The Captain's Privates
Captain Lee Anderton (of Andertons Music store) and I had a lot of fun making our Rut Buster series but frankly it was hard for him to put to use the amount of stuff that was flying around in that series and while it was fun for many viewers he needed something more tailored and specific!
So he's now coming over to my studio every couple of weeks for a private lesson - we did try doing it live but it was a bit distracting and the audio quality was pants, so you guys get it a little later after I've thrown it into the editor and fixed it up.
I'm hoping this will be helpful for teachers looking for structure and lesson ideas, and beneficial for the many students that enjoy Rut Busters who are at roughly the same place as Lee!
Hope you enjoy it!
Lee's Private Lesson 1
In this first lesson for Lee, we went about some goal setting by getting 3 songs he'd like to learn... they were: Little Wing - Hendrix Black Dog - Zeppelin ...
Lee's Private Lesson 2
Second private lesson for Lee... some new scale work and transcribing practice!
Lee's Private Lesson 3
Lee's doing great and we're making progress - hope you are too if you're following along!
Lee's Private Lesson 4
Exploring more about transcribing, 3 note per string scales, blues licks, theory and more!
Lee's Private Lesson 6
Lee's been a bit busy with you all buying stuff from his store - but we got him a solid schedule to hit where he can in the holidays and we'll see him back in a month ...
Lee's Private Lesson 7
Fresh back from LA, a tired Lee is unsuspecting when Justin accidentally drops a Modes bomb on his head :)
Lee's Private Lesson 8
This lesson kicks off with Lee fessing up to not getting into the 'written work' and so we change tack and start on a much more practical approach which I think will s...
Lee's Private Lesson 9
So been a while since I'd seen Lee and so we had some catching up to do... I'm trying to give him more practical stuff that he'll enjoy and mixing it with the things '...
Lee's Private Lesson 10
This week we're just doing some fun stuff - Lee worked well on the Rolling technique and now we look more at the legato patterns - you'll find tabs below and a GP file...