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Spicing Up Rhythm Parts with 6th Intervals

Spicing Up Rhythm Parts with 6th Intervals A great way to come up with awesome sounding rhythm guitar parts, is combining chord strums with melodic lines in 6ths. You can hear an amazing example of this in John Mayer’s song “Belief” Jimi Hendrix is another guitarist who came up with cool rhythm guitar parts using
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Use Chords You Know to Create 9th Chords

Use Chords You Know to Create 9th Chords An easy way to add a 9th to a chord, is by playing the chord in the scale that is up 3 letters from that chord, as a 7th chord. I know this sounds complicated when explained like this, but the examples will clear it all up.
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Fun Musician Drills, Cool Guitars and Some Humor

Fun Musician Drills, Cool Guitars and Some Humor Cool Improvisation Trick This is something I strongly encourage you to try out. Solo over one of your favorite songs or over a backing track, with an in position (7-note or pentatonic) scale, consistently leaving one string out. For example: solo with the root position A minor
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In-Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Bbmaj7

In Position Soloing Over Cmaj7 Gm7. This is a continuation of last week’s free lessons, which you can check here: Solo In Position over Cmaj7 Fm7. Check this blog first and check out all the pages that it links to. It will make everyting in today’s lesson easier to follow Today we’ll talk about some
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Jimi Hendrix Style Chordal Embellishments.

Jimi Hendrix Chordal Rhythm Guitar Style I occasionally get students who would like to learn rhythm guitar techniques of Jimi Hendrix. Jimi had a very pianistic approach to rhythm guitar, which found it’s origin in RnB. He just pushed it further to an entirely new level and made it his own. Here’s a ton of
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