Integrate melodies with your blues rhythm playing with this lesson.
Learn to play to the blues changes in the the key of A, nail the changes and learn to use the melodic minor scale within a blues context and phrasing.
Learn to play advanced sweep picking in triad and 7th chord arpeggios, combining left and right hand tapping and extensions.
If you like modern blues with a modal approach similar to the Robben Ford style then this might be the right lesson for you.
If you're new to tapping, this lesson will show you the basic technique and some common triad shapes in the early style of Randy Rhoads and Eddie Van Halen.
This lesson is about establishing a selection of arpeggios that we can use to superimpose over a minor 7 chord when improvising. There are some cool licks you can use and it will help you make your own.
This is a little introduction to two handed tapping (both hands over fretboard).
In this lesson I have included my TOP 12 favorite gypsy jazz licks that I like to use when I outline the 2-5-1 progression in major. All examples are in C major.
This lesson is for gypsy style lovers. It has a very tasty melody and harmony, which brings you some typical gypsy jazz type chords.
This famous classical piece is a great exercise for your picking and legato technique. Check it out.