Miche Fambro, a dynamic songwriter and performer, delves into the world of acoustic guitar. Instead of focusing on specific techniques, Miche heavily covers meta guitar concepts that can truly facilitate growth as a musician.
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Miche picks up his nylon string guitar and demonstrates his beautiful style of writing songs and unique techniques.
To open his artist series, Miche talks with the JamPlay staff about himself, the music business, and guitar playing in general.
This lesson is the official start to the lesson series with Miche Fambro. In this lesson he introduces himself and talks about the pros and cons of playing left handed.
In this lesson, Miche explains his instrument and how he uses it for percussive sounds.
Miche covers the basics of using your guitar as a percussive instrument.
Miche Fambro talks about proper stretching and hand care. He also demonstrates some valuable left hand exercises.
In this lesson, Miche discusses the picking hand. He explains its importance to rhythm and also covers some basic flamenco techniques.
Miche Fambro explains how dynamics greatly enhance the emotional intensity of a song.
Miche Fambro introduces the G major scale. He also provides further instruction on position playing.
Miche introduces the concept of intervals, one of the core building blocks of music. He also returns to the topic of scales and positions.
In this lesson, Miche Fambro shares several helpful tips on songwriting and creating melodies.
In this lesson, Miche Fambro provides insight into the world of singing, accompanying vocals, and different musical styles.
Miche demonstrates a unique tapping idea that is easier to play than one might think.
Miche discusses music theory and explores its benefits as well as its pitfalls.
Miche Fambro presents another fun, yet simple tapping idea.
Miche Fambro discusses how important composure is when playing live. Proper composure can make the difference between being applauded or laughed off stage.
Miche introduces several new chord concepts that add color and excitement to any progression.
Miche Fambro takes the chord concepts from the previous lesson and applies them to the E and E7 shapes.
Miche Fambro demonstrates a technique that will enable you to play scales within the context of familiar chord shapes.
Miche demonstrates some right hand finger exercises and explains how they can benefit all fingerpickers.
Miche finishes talking about the finger picking exercises he demonstrated in the last lesson and gives some pointers on how these techniques can be used.
Miche Fambro introduces several major triad shapes that can be used to spice up your playing and improvisation.
Miche introduces the minor triad shapes and shows how they can be applied in a musical context.
Miche explains how the triad shapes he taught previously can be expanded into more exotic jazz chords.
Miche demonstrates how you can add flavor and variety to any chord simply by changing up one note.
Miche will demonstrates how changing up the octave of a chord or triad can add variety to a chord progression. He also includes some of the creative note switching techniques from the last lesson.
Miche Fambro will introduce several fretting hand exercises which will increase your flexibility and accuracy.
Miche returns with three amazing picking hand exercises.
Miche talks about triad positions and demonstrates how they relate to scale and arpeggio patterns.
Miche Fambro talks about triad positions and how they relate to the pentatonic patterns.
Miche Fambro shows several interesting variations you can play using the triad positions you have already learned. This lesson is inspired by classical guitar playing.
Miche Fambro introduces the concept of open triads and talks about how they can be used.
Miche explains how to add variety to any song by varying the voicings used in the chord progression.
Miche Fambro demonstrates how the pentatonic scale can be used horizontally on the guitar, instead of the more traditional vertical method.
Miche Talks about how the second interval and how it can be creatively used to enhance your musical prowess.
Miche introduces two fingeripcking exercises that are not only good for beefing up your picking chops, but also for finding exotic new sounds.
Miche returns to the world of fingerstyle exercises and offers up other interesting variations.
Miche introduces several valuable new finger exercises within a common major scale pattern.
Miche shows a few alternate finger exercises for the picking hand that work the muscles in a different fashion.
Miche teaches some one finger exercises which are designed to keep all of your fingers in tip-top shape.
Miche Fambro demonstrates how chord substitutions can be used to spice up a chord progression.
Miche Fambro uses the Am7 chord to demonstrate interesting ways you can improvise in the A Dorian tonality.
In this lesson, Miche demonstrates how powerful arpeggios can be. He begins by demonstrating a sequential pattern within A minor and then moves into D minor.
Miche gives a few valuable tips that can be used to add a Brazillian flavor to a chord progression. He talks about how playing the 5th on the low string of the guitar instead of the root can add a certain flair to a chord progression.
In this lesson, Miche discusses how you can give a chord progression a beautiful Brazilian quality.
Miche takes a short break from teaching guitar to talk about why each generation having their "own" music is a good and healthy thing.
Miche Fambro offers a few choice insights into the world of music and marketing.
In this lesson Miche demonstrates how an acoustic guitar can be turned into a complete percussion instrument.
Miche talks about diminished seventh chords and offers up his insights on how they can be used.
Miche Fambro demonstrates one of his original songs entitled "Ninjas."
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Great perspective on "why you do what you do"
I like Mitch. He's a great teacher and always seems to tell me just what I was both want and was thinking about. Uncanny. He has helped me a lot. Thanks Mitch and I really enjoy you and appreciate your teaching work.
I love this guy
Miche is a great teacher that helps me open my mind to many possibilities with the guitar.