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In this lesson, you will hear an example of a different way to play the First Noel that is much more reflective and slow. It also uses alternate D chords that give a unique sound to the song. You'll learn how to use those alternate chords to get a head start on learning the song.
This is a lesson that shows you how to play the classic song "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" using jazz chords and a melody line at the same time. This is a great challenge for advanced players!
In this lesson, you will learn a jazz lick that works great as a whole or even in part. You'll learn how to play it and then learn how it works in to your typical soloing scale. This lick is a great finger exercise and a lot of fun to play.
In this lesson you will learn a fun new warm-up scale that uses the G open scale and implements 2 techniques of moving through the scale. You can apply these techniques to any scale once you learn it!
In this lesson, you'll learn the song "You Are Good" by Isreal Houghton (and New Breed) and how some of these unique chords work in the key of A. Once you learn many of these chords, you'll be able to take what you've learned and apply it to your own song writing.
In this lesson, you will learn how to play the beginning part of the solo to the Gungor song "When Death Dies." You'll see how to play each part of the back and forth between the guitar and the cello.
In this free weekly lesson update, you'll learn the finger picking pattern to the Gungor song "When Death Dies." This is a very unusual pattern that is fairly difficult to play, yet a lot of fun!
In this lesson you will learn a fun blues lick that has a twist. You can use this lick with normal blues chords and songs. Try it out!
In this FREE weekly lesson update, you'll learn not only how to play Revelation Song, but you will also learn the secret to why only 4 chords keeps this song interetsting and has made it one of the post popular praise and worship songs today!
In this lesson you will learn how to mix the minor pentonic with some of the major scales, used as modes, to create a unique blues and jazz mixed solo.
In this lesson, you will learn the very last lick to complete bluegrass song number 1! After this lesson, you will be able to play through the entire flat picking progression, and you will have a great tune in your repertoire.
You will learn the third part of this great bluegrass flat picking song. This section builds on the previous two and even has a familiar part of the song built in to the lick. You're almost there. Only one more section to go!
You will learn the second part of this great bluegrass flat picking song. It is comprised of the next few sections played at varying speeds, so you can learn each section and increase speed as you go! Connect this with the previous lesson and you will have a lot of the song down already!
You will learn the first part of this great bluegrass flat picking song. It is comprised of 3 sections played at varying speeds, so you can learn each section and increase speed as you go!
In this weekly lesson you will learn some basics about flat picking, which is kind of a like soloing to bluegrass music. Even if you don't really like bluegrass, this style of playing will make you a faster and more controlled guitarist!