major scale, minor scale, intervals, timing, basic phrasing, slides, sliding, hammer-on, pull-off by Ben Higgins
Scrubbing / forward / rewind: arrow right, arrow left keys Jump to start: Home or `s` , you can also click/tap the lesson part again (the numbers above player) Go to next part: PageUP or End. ( iOS: swipe right or left over video ) Volume: ArrowUp / ArrowDown keys Go to any part: Number keys (combinations also possible) Pause or play: `k` or space key Fullscreen: `f`, esc to close
This is a lesson for beginners or mid level students. Here I show you how to play a song in the style of Creedence Clearwater Revival, which was an American band, popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The musical style of Creedence combined rock and roll with other genres such as blues, gospel, country and swamp rock. The generic name roots rock, refers to music inspired by the traditional roots of American music. Here I show you an arrangement of his Fortunate Song and his mythical phrase of sixth descendants in the intro.
I play a Fender Telecaster Orange modified Nocaster 51, Mesa Boogie Rectoverb 50, sat channel, SM57 micro.
Standard tuning: E,A,D,G,B,E
-Tempo & Beat:
130pm (Slows 65bpm)
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