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One of best sounding and relatively easy techniques that make for great guitar sounds is string popping. Whether you’re playing some Stevie Wonder funk or chickin’ pickin’ a country song, this technique will add a unique color to your playing and should be in every guitar player’s bag of tricks.
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When Arkansas became a state in 1836 the "Arkansas Traveler" was its state song. "Arkansas Traveler" has gone on to become a standard bluegrass song played by Bill Monroe and Chet Atkins and commonly played at bluegrass jam sessions.
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This lesson shows you how to take standard chord forms and adjust them to create numerous melodies which are useful in a variety of styles from Rock to Jazz and Fingerstyle to Blues.
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Tired of playing the same old chord forms all the time over a progression. With a little creativity you can create amazing grooves that will make your guitar part stand out in any setting. This lesson gives you several techniques and ideas that can be applied to the blandest of chord changes. This lesson uses a simple R&B major 7th chord progression as a foundation.
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Chord substitutions are a great way for a guitarist to get an immediate change in the sound of his chords and soloing.
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Ever wanted to know how to get a great delay sound like U2? Here are some great tips for using your delay to build guitar part like “The Edge” (guitarist for U2). I’ll show you how to set your delay to the quarter note and the dotted eighth of the song’s tempo you are playing. Then, by using just a few notes, build a great sounding “Edge” like guitar part.
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Learn the classic foundational blues double stop and build your technique for the long run.
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One of the guitar legends of our day is the great Eric Johnson. Eric’s amazing speed and musicality changed the landscape of Rock guitar. His soloing is immediately recognizable by his use of open triads with large intervals. These “Eric Johnson Triads” can add color and depth to your guitar sound, and this lesson teaches these unmistakable triads and how to incorporate them to make great sounding solos!
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Here's a fingerstyle arrangement of this Christmas classic in the key of D. Arrangement by Steve Krenz.
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Here is a simple Fingerstyle arrangement of the Christmas classic Silent Night. The song is in the key of G and uses mostly open chord forms. Keep as many notes ringing as possible to give the song a flowing sound. Have fun working it up and playing it for friends and family over the holidays. Arrangement by Steve Krenz.
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