Q:Hi Adam, I am friends with Phillip Greenlief I saw you guys play Duende recently, Putanesca. It was great thanks so much. Your use of smaller chord voicing (not full 4 note) is something I want to work on. Your tone was also killer. Anyway before your head explodes:) I have stupid guitar player question. You played the es-335 that night. I noticed in your site you said you played 11-50 Chromes. Is that always the case on that guitar? Thanks, Berge Thomasian
I’ve been using those Chromes (.011–.050) for the past four or five years. Once in awhile, I’ll string it one gauge heavier (.012–.052), but I keep coming back to the lighter set.
I’ve been blogged.
This just in: Luke Michielsen interviewed me for his blog Sharps, Flats, and Naturals. http://lukemichielsen.com/sharps-flats-and-naturals/
Today is my last full day in Zihua. I’m very sad to be leaving so soon, but then my next musical adventures are in Greece and Cyprus—next week!—so life’s not so tough after all.#ihaveagoodjob
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Q:Not a question, but a congratulations. Been working through your new Rhythm Makeover course on Truefire and am simply blown away. It's has really opened my eyes and ears to the beauty and simplicity of tiny chord chunks and arpeggios. So congrats! You have done an enormous favor to my way of playing (and learning) and I thank you! Jay
What can I say, Jay, but *thanks*! I’m glad you’re getting so much out of the course. That’s what it’s for.
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