Jamming is a great way to work on your improvisational skills, hone your chops working with other musicians (rather than a metronome or rhythm machine) and build friendships that can get your career in motion.
But anyone who’s ever jammed with other musicians knows the potential for disaster. Bad attitudes, bad playing and a complete disregard for good conduct can turn a friendly jam into a pissing contest and send players running for the door.
In this new video, Sean Daniel and pal Ian Stitch offer three tips to jamming on guitar. They discuss the various points and demonstrate the difference that following their advice can make.
Take a look, and be sure to check out Sean’s YouTube channel for more of his instructional videos.