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How To Play The Kinks Sunny Afternoon

How To Play The Kinks “Sunny Afternoon” This is a really well-written song. The song incorporates interesting composition techniques, has great melodies, a nice rhythmic groove, it modulates back and forth between the keys of D minor and D major, has nice bass lines, hybrid chords, great instrumentation… a little bit of everything. You can
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Favorite Guitar Rig Rundowns & Cara Delevingne

Favorite Guitar Rig Rundowns & Cara Delevingne It’s always fun to see which guitars, amps and pedals some of the top famous guitarists play. There’s also a lot to learn from hearing them or their guitar techs talk about the equipment choices and decisions. Here are some of my favorite rig rundowns. Brian May Guthrie
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 2020 Is Going To Be Amazing!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We’ll take a little break from free lessons and blogging, and will be back mid January 2020 I remember starting 2019 with this sense of renewed energy and tons of good intentions. One of those intentions I felt strongly about, was to make EVERY lesson for EVERY student in
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The Jimi Hendrix Chord

The E7#9 Jimi Hendrix Chord Some people would call this a “jazz chord” 🙂 We musicians of course (should) know better: we know there is no such thing called “jazz chords”. There’s only stacking 3rd intervals. When you keep stacking 3rds above the 7th in the chord, you get chords with tensions, which jazz musicians
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Shawn Lane: One of My All-Time Favorite Guitarists

Shawn Lane: One of My All-Time Favorite Guitarists If I would have to narrow my list of 10 favorite guitar players down to only 3, Shawn Lane would definitely make the top 3. He’s been one of my favorite guitar players since the day I was lucky to see him perform live in the Frankfurter
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