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Major Full Band One-Chord Groove Playlist

19 Sep 2019
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Lick Development Techniques

Lick Development Techniques  Composers use certain techniques to vary their original themes into entire pieces.  Improvisers can use these same development techniques when using motifs in soloing, but also as a way to make their lick vocabulary more personal and free flowing. Original Lick: I copped this lick from BB King’s “Thrill Is Gone.”  Technique

17 Sep 2019
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Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson 7: 13th Chords and Sixteenth Note Rhythms

Another funky extension to spice up your blues is the 13th.  It is often combined with the 9th as they work in concert to create a very “cool” sound.  As such, the 13th chord is frequently used in a funkier blues style.  We can make our rhythm 16th-note based to increase the funkiness of our

16 Sep 2019
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Beginner Melodies Playlist

12 Sep 2019
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Minor One-Chord Grooves- Bass and Drums

11 Sep 2019
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One Chord Grooves – Bass & Drums

Practice Your Major Triads

27 Aug 2019
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Delay Pedal User’s Guide

The delay effect is among the earliest and most  prominent of electric guitar effects.  Though it was originally experimented with in the studio by Les Paul using a reel-to-reel recorder, delay has since been manufactured in both analog and digital pedal forms for stage performance.  Now it is one of the most beloved tools for

24 Aug 2019
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Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson 6: Sixths

Blues Rhythm Guitar Lesson 6: Sixths  In order to get some motion and melody into a rhythm section, guitar players can slide into their voicings.  Here we will be using a major 6th (maj6) chord, which is a major triad with a major sixth added.  We will slide into the maj6 chord and then slide

24 Aug 2019
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A, E, B, D Minor Triads- Three-Note Closed Voicings

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17 Aug 2019
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A Minor CAGED Shapes- Scales and Arpeggios

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17 Aug 2019
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