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A warm-up application using major scale patterns spanning the guitar neck. Part 5 of 5. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to http://www.ivideosongs.com/search/tutorials.aspx
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A warm-up application using major scale patterns spanning the guitar neck. Part 4 of 5. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to http://www.ivideosongs.com/search/tutorials.aspx
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A warm-up application using major scale patterns spanning the guitar neck. Part 3 of 5. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to http://www.ivideosongs.com/search/tutorials.aspx
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A warm-up application using major scale patterns spanning the guitar neck. Part 2 of 5. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to http://www.ivideosongs.com/search/tutorials.aspx
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A warm-up application using major scale patterns spanning the guitar neck. Part 1 of 5. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to http://www.ivideosongs.com/search/tutorials.aspx
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A very challenging progressive rock adaptation of power chords in D minor using slides, pull-offs, and open strings.
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A beginning slide technique tutorial from Sister Hazel guitarist Ryan Newell. Videos here are in parts - for free downloads of the full, uncut, high quality videos, go to http://www.ivideosongs.com/search/tutorials.aspx
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Get this full lesson at: http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/rock/electric-guitar/she-will-be-loved/maroon-5/6290.aspx She Will Be Loved was recorded by Maroon 5 on the 2004 album Songs About Jane. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to play the melodic chord groove and overdubbed fills from this slow tempo hit. She Will Be Loved is an example of relatively simple guitar parts that combine to produce a full, rich texture. Played on a capoed electric guitar, this song features barre chords, slide, fingerstyle playing, and arpeggiation in a layered sound that will give intermediate-level players creative inspiration for their own songwriting.
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Get this full lesson at: http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/rock/electric-guitar/you-give-love-a-bad-name/bon-jovi/7840.aspx You Give Love a Bad Name was recorded by Bon Jovi on the 1986 album Slippery When Wet. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to play the rhythm and lead guitar parts for this #1 Bon Jovi hit. All parts of the song are explained and demonstrated including the guitar solo and lead fills in the intro and outro sections of the song. This song is played on an electric guitar in Down a Half Step Tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all video segments.
  • 24 Feb 2009
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Wanted Dead or Alive was recorded by Bon Jovi on their 1986 album Slippery When Wet. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to play the electric and acoustic guitar parts from one of the band's Top 10 hits. All segments of the song are demonstrated and explained including the song's signature arpeggiated acoustic intro, electric guitar solo, and lead fills. This song is played on an electric and acoustic guitar in standard tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all video segments.
  • 10 Sep 2008
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Get this full lesson at: http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/country/acoustic-guitar/the-good-stuff/kenny-chesney/3060.aspx The Good Stuff was played on Kenny Chesney's 2002 release of, No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems, The Good Stuff is a great song to develop your technique for picking between strings or working with strumming patterns and open chord transitions. iVideosongs instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to master its classic country style rhythm pattern with arpeggiated chords in medium tempo. The Good Stuff is an intermediate-level tune played on an acoustic guitar in standard tuning.
  • 10 Sep 2008
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Get this full lesson at: http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/rock/electric-guitar/rikki-dont-loose-that-number/steely-dan/7810.aspx Rikki Don't Lose That Number was recorded by Steely Dan on their 1974 album Pretzel Logic. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to play the electric and acoustic guitar parts from this jazz/rock classic. All segments of the song are thoroughly instructed, including the guitar solo and all lead fills. This song is played on an electric and acoustic guitar in standard tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all video segments.
  • 10 Sep 2008
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Get this full lesson at: http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/rock/electric-guitar/my-favorite-mistake/sheryl-crow/3130.aspx My Favorite Mistake was recorded by Sheryl Crow on the 1998 album The Globe Sessions. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to play the complete electric guitar part including rhythms, arpeggios, and lead fills from one of Sheryl Crow's Top 20 singles. Beginner-level players will be challenged by these rhythm parts as many of the chords use a barre technique in the left hand along with hammer-ons and arpeggiation. My Favorite Mistake is a great song to tackle for ideas on embellishing chords in a rhythmically interesting way. This song is played on an electric guitar in standard tuning.
  • 10 Sep 2008
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Get this full lesson at: http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/rock/electric-guitar/hit-me-with-your-best-shot/pat-benatar/7680.aspx Hit Me With Your Best Shot was recorded by Pat Benatar on her 1980 album Crimes of Passion. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Rob Schumann shows you how to play the rhythm parts and guitar solo from this early 80's hit. While beginner-level players will find the power-chord-based rhythm parts quite accessible, intermediate-level players will find the original guitar solo from the recording to be a fun challenge. This medium-tempo song is played on an electric guitar in standard tuning.
  • 10 Sep 2008
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Get this full lesson at: http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/rock/electric-guitar/fortunate-son/creedence-clearwater-revival/7830.aspx Fortunate Son was recorded by Creedence Clearwater Revival on the 1969 album Willy and the Poor Boys. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to play the "swamp rock" sound that characterizes John Fogerty's guitar work in much of the CCR catalog, including all rhythm parts and lead fills. This song is played on two electric guitars in Down a Whole Step Tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all video segments.
  • 10 Sep 2008
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Get this full lesson at: http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/rock/electric-guitar/dont-fear-the-reaper/blue-oyster-cult/7800.aspx (Don't Fear) the Reaper was recorded by Blue Oyster Cult on their 1976 album Agents of Fortune. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Rob Schumann shows you how to play the rhythm and lead guitar parts from Blue Oyster Cult's biggest hit. Along with the song's primary arpeggio-based riff, Rob demonstrates and explains the guitar solo and all lead fills in thorough detail. This song is played on two electric guitars in standard tuning. Tablature and chord grids are included for all video segments.
  • 10 Sep 2008
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Get this full lesson at http://www.ivideosongs.com/song/rock/acoustic-guitar/baby-i-love-your-way/peter-frampton/6210.aspx Baby I Love Your Way was recorded by Peter Frampton on his self-titled 1975 album, Frampton. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows how to play the chord progression for one of the rock icon’s most beloved songs. Using open chords along with a unique descending fretboard pattern, this song achieves a sophisticated sound with very approachable chord fingerings. Beginning-level guitarists will benefit from tackling the barre chords and unique fingerings in this slow tempo song played on an acoustic steel string guitar in standard tuning.
  • 10 Sep 2008
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