In this lesson we will explore the changes of the famous jazz standard “All Of Me” that almost every jazz/pop/rock musician should know.
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).
Sunny jazz standard is one of the most famous jazz songs of all time. In this jazz fusion lesson I will show you some licks in the style of Greg Howe/Brett Garsed that you can use in every 2-5 progression and ideas that you can play over minor, major and altered dominant chords.
Learn to play the solos of one of the best rock songs of all time.
Hey guys, welcome to my Country Jam lesson! This lesson is fully inspired by great country pickers like Danny Gatton, Brent Mason, Albert Lee, Arlen Roth, Brad Paisley etc. It's full of chicken/hybrid picking while still keeping some nice melodies and phrases around. So grab your Tele and lets ride!
The legendary piece written for the motion picture 'Crossroads' (1986).
This interpretation is done by ear and the tablature from the 'Steve Vai - Selections from The Elusive Light & Sound Volume 1' songbook.
All the positions used are original as used by Steve Vai.
In this lesson we will study gypsy phrasing on the famous jazz standard "Blue Bossa". Many of the scales and licks can be used on every similar progression or 2/5 chord changes.
In this lesson we will study one of the Mozart's finest - the famous "Rondo alla Turca". I am using my own fingering and I also added an improvisation part.
Learn to play advanced sweep picking in triad and 7th chord arpeggios, combining left and right hand tapping and extensions.
This famous classical piece is a great exercise for your picking and legato technique. Check it out.
Learn to play Eddie Van Halen's amazing guitar solo on Michael Jackson's "Beat It".
This video is a compilation of my favorite country licks and phrases used by Brant Mason and Johnny Hilland.
In this lesson we will explore the fundamentals of gypsy jazz trough my arrangement of the famous Macedonian evergreen "Say why you left me" (Kazi zosto me ostavi).
If you like modern blues with a modal approach similar to the Robben Ford style then this might be the right lesson for you.
"Billie's Bounce" (also known as "Bill's Bounce") is a jazz composition written by Charlie Parker in 1945 in the form of a 12 bar jazz/blues in F. My “Billie’s Bounce” lesson is actually two lessons in one: the accompaniment and soloing. You will learn how to play walking bass with chords and how to solo over 12 bar...
Learn to play Stevie Ray's classic tune " Scuttle Buttin' " and improve your blues vocabulary and comping.
In this amazing piece written by my friend Muris Varajic, you will learn how to play lightning fast using speed (economy) picking, alternate picking and hybrid picking.
"I'll See You in My Dreams" is a famous song written by Isham Jones, lyrics by Gus Kahn, published in 1924. The song was also recorded by Django Reinhardt and the Quintet of the Hot Club of France, so this is Django's version of this beautiful tune followed by one progression of my solo.
This is the lesson covering my song called An Old Modern Time from my solo album Let It Out, released in 2006. It's a cool Neoclassic kind a piece with lot of alternate picking, string skipping, sweeping, few legato licks etc.
Get your pentatonic licks up to speed with these extended shapes, in the style of Paul Gilbert.