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I introduce you to this track here below. C4C as promised in the title!
honestly, a good teacher is personal. one can't get a good idea until they actually try them out and they either click with them or they don't.
personally i would say it's not worth it simply because you can find a lot of his ideas and what not on youtube for free, not full length but still some useful tips. plus, there are SO MANY lessons on yourtube, on this site, on other sites, books, magazines, DVD's, etc...
and also to be honest, i've seen his stuff. you don't really need more than the free stuff on youtube. seriously, don't waste your money. find a good teacher you can play with one on one if you like going that route.
i learned to play by listening and by watching people play. just put on youtube and start looking up stuff. i can't stress enough that there are SO many lessons out there, and a good amount of the ones i've seen have actually given me something i didn't know or maybe didn't think about. when i saw tom's youtube clips, most of what he said i already knew. but i knew for free from watching youtube, magazines, books, DVD's, etc...
a better site i think is justinguitar.com again, lots of free useful stuff, but also more in depth things i think you can pay for. but the free stuff is always useful. he has lessons going all the way to just starting guitar so you kind of have to go through those to find what you want. his personality and attitude are a lot more inviting and friendly i find too, which is a plus.
I just popped a Dimarzio AT-1 and a Liquifire into my Ibanez SZ70. The two work VERY well together. For obvious reasons the Liquifire can really nail the Sfogli and Petrucci kind of tones.
I'm not sure I'd go for an EVO. Too bright and harsh where the AT-1 is anything but. I've got a set of Breed pickups in another guitar, and the Breed neck pup would also go really nicely with the AT-1.
If you want to play an eight, get an eight. I jumped from six to eight. If you're waiting to get better on a six-string... you're going about it the wrong way. You will never stop discovering new things. Get the beast you want to play with.
In my case, that happened to be an eight-string. I find having it in drop E just rounds out the instrument so nicely in every way.
I really like it! Very interesting guitar tone, what kind of gear are you using? Great playing as well, I always like supporting fellow Christian artists, please check out my work. Link below, keep up the good work man.
Interesting. I personally would suggest perhaps leaving more "air" (less playing) around the backing guitar. Silence is as important as the notes played. Seems they somewhat compete with each other. Just my opinion.... it's your tune.
My question came from reading the thread title; How are we to know it is Christian, other than the Jesus pictures? No words equals no "Praise the lord" etc. Other than that, you "nailed' it .... sorry for the jokeish line there.