Spice up your rhythm and lead work with these essential tips
Learn a few of the rhythm guitar techniques Jimi would most often employ to spice up his rhythm parts and make them melodic.
Learn some cool ways to create angular single-note arpeggios that are based on root-fifth-octave power chord shapes.
Learn how to craft a lead that will fortify and enhance the primary rhythm part without overshadowing it.
Incorporating dominant seven arpeggios into your improvised lines is a simple way to expand note-choice possibilities.
Learn how to use second intervals in different areas of the fretboard and on different string groups.
In this brand-new Joel Hoekstra lesson, take a look at rhythm guitar and the incorporation and understanding of suspended chords.
Learn how to take a fretboard shape for a given note sequence and “octave mirror” it by “previewing” each note an octave higher.
Learn the technically and melodically rewarding three-notes-per-string approach to playing pentatonics in this lesson.
Last summer, Slash surprised the kids in the Broadway musical School of Rock when he dropped in during a rehearsal to play Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine” and “Paradise City” with them.
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