This is a continuation of last week’s lesson. Here’s a breakdown of what’s going on:
This phrase shows that you only need to ad..
Ok, so the backing track isn’t really traditional 12-bar Blues, but the licks therein could be described as bluesy. These 3 licks primaril..
This lesson is actually based on the guitar style of the late, great David Williams. With his super-clean and compressed funk guitar licks..
This is a continuation of last week’s lesson here.
Here’s a breakdown of what’s going on:
Sometimes when the harmony of a so..
After many years using Guitar Pro 5, I’ve finally made the move to Guitar Pro 7. I saw a recent 20% off deal and felt I had no excuse.
Ronny Jordan sadly passed away a few years ago, but left in his wake a wonderful repertoire. Originally from London, UK, this cat became k..
A legend around Washington D.C. for years, Danny played a high-octane mix of Blues, Country, Jazz, Rockabilly, and Rock ‘n’ Roll. Unfortun..
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 we’re trying something easier for obvious reasons (in case you haven’t watched the video yet – I broke my wrist!). The title has..
This track has a Steve Lukather influence. I have tried to keep things very melodic here, and hopefully show you how to develop melodic id..