Thomas Pottage

Thomas Pottage
Hello! I'm a UK based guitar player trying to get more work as a teacher, session player and general guitar monkey. I'm happiest with a guitar on my lap, and music in my ears.

I began playing the guitar at aged 13, fairly late by my heroes standards, but I've barely put it down since. Initially refusing to listen to anything other than Led Zeppelin and Rush, I've expanded my musical horizons with plenty of private study and a degree.

I'm a fan of all different kinds of music from all over the globe and I'm constantly looking for new things to inspire and excite me.

Ever since discovering the guitar guru Ted Greene, I've been completely absorbed in teaching. I want to get everyone as excited about superimposing triads as I am!


Hopefully my lessons will be able to open up new doors for you and your playing. Please let me know what you think!

Tom

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As a guitar player, you may have come across the expression "2-5-1" before. If you're coming from a Jazz, or perhaps even Blues background, this phrase might sound familiar. If, however, you come from a more Rock oriented musical upbringing, this term might sound mysterious or confusing. This article should hopefully give you a decent understanding of what "2-5-1" means and how to incorporate it in your playing.
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