An Intermediate Guitar Lesson You'll Never Forget

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  • ℹ️ Published 1 years ago

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Here's the guitar I'm using, D'angelico Deluxe '59:

If you like what we're throwing down in this video, check out the MasterClass I made on how to solo on guitar with another musician. You won't regret it!

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😎 Sean Daniel

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A little about me:
Sean Daniel is a man. A man of simple needs and desires. And the one desire, no, the one NEED, that stands above all is to spread the challenges, joy and intellectual stimulus of music to people of Earth and beyond.
Born on the mean streets of upper middle class suburban Chicago, Sean learned the ways of the world through the dizzying heights of success to the lonesome depths of failure and emerged with the promise of a better tomorrow reflecting in his eyes and fiery passion in his belly.
He plays and teaches guitar on his YouTube channel where he regularly releases original music and projects to the adulation of legions of fans, who often compare him to Chris Pratt and one time Ryan Reynolds. He’s currently in the market for a nice leather jacket.
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💬 Comments

Not gonna lie, this video sounds like there’s 10 beers sitting behind the camera. This was one of the most easy to understand brilliant videos. Thank you. Love it

Author — @KenithCopeland


That was the most fun I have had on a guitar for ages, this is a great lesson, really does make you feel like you have the freedom to explore the guitar without getting lost. Fantastic stuff.

Author — @rail1505


Sean, thanks for continuing with the theme. One of the key reasons why I value specifically your guitar lesson videos is that most of them take the "let's get a small win" approach, and deal with parts of the fretboard that are easy to understand and manage. You could also combine this lesson with your other lesson, and show where the triads for the main six chords are hiding in the same spot.

Author — @AlexanderDekhtyar


I know chords and scales, at least academically. I think your view of these these things are very good for getting these things in your ear and fingers. Relying on monuments rather than roadmaps is a very good analogy. Thanks for posting this video

Author — @donindri


This is the best lesson you’ve done. I can now connect the modes to the chords and finally start to solo without sounding like the guitar grimoire. Thanks!

Author — @saskfarm


Wow, this is a real great guitar lesson and I’ve had a few in my time but I actually learnt something with this one. Thanks a lot

Author — @omekafalconburn9202


Very helpful video. Seems amazing to me, as long as I have been playing it seems I've never needed to play a root 6 major 7 chord. It took me a little while to get my fingers into that shape. So from this video I got a movable chord shape, a 3 note per string major scale and some great shapes for improvising. All outside of my minor pentatonic rock & blues comfort zone. Thanks

Author — @flbiker57


Wow wasn’t sure what to think as a first time viewer of your channel and you totally won me over! This was a great lesson for me, really got me excited to start improvising. Thank you!

Author — @el0blaino


What a great lesson. Watched you for a while but only recently subscribed, glad I did. Really like your delivery, accessible but challenging for those of us trying to progress. Thanks Sean

Author — @philallan6685


Man mad respect for the D’Angelico. They’ve been getting pretty popular the past few years

Author — @PrisonMike-_-


Great video Sean. After drilling scales and patterns over n over add nauseam, you are helping me to break out and put it all together in a way that is easy to hear and actually use. Thanks!!

Author — @shelliecurry6052


This put a better perspective on finding your way creatively thru the fret board. Knowing the notes helps tremendously but also playing them In your own swag makes it cool and personal. This is a great video and Good analogy. For me I started learning the guitar thru elementary habits, but this video helps me be more creative while understanding certain note riffs and chord sounds, and how they can sound in succession.

Author — @josi2xxx56


Thank you for making this lesson super accessible. You're absolutely right--students, especially on the younger side, have no fun trying to memorize the "road map." Thanks for sharing!!

Author — @modernmusicstudio303


What I really like about this video is that you’re teaching theory without ever mentioning theory. You played G Dorian over the m7 chords and made no reference to modes. Nice work. Very accessible to all types of player, which is what teaching is all about.

Author — @kleptoliapennyfeather6078


Man I've been playing for 20 yrs and finally someone explained what I had learned by instinct thanks for putting into words it's affirming

Author — @thebamabirds8182


i learned that as the Ionian mode and found a rather enjoyable way to use it as medium to blend the major and relative minor scales for soloing in a style thats kind of like Van Morrison and Jerry Garcia

Author — @alexvandyke9048


Best video yet sir. Easy to understand and enjoy. Bravo

Author — @Texean11


You know, if you keep up this level of instruction, I may, one day - with lots of practice - end up playing reasonably well.
Thanks, mate. Cheers from Downundah.

Author — @pahema472


Could be your best lesson yet Sean. Thanks for sharing.

Author — @kenkelly382


Love this guy. I’d buy him a beer anytime. He’s brilliant

Author — @mikey8view