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Having Fun Jamming on Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and More

Immigrant Song Mark Knopfler’s Amazing “Calling Elvis” Riff 51st Anniversary (Jimi Hendrix) This is interestingly enough probably one of Jimi’s least well-known songs, yet it’s always been my favorite Jimi song. Conclusion Hit me up anytime at vreny@zotzinmusic.com if you have any questions, or if you would like to book a lesson. These free lessons
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Fun Guitar and Rock Trivia

Fun Guitar and Rock Trivia Stories These following little tidbits aren’t only fun to know about, they also make you a better guitarist and musician. The Guthrie Govan Pick. Master guitarist Guthrie Govan, used to file serrated edges in his picks, so he could create cool sounds scraping the pick on the strings. Red Bear
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My Top 10 Favorite Guitar Rock Solos Of All Time

The Best Guitar Solos Ever These are the 10 guitar solos I have listened to a billion times and that I have never gotten tired of. Under A Glass Moon (Dream Theater) Venus Isle (Eric Johnson) Comfortably Numb (David Gilmour, Pink Floyd) Another Brick In The Wall (David Gilmour, Pink Floyd) Sometimes I Feel Like
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The Illusion That Our Fav Artists Got Great Without Training

The Illusion That Our Fav Artists Did not Have Musical Training We all like to hold on to the romantic notion that our favorite artists are “natural talents” who never took (or “needed”) music or guitar lessons to become that good. Believing that an artist is naturally born with those great songs in him, or
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Things We Can Learn From Johnny Guitar Watson

Things We Can Learn From Johnny Guitar Watson One of the forgotten heroes: Johnny “Guitar” Watson. Johnny Guitar Watson was born Feb 3rd, 1935 He passed away: May 17th, 1996 Things he is best known for: A pioneer and innovator of blues, R’nB and funk guitar Finger picked everything, mainly using his thumb to pick
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