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Guitar Lessons - Out In The Open - Intro and 'Fatherland' Lick
Out In The Open - Intro and "Fatherland" Lick
Al Joseph
Level: Advanced
Topic: Technique
Style: Rock
The Recut of my solo record "Out In The Open" will be out soon and ready for tour in the coming months. I thought now would be a great opportunity to give you a taste of what's to come! In this tutorial you'll find three licks that will keep you busy while you wait! These are my favorite tapping licks so far. Let me know what you think! For Lick No.1,...
Guitar Lessons - Out In The Open - 'Exile' Lick
Out In The Open - "Exile" Lick
Al Joseph
Level: Advanced
Topic: Technique
Style: Rock
For Lick No.2, we'll be learning a section from the song entitled "Exile". Pay close attention to the tablature and practice slowly. Keep the legato clean! The Recut of my solo record "Out In The Open" will be out soon and ready for tour in the coming months, so keep your eye out!
Guitar Lessons - Out In The Open - 'Desperate Times' Lick & Wrap Up
Out In The Open - "Desperate Times" Lick & Wrap Up
Al Joseph
Level: Advanced
Topic: Technique
Style: Rock
For Lick No.3, we'll be learning a section from the song entitled "Desperate Times". Pay close attention to the tablature and practice slowly. Keep the legato clean! The Recut of my solo record "Out In The Open" will be out soon and ready for tour in the coming months, so keep your eye out!
Guitar Lessons - Odd Meters - 5/4 Part 1
Odd Meters - 5/4 Part 1
Nick Granville
Level: Advanced
Topic: Rhythm
Style: Any Style
In this lesson I show how to approach playing in 5/4. Odd meters are not as scary as most people think if you have some kind of concept. This idea of this lesson is to give you that concept. I use the classic tune take 5 as an example and also my arrangement of DINDI as played by OTIS.  Here is a YouTube video of this arrangement being played by my gro...
Guitar Lessons - Odd Meters - 5/4 Part 2
Odd Meters - 5/4 Part 2
Nick Granville
Level: Advanced
Topic: Rhythm
Style: Any Style
In this lesson I show how to play my arrangement of Dindi in 5/4. The idea of this arrangement is to take a classic latin tune and make it into a 5/4 groove without using the Take 5 rhythm. This is acheived by reversing the pattern of take 5 e.g  instead of breaking the 5/4 bar up into 3+2 my arrangement does the reverse 2+3.  Here is a YouTube vi...
Guitar Lessons - Richie Kotzen Style Legato: Intro
Richie Kotzen Style Legato: Intro
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Rock
Hello hello! I hope everyone is well! This time around I thought I'd talk a little about legato playing, specifically some Richie Kotzen patterns I learned a long time ago that I still use in my playing today. Each pattern is meant to be more of an additive to your already existing legato licks. If you are just starting to use legato style playing then thi...
Guitar Lessons - Richie Kotzen Style Legato: Pattern 1
Richie Kotzen Style Legato: Pattern 1
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Rock
Alright this first pattern might be the most recognizable if you are familiar with Richie's playing, especially from the 1980's era Kotzen. This is the 6 note pattern I had mentioned in the last video. As you can see in the tab this can be approached as triplets or 16th notes. The most comfortable approach is to apply this as a triplet but I strongly encou...
Guitar Lessons - Richie Kotzen Style Legato: Pattern 2
Richie Kotzen Style Legato: Pattern 2
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Rock
This next pattern is a little trickier to feel. Since it is a group of 5 notes you'll be tempted and more likely to play this with a 5 notes per beat feel rather than the written 16th note feel. I recommend putting a metronome on 80 and really trying to play this pattern as straight 16th notes. It will feel slightly odd since the downbeat will happen on a d...
Guitar Lessons - Vibrato Bootcamp! - The Meter Is Your Friend
Vibrato Bootcamp! - The Meter Is Your Friend
Al Joseph
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Technique
Style: Rock
Most of us know what vibrato is. But do we understand how and where to place it? Are we even aware of the degree of attention proper vibrato requires? I've worked in and out of many music stores in my time I know there to be two types of vibrato; 1. Smooth, soothing and appropriate 2. Fast, buzzy, and over anticipated. We've all heard the difference with our...
Guitar Lessons - Vibrato Bootcamp! - Demo No.1
Vibrato Bootcamp! - Demo No.1
Al Joseph
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Technique
Style: Rock
This is a rhythm guitar exercise pulled from one of my tunes, "Fatherland". As you can see, I'm tweaking my vibrato in between lines in this section on the rhythm guitars. Also note that I only have time to move note "E" in one direction before I to play again. I'll A and B it for you in the demonstration.  See how this has become a nervous tick for me...
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Guitar Lessons - Hybrid Picking - Introduction

Hybrid Picking - Introduction

Hey everyone and welcome to this new tutorial on Hybrid Picking! For the uninitiated, Hybrid Picking i...

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