RO-003 • Fast Rock Licks For Beginners 1 (justinguitar.com)
This was the first ever fast lick that I learned as kid getting into metal. It is a very versatile little lick and here I show you a few variations on it so you can get stuck in 🙂 Picking should be down on the first note and then up for the next picked note. so it goes… down pick, hammer, flick, up pick on the next string! Sorry I forgot to mention it in the vid… I ran out of time. Equipment – Red 80’s Fender Strat – using bridge pickup (a Seymour Duncan Cool Stack) into a Keeley modified Blues Driver pedal into a Mesa Boogie 5:25.Taught by Justin Sandercoe. Full support at the web site where you will find hundreds of lessons on a wide range of subjects, and all the scales and chords that you will ever need! There is a great forum too to get help, no matter what the problem. And it is all totally free, no bull. No sample lessons, no memberships. Just tons of great lessons 🙂 To get help with your lesson or song look up the number at the start of the video title (like ST-123 or whatever) on the Lesson Index page. www.justinguitar.com .
DVD DEMO – Really Useful Strumming Techniques (justinguitar)
This is the demo video for Justin’s latest DVD – Really Useful Strumming Techniques. Leaning to play rhythm guitar can be one of the most frustrating things for a beginner guitarist. It can also be a problem for more advanced players that never got it right when they started! This is the solution! This DVD starts at absolute beginner level and focuses on basic eighth note strumming patterns and continuous hand movement. It then develops the use of ties, picking out the bass note of a chord and the use of the muted strum as a percussive device – along with a whole lot of handy hints to help you get your rhythm guitar techniques solid. It finishes with a brief look at sixteenth note strumming and it’s applications. There are 20 patterns studied during the DVD, each one fully explained and then played over and over again for you to play along with, and make sure you get in the groove and get it right! There is a pdf booklet on the DVD for you to print out (or just look at on a computer screen) and of course support is available on the web site forum found at www.justinguitar.com/forum I think this is the best DVD I have made to date and will be a really big help for anyone struggling to get their rhythm playing consistent and confident. To order or for more information – please check out the products area at: www.justinguitar.com
Play Scale Forms Anywhere On The Guitar – Guitar Lesson
Study guitar online with Berklee: www.berkleemusic.com Check out this video from Berkleemusic.com and watch as Larry Bayone, Chair of Berklee’s Guitar Department, illustrates the proper technique to play scale forms on the neck of the guitar.
Play A Classic Rock Guitar Solo – Guitar Lesson
Study guitar online with Berklee: www.berkleemusic.com Check out this video from Berkleemusic.com and watch as Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music, Joe Musella explains the Pentatonic scale – the quintessential tool for playing classic rock guitar scales in this Berklee guitar lesson.
Essential Guitar Chords – Guitar Lesson
Study guitar online with Berklee: www.berkleemusic.com Check out this video from Berkleemusic.com and learn essential guitar chords from Rick Peckham, Assistant Chair of the Berklee College of Music’s Guitar Department.
Mother Daughter School of Rock
Study music online with Berklee: www.berkleemusic.com Daisy Rock Guitars, D’Addario, and Alfred Publishing have partnered with Berkleemusic to offer an online course Classic Rock Guitar exclusively for Mothers and Daughters.
Learn acoustic guitar chords & strum patterns for beginners
www.nextlevelguitar.com In this beginner lesson we teach a new strum pattern and a few practice chord progressions to work on your rhythm, timing, and chord changing. More lessons at nextlevelguitar.com
Easy Acoustic Guitar Chords
Chords for beginners! email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Practicing Guitar Chords
Learn how to properly practice guitar chords