Synyster gates dating
Synyster gates dating
That's where even just the most rookie kid, and I truly believe this with all my heart and soul, even the most rookie kid, a rookie player has something to offer if you're willing to listen and creatively apply said knowledge to your craft.
While Gates has staged clinics for fellow guitarists in the past, he's taking things a step further with the help of his father, Brian Haner Sr., who has played with the likes of Frank Zappa, Tower of Power and more, as they launch the Synyster Gates School.So, we had this great perspective, and I think the thing that really worked about the school is that it's hard to know what drives yourself and what you're composed of but, it's very easy to sit and pick another dude apart especially when it's father and son. He's taught me things about myself that absolutely blow my mind. I think it's really cool that the school offers all the way from the very basics of how to hold your pick at the very start up to the most advanced techniques.There's something for every type of player out there.Gates stresses that the new venture is an "online guitar school with a deep emphasis on community." Father and son have helped design the curriculum for players of all experience levels with a wealth of guitar tutorials and interactive playthroughs, and the Avenged Sevenfold axeman expects it to be a more engaging experience with players being able to add their own input to the school as it expands.We had a chance to speak with the guitarist about the Synyster Gates School. I know that you've done clinics before but this is the next step that you're doing here with the Synyster Gates School.' and I feel like, I listen to so much different music and I'm a student of so many genres of music and I feel like it's fun to apply those things and anything super applicable to any type of music. So, long story long, I wanted to create that for the fans, create something that I didn't have when I was growing up pretty much during my formative years, so that was kind of it.
You're getting a chance to do this school with your dad.
Hopefully, kids can monetize off of it immediately and make some money and do some Skype lessons or whatever. But basically the impetus behind that is to get kids to be able to teach each other, instead of just having one teacher.
I mean, I am a product of an amalgamation of different teachers.
People were putting up passion projects left and right and different things they were into but, I felt like the solid system and method of places like Berkeley, Juilliard, curriculum from MI, it really didn't exist.
So, just based on the primary adage of the necessity breeding innovation, it was just like ' Well, what makes me the guitar player that I am?
And the main thing is how do you articulate it to these kids to help them understand it, because there is, inherently, a deficit or a chasm in learning online.