Part 1 of 2. In this lesson series you’ll learn how to play a jam in the key of D that works on acoustic or electric guitar. This lesson focuses on rhythm and dynamics.
In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn some new licks and rhythms that you can play in a 2 chord jam session. This lesson is a continuation of EP045
In this guitar lesson you’ll learn how to have a mini jam session with yourself on acoustic guitar (played with a pick).
Learn to play a Peter Green style rock blues guitar on electric guitar.
In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play an up-tempo bluesy funk rhythm that sounds good on either electric or acoustic guitar.
In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn 3 useful blues guitar licks that were derived from the minor pentatonic scale. All 3 of these licks come from only 6 notes within the minor pentatonic scale.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to play a slow BB King style ballad in the key of C
Learn how to play a Steve Cropper inspired guitar rhythm, and an Eric Clapton inspired lead in this lesson
In this guitar lesson, I’ll show you how to play an original fingerstyle composition (no accompaniment required). This can be played on acoustic or electric guitar.
Learn how to play 3 turnarounds and transpose them to play them in different keys