From rock, thrash, shred, and jazz to blues, country, bluegrass, and even some wack outside lines, you’ll get plenty of kicks from learning these licks.
Marty Friedman bets you can't play this lick.
John Petrucci bets you can't play this alternate picking lick.
On "Red House," you can hear traces of a style that dates back to the very first master of electric blues guitar, T-Bone Walker.
Some of my best ideas for rhythm guitar playing have come from listening to other instruments.
The shuffle feel is the essence of the blues.
The blues can be played with a variety of feels, but the one thing almost all blues progressions have in common is a turnaround.