If you're new to tapping, this lesson will show you the basic technique and some common triad shapes in the early style of Randy Rhoads and Eddie Van Halen.
This lesson is about establishing a selection of arpeggios that we can use to superimpose over a minor 7 chord when improvising. There are some cool licks you can use and it will help you make your own.
Lesson in hybrid picking over a boogie blues progression. This lesson contains almost all you should know about hybrid picking (using the pick, M (third) and A (fourth) finger of the right hand).
This lesson is focused on soloing over a chromatic chord progression. You will learn Pentatonic, Dorian and Chromatic licks, sweeping triads, bending with tapping and much more. Check it out!
Well known theme, play it on guitar!
In this lesson i want to show you some interesting ideas and concepts to create strong blues phrasing concepts in: major minor pentatonic, m6 pentatonic, feel, bending. Enjoy!
A song to practice two hand, 8 finger tapping
This package is aimed at intermediate level players who want to expand their improvisational vocabulary. The Dorian mode is explained in detail in the included lesson write-up, alongside the 6 great licks featured in the main video.
This song, written by The Offspring, was featured on the album “Ixnay on the Hombre” which came out in 1997. It is a fairly fast punk rock song typical of the 90’s punk rock bands.
Concepts in the lydian mode : bending, tapping, arps, harmonics
A few nice concepts to spice up the rock soloing vocabulary. Includes: tapping, legato, bending, tapped bendings
This song was my entry for Guitar Idol III. It involves some of my favourite rock techniques and licks, and it will improve your alternate picking, tapping, and string skipping, as well as develop stamina in your right hand, thanks to the prolonged wide stretches.
Hi and welcome to my next tutorial - "Ballad style solo". In this lesson I would like to show you some melodic phrasing ideas for a ballad feel.
This lesson focuses on combining advanced techniques for solos. You'll learn to use legato, sweeping , tapping, picking, string skipping, bending, vibrato and tremolo arm.
This song is great example of rhythmic phrasing in a standard punk rock song. The drums are quite tasteful, and the guitars use various rhythms of eighth and sixteenth note values.