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I had no idea how accessible and patient Greg would be as a teacher, given his mastery of the instrument and stature in the Stick community.
I only wish that I had started taking lessons with him sooner.
The key benefits that I get from my lessons with Greg can be summarized as follows: First off, he has helped me improve my understanding of the physical aspects of playing the Stick.
Concepts such as managing right/left hand independence and using hand motion to play along the strings (as opposed to across the fretboard) were very difficult for me to grasp at first, until Greg explained and demonstrated them.
Others have threatened to post the footage to porn sites or You Tube.
What you may believe to be a highly intimate and private moment may in fact be watched by a room full of strangers.
Free Hands has some surface similarities with standard fretting of strings on bass or guitar, but in my experience there is a broad overall method that is completely different in its movements and necessary skill sets.
My goal is to help you develop the technical skills to play the music you want to play, not to teach you how to "play like me." LOGISTICS Besides and active Skype account or gmail account (both are free, and there is no charge for the video conference function) you'll you need is a high-speed internet connection and a web cam, plus an amp in the room with you.
—Dan Quaroni, Massachussettes Greg is an talented and knowledgeable teacher, but what I found remarkable was how perceptive he is over video chat.
Users of video services, such as Skype, should be aware of a variety of scams that may use footage and images captured without your knowledge, to blackmail you.
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