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Solo Blues Guitar Lesson on Electric Using The “Call and Response” Technique – EP235

In this week’s blues guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play a blues rhythm and lead (using the call and response technique) on electric guitar. This is played solo guitar (no accompaniment required). To view the Part 2 video and to download the tablature for this blues composition, visit https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/call-response-blues-guitar-lesson-solo-guitar-no-accompaniment-ep235/

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Steve Stine Guitar Lesson – Learn to Create a Melody Using Arpeggios

In this guitar lesson, Steve Stine teaches how to use Arpeggios to create a “melody” in your playing. This is a technique that many players use, from David Gilmour to Eric Johnson. We often think that Arpeggios are just used fast as in “sweeps”, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Melody often relies on the connection of the ...

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12 Bar Blues Bass Guitar Lesson Using Easy Major Triads EricBlackmonMusicHD

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Easy Guitar Chord Melody Using Open Chords

Chords don’t always have to involve static blocks of harmony. By introducing melodic lines into our guitar chord playing, we can create something far more unique and intricate. This lesson starts with the chords most of us learn as beginners – open position chords down at the first few frets. Please support fretjam: http://www.fretjam.com/support.html All we do is use a ...

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Using Pentatonic Scales – Bass Lesson with Scott Devine (L#50)

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Using Chord Shapes To Create Melodic Guitar Solos – Guitar Lesson – EP164

To watch the Part 2 video, as well as to download the tablature, and the 3 jam tracks (3 different keys) to practice this lesson, visit https://www.activemelody.com/lesson/create-melodic-guitar-solo-using-chord-voicings-arpeggios-ep164/?affid=youtube-nl&sid=ep164 In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn an easy way to use arpeggios to connect chord shapes, and how to use those chords shapes to enhance your lead guitar work (creating more melodic solos). ...

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