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Guitar Lessons - AJ's Licks of The Month - Intro & Overview
AJ's Licks of The Month - Intro & Overview
Al Joseph
Level: Crazy!
Topic: Technique
Style: Metal
Hello everyone and welcome! For this tutorial we'll be learning 4 fun yet challenging licks. Before we get to the licks, in this video I'm going to be discussing alternate picking, subdivisions, and practicing techniques I've used. When you're ready for the chaos, head on over to the next page for Lick 1!
Guitar Lessons - AJ's Licks of The Month - Lick 1
AJ's Licks of The Month - Lick 1
Al Joseph
Level: Crazy!
Topic: Technique
Style: Metal
Alright, let's tackle Lick 1. Remember: 1. Analyze the accuracy of both hands. The idea is to find a way to make them work together smoothly. Take your time and DON'T force it. 2. Practice using subdivisions. Set the metronome low and increase by subdivision. This way you're covering not only increments of speed, but also musical situations seeing as each...
Guitar Lessons - AJ's Licks of The Month - Lick 2
AJ's Licks of The Month - Lick 2
Al Joseph
Level: Crazy!
Topic: Technique
Style: Metal
Here we are for Lick 2! Remember: 1. Analyze the accuracy of both hands. The idea is to find a way to make them work together smoothly. Take your time and DON'T force it. 2. Practice using subdivisions. Set the metronome low and increase by subdivision. This way you're covering not only increments of speed, but also musical situations seeing as each subdi...
Guitar Lessons - AJ's Licks of The Month - Lick 3
AJ's Licks of The Month - Lick 3
Al Joseph
Level: Crazy!
Topic: Technique
Style: Metal
Lick 3! Remember: 1. Analyze the accuracy of both hands. The idea is to find a way to make them work together smoothly. Take your time and DON'T force it. 2. Practice using subdivisions. Set the metronome low and increase by subdivision. This way you're covering not only increments of speed, but also musical situations seeing as each subdivision will "fee...
Guitar Lessons - AJ's Licks of The Month - Lick 4 & Wrap Up
AJ's Licks of The Month - Lick 4 & Wrap Up
Al Joseph
Level: Crazy!
Topic: Technique
Style: Metal
Final lick, Lick 4. Stay tuned to the end of the video for a final wrap-up. Remember: 1. Analyze the accuracy of both hands. The idea is to find a way to make them work together smoothly. Take your time and DON'T force it. 2. Practice using subdivisions. Set the metronome low and increase by subdivision. This way you're covering not only increments of spe...
Guitar Lessons - Triplet Fun! - Introduction
Triplet Fun! - Introduction
Chris Feener
Level: Advanced
Topic: Rhythm
Style: Any Style
Hey everyone! This month, we're taking a look at triplets. Triplets (like any other tuplet) offer a very distinct rhythmic sound. The focus of this month's tutorial is taking our triplet runs to the next level; creating sub-divisions within a triplet phrase. I've devised six different approaches to a descending pattern in Am, using groupings of three, four, ...
Guitar Lessons - Triplet Fun! - Threes, Fours and Fives
Triplet Fun! - Threes, Fours and Fives
Chris Feener
Level: Advanced
Topic: Rhythm
Style: Any Style
Threes For the first exercise, we're just descending in groups of three - down three, up one, down three, up one, etc. This is a fairly common descending approach to scalar passages. Fours Here, we get our first taste of "playing over the bar line", It's crucial to practice these licks to a metronome. Without a metronome, it's VERY easy to fall into feeli...
Guitar Lessons - Triplet Fun! - Sixes, Sevens and Nines
Triplet Fun! - Sixes, Sevens and Nines
Chris Feener
Level: Advanced
Topic: Rhythm
Style: Any Style
Sixes Groups of sixes in a triplet feel should feel and sound rather natural due to it being a mutiple of three. The lick itself is a tad tricky due to the quick "back and forth" motion, but keep in mind that we're descending from the highest note/descending 6, second highest note/descending 6, third highest note/descending 6, etc.) Sevens Much like fives...
Guitar Lessons - Modern Metal Rhythm Guitar - Intro
Modern Metal Rhythm Guitar - Intro
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Metal
Hello once again! We'll finally be breaking down the riffs in the "modern metal" tune I've written for you guys! It's about time! I know! :) First off, you'll need to tune your guitar to dropped C: C - G - C - F - A - D In this tune we have 4 main riffs and a quick outro riff (along with a solo that will be broken down in the next tutorial). In the firs...
Guitar Lessons - Modern Metal Rhythm Guitar - Riff 1
Modern Metal Rhythm Guitar - Riff 1
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Metal
The first riff is what I call my "groove riff". Now this is not your typical groove riff because we don't have much rhythmic variation. In this case, we have a tremelo picked riff that has an underlying half-time double kick part. The half-time feel in the drums gives it that groove feel.  Theoretically these riffs are all interchangable and the main f...
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Guitar Lessons - 7-String Metal Riffs - Performance

7-String Metal Riffs - Performance

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