Long haired Josh teaches Pentatonic Scale

I just love stumbling across these old @JoshFossgreen videos :smile_cat:

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Love the old channel. Lots of gems in there, and some funny videos as well.

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@PamPurrs great timing Pam, just what I was looking for.
Jamie

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Freakin’ hippie.

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Awesome video :joy:
I just realised how much I’m missing the lessons :open_mouth::disappointed:

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Haha, yeah, he’s got that laid back vibe, pre-B2B, said whatever came to mind, probably didn’t care if the whole thing was unrefined, compared to all the attention to detail now - his old stuff is the best and classic!

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It’s also not an “old” channel - he still posts new stuff to it :slight_smile:

It’s just a channel with history.

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The defense rests. :man_judge: :stuck_out_tongue:

Haha yeah, basically. I definitely cared, but very different approach to lesson planning (or lack thereof). The flame is still alive for that teaching style on that channel!

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Ok, I concur, the magic’s still there! I just did this tapping lesson just now, it’s a gem. The notes are sort of similar to the tapping lesson from a long time ago, and I like the sound when the bass is tapped in these 2 octaves, it’s sort of this hypnotic, mellow flowy sound.

Got those first 4 bars, the last part’s tricky though! Good tip on the dynamics so the E and A string sound doesn’t crowd out the higher notes on the thinner strings.

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