:
http://www.steveherberman.com/

And you can read what Steve wrote about Ted in the "Ted Greene Archives" here:
https://tedgreenearchive.wordpress.com/links/teds-students-to-take-note-of/meet-steve-herberman/

Enjoy!


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Steve just posted part 2 of this 4-part series. 
Great stuff....check it out:
  youtu.be/mK2BxjM_epc

And please support Steve by subscribing to his YouTube page.

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Incredible !

......  thank you so very much !
PaulV

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Okay guys, Steve just posted part 3 of this recording.

    youtu.be/6xPpd47pBZI 

He wrote about it:
"Ted continues his discussion/demonstration of American and European guitar styles for chord/melody improvisation.
Topics (in order) on this audio lesson are:
   Ted's amazing Baroque-style playing,
   "bouncy" playing Chet Atkins style (stride and ragtime), 
   finding and nurturing one's own voice,
   playing for the audience,
   Ted's love of sustained sounds and delayed entrances,
   being yourself,
   Lenny Breau,
   Chord Chemistry's chord reference charts and his voicing system,
   Gretsch 7 string,
   Ed Bickert's Tele,
   vacancy in Ted's building!,
   Beauty and Groove,
   Pseudo-Latin style and New Orleans style,
   Gospel 3 and Doo-Wop 3.

Wow....


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Okay, here is the final portion of this 4-part recording:

     youtu.be/svmFkzwzPWQ

Steve gives us a breakdown of topics discussed in this last segment:
   Arranging techniques including keys and feels,
   Beatles tunes "And I Love Her" and "Ticket To Ride,"
   Shuffles, marches, different types of waltzes,
   Tumbao bass,
   Folk fingerpicking,
   Bo Didley beat,
   New Orleans grooves,
   Lenny Breau’s practicing
   and George Van Eps!

Enjoy!!

A million thanks to Steve for sharing this recording with us!!![thumb]


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