AmpliTube iRig through a Jambox demo

AmpliTube iRig through a Jambox demo – a great, compact and portable rig for vacations, business trips and parties, etc.

For quite a while, I’ve had the AmpliTube app on my iPhone, but had rarely used it because I wasn’t a big fan of using ear-phones. Too hard on the ears because I have a tendency (who doesn’t) to play a little louder because there is nothing like the sound of speakers moving air, a lot of air…
 
Note: As of July 23rd, 2014, tab is no longer free.

If you want to download the tab for this lesson, buy any one of the songs from my album “I’ll Be Back, Back With the Jack!”, email your receipt to guitarlicksandtabs@gmail.com, and I will provide a link to access the tab for that email address.

Buy the entire album for $5 and I’ll include a link for all the tab I’ve written and/or typed for these lessons to date.

Thank you for your support!
Rick


 

Explanation:

For the past 2.5 years and 164K visitors, tens of thousands of people have downloaded my tabs, but fewer than a one-hundred took the time to thank me, much less hit the “donate” button (3 times total), so I decided it was time for a change.

People block ads, and won’t donate or purchase from Amazon links, so I presume I can’t make this worse by saying you can’t have it all for free any longer, as this was doing nothing for me.

I’m sadened by this, but don’t think it matters. People have shown that they want everything for free, and I no longer feel obligated to do it.

One person had the nerve to tell me I should do it for the “love of the music”, and that if he paid everyone he turned to for help playing guitar, he’d “be broke”. Go to a restaurant with that logic, and ask for food, then deny your wait-staff a tip, and ask for the food from the chef because he loves to cook. It’s insanity…it’s wrong.
 


The app comes with, or has available for separate purchase, most any kind of pedal and amp you would want to try, and they are relatively inexpensive to add..a few bucks each.

Hope you enjoyed it.


IK Multimedia AmpliTube iRig Adapter for iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad


Jawbone JAMBOX Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Black Diamond – Retail Packaging


Jawbone JAMBOX Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Red Dot – Retail Packaging


Leo Nocentelli, Funk Using It & Fusing It Program

 

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Cissy Strut – Main riff plus bonus James Brown – On The One – with guitar tablature

Learn a little Funk Guitar – Leo Nocentelli’s “Cissy Strut” – Main riff plus bonus James Brown – “On The One” – with guitar tablature for instructional purposes.

 
Note: As of July 23rd, 2014, tab is no longer free.

If you want to download the tab for this lesson, buy any one of the songs from my album “I’ll Be Back, Back With the Jack!”, email your receipt to guitarlicksandtabs@gmail.com, and I will provide a link to access the tab for that email address.

Buy the entire album for $5 and I’ll include a link for all the tab I’ve written and/or typed for these lessons to date.

Thank you for your support!
Rick


 

Explanation:

For the past 2.5 years and 164K visitors, tens of thousands of people have downloaded my tabs, but fewer than a one-hundred took the time to thank me, much less hit the “donate” button (3 times total), so I decided it was time for a change.

People block ads, and won’t donate or purchase from Amazon links, so I presume I can’t make this worse by saying you can’t have it all for free any longer, as this was doing nothing for me.

I’m sadened by this, but don’t think it matters. People have shown that they want everything for free, and I no longer feel obligated to do it.

One person had the nerve to tell me I should do it for the “love of the music”, and that if he paid everyone he turned to for help playing guitar, he’d “be broke”. Go to a restaurant with that logic, and ask for food, then deny your wait-staff a tip, and ask for the food from the chef because he loves to cook. It’s insanity…it’s wrong.
 


Leo Nocentelli, Funk Using It & Fusing It Program


The Funkmasters-the Great James Brown Rhythm Sections

The Beatles – One After 909 – solo – guitar lesson includes tablature

The BeatlesOne After 909 sologuitar lesson (no lecture – just show you how to play it) and provide the guitar tablature for instructional purposes.

 
Note: As of July 23rd, 2014, tab is no longer free.

If you want to download the tab for this lesson, buy any one of the songs from my album “I’ll Be Back, Back With the Jack!”, email your receipt to guitarlicksandtabs@gmail.com, and I will provide a link to access the tab for that email address.

Buy the entire album for $5 and I’ll include a link for all the tab I’ve written and/or typed for these lessons to date.

Thank you for your support!
Rick


 

Explanation:

For the past 2.5 years and 164K visitors, tens of thousands of people have downloaded my tabs, but fewer than a one-hundred took the time to thank me, much less hit the “donate” button (3 times total), so I decided it was time for a change.

People block ads, and won’t donate or purchase from Amazon links, so I presume I can’t make this worse by saying you can’t have it all for free any longer, as this was doing nothing for me.

I’m sadened by this, but don’t think it matters. People have shown that they want everything for free, and I no longer feel obligated to do it.

One person had the nerve to tell me I should do it for the “love of the music”, and that if he paid everyone he turned to for help playing guitar, he’d “be broke”. Go to a restaurant with that logic, and ask for food, then deny your wait-staff a tip, and ask for the food from the chef because he loves to cook. It’s insanity…it’s wrong.
 


The “19’s” shown in the 13th and 14th measures, are actually performed by holding the “17b19″ bend shown in the 13th measure, then releasing it as shown:

 


Snark SN-1 Tuner