This lesson covers a bluesy country fusion solo combining the ideas from James Burton and Brent Mason with Stevie Ray Vaughan and John Scofield.
This lesson covers a funky country fusion rhythm and melody combining the styles of Jim Campilongo and John Scofield with a behind the nut bend, tone control swells, octaves, and unique chord voicings.
This lesson covers an easy country guitar solo composed of pentatonic scales, bends, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides.
This lesson covers a slow country waltz solo with hybrid picking, steel guitar bends, hammer-ons, double-stops, an open string pull-off lick, and a behind-the-nut bend.
This lesson covers a hot country solo with bluegrass inspired open string pull-off licks and banjo rolls, as well a bend the nut bend, tuning keys dip, double-stops and much more.
This lesson covers a modern country style open string pull-off riff with double-stop hammer-ons/pull-offs and behind the nut bends.
In this lesson we'll learn some country rhythm guitar techniques, more precisely we are going to take a look at the "Carter Strum".
This lesson explores melodic double-stops through a short song in a country music style. It includes country-style hybrid picking, double-stops, and slides.
This is my first country lesson where you can find hybrid picking, alternate picking, slides and bendings.
Techniques involved: alternate picking, "chicken" picking, use of open strings, bends.
Cool sounding slow-paced country solo in 3/4 time signature
Alternate picking, pull-offs and hammer-ons, hybrid picking, "chicken" picking, bends and double bends, use of open strings, even "fake" steel guitar technique. Hop inside!
This lesson is a fragment of one of my own compositions.
A standard country progression packed full of killer riffs, some great improvisation tips and the theory that ties it all together
In this lesson we will look at many double stops and triplet style licks important to get a chicken picking sound.
Muris shows you some interesting patterns for right hand fingering in this lesson. It's also great memory lesson,to remember when to play which pattern. And now we have pinky in action!