Today's lesson is once again with Marty. Marty is a good teacher and makes things easy to learn. Today we will do the "A" major pentatonic run made simple. "A" is a great cord for this because a lot of rock and roll is in the key of "A"
In this lesson, Stefan teaches you how to improvise a slow blues in E. E is always a good cord to learn some blues in because it is an easy cord to progress into some slide, and one of the easy chords to sing in
Sometimes it is fun to take a look at what people in bands looked like before they made it big, or what they looked like in the beginning of their career and what they look like now. I came across this just surfing around this morning and thought you might like to check it out
Once again we will do a lesson from the birthday boy himself. An electric guitar lesson on how to play "Mississippi Queen" by Mountain featuring Leslie West on guitar.
This lesson covers the rhythm and the leads, as well as the second verse fills
The other day we did a story on musicians who died too soon. Today we will do a bit on musicians who surprisingly didn't die of a drug overdose. It would make you wonder how in the world that these guys lived through it and are still sane
In the music business if you are lucky enough to make it the pressures of keeping on top are enormous. The money is overwhelming and of course the life it lets you live is beyond belief. So many of the top rockers loose control and fall off the deep end
I have a love for the blues in all kinds of ways rockin blues slow blues fast blues well blues in any form. So today I will show you something called the Walking Blues. It is kinda different as you will see but it is near stuff
Sometimes you hear stories about rock stars and you wonder if they are true or not. Well this should put a few of the stories to rest. But if you didn't wonder, after you watch this you might have a few questions
In this lost band segment I would like you to see a band that blew my mind when I was a teenager. As most of you have figured out by now I am a guitar guy and this band didn't even have a guitar player
This is a neat interview because it is Eric Clapton talking about Jimi Hendrix. One of the great ones talking about another great one. I will be looking for more interviews with Clapton talking about other greats so always check back and see if I find one on one of your favorites
Today's lesson is a nice piece from Jimi Hendrix called Crosstown Traffic. Andy Aledort gives a good lesson on the beginning of this Hendrix tune. It's one that might not be the best for a bar but what a great tune
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