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  • 6 Standard Rock'n Roll Licks

    by Guido Bungenstock

    6 Great Standard Rock'n Roll Licks to extend your vocabulary

    Tags: A Major, AC/DC, Allman Brothers, Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Repeating Licks, Rock'n Roll
    Difficulty6
  • Yellow Rose of Texas

    by Chris Shofner

    A twangy rendition of an American folk song.

    Tags: Jim Campilongo, Don Rich, James Burton, Western, Traditional Folk, Double stops, Thirds, Elvis Presley, C Major, C Major Pentatonic, Willie Nelson, Hybrid Picking, Mitch Miller, American Folk Song
    Difficulty3
  • Blues Endings

    by Chris Harrington

    Get your fingers around those classic blues ending!

    Tags: blues, blues endings, run downs, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Albert King, Freddie King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Rory Gallagher, A pentatonic minor, A mixolydian, blues turnaround, turnarounds, double stops, blues licks, power chords, A blues, bending, downpicking, hybrid picking
    Difficulty4
  • Double Stop Melody II

    by Chris Shofner

    Melodic ballad using first inversion double stops.

    Tags: john mayer, double-stops, ballad, E major, sixths, hybrid picking, chords, soul, soloing, melodic solo, pop ballad, mateus asato, chords, chord scales, country techniques, spring reverb, tone, horizontal playing, tasty playing, tasty melodies
    Difficulty2
  • Basic Chordal Hendrix

    by Javier Aviles

    Walk the fine line between rhythm and lead, just like Jimi!

    Tags: double stop, soul, chords, riff, A major, chords, hybrid picking, chord progression, John Mayer, voicings, caged, arranging, arrangement, strumming
    Difficulty2
  • Big Bill Bluesy

    by Chris Harrington

    Come with me back to the acoustic roots of the blues with this Big Bill Broonzy inspired piece.

    Tags: blues rhythm, fingerstyle, acoustic, E blues, fingerpicking, dominant chords, dominant triads, blues progression, groove, acoustic blues
    Difficulty5
  • Blues Comping

    by Chris Harrington

    Various famous blues comping ideas used by blues greats everywhere.

    Tags: C blues, double stops, chords, rhythm, blues groove, blues progression, dominant, mixolydian, blues, comping, chords, style, blues licks, bending, phrasing
    Difficulty6
  • Jimi Hendrix Rhythm Style

    by Diego Budicin

    Must-know Hendixisms, with a typical chord progression.

    Tags: E major, E pentatonic major, Rhythms, Chords, Groove, Rock, Ballad, Stevie Ray Vaughan, SRV, John Mayer, arranging, rhythm, comping, hammer on, pull off, picking, chord voicings
    Difficulty4
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Golden Oldies

  • ZZ Top's Blues

    by Lucio Antolini

    This lesson is inspired on Billy Gibbons, a great blues guitar player

    Tags: A Mixolydian, Billy Biggons, blues licks, bends, bending, rhythm, groove, bending, phrasing, blues groove, sixth, pentatonic major, blues scale, A blues
    Difficulty3
  • Jimi Hendrix Style Lesson

    by Jerry Arcidiacono

    As innovative as Jimi was, his style is often a mix between rhythm and solo. This approch is one of his trademarks, and if you want to use your scales as a springboard for rhythmic ideas, this is for you!

    Tags: chordal melodies, D major, double stops, chords, chord progression, arrangement, arranging, soul, caged, rhythmic ideas, strumming
    Difficulty4
  • Jimi Hendrix Style Licks

    by Ivan Milenkovic

    In this lesson we have two main tonalities. The first is based around E blues intro riff, and for that we use good old dorian mode, involving some blue notes required to play some blues licks that Jimi was famous for (he was influenced strongly by the blues).

    Tags: chords, chord embellishments, interval using, Hendrix licks, comping, chord shapes, double stops, chord progression, neo soul, blues influence, strumming, E dorian, E Major
    Difficulty4
  • Interval Series - Tritone with Dom7 Chords

    by Pedja Simovic

    This lesson demonstrates usage of Tritone with Dominant 7th chords.

    Tags: Dominant chords, Tritone, Augmented 4th, Diminished 5th, double stops, harmonic intervals, comping, blues, blues chords
    Difficulty2
  • Double Notes 6ths Lesson

    by David OToole

    Intervals are basically just a way of measuring the distance between notes in a scale. In this lesson, 6ths are used over a blues progression. This is an easy and effecient tool that you can start using today!

    Tags: intervals, double notes, double stops, 6ths, Chords of G7, C add13 and D add13, Blues in G, 12 bars blues, sixths, blues licks, G blues, blues licks, phrases, phrasing, slides
    Difficulty2
  • Country Chops & Double Stops

    by Russell Cash

    In this lesson we will look at many double stops and triplet style licks important to get a chicken picking sound.

    Tags: A blues, A mixolydian, Chicken Picking, Country Guitar, Triplets, Brent Mason, hybrid picking, open strings, A major pentatonic
    Difficulty6
  • Wes Montgomery Style Jazz

    by Pedja Simovic

    This lesson is about melody. It is played in style of Wes Montgomery using octaves only. Modal harmony, repetition, motive development, rhythmic development and modes are used.

    Tags: thumb, fingerpicking, fingerstyle, octaves, Phrasing, Repetition, Riffs, Motive playing, Playing across the neck, Bending, Legato , Economy picking, Eb minor, Aeolian, Harmonic minor modes, Modal interchange harmony, Cliche lines, Diatonic harmony, Double stops
    Difficulty5
  • Double Stops

    by David Wallimann

    Double stops can add a lot to your riffs, let's take a closer look at how to use them!

    Tags: riff, heavy, G minor pentatonic, A minor pentatonic, C minor pentatonic, power chords, riffing, metal rhythm, riff composition, arrangement, arranging
    Difficulty3
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