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This lesson covers how to complement a song in the key of C, using an electric guitar. These alternate open chords are the perfect addition to a rhythm guitar and are pretty simple to play.
In this lesson, you'll earn both electric guitar parts for this song. You'll learn the "signature lick" that happens in the intro, and you'll learn the exact parts happening in the verse, chorus, and bridge for each guitar.
An electric guitar can create great ambient swells and pad sounds that mimic keys. This is a common way to start a more reflective song. You'll learn the secret to creating these and adding in complex sounds. All you need some sort of looper pedal.
In this lesson you will learn one of my favorite blues and jazz progressions. These chords lend themselves to a walking bass line that sounds like 2 guitars are playing at the same time. This progression is a lot of fun and is a great way to show off!
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 free weekly lesson, you'll learn how to play the signature lick as well as the verse alternate chords to this Laura Story worship song made famous by Chris Tomlin.
In this free weekly lesson video, you will learn the electric guitar parts to "Your Love Never Fails." There are a few simple riffs that work well with the verses and the intro to the song.
In this free lesson, you'll learn both the signature lick to the song Glory to God as well as the bridge octaves. This lesson will show you how simple licks help give a song a great sounding edge.
Ever wondered what all the pedals on a pedal board do? In this lesson you will see some of Stephen's very own pedal collection and get an overview of the roles of each type of pedal. Once you understand the basic functions of pedals, you will be able to start picking the pedals and sounds that are right for you!
In this lesson you will learn the open D major scale. You'll not only see how it is tied in with one of the 5 major scales you learned earlier, but you will also learn how open scales in bluegrass music and fast soloing!
In this lesson you will learn how to play the open C major scale. You will also learn a tip that will enlighten you to why chords look the way that they look! Check it out!
In this lesson you will learn how to play the open G scale. You will also learn the tie-in to the 5 major scales you learned in the Guitarmann Electric series. In fact, this lesson will unlock the secret to why there are 2 different names for the 5 major scales you learned earlier!
In this members only lesson, you will learn some alternate chords to play for typical blues songs in the key of E. Once you know these chords, you'll have 2 ways to play the common chords so you will be able to expand your sound.
In this weekly lesson, you will learn a very useful lick that works with any power chord or bar chord (in the 5th string position) that you play. You will learn how to quickly add a riff to a power chord, and you will learn how to quickly solo in the 5 scale from a power chord position.
Now you have even more licks at your fingertips with this lesson. Check out part 3 of blues licks using the minor pentatonic scale in the key of E. You'll learn some licks outside of the standard scale that will change you solo to a major sound for an interesting twist. You'll also learn a trick that some country blues guitarists use.