Hendrix Rhythm Guitar Lesson and Licks E-mail
Written by Administrator on Sunday, 27 November 2011 21:40   

This lesson is based on the first section of "Bold as Love". We also learn how to use different riffs from each chord and their intervals.


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Lick Technique's E-mail
Written by Administrator on Thursday, 26 May 2011 00:00   

In this video we will learn four different techniques for creating lick's. We will learn how to bend the strings, how to us hammer on's and pull offs, how to use vibrato and how to slide. These are all important techniques for the beginning guitarist who is learning how to improvise and play licks.


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Jimmy Page Lick's and Solo's E-mail
Written by Administrator on Wednesday, 25 May 2011 21:51   

The first solo is from the song "Whole Lotta Love."  Once again Jimmy uses the E minor pentatonic scale with the addition of the flat 5 over two of the licks.  The second solo is from the song "Living Loving Maid." The lick's are taken from the A major pentatonic scale with the exception of the last one which is a strait chromatic run beginning on the ninth fret.


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Jimmy Page Riffs E-mail
Written by Administrator on Tuesday, 24 May 2011 19:32   

The first riff is from the song "Living Loving Maid" by Led Zeppelin.  He uses the A blues scale for the single note run and then plays an A chord to a D chord and then ends on the A chord. This is one of the easier Jimmy Page riffs and is perfect for the intermediate guitarist. The second Riff is from the song "Heartbreaker".  This riff alternates between the A blues scale and the B blues scale.  The third riff is from the song "Ten Years Gone". This riff incorporated a series of diad's (two notes played at the same time) and is in the key of A. The last riff is from the song "Rock and Roll" and is based on a 12 bar blues riff in A.


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Rowan Robertson Licks Lesson E-mail
Written by Administrator on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 17:14   

Rowan"s first lick lesson video covers alternate picking, legato runs, hammering, pulling off and bending.  In the second video he covers various techniques for finger tapping.  Rowan is an amazing player and great teacher. He will take you through each of the lick's step by step and very slowly, so don't be intimidated when you first hear the lick.  He makes it easy for anyone trying to learn these difficult techniques.  Rowan got his start with "Ronnie James Dio" . He played, recorded and toured with Dio to support the " Lock up the Wolves" record.  Rowan has also been in the band's "VAST" , "Am Radio" and  is currently in the band "DC 4".  He is also recording and playing in a soon to be released duo. To check out Rowan click on the links page in the contact tab.


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Dickey Betts and Warren Haynes E-mail
Written by Administrator on Thursday, 28 April 2011 14:19   

The first set of licks is from the Warren Haynes solo on the song "Blue Sky" An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band. It is in G major pentatonic and he throws in the 4th for some of the licks. The next 4 series of licks are from Dickey Betts.  The first is the intro to "Ramblin Man". The second is from the solo. The third is from the solo on the song "Jessica". This is all E major pentatonic and the fourth is also from the "Jessica' solo.


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Jimi Hendrix E-mail
Written by Administrator on Wednesday, 27 April 2011 07:01   

Licks 1, 2 and 3 are from the song "Red House" which is a blues in B. He tunes all the strings down a half step to E♭. To play along with the recording in standard tuning move everything down a half step ( one fret). These licks are mostly B minor pentatonic but there is also some major pentatonic licks as well. Licks 4 and 5 are from the song "hey Joe" and are in E minor pentatonic. Lick 4 throws in the major 3rd to have the lick resolve to the E chord.


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Eric Clapton E-mail
Written by Administrator on Wednesday, 20 April 2011 07:57   

The first and second set of licks are from the song "Crossroads" which is a 12 bar blues in A. He navigates through both major and minor pentatonic ideas in the first set of licks. The second set of licks is at the beginning of the second solo and is predominantly A minor pentatonic at the 17th fret.


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