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Reggae Rhythm Guitar Lesson - How to Play Reggae on Guitar with Steve Golding
 
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Reggae Rhythm Guitar Lesson - How to Play Reggae on Guitar with Steve Golding Get More Great Lessons - Subscribe ➜ https://goo.gl/c85K6t ★★CLICK "SHOW MORE"★★ Reggae chord variations ➜ https://goo.gl/o4eg5J Reggae rhythm guitar tipsT ➜ https://goo.gl/UpBg6z Learn to play Stir It UpT ➜ https://goo.gl/tQS8KM Share this video ➜ https://youtu.be/-y9VqtWzUf0 In today´s lesson, we would like to introduce to you to a guitar legend called Steve Golding. He has played with Peter Tosh and Bob Marley, so he knows a lot about reggae guitar!... Ok, hope this helps and don´t forget to come up with your own ideas, which is the best advice for starting to find `your´ unique sound and style. That is all for today... Also I suggest that you keep enjoying and learning from all the staff at Guitarcontrol.com! ★Get more lessons here ➜ https://goo.gl/XRfHjo This Guitar Control video is about reggae rhythm guitar lesson, how to play reggae on guitar, and reggae guitar rhythms
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Eric Gales Guitar Lesson - Learn Eric Gales Guitar Secrets
 
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Get Eric Gales Guitar Secrets DVDs here: http://bit.ly/2erW5f1 Get more Eric Gales blues guitar lessons here - https://goo.gl/buPQIj
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Eric Gales Secrets - Embellishing Guitar Riffs
 
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Eric Gales Secrets - Embellishing Guitar Riffs Get Eric Gales blues guitar lessons here: https://goo.gl/l2M7Jn Get Eric Gales Guitar Secrets DVDs here: http://bit.ly/2erW5f1
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Reggae Guitar Lesson - Rhythm Guitar Tips and Chord Progressions with Steve Golding
 
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http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube?v=szD-obQYy9E Click on the link above to get access to tons of free guitar lessons! GO! In today´s lesson, guitar legend Steve Golding, who has played with Peter Tosh and Bob Marley (among others), is going to show you some cool chord progressions tips in a reggae music context. Of course, another killer clip from the upcoming Reggae Roots Guitar Secrets...Get ready, because this awesome DVD comes out in 1 short week! May 29th , 3 PM EST :) Ok, hope this helps and don´t forget to come up with your own ideas, which is the best advice for starting to find `your´ unique sound and style. That is all for today... Also I suggest that you keep enjoying and learning from all the staff at Guitarcontrol.com!
Views: 197102 Guitar Control
Creating Your Own Hot Licks - Eric Gales Guitar Lesson
 
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Creating Your Own Hot Licks - Eric Gales Guitar Lesson Get Eric Gales blues guitar lessons here https://goo.gl/svxls8 Get Eric Gales Guitar Secrets DVDs here: http://bit.ly/2erW5f1
Views: 37608 Guitar Control
Learn How to Connect Pentatonic Scale Shapes - Lead Guitar Lesson on Pentatonic Licks
 
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Classical Guitar Secrets - Romanza
 
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Classical Guitar Secrets - Romanza Get More Great Lessons - Subscribe ➜ https://goo.gl/iJoDcZ http://www.classicalguitarsecrets.com/main.php ★★CLICK "SHOW MORE"★★ Minuet by Bach ➜ https://goo.gl/cFa6p1 Learn Romanza on guitar ➜ https://goo.gl/q9zG8X Play Joy of Man's Desiring ➜ https://goo.gl/yTuKE7 Share this video ➜ https://youtu.be/i2AfjcmRow4 Here's a great classical guitar lesson with Lily Afshar that teaches you how to play Romanza on guitar and shows you classical guitar techniques you can use to play classical guitar. Learn to play this great classical guitar song in this classical guitar how to from Guitar Control. ★Get FREE tabs for this guitar lesson ➜https://goo.gl/aUSXl3 This Guitar Control video is about classical guitar secrets, how to play Romanza, and classical guitar technique
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How to Play Thank You by Led Zeppelin On Guitar - Beginner Led Zeppelin Acoustic Guitar Lesson
 
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http://bit.ly/2aN3DYL - How to Play Thank You by Led Zeppelin On Guitar - Beginner Led Zeppelin Acoustic Guitar Lesson This is an awesome guitar lesson for a couple of reasons. The lesson itself focuses on picking arpeggios. Rather than just talk about picking the notes of a chord, Mike chooses to show you a real world example where picking arpeggios is used to create some beautiful music. That brings us to the second reason this lesson is so cool. Mike teaches you how to play Thank You by Led Zeppelin on guitar. How cool is that? You get to learn an excellent, highly useful guitar technique and you get to see it put to use in a real world setting. It doesn’t get better than that. Thank You by Led Zeppelin is a many textured song that begins with the picked arpeggios you’ll learn how to play in this Guitar Control lesson and goes through some electric riffing and some variations in tempo and musical texture. It’s a very cool song, pretty in places and aggressive in others. In this lesson you learn how to play Thank You by Led Zeppelin on guitar in an easy acoustic guitar lesson that’s really suited to the arpeggios in the opening. It’s an excellent way to learn your chords and build your skills playing around them. You can use this lesson to learn the Led Zeppelin Thank You chords or as a Led Zeppelin Thank You acoustic guitar lesson. It’s a great Jimmy Page lesson and a beginner acoustic guitar lesson too. The killer thing about learning how to play Thank You by Led Zeppelin on guitar is that it’s a beautiful piece of music that isn’t all that complicated, yet it sounds impressive once you’ve gotten down the timing and you can pick the arpeggios cleanly. This led Zeppelin Thank You guitar lesson is a really good way to introduce yourself to the playing style of Jimmy Page and to the range of musical textures the mighty Led Zeppelin employs in their music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYt6k-a7h6I
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Ultimate 80s Metal Guitar Scales - Easy Lead Guitar Lesson on Scales
 
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Click in the link below to GET the Tabs! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=JS31amuBQzk&gl=582825833 If you’re familiar with 80s metal, you’ll recognize the scale in this video lesson. It’s the natural A minor scale and has been used by bands such as Poison, Dokken, and Metallica. The notes of the scale are A-B-C-D-E-F-G-A. This scale is demonstrated here in two different ways, but since the notes are the same, you can combine the patterns as needed. The instructor also show you a classic metal rhythm pattern that utilizes open string patterns and power chords. You might want to record these patterns as a backing track to play the A minor metal scale lesson over. By applying this A minor scale to the backing pattern demonstrated, you’ll quickly recognize the sound of many of your favorite classic metal songs from the 80s. Take a look at the demonstration here and listen to the notes that give the scale it’s sound. If you really want to add some authenticity to it, the instructor suggests adding some of those effects that helped define the sound of 80s metal. Starting with a demonstration of the two patterns, the instructor walks you through the scale patterns then shows you how to combine them to create some classic metal licks using the A minor scale. This is an extremely cool sounding scale that can can easily be played in other keys by shifting the position up and down the neck of the guitar. Try playing it in different keys to hear how the variation in tonality can change the overall effect. This is a metal lesson using an A minor metal scale pattern that demonstrates classic metal is still alive and well. All you have to do is have the desire to play it and the scales to make it happen. Pick up your guitar and give it a try. See how easy it is to sound like your favorite hair band.
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Deep Purple Guitar Lesson: How to play Pictures of home on Guitar - Rock Blues Guitar Riff
 
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Deep Purple Guitar Lesson: How to play Pictures of home on Guitar - Rock Blues Guitar Riff Get tabs here https://goo.gl/YCtHju Deep Purple can easily be considered one of the founding father of heavy metal. They’ve gone through countless lineup changes, including guitarists and vocalists, but through it all their music has remained vibrant and full of driving energy, killer licks, and heavy riffs, many of which have gone down in the annals of rock history. With their pre-heavy metal crunch intact, you may forget that there are a lot of blues influences at play with Deep Purple. This Deep Purple Pictures of Home features one of those hard driving riffs that shows off its blues roots. The riff from Deep Purple Pictures of Home is an astounding riff that’s extremely easy to play. The Deep Purple main guitarist was Ritchie Blackmore, whose guitar playing is legendary in the world of rock, whether he’s solo, in Deep Purple, or working with Rainbow. His work on this song is incredible. Even Yngwie Malmsteen and Black Label Society covered the song. It’s not a difficult riff to learn at all. In fact, this is a simple easy guitar riff that beginners can learn. You can follow along with the Deep Purple tabs that go with the lesson and see the riff in the Pictures of Home guitar tabs. If you’re a new guitar player looking for a killer Deep Purple riff to learn or just want to find some easy guitar riffs to learn, this Deep Purple Pictures of Home guitar lesson is perfect for you. This is a classic guitar riff by one of the classic guitar bands in history. The Pictures of Home chords are basic chords you probably already know. The guitar riff for Pictures of Home is a driving riff that isn’t hard to learn. It’s fun to play and ideal for a beginner who wants to learn to play Deep Purple on guitar. Grab your guitar and learn to play this easy guitar riff from the band that brought you the ultimate guitar riff Smoke on the Water. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLOCghZ2dwo
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Sequencing The Pentatonic Scale - Learn How to Sequence Your Pentatonic Scales
 
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Derryl Gabel discusses the 3-1-3 Concept - Pentatonics
 
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Cool Tips to Get a Better Alternate Picking Technique on Guitar - Guitar Lesson on Alternate Picking
 
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Reggae Guitar Lesson - Chord Variations by Guitar Legend Steve Golding (Bob Marley/Peter Tosh)
 
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Reggae Guitar Lesson - Chord Variations by Guitar Legend Steve Golding (Bob Marley/Peter Tosh) Get the tabs here https://goo.gl/tHddJW Reggae is a form of music that grew out of Jamaican culture and eventually found its way into mainstream. Performers like Bob Marley and Peter Tosh have made reggae a popular music with the masses. In this Guitar Control free online lesson, legendary reggae guitarist Steve Golding, who has played with both Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, takes you behind some of the simple chord structures of reggae and shows you how to play reggae on guitar with a lesson that puts the focus on bringing some chord variations to the table. You can use Bob Marley guitar chords or Bob Marley guitar chord variations, chords used by Peter Tosh, or reggae chords common to reggae chord progressions for this lesson. Learning how to play reggae on guitar involves learning chords and chord rhythms. A lot of reggae guitar songs use very simple chords and slightly off beat rhythm patterns. To freshen up those simple chord progressions, you can play some chord variations. The D chord variations guitar chords in this lesson are examples of how you can play chord variations. The concepts used in this Guitar Control free Youtube guitar lesson can be used to create variations of any chord. Whether it’s a Bob Marley chord or any other chord, there are variations of the chord you can learn. You can learn how to play reggae on guitar without learning chord variations, but the chord variations are a way of changing things up and bringing some new sounds and approaches to the same old chords. You can actually play chord variations on any song. Learning to play the same chord in different positions on the neck of the guitar opens up a greater range of possibilities. This is a cool reggae guitar lesson for beginners that shows you reggae guitar chord progressions and teaches you how to play those same reggae progressions in different ways. Legendary reggae guitarist Steve Golding takes you through the step by step process of putting variations on chords. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGKgA1apNiw
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How to Build Speed Playing Pentatonic Scales - Lead Guitar Lesson on Pentatonic Scales
 
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Click in the link below to GET the Tabs! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=i-3pYqZOxfw&gl=582827399 The pentatonic scale is used in genres of music ranging from country to rock and just about everything in between. It’s a five note scale derived from major and minor scales. These scales are not only primary in many musical genres, they are an excellent way to learn the neck of your instrument and to learn improvisational skills using this basic scale shape. Pentatonic scales lesson plans are an effective way to develop speed and dexterity on your instrument. There are both major and minor pentatonic scales (derived from the major and minor scales), and a lesson utilizing each of these scale shapes can be beneficial. One of the best approaches to using pentatonic scales lesson plans is to not only play the scales, but to apply them in various positions along the neck of the guitar. Practicing scales alone may not be enough. You need to apply the notes of the scale in real-world settings to create functional licks and riffs built from the scales. Start at a pace you can manage and gradually increase your speed until you find you can play fluidly and quickly. The great thing about playing pentatonic scale, or any other scale for that matter, is that you can play them in a linear fashion, ascending or descending, or you can use them to create your own licks and riffs. This not only further strengthens your fingers and your speed, it opens the door to getting your creative juices flowing as well. A regular practice schedule that includes pentatonic scales lesson plans will help you learn how to get the most out of your pentatonic licks and can set the stage for learning other scales. The approaches in this video lesson show you several different ways to utilize the pentatonic scale to develop not only your speed, but to help you create a road map you can use as to help you learn and to fuel your creativity.
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Killer Southern Rock Groove and Delta Blues Licks Guitar Lesson with Jonathon `Boogie´ Long
 
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Easily go to the next level of blues guitar skills and beyond by learning the 7 quintessential core blues styles. Improve your rhythm, lead, improvising, songwriting, and performance chops. You'll get some deep in the trenches blues knowledge from the man Guitar Center calls 'The King of the Blues'. Here´s a fragment of Jonathan´s killer Blues DVD called: Boogie Blues Magic http://www.boogiebluesmagic.com/ That is all for today... Also we suggest that you keep enjoying and learning from Jonathon Boogie Long and all the staff of Guitarcontrol.com! To have access to hundreds of free Tabs, go to: http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=TgxNqVBow4w&gl=582822292
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6 Guitar Tips for Beginners - Basic Tips for Someone Just Starting on Guitar
 
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6 Guitar Tips for Beginners - Basic Tips for Someone Just Starting on Guitar Get lots more lessons here https://goo.gl/1RxpQO There are a lot of ways to learn how to play guitar. Beginning guitar lessons cover everything from chords and strumming to guitar scales and how to play licks. Those are just some of the things you can learn that have to do with making music. There are other things to think about, even before making music. For instance, how about choosing a guitar, how to hold a guitar, how to use a metronome to work on timing? These are all great concepts that every beginning guitar player should know. In this easy guitar lesson for beginners, Robert Baker gives you tips and talks about some basic concepts for beginner guitar players. These 6 tips for beginners will help you get started playing guitar. These are awesome tips for beginning guitar players that you can use right away. These 6 guitar tips for beginners are basic tips for guitar players who are just starting out and have a lot of questions. These are ideal for getting a beginning guitar player started. Robert gives you advice for playing guitar that you can use right away to make getting started on the guitar easy. Guitar Control has a lot of easy guitar lessons that can show you how to play guitar chords, how to play scales on guitar, and how to play easy songs on guitar. These beginner guitar tips can help ease you into guitar lessons that are more advanced and complex as you get better playing guitar. These 6 guitar tips for beginners are awesome. They address the common topics that beginning guitar players might want to know about. These are concepts that often get overlooked. They are important concepts and will help make it easy for someone just starting out on guitar to get better acclimated to the instrument so that getting started is easier. The beginner guitar tips are presented clearly and concisely and will answer some of those important beginning guitar concepts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cic1Sdtf-c
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How to Harmonize Guitar Solos - Tips to Harmonize your Guitar Licks
 
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http://bit.ly/28V453k - How to Harmonize Guitar Solos - Tips to Harmonize your Guitar Licks The twin guitar attack of some of the best metal and rocks bands is so popular because the sound of two guitars harmonizing, or playing the same lick a third or fifth apart, just sounds fuller and much cooler. You don’t need another guitar player around to harmonize your solos and licks. Here Robert shows you how to harmonize guitar solos on your own, using a couple of tips to harmonize your guitar licks whenever the spirit moves you. The cool thing is you really don’t need to know a lot of theory to accomplish this. First RObert plays a neat little harmonized lick for you. Listen to how full it sounds. He breaks down the way you can locate the notes you need, and once you understand the pattern within the scale from which you’ll be grabbing your notes, you can harmonize your guitar parts in any key using the same pattern. Robert reinforces the importance of knowing your scale patterns for this particular technique. You can learn how to harmonize guitar solos strictly by ear, and as Robert says, eventually you’ll find the notes, but why work that hard at it. This pattern is guaranteed to give you the ability to harmonize off the cuff, with the knowledge that the notes you are playing go together. There’s a little more than just learning how to harmonize guitar solos here as well. Since you’re playing two notes throughout an entire solo or lick, you’re going to be learning a little more about control and coordination, both of which are pretty important elements of playing your own harmonies. This is a perfect way to not only add some meat to your licks when you’re playing alone, it’s an excellent way to challenge yourself to learn the neck of the guitar and to be able to improvise some really cool harmony on the spot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5OofKgVvx0
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Acoustic Blues Guitar Lesson - Jimmy Dillon's Acoustic Blues
 
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Acoustic Blues Guitar Lesson - Jimmy Dillon's Acoustic Blues Get FREE lessons here https://goo.gl/xZoRwi Blues acoustic lessons are a great way to get into the blues. As Jimmy Dillon explains in this online blues guitar lesson, he gets most of his requests for lesson on acoustic blues guitar. That’s because acoustic blues guitar lessons are a great way to really explore the blues. In this Guitar Control acoustic blues lesson, Jimmy examines blues from the early traditional years and takes it through to modern times, giving you a look at some great blues techniques on acoustic guitar that you can use to learn to play the blues on acoustic guitar right away. Blues acoustic guitar lessons like this Jimmy Dillon blues guitar lesson are like gold. You get to learn blues techniques of the masters through a guitar player who himself is a legendary blues guitar player and blues enthusiast. The cool thing about the lesson is how Jimmy shares these techniques with you like you’re hanging out with him in his living room. That’s the great thing about video blues guitar lessons. You can’t get this stuff out of a book. Jimmy shares some John Lee Hooker style with you, some Muddy Waters, and some other styles and techniques of the great blues players. You can learn these techniques right from this blues lesson acoustic guitar style. Check out the John Lee Hooker tabs and watch Jimmy show you some John Lee Hooker style blues playing. Learn about improvising and playing blues chords and using blues techniques that will help you become a better acoustic blues guitar player right away. Blues acoustic guitar lessons are so worth your time, and this blues acoustic lesson shows you lots of great tips, tricks, and ideas for playing acoustic blues that you can use immediately. This lesson on the blues guitar is cool for beginners and more advanced players alike, so grab your guitar and let Jimmy Dillon take you on a blues journey you’re not going to want to miss. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SQp4w8cv8o
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Eric Gales Plays Awesome Santana Tune
 
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Eric Gales teaches blues riff ( plus inspirational advice)
 
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Eric Gales teaches blues riff ( plus inspirational advice) Get Eric Gales blues guitar lessons here https://goo.gl/XXDyiN Get Eric Gales Guitar Secrets DVDs here: http://bit.ly/2erW5f1
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Boogie Blues Solo + Guitar Lesson with Jonathon `Boogie´ Long - Rock Blues Guitar Licks
 
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Click in the link below to GET tons of free guitar lessons: http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=RcJurebbIpk&gl=582822146 Do you like blues guitar? If you do, you should check out this guy´s playing! His name is Jonathon `Boogie´ Long and his one of nowaday´s blues rising stars. Right now, He is on tour with BB king and of course he shot some cool DVDs for us! So you guys can take a look here: http://www.boogiebluesmagic.com/ Alright, in this lesson Jonathon plays a killer solo over a rhyhtm & blues backing track. Then he teaches you some of his signature blues guitar licks! Hope you like this blues guitar lesson Enjoy!
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Sweet and Fancy Acoustic Blues Chords - Steely Dan style blues
 
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Sweet and Fancy Acoustic Blues Chords - Steely Dan style blues Get tabs here https://goo.gl/tnnYtG Steely Dan is known for some sophisticated rock with a lot of jazz and blues elements. Songs like Steely Dan Deacon Blues, Reelin’ in the Years, Rikki Don’t Lose That Number, FM, Josie, and Pretzel Logic really defy categorization. Pop, blues, jazz, and funk all play big parts in the classic Steely Dan song, and a lot of it comes down to the Steely Dan chords. In the Jimmy Dillon blues lesson, renowned guitarist Jimmy Dillon takes a look at Steely Dan guitar chords and shows you how to play Pretzel Logic by Steely Dan. Steely Dan Deacon Blues chords and the chords used in other Steely Dan songs are like the chords in the Pretzel song in that they are more sophisticated chord types in a lot of instances. This acoustic arrangement of Pretzel Logic Steely Dan guitar chords uses some altered basic chords that really fall outside the box of what you’re used to hearing. If you understand basic chord fingerings, you won’t have trouble playing some of these chords if you work with them. What’s really cool is the changing notes in these basic chords presents an entirely different chord progression than you expect. It’s the bass notes that really make this Steely Dan blues sounding great. You could play Steely Dan Deacon Blues and learn the Steely Dan Deacon Blues chords, then try this same technique on that song too. The Steely Dan guitar chords in this song and the technique they use for making them so outstanding is a technique used in a lot of Steely Dan songs. Be sure to use the fingerpicking method while you play this one. It’s a great way to practice that while you’re learning these Steely Dan chords. Follow along with the Steely Dan guitar tabs while you work your way through this killer Jimmy Dillon acoustic blues guitar lesson and learn how to play Steely Dan on guitar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqxRjotL65c
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Jimi Hendrix Blues Guitar Lesson - How to Play Up From The Skies by Hendrix [Beginner Friendly]
 
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Jimi Hendrix Blues Guitar Lesson - How to Play Up From The Skies by Hendrix [Beginner Friendly] This is another cool example from the course http://www.guitarcontrol.com/bluessongcollection/ Jimi Hendrix is not only one of the finest guitar players in rock, he was an accomplished blues player, and much of what he played had its roots in the blues. In this Jimi Hendrix guitar lesson, Jimmy Dillon takes a look at Up from the Skies by Jimi Hendrix and shows you some of the blues techniques Jimi uses in the song. Jimi Hendrix lessons are typically pretty complex because a lot of the techniques Jimi uses are pretty complex. In this Jimi Hendrix guitar lesson, Jimmy Dillon strips it back and keeps it simple so you can get a look at the blues guitar techniques up close. If you’ve ever wanted to learn some Jimi Hendrix blues songs but always felt learning them was out of reach, this is the lesson for you. In this Jimi Hendrix blues guitar lesson you’ll focus on two main chords, a basic blues guitar rhythm, and some bluesy fills. As you’ll hear in Up from the Skies by Hendrix, Jimi Hendrix and the blues go hand in hand. Beneath those killer guitar effects and all the showmanship, Jimi Hendrix was a blues guitar player through and through. Hendrix blues can be heard throughout his catalogue of great songs, and the techniques you learn in this blues guitar lesson can be your first steps toward examining more of the great songs by Jimi Hendrix and their roots in the blues. Listening to Jimmy Dillon play Up from the Skies by Hendrix in this stripped down fashion is eye opening. Without the effects, what you hear is a basic blues guitar piece with all the elements of the blues untouched. This proves Jimi Hendrix plays the blues. When you think of Jimi Hendrix, think Jimi Hendrix - blues. Grab your guitar and check out this Jimi Hendrix blues guitar lesson with Jimmy Dillon to learn a Jimi Hendrix blues song Up from the Skies at a beginner’s level. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MypiOlcFj3A
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Guitar Harmony Lesson: Expanding our guitar chord voicing in the style of John Mayer
 
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http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube?v=Rze6XjSmeZo Click on the link above to get the tabs for this video! GO! In this guitar lesson, Jon MacLennan will teach you some cool shapes for the diatonic chords with seventh in the style of John Mayer. These kind of chords are really important since having a good harmony background will help you to become a better musician. Sometimes we forget about being a good rhythm player, everyone wants to play leads and tons of licks, but we forget the art of rhythm guitar. So, what is a chord? Three or more notes simultaneously sounded form a chord. Traditionally, chords have been built by superimposing two or more thirds and they are created with the notes of a scale. Alright, the example of today´s lesson is about chords with seventh. This means that we will add a note to our standard 3 notes chord. So now, we will have the root, a 3rd (major or minor third depending of the chord quality), a perfect 5th and a major or minor 7th. About this last note, the 7th, it works this way: If the chord is major, it will have a major 7th. If we have a minor chord we will have a minor 7th. But if we have a major chord but it will work as a dominant chord, it will be a major triad or chord with a minor 7th. So, back to the lesson, Jon will teach you all the chords with seventh from the G major tonality. Of course, there´s a lot of ways of playing those chords, but in this tutorial you will learn some special chord shapes. Basically we will have a triad on the higher notes and then we will add a bass note which we are going to play with our thumb. This is something pretty used by the bluesmen, especially those who plays while singing. Ok, hope this helps and don´t forget to come up with your own ideas, which is the best advice for starting to find `your´ unique sound and style. That is all for today... Also I suggest that you keep enjoying and learning from Jon MacLennan and all the staff of Guitarcontrol.com! Where? In our free guitar lessons at www.youtube.com/guitarcontrol http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=Rze6XjSmeZo&gl=582827368
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Rhythm Guitar Lesson - Mastering Rhythm Guitar
 
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Rhythm Guitar Lesson - Mastering Rhythm Guitar Get tons of free tabs here https://goo.gl/vn8qM5 A lot of guys and girls pick up the guitar because they want to be lead guitar players. Hey, the lead guitar players get all the cool attention, right? Well, whether you want to be a lead guitar player or not, mastering rhythm guitar playing comes first. Even a lead guitarist needs to understand how to play rhythm guitar. This online Guitar Control lesson will teach you how to play rhythm guitar even if you need left handed guitar lessons. Believe it or not, playing rhythm guitar does require some skills beyond just knowing some chords. How to play rhythm guitar for beginners is the focus of this lesson. Chords, strumming guitar, and left and right hand techniques are all a part of this rhythm guitar lesson. If you want to know how to keep rhythm on guitar or how to learn rhythm guitar, you’ll find the answers in this guitar rhythms for beginners lesson. You’ll learn how to practice rhythm guitar and how to play rhythm. Rhythm guitar techniques are an important part of playing and rhythm guitar is an important component of music composition. It’s important that you learn rhythm guitar whether you are a lead guitar player or not. If you think you don’t need to know how to play rhythm guitar or you thin rhythm guitar isn’t your thing, just remember, a lead guitarist needs to know how to follow along with rhythm guitar players even if they don’t play rhythm. Understanding how rhythm guitar works is essential. If you’re the only guitar player in a band, it’s important you learn rhythm guitar playing as well. There’s nothing better than a well rounded guitar player. Don’t consider yourself a lead guitarist. Think of yourself as a guitarist. That means you are able to play lead or rhythm guitar like a pro. Check out this Guitar Control rhythm guitar video lesson and learn how to play rhythm guitar today. Get this guitar course in DVD here: https://www.guitarcontrol.com/ordering/completeguitarist/order-matt.php https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IY61Cqg8Rlc
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How to Play Blues Turnarounds -  Beginner blues guitar lesson
 
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How to Play Blues Turnarounds - Beginner blues guitar lesson Get tabs here https://goo.gl/8ZT6fl
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Lead Guitar Lesson - Pentatonic Guitar Lick with Tapping Technique - Shred Guitar
 
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http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube?v=rTrYIIGzrwE Click on the link above to get the tabs for this video! GO! In this guitar lesson, our female teacher Alejandra will teach you a cool lick with tapping and the pentatonic scale. This is a great tool for playing pentatonic scales at high speed, it can be tricky at first but it is just a matter of practicing. I also recommend you to listen to a guitar legends like John Petrucci, among others... Ok, hope you like this lesson and don´t forget to come up with your own ideas, which is the best advice for starting to find `your´ unique sound and style. That is all for today... Also we suggest that you keep enjoying and learning from Alejandra and all the staff at Guitarcontrol.com! Where? In our free guitar lessons at www.youtube.com/guitarcontrol http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=rTrYIIGzrwE&gl=582827427
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Lead Guitar Lesson - Learn the Harmonic Minor Guitar Modes - Guitar Theory
 
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Lead Guitar Lesson - Learn the Harmonic Minor Guitar Modes - Guitar Theory Get the tabs here https://goo.gl/Kfgsp9 Guitar scales and guitar modes are all important aspects of studying guitar, learning where the noes are on your guitar neck, and having the knowledge you need to create great licks and solos. Lots of guitar players start out and understand the importance of major scales, minor scales, the blues scale, and pentatonic scales, but the importance of the modes escapes them. This free online guitar lesson looks at the harmonic minor scale modes and how you can use them. Other lessons in this Guitar Control Youtube guitar lesson series looked at the major and melodic minor scale modes. What is a guitar mode? A mode is a scale that is built within another scale, so we say the dorian mode, for instance, is a mode of the major scale. What is the purpose of using a mode rather than the diatonic scale we’re familiar with? Whether we’re talking about harmonic minor scale modes, modes of the major scale, or modes of the melodic minor scale, using a mode is another way of approaching the neck of your guitar and the music you make. Harmonic minor scales, guitar modes built on degrees of that scale, and solos and lick patterns built around the modes will all sound different and have different soloing approaches. You can look at the harmonic minor scale guitar tab to see the differences. Using modes in your guitar playing forces you to approach what you play in a different, sometimes more creative way. These modes also force you to look at the neck of the guitar differently. This harmonic minor scale modes lesson takes a look at harmonic minor scale chords and how to use the harmonic guitar scales and its modes. You'll learn how to use guitar modes in general because the concept of modes is the same regardless of whether or not you play major scale modes or minor scale modes. These guitar mode lessons are important, so check out this killer Guitar Control free guitar modes lesson and learn how to identify and use the modes of all the diatonic scales you’re already familiar with. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXOyCCOrTE4
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5 Speed Picking Tips - Speed Picking Exercises
 
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5 Speed Picking Tips - Speed Picking Exercises Get FREE tabs for this guitar lesson here http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube?v=spEoTpbA5iA&gl=5b355a5302e26b38334f3109 Learning how to play fast on guitar really requires a lot of strength in your fingers, the ability to place your fingers accurately, and an efficient picking style. The 5 speed picking tips in this Guitar Control speed picking lesson will help you develop all the areas you need to develop to be able to play guitar faster. Stephanie Pickard presents these speed picking exercises and gives you tips for fingering and picking that will help you develop faster guitar playing. These are speed picking exercises. These 5 speed picking tips are ideal for beginners. They can help you build finger dexterity and help you gradually increase the speed of your guitar playing. This allows you to develop better strength and keeps your playing more accurate. If you’re just getting started on guitar, these exercises may seem a little challenging, but since you will approach these guitar speed exercises and picking exercises gradually, you will be able to build your picking skills and strength in unison. This is a great way to learn to play faster on guitar without too much frustration setting in. It’s important to realize that it does take time to develop these skills, so using speed picking exercises and following these speed picking tips for guitar can really help. Stephanie gives you 5 speed picking tips that you can start using right away to develop your picking for guitar and your ability to play scales and lead guitar patterns better. She focuses on fingering and picking and bringing the two elements together cohesively. These are just a couple of tips that you can use to start playing guitar fast. If you want to get started playing fast guitar, these speed picking exercises are the perfect place for you to start. This is an effective speed picking guitar lesson that will help you start developing your skills as a guitar player right away. These speed picking exercises are ideal for you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spEoTpbA5iA
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How to Play All Along the Watchtower on Acoustic Guitar - Easy Strum Lesson
 
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How to Play All Along the Watchtower on Acoustic Guitar - Easy Strum Lesson Get the entire set of lessons here: https://goo.gl/jVr7kX Get More Great Lessons - Subscribe ➜ https://goo.gl/Es4oTH ★★CLICK "SHOW MORE"★★ Check out this Stand by Me Lesson ➜ https://goo.gl/NBme4z Learn to play Wagon Wheel ➜ https://goo.gl/bI7zID Tom Petty style lesson ➜ https://goo.gl/IO0jQM Share this video ➜ https://youtu.be/5LnoMuaTNAQ In this easy strum lesson with Jimmy Dillon, learn how to play All Along the Watchtower on acoustic guitar. This lesson shows you an easy strum way to play this classic Jimi Hendrix song. You'll learn chords for All Along the Watchtower and how to play All Along the Watchtower by Jimi Hendrix. Jimmy Dillon shows you the acoustic strum pattern for All Along the Watchtower and breaks down the chord progression. This is an easy acoustic guitar song to learn and a great beginner acoustic guitar song. ★Get more GREAT LESSONS here ➜ https://goo.gl/ipw5RV This Guitar Control video is about All Along the Watchtower, how to play All Along the Watchtower on acoustic guitar, and easy strum guitar lessons
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How to Play Refugee On Guitar - Mike Campbell Guitar Licks Lesson
 
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How to Play Refugee On Guitar - Mike Campbell Guitar Licks Lesson Get FREE tabs for this guitar lesson here http://bit.ly/2btNd3Q Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have been making great records since the 70s, but no album is bigger or more iconic than their brilliant release Damn the Torpedoes. Mike Campbell has played guitar with Tom Petty from the beginning and has been only one of two constant members since then. Mike Campbell’s guitar sound is a Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers staple. Nowhere does that sound shine through than on this key track from the Damn the Torpedoes album. In this killer Guitar Control video you’re going to learn how to play Refugee on guitar. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers songs are catchy southern rock based classic with strong hooks, strong melodies, and guitar parts that are never overstated. The Mike Campbell style of guitar playing is to stay in the groove of what the song needs. Mike Campbell is not a flashy player. Solid guitar chords, melodic licks, and solos built around melodic phrases are the key. Learning how to play Refugee on guitar isn’t difficult. It’s a great rhythm guitar riff with a cool opening lick that is recognizable as soon as you hear it. The Refugee chords are basic and start this song off. The guitar tone is clean and iconic to the record. Listen to what Jon plays. You can hear how he plays with a loose groove and lets the notes of the full chord just sort of ring as he moves on to the next part of the riff. That’s the key to playing this song and making it sound like the Mike Campbell guitar riff sound you hear in so many Tom Petty songs. After the rhythm guitar riff comes the cool lick that leads into the vocal part of the song. This is a simple guitar lick that typifies Mike Campbell lead guitar work. His licks are eloquently phrased and build around the harmonic structure of the song, almost as singable as the vocal lines themselves. This lick is an easy to play lick that ues some basic lead guitar techniques and finishes off the opening Refugee chord progression nicely. Learn how to play Refugee on guitar and follow along with the Tom Petty Refugee guitar tabs to make it even easier. This is a cool song to play. It’s an easy Tom Petty riff to one of Tom Petty’s most popular songs, Refugee, from Damn the Torpedoes. Enjoy it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1taf2mnG3WA
Views: 19215 Guitar Control
Learn How to Play the Intro For Silent Lucidity by Queensrÿche - Easy Acoustic Guitar Lesson
 
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http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube?v=Y6rx3YQEfr0 Click on the link above to get the tabs for this video! GO! GuitarControl.com presents instructor Darrin Goodman teaching the riff from Silent Lucidity by Queensryche finger picking lesson. http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=Y6rx3YQEfr0&gl=582827606
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How to Play Gallop Picking - Guitar Lesson on Metal Galloping Technique
 
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http://bit.ly/29u7SVU - How to Play Gallop Picking - Guitar Lesson on Metal Galloping Technique Whether you’re a fan of Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Helloween, or any one of the hundreds of iconic metal bands, you certainly understand the metal galloping technique. The phrase gallop, of course, originates from the fact that the riff sounds like a horse galloping at full throttle. Listening to the technique, it sounds deceptively simple, but actually, learning to play the galloping riff skillfully requires some control. In this lesson on metal galloping technique, Robert is going to teach you how to play gallop picking and the techniques you’ll need to master the galloping metal technique. Learning how to play gallop picking techniques is only a part of the challenge of this metal guitar method, but the picking techniques and skills necessary make up the bulk of what you’ll need to become fluent with this type of playing. Robert plays the riff for you in this video slowly, then gives you a much faster demonstration, allowing you to see and hear how the galloping metal technique sounds full swing. When you learn how to play gallop picking techniques, you’re really putting emphasis on several crucial elements that all come together to achieve this effect, such as palm muting, wrist control, and the unique picking style used in playing the metal gallop. Robert points these various components out and teaches you how they come together for this technique. It’s designed to get you understanding the rhythm of the riff first, with less emphasis on speed until you’re more comfortable. The speed factor comes later, after you’ve worked your way through the basics of the pattern and start building some control If you want to play heavy metal guitar, this is one of those playing styles you’ll want to be comfortable with, and with Robert’s guidance, you’ll be kicking some really cool riffs based the metal gallop technique in no time. Grab your guitar and play along. The great thing about this technique is that you can use it over and over again and always find yourself coming up with new ways to build some cool fills around it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpzsarSxq14
Views: 15249 Guitar Control
Bell Bottom Blues - Blues Guitar Lesson
 
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Eric Johnson Trademark Rolling Fives Lick - Easy Guitar Lesson
 
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Click in the link below to GET the Tabs! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=s6oPrNq1vak&gl=582825607 A lot of players tend to play licks in groups of four. Something about doing that feels very even and very natural. You might also hear a lot of licks in groups of six, also very even and natural. Eric Johnson, however, plays a lot of stuff grouped into 5-note patterns pattern. That fifth note in the pattern adds a unique and identifiable rhythm that lends itself well to some fresh approaches to licks and soloing. The video above demonstrates how to create these rolling pick patterns, so named to describe the fluid sound the notes make as you roll your finger to grab and release each of the notes. The pattern is demonstrated using a C minor pentatonic scale. The video starts off with an explanation of the technique and then shows some practical applications in both descending and ascending order. The picking direction is outlined in the video, and while you could technically apply your own picking style to the exercise, the instructor spends some time detailing the picking method to help reinforce the nature of of five-note pattern. Watch as the patterns are played over the fretboard and listen carefully to hear that extra note in the pattern. It really adds some liveliness to your playing and can be identified with relative ease. Note as you listen to the played exercises throughout that you can use Eric John’s five note pattern in just about any musical situation and can change it up simply by using variations on the theme. Grab your guitar and try a couple of these patterns yourself. Once you’ve accustomed yourself to the five-note figure, getting it to sound good is as easy as it gets.
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Hard Times Acoustic Blues Lesson
 
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How to Play Rikki Don't Lose That Number on Guitar: Steely Dan Lesson | Guitar Control
 
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How to Play Rikki Don't Lose That Number on Guitar: Steely Dan Lesson | Guitar Control ★Get FREE tabs for this guitar lesson ➜ http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube?v=mmNKxGG9NNs&gl=5b2cffcd02e26b520e8e0a1c ★★CLICK "SHOW MORE"★★ Learn Dirty Work on guitar ➜ https://goo.gl/ZtFJ6S Check out Let It Be in this lesson ➜ https://goo.gl/5ZmbFh Learn a Pink Floyd classic on guitar ➜ https://goo.gl/wqw3BA Get More Great Lessons - Subscribe ➜ https://goo.gl/zU3t9R Share this video ➜ https://youtu.be/mmNKxGG9NNs Check out this Steely Dan guitar lesson and learn how to play Rikki Don't Lose That Number on guitar with Jon MacLennan and Guitar Control. Here is the full Steely Dan song broken down into sections and played note for note. SKIP AROUND 1:15 Intro 3:25 Verse 5:10 Pre-chorus 6:50 chorus This Guitar Control video is about how to play Rikki Don't Lose That Number on guitar, Steely Dan song lessons, and how to play Steely Dan songs on guitar
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Jimmy Reed style blues
 
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This is a cool example from the course http://www.guitarcontrol.com/bluessongcollection/ For more video samples go here: http://www.guitarcontrol.com/blog/category/ultimate-blues-song-collection/ Click in the link below to have access to hundreds of TABs! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=MZdCFFKHZjQ&gl=582826542
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Rhythm Guitar Lesson - Uncommon Power Guitar Chords in the Style of Green Day
 
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Rhythm Guitar Lesson - Uncommon Power Guitar Chords in the Style of Green Day Get the tabs here https://goo.gl/wcpq7M In this guitar lesson, Jon MacLennan will teach you a cool chord progression with a very special way of power chords in the style of Green Day so if you like hard rock or punk music you may want to check out this lesson. The band Green Day was formed in 1987 consists of Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, Tre Cool, Jason White, and later replaced Cool by John Kiffmeyer. In 1994, they released their major label debut Dookie through Reprise Records that became a breakout success and sold more than 10 million copies in the U.S. A power chord is basically a 2 note chord, the tonic with an interval of 5th. Also it´s common to add a high octave or another 5th as the lower note. This last technique is very used in heavy metal or thrash metal music... But this time I will play 2 notes at a wide interval, the roots and their relatives thirds at the second octave. Ok, hope this helps and don´t forget to come up with your own ideas, which is the best advice for starting to find `your´ unique sound and style. That is all for today... Also I suggest that you keep enjoying and learning from Jon MacLennan and all the staff at Guitarcontrol.com!
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Tips for Playing Barre Chords Acoustic - Learn Your Basic Chords
 
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http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=vsL4ZYNnS0o&gl=582825477 Click on the link above to get the tabs for this video! GO! Barre chords, bar chords... however you spell them, they're tough chords!! In this video, I show you tips for playing barre chords and the main bar chords on acoustic that you'll see in a lot of songs like Hotel California and countless others. 1)We've got our 2 major bar chords one rooted from the E string and the other starting from the A 2) And our 2 Minor barre chords one rooted from the E string and the other starting from the A. Between your proper thumb placement, wrist angle, and this finger technique I show you in the video, all these tips will really help you nail your barre chords on acoustic. NOTE: There is no 1 way to play them right. Whatever works! Keep adjusting your fingers and hands until you get them. You'll probably get tired after working at them for awhile so try not to get frustrated!
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Intervallic Approach to Lead Guitar
 
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This is another sample from the upcoming DVD from George Marios "Guitar Mastery Made Simple". Stay tuned for more samples and updates! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=CCnGpT1F6-8&gl=582827258
Views: 17249 Guitar Control
Blues Guitar Lesson - Funky Blues Rhythms Chords with Jonathon Boogie Long
 
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Blues Guitar Lesson - Funky Blues Rhythms Chords with Jonathon Boogie Long Get tabs here https://goo.gl/3c64CD There are a lot of ways to play the blues and a lot of ways you can bring your own sound and signature to the blues. Because the blues are such a big part of many kinds of music, it’s easy to bring elements of other genres over to the blues as well. This funky blues guitar lesson from Guitar Control shows you how to add a little bit of funk guitar styles into your blues progressions. Funk is a form of music you often hear in other music genres. You hear funk music in rock, country, jazz, and even the blues. Check out the blues guitar licks tabs that go along with this funky blues guitar lesson and check out the Youtube blues guitar lesson. Jonathan is going to teach you how to play guitar boogie and blues guitar rhythm patterns using a funk style. The basic concepts of the blues are in place here, but the elements of funk guitar really juice it up a couple of notches. This is an awesome blues boogie guitar lesson and a funk guitar lesson as well. The two genres go so well together. The funky blues riff in this Guitar Control lesson is really just one of many variations you can use on a theme. One of the best ways to give your blues guitar licks and blues guitar riffs a personality is to try and bring some other concepts into the mix. This funky blues guitar lesson shows you how to funk up your blues progression. There are lots of other ways you can bring new sounds to the blues guitar progressions you play. The funk blues guitar riffs and licks here are easy to learn and sound awesome, so if you want to add some new flavor and rhythm to your blues guitar rhythm patterns, learn to play some funk blues from Guitar Control. It’s a blues guitar licks lesson for beginners and advanced players alike. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5G2-2LKSYSo
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Blues Guitar Riffs with Eric Gales
 
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Blues Guitar Riffs with Eric Gales Get more Eric Gales blues guitar lessons here http://bit.ly/2dGpYng Get Eric Gales Guitar Secrets DVDs here: http://bit.ly/2erW5f1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeSzD31FzWI
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How to Spice Up your Acoustic Guitar Rhythms - Easy Guitar Lesson on Rhythm Fills
 
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Click in the link below to GET the Tabs! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=wZP2siiUCvg&gl=582826406 Have you ever wondered how some of your favorite acoustic players make their strum patterns sound so good? This video shows you how to use a scale to create acoustic guitar rhythm patterns that stand out from the typical strum patterns you may be used to playing. The example in this video uses the G, C, and D chords (a I-IV-V) in the key of G to illustrate how you can use the corresponding scale to add some interesting licks and fills to a generic strum pattern to spice it up and make it sound more complex and musical. The G major pentatonic scale is used in the same position as the chords you’re playing in this example, making it convenient to create your fills without losing the feel of the pattern you’re playing. The demonstration in the video shows you where to find the G major pentatonic scale you’ll be using, then the instructor demonstrates a simple rhythm in 4/4 time with a particular picking pattern. After setting up the basic pattern, he shows you how to add a simple fill that takes the place of the actual strumming in your pattern. The video suggests starting simple, using just a couple of single notes in your fill, and advancing to more complex rhythmic figures as you progress. Listening to the video, it’s easy to hear how well this method of creating licks will work in all types of music, depending upon the rhythm patterns you play and the rhythmic structure of your fills. There really is no end to the variations you can use by extracting your fills from the scales associated with your chord progression. Listen closely to the lesson and try it for yourself. You’ll be amazed by how quickly your everyday chord progressions are transformed into something more musical.
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How to Write a Song on Guitar - Acoustic Guitar Lesson on Songwriting
 
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Click in the link below to GET the Tabs! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=0xIDfiaLT3U&gl=582826448 Learning to play guitar encompasses a lot of things. You’ll want to learn chords, scales, dynamics, playing licks and solos, and how to find your way around the neck of the guitar without having to think about it. If you play guitar long enough, particularly if you’re the creative type, you will probably want to try your hand at writing a song of your own. Robert uses this lesson to give you some pointers on taking a simple idea and turning it into something you can call a song. Guitar songs are like any other song. Still, writing on guitar very often produces a different type of song than you might get if you wrote on a piano. Like all songs, however, songs written with a guitar use melody, harmony, and rhythm. Here Robert takes a basic chord and applies a nice picking pattern, then he shows you how to apply subtle variations to the theme that allow you to structure an introduction, verse, or bridge for what will eventually become a song. While songwriting is a very personal endeavor, approached in many different ways, Robert’s method here leaves a lot of room for you to experiment with your creativity. He keeps it simple and shows you how to develop a simple idea into something with substance and structure. This lesson for songwriting on guitar can be used in conjunction with some of Robert’s other acoustic guitar lessons (his lessons on fills, strumming, and chord inversions are all good) and will help guide you to writing some great guitar songs. Some of these essential techniques are touched on here as well. Start with the pattern Robert demonstrates here, then apply it to some of your favorite chord progressions to see what you can come up with. You’ll be writing hits in no time.
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Pentatonic Scale - Beginner guitar lesson about how to play the pentatonic scale
 
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Learn the basic pentatonic scale. Go here to get guitar tabs from Claude Johnson and all our youtube free lessons. Click here now! GO! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube?v=59nTuEYFV0c Hope this helps and don´t forget to come up with your own ideas, which is the best advice for starting to find `your´ unique sound and style. That is all for today... Also I suggest that you keep enjoying and learning from my lessons and all the staff at Guitarcontrol.com! Where? In our free guitar lessons at www.youtube.com/guitarcontrol Also please subscribe to our youtube channel!!!... http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=59nTuEYFV0c&gl=582827761
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How to Play Beast of Burden on Guitar - Rolling Stones Song Lesson
 
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How to Play Beast of Burden on Guitar - Rolling Stones Song Lesson Get FREE tabs for this guitar lesson here http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube?v=EKnCQPvsEqs&gl=5b362d1002e26b8b06084d72 Intro/A Section 0:48 B Section 5:40 Lead 7:25 The Rolling Stones have been at the forefront of rock music for 40 plus decades. The numerous hits are beyond compare. The rhythm playing of Keith Richards, with his constant search for the lost chord, have influenced guitar players for just as long. In this Rolling Stones guitar lesson, Jon Maclennan shows you how to play Beast of Burden on guitar. Beast of Burden is a laid back mid tempo ballad with some very cool chords and chord voicings. Check out this Guitar Control lesson and learn to play Beast of Burden by the Rolling Stones in its entirety. Jon breaks the song down for you completely. He shows you the Beast of Burden chords and then demonstrates how to play some cool guitar licks over the Beast of Burden chord progression. Learning how to play Beast of Burden on guitar or any other Stones song is like taking a Keith Richards guitar lesson. You learn so much more than just how to play the Rolling Stones or how to play a Rolling Stones song on guitar. You learn how to play guitar like Keith Richard, which really means learning how to voice chords in unique ways. This Beast of Burden guitar lesson is a lesson in taking some basic chords and voicing the chords a bit differently. There are also some cool techniques Keith Richards uses to play the chords, and Jon breaks them all down for you here. If you’re a fan of Keith Richards or a fan of the Rolling Stones, this is an easy guitar lesson that shows you how to play a Rolling Stones song with a groove. You’ll learn some awesome chords and a song that is instantly recognizable. This is a classic Rolling Stones song with an awesome rhythm part. Check out this Rolling Stones lesson and learn how to play Beast of Burden on guitar today. It’s a fun song with some great lessons in playing rhythm guitar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKnCQPvsEqs
Views: 88219 Guitar Control
Guitar Right Hand Picking Technique - Improve Your Right Hand and Get Perfect Technique
 
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Click in the link below to have access to hundreds of TABs! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=hyPHeFLFHvc&gl=582826282 This is a 2 part video series - where to place your right hand. Follow the directions on this page how you can get your hands on that one. Guitar right hand picking technique is VITAL to your guitar playing. It increases your right hand stability and is incredibly important for right hand picking accuracy. Here I'm demonstrating gliding my hand across the strings maintaining a good, ergonomic wrist position. Your right hand can gain that same stability that we use on the bridge, but when accessing the high strings (especially the G, B, and e strings) we don't want our wrist cocked at a weird angle so simply keep your wrist straight and have your hand rest on the strings. The whole point of this is so you can pick faster, more accurately and lay more trust in your right hand without having to look at it all the time!
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3 Ways to Play an Arpeggio - Guitar Arpeggio Patterns
 
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3 Ways to Play an Arpeggio - Guitar Arpeggio Patterns Subscribe to our channel https://goo.gl/1UtGWV 3 Cool Bending Licks here https://goo.gl/INBf0D 3 Common Pentatonic Licks here https://goo.gl/9lsRiQ 3 Ways to Navigate the Fretboard https://goo.gl/Nl1leI Arpeggios are the notes of a chord played separately rather than as a unit. They can be used for many different purposes. This is why learning how to play chords and learning how to play arpeggios on guitar can be so important. Arpeggios are used by lead guitar player and by rhythm players because an arpeggio can be used in such a versatile way. In this lesson from Guitar Control, Robert Baker shows you 3 ways to play an arpeggio. These are just some of the examples of how useful guitar arpeggios are and why learning guitar arpeggios is so important. In addition to these 3 ways to play an arpeggio, you can also experiment with some of your own arpeggio exercises and learn how to play guitar with arpeggios. Arpeggios can be used as part of the composition process or simply as a way to exercise picking and rhythm patterns on the guitar. Learning arpeggios is a great way to work on your picking skills, arpeggios can help you develop speed and play guitar faster. There really is no end to how important the guitar arpeggio is to the guitar player. In this lesson, you learn how to play arpeggios on guitar and how to use arpeggios in your music. You also learn arpeggio exercises you can use to help develop your playing. These arpeggio licks are licks you can use frequently and in many different ways. There are so many great musical techniques you can apply to learning how to play guitar. Arpeggio playing is just one of them. Robert shows you some awesome arpeggio examples here and shows you 3 ways to play an arpeggio, but this is really only the beginning. There are a lot of great arpeggio lessons at Guitar Control that will help you learn to play arpeggios on guitar and how to use arpeggios for composition and for composing great music. Check out this arpeggio lesson and learn different ways to play killer arpeggios. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHG2ej1530g
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