Lovely Ivan - keith's style is so natural and effectve - excellent coverage!
Sounds very good!
thanks for a cool lesson and for adding notes on pedals and setup that helps a lot. Maybe one day, a lesson on how Keith plays in open G with the low E-string taken off the guitar?
very nice ivan!! lovely tele!!
Cool lesson, man! Nice to see someone covering Keith's style here
great rythm in keith´s style, and cool tele!!
Very nice lesson, it would be ecxelent if you cover a similar topic using popular opening tunnings from stones songs
I think this lesson is very nice Cool job man! I sometimes feel sorry that lessons like this will probably not be played as much as they deserve, because they end up in the huge croud of GMC lessons
very simple yet so effective
Sounds just great!
Thanks a lot everybody, glad you like it!
Sounds great Ivan, nice telecaster!
Thanks my friend
Great! Nice guitar!
Thanks my friend
That was good style coverage Ivan, very nice man
Nice, sounds like them. Very good job covering his style, don't think it can be topped.
I'm not sure if you'll still read this, but to refer to kaznie_NL's post: This kind of lesson is for me as an advanced beginner just what I needed, you explain the principles of chords and song structure very nice, the little tips you give about details really helped me a lot. I like about your lessons that treat a topic in many different aspects. So, if one doesn't just try to play, but also understand what he's playing, so he can create his own music, your lessons are among the most heplful on this page! And I'm sure there's lots of people of my playing level who need just this. And last but not least it alway sounds cool :-) Thank you!
In this lesson, we will cover rhythm work in the style of Keith Richards, guitar player of the Rolling Stones.
The lesson is fairly easy one, as we use mostly powerchords, major chords and suspending them for the distinctive "Stones" sound. It should help you with your rhythm work, and enable you to understand in what way you can combine these chords together to form rhythmic patterns on your own.
As far as theory goes, we will concentrate on pauses between the notes, and suspended 4th chords in this lesson.
For this lesson I used Telecasted guitar on the bridge pickup into Amplitube 3, emulating Mesa Mark III combo.
Let's begin! :)