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For tabs: *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ_Bl/double-stop-bends.html In this lesson by Jody Worrell we'll learn a great blues lick.
21 Jun 2010
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View tabs at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ_Bl/muddy-like.html Muddy Waters Style Lick is a free online guitar lesson by Guy Fenocchi that will teach you a Mississippi Delta style blues lick. This riff is based on an E chord.
26 Feb 2009
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View tabs *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ3/progressive-big-band-chords.html Progessive Big Band Chords is a free jazz guitar lesson by Guy Fenocchi where you will learn how to play four variations of an F chord. Many times the chord names in a big band chord progession can be daunting. Luckily, instead of remembering what a Fmaj7#11 is you can use a more common chord as a substitute. We'll start with power chords and then progress on to harder barre chords and comping style chords.
28 Feb 2009
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View tabs *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ3/scott-henderson-free.html Scott Henderson Style Lick by Guy Fenocchi is a free guitar lesson for jazz guitar. You will learn a line made from the compact C Melodic Minor scale that is very similar to the way Scott Henderson approaches chord sounds. Guy will first discuss the melodic minor scale and some general concepts and then teach you the line. Be sure to try this idea over similar chord sounds.
28 Feb 2009
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A solo jazz guitar performance by Guy Fenocchi. View all of Guy's guitar lessons at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/authors/guy-fenocchi.html
4 Mar 2009
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View tabs for this lesson *******www.freeguitarvideos****/bass/5/5-muting.html 5 String Bass Right Hand Technique is a free video lesson by Russ Rodgers that demonstrates muting techniques and proper right hand form for play playing a five string bass with a two finger picking technique. The exercises in this video will quickly and efficiently improve your right hand technique and eliminate the ringing sound caused by the unused strings.
22 May 2009
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View tabs for this lesson at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/bass/6/6-muting.html 6 String Bass Right Hand Technique is a free video lesson by Russ Rodgers that you will teach you proper muting and right hand technique for playing a 6 string bass with a two finger picking technique. This collection of drills will help you automatically dampen the strings you aren't playing and eliminate extra noise.
5 Mar 2009
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View tabs for this lesson at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ_Bl/t-bone-free.html T Bone Turnaround is a free video guitar lesson by Guy Fenocchi that will teach you how to play a blues turnaround lick. T-Bone Walker helped define Texas Blues with his distinctive guitar solos. In this lesson Guy will teach you how to play a T-Bone Walker inspired turnaround lick.
8 Apr 2009
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Find tabs for this lick at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/southern-rock/southern-rock-lick.html . Southern Rock Lick is a free online video guitar lesson by Jody Worrell that will teach you how to play lick in the key of D. The use of doublestops and syncopation in this lick really give it the feel of a Lynyrd Skynyrd riff.
12 May 2009
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View the tab for this lick at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ_Bl/beginner-turnaround.html Beginning Blues Turnaround by Jody Worrell is a free blues guitar video lesson where you will learn a lick that is played over the last two bars of a blues progression. We will play the lick over a 12 bar blues in E. Jody will teach you how to play this classic lick and then you'll practice playing it in rhythm. You can play this turnaround on an electric or acoustic guitar.
17 Jun 2009
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A solo guitar performance of Thelonious Monk's Round Midnight by Guy Fenocchi. See more at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/authors/guy-fenocchi.html
25 Apr 2009
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View tab for this lesson at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ_Bl/g-mixolydian.html G Mixolydian and Triads by Guy Fenocchi is a free guitar lesson that will teach you the G Mixolydian Scale and three major triads that come directly out of it. Guy will then show you some soloing ideas over a G7 chord. To learn more about these concepts check out Improvising with Simple Blues in G.
25 Apr 2009
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View tab & chord charts *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ_Bl/12-bar-blues.html How to Play the 12 Bar Blues by Jody Worrell is a free online video guitar lesson teaching one of the basic fundamentals of blues. You'll learn how to play a 12 Bar Blues in the key of E. We'll first cover the chords that make up this progression (E7, A7, B7). Next you'll learn the order and length to play each of the chords. After you've got the rhyhm down you can spice things up by adding a turnaround lick over the last two measures of the progression.
9 May 2009
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View tab for this lick at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ2/albert-lee-free2.html Albert Lee Style Lick 2 by Jody Worrell is a free video guitar lesson that will teach you how to play a country guitar lick. This lick is in the style of country great Albert Lee and can be played at a blazing speed with practice. The lick is in the key of A, features double stops, and works for an electric or acoustic guitar.
16 Nov 2009
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View tab for this lick *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ_Bl/blues-lick-e.html Blues Lick in E by Jody Worrell is a free online video guitar lesson for blues guitar. You will learn a lick that features vibrato and whole step bends. This lick has a real classic sound and it work great in slow blues groove.
7 Jun 2009
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See tabs for this lesson at *******www.freeguitarvideos****/LJ3/rhythmic-variation.html Jazz Blues Rhythmic Variation is a free jazz guitar video lesson by Guy Fenocchi on playing lead jazz guitar. We'll take a a simple jazz line, keep the melodic structure, and then variate the rhythm. Using three lines in G, C, D we'll apply this idea of variation in the context of a 12 bar blues. If you continue to practice this concept it will become very natural to use.
20 Nov 2009
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