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Improvisation using E and A mixolydian scale
Part 3 is an easy classical style piece that can be played unaccompanied, with the backing track or with 2 other guitarists.
This lesson features one of my own Fusion style songs. It is a good workout for both rhythm and lead playing and features several different techniques such as hybrid picking and legato.
A study of typical blues licks in various positions on the guitar. Designed to improve the ability to cover the changes using basic but important notes.
In this lesson i want to show you some interesting ideas and concepts to create strong blues phrasing concepts in: major minor pentatonic, m6 pentatonic, feel, bending. Enjoy!
A few nice concepts to spice up the rock soloing vocabulary. Includes: tapping, legato, bending, tapped bendings
Famous song by The Police.
Outside playing is a concept that most modern fusion, jazz and rock guitarists want to get to grips with. This lesson and spoken videos will take you through various concepts and ideas for playing outside chromatic notes.
This is a ballad that incorporates "double bends" or bend in a bend technique. Keeping intonation accurate as much as possible and the bends in tune is the main imperative here.
In this lesson we'll learn to play "Crossroads" solo (an old Robert Johnson tune made famous by Cream) arranged by John Mayer from his album "Battle Studies".