Jamming

Jimi Hendrix Style Chordal Embellishments.

Jimi Hendrix Chordal Rhythm Guitar Style I occasionally get students who would like to learn rhythm guitar techniques of Jimi Hendrix. Jimi had a very pianistic approach to rhythm guitar, which found it’s origin in RnB. He just pushed it further to an entirely new level and made it his own. Here’s a ton of
Read More »

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusmail



Advanced Pedal Point in A

Advanced Pedal Point in A In this blog, we are taking the ideas of this lesson blog Major Minor Pedal Point in A a huge step further to the next level. When you click on this url, it will lead you to a free lesson with more urls to pages you want to read. The
Read More »

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusmail



In Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Abmaj7

In Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Abmaj7. Today we’ll talk about some advanced improvising with the 7 in position scale fingerings. If you don’t know those scale patterns yet, you can learn them here: The 7 C Major Scale Fingerings You will be soloing over this chord progression. ||: Cmaj7 | Cmaj7 | Abmaj7 | Abmaj7
Read More »

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusmail



Jazzing Up The 12-Bar Blues

Jazzing Up The 12-Bar Blues When blues guys play the blues, they usually play following progression: I | IV | I | I | IV | IV | I | I | V | IV | I | V || In the key of C for example, this would give you following chords C |
Read More »

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusmail



Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 2)

Soloing Over a Minor Blues With m7 Arpeggios (part 2) This is a continuation from last week’s blog In position soloing over I- IV- V- in Am. Read that blog first, so all the following will make complete sense. 🙂 This week you’ll solo with the following 3 arpeggios: Am7 arpeggio from the b3rd (C
Read More »

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusmail





error: Content is protected !!