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Guitar Lessons - 'Road Signs' - Playthrough
"Road Signs" - Playthrough
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Fusion
Hi Guys! Welcome to the tutorial! This time around we'll be breaking down the meoldy from my tune "Road Signs". Proceed to the following videos and we will begin the learning!
Guitar Lessons - 'Road Signs' - Intro
"Road Signs" - Intro
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Fusion
So I thought I'd fill you guys in a little bit on the back story of this tune. The thought process behind it was inspired specifically by three different players and two specific tunes. I originally came up with the beginning of the melody after seeing a lesson from Scott Henderson. In the lesson, he spoke about using stacked 5ths, in turn creating a chord...
Guitar Lessons - 'Road Signs' - Breakdown Part 1
"Road Signs" - Breakdown Part 1
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Fusion
We'll start off the breakdown by discussing the first two bars of this melody. It starts off with the stacked 5th idea that originally took from Scott Henderson. This first part is outlining an Amin11 chord. You can see this in the first 6 notes. The notes are played in this order: 1 - 5 - 9 - b3 - b7 - 11   OR   A - E - B - C - G - D  As yo...
Guitar Lessons - 'Road Signs' - Breakdown Part 2
"Road Signs" - Breakdown Part 2
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Fusion
Now we will move onto the next two bars of the main melody. Here we are outling a Dmin7 chord with some added extensions. I'm starting with the same type of stacked 5ths idea that leads into further arpeggiations. At this point we've learned half of the main melody. On to the next video!
Guitar Lessons - 'Road Signs' - Breakdown Part 3
"Road Signs" - Breakdown Part 3
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Fusion
At this point we are at what sounds like a repeat but actually it is a variation on the main idea. What I've done is added an odd time signature of 3/4 to the first half and then changed the melody slightly on the second half. The main thing to notice is the bar of 3/4. This will appear at the 3rd measure.
Guitar Lessons - 'Road Signs' - Breakdown Part 4
"Road Signs" - Breakdown Part 4
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Fusion
Now we'll move on to what I guess you could call the B section of this tune. It's a simllar idea, seeing that there are still the continuous 8th notes happening during the melody, but now we'll modulate to the key of Bb Lydian. The first run outlines an Am chord and then it moves into the Bb Lydian idea. After that you'll hear the Melodic Minor come into ...
Guitar Lessons - 'Road Signs' - Breakdown Part 5
"Road Signs" - Breakdown Part 5
Mike Salow
Level: Advanced
Topic: Cool Riffs
Style: Fusion
The final runs are the funnest part! We'll start of with a triplet run through the Dm7b5 arpeggio.  After that, moving onto an F dorian run and finally leading into an E augmented run that emphasises the E7 alt chord that is taking place.  Keep in mind that the very last lick can be improvised in any manner that you would like. I've included the...
Guitar Lessons - Time Feel Concepts - Intro
Time Feel Concepts - Intro
Al Joseph
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Technique
Style: Rock
In this tutorial, we are going to use the various subdivisions of 4/4 time to improve on our sense of time. Here are the subdivisions broken down: 1/4 Note, 1/4 Note Triplets, 1/8 Note, 1/8 Note Triplets, 1/16 Note, 1/16 Note Triplets Let's begin...
Guitar Lessons - Time Feel Concepts - The Concept
Time Feel Concepts - The Concept
Al Joseph
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Technique
Style: Rock
In this lesson I've provided two examples to show you how these subdivisions sound against time and how I sum them all into ascending and descending order! Here are the subdivisions broken down: 1/4 Note, 1/4 Note Triplets, 1/8 Note, 1/8 Note Triplets, 1/16 Note, 1/16 Note Triplets
Guitar Lessons - Time Feel Concepts - Module 1
Time Feel Concepts - Module 1
Al Joseph
Level: Intermediate
Topic: Technique
Style: Rock
Here's a scalar idea in Phrygian Dominant. Note that I'm playing these unrehearsed and in real time. So the tabs might be slightly different. This is fine as long as you understand the overall concept of what I'm trying to do and can apply it to your own practice! Here are the subdivisions broken down: 1/4 Note, 1/4 Note Triplets, 1/8 Note, 1...
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Guitar Lessons - Funk-Rock Solo Lick - Demonstration

Funk-Rock Solo Lick - Demonstration

In this lesson, I provide a sample lead lick over a backing for a track off of my band's old album. The...

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