Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Finger Exercises for the Beginner Guitarist

In this lesson Chris Liepe, JamPlay.com instructor, introduces two valuable finger exercises for the absolute beginner guitarist. Playing guitar can be quite the load on the muscles in your wrist and forearm, but with proper exercise and practice you can start playing pain and fatigue free in no time.

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Learn Fingerstyle Blues Guitar - The Rolling E Blues

Eric Madis, a Blues instructor for JamPlay.com, introduces his new "Fingerstyle Blues and Ragtime" lesson series and teaches how to play a basic version of a Blues tune he calls "The Rolling E Blues." More advanced versions of "The Rolling E Blues" as well as the rest of Eric's Fingerstyle Blues and Ragtime series can be found on JamPlay.com!

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General Mayhem: 707HP Hellcat Engine in a 1968 Charger!

See the very first running, driving vintage muscle car powered by a 707-horsepower, supercharged, 6.2L Hemi engine from a 2015 Dodge SRT Charger Hellcat! The car is the General Mayhem, Roadkill’s 1968 Dodge Charger. In this episode, the Hellcat-powered General Mayhem is built and drag-race tested in preparation for a cutthroat drag race with a reality TV show at the first-ever Roadkill Nights event, where a makeshift drag strip was created in the parking lot of the abandoned Silverdome football stadium in Pontiac, Michigan. More than 10,000 people showed up to watch! And there’s a surprise, as the Mayhem’s younger brother is revealed!

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Beginner Guitar Lessons Online

We try to film, edit and publish about 11 hours of new online guitar teachings every thirty days; an enormous amount of material to keep your playing focused and interests piqued. With new lessons added on a consistent basis, you will not find another company as dedicated to teaching you how to play guitar as JamPlay.

Start your journey in guitar playing with our electric guitar lessons and build a good 
foundation for your playing. Since bad habits can cripple the forward movement of any student, learning from a knowledgable instructor is a must!

This section of JamPlay will teach you the raw basics of playing acustic guitar, including topics such as tuning, posture, finger technique, tabs, scales and many other topics. Whether you are self taught, or never played a guitar before, our classes are catered to your needs as an aspiring musician. Feel free to check out the lesson sets below to see which instructor you enjoy the most. See My Blog!

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Derrick Rose Injured Again, But Don't Worry It's Not His Knee


CHICAGO — Bulls star Derrick Rose will have surgery on his left eye after being elbowed in the face.


The 2011 NBA MVP sustained a left orbital fracture on the first day of practice, the team said Tuesday in a release. He is scheduled for surgery on Wednesday, and a timetable for his return will be determined after the operation.


It's the latest in a long line of injuries for Rose, and the last thing the Bulls needed with a new coach in Fred Hoiberg.


Rose missed all of the 2012-13 season after tearing his left ACL during the first round of the 2012 playoffs, and played only 10 games two years ago after tearing the meniscus in his right knee. He also had a minor procedure on the right knee late last season.


The Bulls return mostly intact after winning 50 games and losing to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference semifinals. The one big change they made was on the sideline, with Hoiberg replacing the defensive-minded Tom Thibodeau.


Management is counting on a new coach to get the most out of an experienced roster. A big component in the team's health — particularly Rose's, although he is not the only injured Bulls player.


Mike Dunleavy Jr. had back surgery Friday and is expected to miss eight to 10 weeks. Taj Gibson is working his way back from left ankle surgery.




As for Rose, it still remains to be seen if he can consistently play at the level propelled the Chicago product from Rookie of the Year to All-Star to MVP in his first three seasons, before the injuries set in.


Rose showed some flashes last season, averaging 17.7 points, and was eyeing big things this year. He came into camp after a summer of training instead of rehab.


"I know I'm great," Rose said Monday during the team's media day. "There's a lot of people that don't know I'm great, that's the thing. But it's cool. I know I can hoop."


Rose also raised some eyebrows Monday when he talked about becoming a free agent, even though he has two years left on his contract. He also said he's focusing on staying in Chicago and taking care of his son.


"Even though we're all right, we're comfortable, when you talk about that x-amount of dollars, I think it raises everyone's eyebrows," Rose said. "So there's nothing wrong with being over-prepared."



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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Beginner Guitar Lessons Online

We consistently film, edit and publish around 11 hours of new online guitar trainings every thirty days; a large amount of material to keep your playing focused and interests piqued. With new lessons added on a consistent basis, you cannot find another company as committed to teaching you how to play guitar as JamPlay.

Begin your journey in guitar playing with our acutsic guitar lessons and create a good 
foundation for your playing. Since bad habits can cripple the advancement of any guitarist, learning from a knowledgable instructor is a must!

This part of JamPlay will teach you the raw basics of playing guitar, including topics such as tuning, posture, finger technique, tabs, scales and many other topics. Whether you are self taught, or never used a guitar before, our classes are catered to your needs as an aspiring musician. Feel free to check out the lesson sets below to see which instructor you feel comfortable with the most. Watch the video below!


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Extreme Sports Star Erik Roner Dies In Skydiving Accident


SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — An extreme sports and MTV star skydiving for the opening ceremony of a golf event in Northern California died when he struck a tree Monday, authorities said.


Placer County Sheriff's Capt. Dennis Walsh said Erik Roner of Tahoe City, California died during a skydiving accident at a golf course in Squaw Valley, California.


Witnesses told deputies Roner, 39, was part of a group conducting a skydiving performance for a golf event, when he hit a tree while trying to land and became entangled high above ground, Walsh said.


Authorities were not able to remove him from the tree and Roner was pronounced dead at the scene.


All the other skydivers landed safely, he said.


Walsh said the investigation is continuing and the Federal Aviation Administration has been notified.



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Roner was known for being part of the Nitro Circus, an MTV show centered around freestyle motocross rider Travis Pastrana and his crew of extreme sports athlete friends. He also hosted TV show "Locals" on sports network Outside Television.


Roy Tuscany, a friend of Roner, who witnessed the accident said it occurred right before a celebrity golf tournament was about to begin Monday morning.


Tuscany said that he watched as two other parachutists landed safely on the golf course's fairway for the 9th hole but then looked on in horror when Roner slammed hard into a tree about 25-30 feet above the ground.


He said Roner's parachute got caught in the tree and Roner dangled there while many on the ground scrambled to find ladders and other means to get to Roner. At one point, several people attempted to stand on one another's shoulder to reach Roner.


"There's no protocol for this kind of rescue," Tuscany said. "There's no manual. It was just horrible."


Tuscany described his friend Roner as "always positive" and a "big supporter" of the local community.



He said Kroner was "hilarious and was a "stand-up guy" who could always be counted on to help out with benefit events like the golf tournament sponsored by the Squaw Valley Institute, a nonprofit organization that describes itself as being "dedicated to presenting enriching and inspirational programs to the Lake Tahoe region."


"We are still trying to process this tragedy," said Rob Faris, senior VP, programming and production at Outside Television. "Our hearts go out to his family."


Outside Television will air "Locals" from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. EDT Tuesday.


Roner's death comes four months after world-famous wingsuit flyer Dean Potter and fellow adventurer Graham Hunt fatally crashed after the pair leaped from Taft Point, 3,500-feet above Yosemite Valley, attempting to clear a V-shaped notch in a ridgeline.


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Associated Press writer Paul Elias contributed to this report.



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