Key of A MinorCategory
Here’s a quick break down for each of this week’s licks:
Lick 25: Alternate Picked Sextuplets
Still in A Dorian but using sextuplets a..
This classic (and very challenging) solo is from Deep Purple’s In Rock album. It’s an album full of amazing solos and this solo is the piè..
As I’m still rocking a broken wrist (a minor break, so next week I should be without the cast!), I’ve gone for a short and relatively simp..
This week’s solo is based around the both the A Minor Pentatonic and the A Aeolian Mode and includes Pentatonic Double Stop Bends, Pinched..
Here’s something completely different to what I usually do! This week we have no backing track, and we’re looking at a short Flamenco piec..
Hey guys, something a bit heavier than usual for this week! Randy Rhoads was Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist back in the early 80’s before his l..
This is a continuation of a lesson I did a few months ago, find it here.
Here’s a quick breakdown of what’s going on:
The backing track for this one is pretty simple, it’s just two chords, Am7 and D7, being repeated. These chords go hand in hand with the A..
The backing track for this solo was inspired by the mighty ‘Kashmir’, but using standard tuning to keep things nice and simple. The solo i..
This cheeky little number uses a backing track in the style of Minor Swing by the great Django Reinhardt. The piece is edging into advance..