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Hybrid picking soloing
Hybrid picking soloing
by Damjan-Pejcinoski | 15 October 2010
Difficulty: Advanced
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).
$5.00
217 sales
Modes For You - Part 2
Modes For You - Part 2
by Muris_Varajic | 03 June 2011
Difficulty: Advanced
This lesson covers 3 modes (A Mixolydian, A Dorian and A Ionian) over simple chord progression (A7, D7 and E7). It uses alternate picking, economy picking, hybrid picking, legato etc.
$4.60
13 sales
Modern approach of II V I
Modern approach of II V I
by Anouck-Andre | 01 January 2012
Difficulty: Intermediate
This lesson will help you to spice your approach of one of the most important point in jazz and fusion playing, the II V I. 5 licks are shown and explained using modern ideas of thinking and playing. Interesting points of harmony like diatonic substitution are tackled.
$4.50
10 sales
Skippy - Hybrid Skipping - Part 1
Skippy - Hybrid Skipping - Part 1
by Andy-Constantinou | 21 February 2012
Difficulty: Intermediate/Advanced
'Skippy' is a short original piece that covers the technique most notably fashioned by Paul Gilbert; string skipping. Highlighting the major, minor and diminished shapes whilst incorporating hybrid picking to provide an easier route to achieving high speed and fluency.
$5.00
0 sales
Goodbye - Solo Construction - Part 1
Goodbye - Solo Construction - Part 1
by Andy-Constantinou | 27 February 2012
Difficulty: Intermediate
"Goodbye" covers a 20 bar solo over a punk/rock progression. The first aim of demonstration is some simple, yet effective pentatonic ideas and extra note choice. Another highlight is how to build your solo through "gears", building up to the fast flashy stuff, which is essential for a coherent & interesting structure
$5.00
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Guitar Rock Soloing Techniques
Guitar Rock Soloing Techniques
by Gabe-Dovaston | 12 August 2012
Difficulty: Intermediate/Advanced
This Lesson contains a wide range of techniques such as hybrid picking, advanced tapping, alternate and economy picking as well as the usual bluesy licks all crammed into a short rock solo. Its catchy, melodic and hopefully it will spark some ideas. Thanks for checking it out!
$5.00
7 sales
Country Dirt
Country Dirt
by Gabe-Dovaston | 17 September 2012
Difficulty: Intermediate/Advanced
This Lesson combines some classic country licks with a modern rock styled guitar approach.
$5.50
9 sales
Outside Arp Idea
Outside Arp Idea
by Fabian-Ratsak | 30 April 2014
Difficulty: Intermediate
Hey Guys, Here is a Outside Arp Idea i created its played over a Am 7 Vamp the concepts that are used Am7 arp to a a B major arp than am arp and a typical shred rock blues phrase Have fun Cheers
$0.00
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Fusion Guitar Licks
Fusion Guitar Licks
by Andor-Osztrogonac | 09 August 2014
Difficulty: Intermediate
In this lesson I'm sharing with you some modern Fusion licks. These licks are in the key of A minor, and most of them based around the A Dorian scale, using some legato technique and hybrid picking as well.
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Dorian Fusion Lick
Dorian Fusion Lick
by Andor-Osztrogonac | 24 August 2014
Difficulty: Beginner/Intermediate
Hi everyone! This is my first free lesson. In this lesson I'm going to show you a Dorian Fusion Lick based around the A Dorian scale using mixed legato and hybrid picking technique. I hope you'll enjoy it.
$0.00
140 sales
"Funk Fusion Soloing"
by Mat_87 | 23 September 2016
Difficulty: Intermediate/Advanced
Hi guys! In this lesson I want to show you ho to improvise over a C7 Mixolydian vamp using different scales, modes and alterations. The main goal is to improve the phrasing and the groove. Enjoy! Matteo
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