USA: 1-800-4GIBSON
Europe: 00+8004GIBSON1
GibsonProductsStore24/7 SupportNews-LifestyleLessonsCommunity
Arlen Roth Lessons
Results Per Page
Artist:
Arlen Roth
Comments:
(0)
Rating:
Not Rated
Bending two notes at a time is an art form many guitarists don't try to conquer. But in this lesson you'll see how there is really no mystery to it.
Related Categories:
Artist:
Arlen Roth
Comments:
(0)
Rating:
Not Rated
Stevie Ray Vaughan in many ways followed in Jimi Hendrix’s footsteps, and loved to emulate many elements of Jimi’s style of playing. For one, he loved to tune down like Hendrix did. Also, by playing with a rhythm section (Double Trouble) similar to Jimi’s, Vaughan was able to create similarly “large” sounding rhythm parts that could really fill up the sound.
Related Categories:
Artist:
Arlen Roth
Comments:
(0)
Rating:
Not Rated
These are fairly unusual and you don’t see them taught very often. I’m doing two types of bends today, three if you count all the positions.
Related Categories:
Artist:
Arlen Roth
Comments:
(0)
Rating:
Not Rated
Here's one of my favorite positions when it comes to making the guitar sound like a pedal steel.
Related Categories:
Artist:
Arlen Roth
Comments:
(0)
Rating:
Not Rated
It involves the "tri-tone" theory, wherein the seventh and third, become the third and seventh from the I to the IV chord, but more importantly, it's a very deft and acrobatic way of playing a three-note pedal steel riff on the guitar that has movable parts!
Related Categories:
There are no lessons matching your criteria.