Bumblefoot is good teacher in my opinion. Easily understood and a unique approach to fretwork. Thanks (insert teacher's real name). Robert
Need to take some lessons, before i can comment. But i will say
He made alot of sence. Looking forward to getting started. Thank you!
absolutely all of the above!! this guy is one of the most interesting, clear presenters of important, highly-curated content I have ever seen!!!
Excellent exercises...40 bpm, what a challenge!
first time I seen Bumble foot was at the randy rhoads tribute in ca. I was very happy to see his playing style and then seen him here boom here i am
Having a legend teaching is groovy.
I like Bumblefoot's approach. He takes us slowly through his exercises and we can play along while listening (or watch and inspire from his technique as he repeats the same patterns).
Rhythm, it seems, gets frequently overlooked. When rhythm is taught it is usually time signatures and note division, essential knowledge for sure. But this is RHYTHM, that thing thing that seems most helpful to FEEL, therefore not easily taught
Ron is just a monster player, looking forward to diving deeper in these lessons!
Thal is a monster and breaks things down and gives you some great tips to making the transition to the next steps in what you're studying.