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This is the first video you should watch if you're interested in country guitar. And http://jimlillmusic.com/full-courses/ is the first site you should go to when you're done watching. Congrats to Zane Price for winning the Keeley Tone Workstation from a previous video, leave a comment below if you want to win a Fender Brad Paisley Signature Telecaster! ___ Lick #1: 1955 - Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash (played by Luther Perkins) Lick #2: 1968 - Mama Tried - Merle Haggard (played by James Burton and Roy Nichols) Lick #3: 1977 - Eastbound & Down - Jerry Reed Lick #4: 1985 - Guitars, Cadillacs - Dwight Yoakam (played by Pete Anderson) Lick #5: 1993 - Chattahoochie - Alan Jackson (played by Brent Mason) Lick #6: 1993 - Ain't Goin' Down Til The Sun Comes Up - Garth Brooks (played by Chris Leuzinger) Lick #7: 2005 - Awful, Beautiful Life - Darryl Worley (played by Brent Rowan) Lick #8: 2005 - Lot Of Leavin' Left To Do - Dierks Bentley (played by J.T. Corenflos and Bryan Sutton) Lick #9: 2005 - Alcohol - Brad Paisley Lick #10: 2015 - Nobody To Blame - Chris Stapleton ___ If you like free stuff I have a free book on country guitar at http://jimlillmusic.com/book. It's called "The Graphic Guide To Country Guitar" and it gives you some things to work on and tips+tricks for getting the craft of country guitar playing down. This video was made to get more people into playing country guitar by showing the history, important artists, monster guitarists, and licks that are within reach. There are plenty of beginner country guitar lessons on YouTube, but I wanted there to be a video that taught the things that would have made the process of learning country guitar easier when I was first getting into country guitar.
Be sure to visit http://www.activemelody.com to download the tablature and MP3 Jam track for this lesson. This lesson gives a brief overview of the major and minor pentatonic scales on the guitar, which are (in my opinion) the only 2 scales you really need to know well. You can play just about anything with these 2 scales (in fact, they're the only scales I know!). I give some examples using each scale and explain how the major pentatonic scale is the happier sounding scale, versus the minor pentatonic scale which is more sad (also referred to as the blues scale). Be sure to download the tablature and MP3 jam track for this lesson to practice these!
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Hi guys! Welcome to episode 285 part 1 of Learn that solo! Today we’ll look at the intro solo from ‘Little Wing’ by Jimi Hendrix. Tuning: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb This song actually changed my life… I knew I wanted to be a guitarist and musician and when I was 12 it was the first time I sat next to a record player trying to learn something by ear. Good times. Part 2 3 and 4 coming soon! Buy my 1st book ‘Ultimate Shred Machine’ on Amazon or through my Publishers (Fundamental Changes) directly! http://geni.us/USMPB http://www.fundamental-changes.com/book/ultimate-shred-machine/ SUPPORT ME ON PATREON!: https://www.patreon.com/chriszoupa UDEMY COURSES If you want to learn more about modes and modal scale usage check out Chris’ Udemy course ‘A Beginner’s Guide To Modes On The Guitar’. https://www.udemy.com/a-beginners-guide-to-modes-on-the-guitar/learn/v4/overview Ultimate Shred Machine! (Unlock your inner shred god!) https://www.udemy.com/ultimate-shred-machine-learn-shred-guitar-techniques/learn/v4/overview PS: Leave a comment, subscribe and like me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LearnThatSolo You can also follow me on Twitter! Chris Zoupa: @czoupashredguy CHECK OUT CHRIS’ SOLO PROJECT ‘SEVENTH DAN COUNTERFORCE’! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/seventhdancounterforce https://seventhdancounterforce.bandcamp.com/releases SKYPE LESSONS WITH CHRIS NOW AVAILABLE: please send an email to email@example.com and we can discuss further. Skype info in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nykB3YC6b6E&t=3s
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Today we are talking about how to use the pentatonic scale as a major vehicle to solo over major chord progressions in major keys. We are also going to examine to basic double stops that work their way back to the root in the style of Jimi Hendrix (think Wind Cries Mary for example) and than after that we are going to build of that.
One of the best ways to learn how to improve your solo with nods to your favorite style is identifying a base lick and building on it. So we are going to take the major pentatonic scale and make a base lick and than we are going to look at ways to build on it.
Feel free to use these ideas as well by changing the root from the C to the A and jam on these with the A minor pentatonic as well, in addition use the roots to transpose those ideas so you can really shred tasty double stop ideas in any major key!
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