This lesson covers the Dom 9 chord and the Dom 7#9 chord made famous in rock music by Jimi Hendrix.
This lesson scratches the surface of playing in Drop D tuning.
In this lesson you will learn the technique of palm muting and how to apply it to your playing.
In this lesson we will learn some cool riffs to embellish the Major chord. This is in the style of Jimi Hendrix, SRV, and many bluesy players
In this lesson we will learn some 2 and 3 string sweep picking patterns in the style of Randy Rhoads and other rock guitarists.
This is an introduction to sweep picking technique. The lesson covers the basic concept and uses a common A minor and A major arpeggio fingering as an example to practice.
In this lesson we will learn another sweep friendly arpeggio pattern based on the C CAGED shape chord. We will learn both the major and minor shape.
In this lesson we are going to combine the A and C chord shape arpeggio forms into one exercise. This will help you improve your ability to move from one position to another as you sweep pick through a series of arpeggios.
In this lesson we will study some pentatonic licks in the style of Eric Johnson.
In this lesson we will learn a pedal tone lick from Eric Johnson’s Cliffs Of Dover.
In this lesson we will discover chord tensions using open strings and common chord shapes.
This lesson is an intro to finger tapping technique. Finger tapping is a technique where you use your pick hand to hammer on and pull off notes on the neck. The technique has been made popular by the likes of Eddie Van Halen, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, and many more.
In this lessons we will learn a technique called volume swell.
In this lesson we will learn to extend the major chord with the 9th interval. This Major 9 sound has been used by many from Prince to Pearl Jam,