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My 5 Favorite Hendrix Licks     Hey everyone, just thought I would do a fun lesson this week featuring my personal 5 favorite Hendrix lead guitar solo licks. I didn’t include main theme riffs like the main riff to Purple Haze or Voodoo Chile, this is just the 5 coolest licks in my opinion[…]

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Solid Rhythm Guitar     This week I want to tackle a bit of rhythm guitar in a reggae style. We will be using 3 string triads (3 note chords) on the DGB and GBE string groups. These chords should be memorized in several keys up and down the neck, take note where the roots[…]

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Guitar Tapping & Pick Harmonics     This week I am answering a couple of readers that wanted to know about how to change fretboard positions while tapping and another wondering how to produce pick harmonics which are also called artificial harmonics. Send in your ideas and I will make some space to cover your[…]

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Hello there, hopefully you have been woodshedding (practicing for all you noobs) those two C major scale fingerings and exercises that went along with them. This week I have a couple of solos I improvised using both of those fingerings that I recorded and wrote down in tab to show you the two scales in[…]

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C major scale pos 2 – ‘jazz’ vs ‘rock’       Hi there, this week I am demonstrating C major scale, 2 fingerings for the scale which come in handy when playing certain styles of music as the title implies. There are 5 positions of major scales but there are also 2 fingerings in[…]

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Learn the fretboard + music theory! Hello and thanks for joining me again! Today I want to discuss learning the natural notes found on the thick E (by now you know the guitar has 2 E strings…I hope) and the A strings of the guitar. There are patterns on the guitar fretboard and we can[…]

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Call And Response Blues (Let’s jam!)     Hey everyone, this lesson I am going to talk about a blues technique known as trading 2s or its more commonly known name, call and response. Now that you have last week’s blues rhythm in A, you can record it and try this technique with some of[…]

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A blues rhythm #1 for guitar Hey everyone, this week it’s time to focus on some rhythm chops so you have something to play all those wonderful licks over that you have been learning from the last 3 lessons. This lesson we are dealing with 4 chords: A7, D9, E9 and F9. The easy part[…]

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