For today's lesson we head back to Marty who is a great teacher. Marty breaks things down and makes it a lot easier with tuning and the slide and just a great teacher. Today's lesson is a Led Zeppelin tune from the ZOSO album
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
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
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
For today's lesson I thought maybe we should get a lesson from one of the masters. And that master would be Joe Walsh showing some slide in the key of E. This looks like Joe back in the day before he got sober but none the less as Joe points out a lot of the sound and performance you get out of a guitar is from the strumming hand
In today's lesson we will indulge on some George Thorogood for non slide players. So if your band would like to play some George and you don't have a slide player this is right up your alley. Thorogood songs are always good bar songs because they aren't that hard and the crowd always loves a good drinking song
Today's lesson is on playing the slide guitar. This is a beginners lesson on how to use your fingers on your right hand for more control. Then we take a look at the placement of the slide and how to get a comfortable fit for you
Today's lesson is from our old friend Marty who I think is a great tutor. Today's song is also one that is not very hard and would be great for beginners. Cocaine is actually a JJ Cale song that Eric Clapton made famous
In today's lesson I thought maybe some old James Gang would fit the bill. Walk Away was on the James Gangs third and last album with Joe Walsh. The album was called of course Thirds. Joe Walsh was playing writing singing and doing all the leads and not getting much help from the rest of the band
Today's lesson is for beginners. Don't forget everyone has to start somewhere. These are some basic chords with an easy Cream song to play as well. As I said everyone has to start somewhere and most of the time I forget such things
I usually don't put two lessons together but this is part one and part two of Aerosmith's version of Train Kept A Rollin. It is kinda intense so I thought I would nail you all at once with them. This guy does a good job of breaking the lead down so with some practice you should be able to get it under control
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