Ranking high on the “How’d he do that?” roster is Mick Ralphs’ rhythm guitar part to Bad Company’s “Can’t Get Enough.”
Rob Michael of the Atmos Trio sent in this morsel.
Picture if you will , a major second interval on the top two strings anywhere above the 15th fret, and then play it.
“This lick is influenced by Frank Gambale and Jimi Hendrix and is based on the E minor pentatonic scale,” says Three Degrees guitarist Nick ...
Jude Gold shows you how to play the piano part from Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" on guitar, plus a bonus harmonics lesson.
James Santiago explains how he learned the cascade from "Jerry's Breakdown" and tells you how to play it.
Jude Gold shows you a bunch a cool licks to quickly improve your playing.
GP's Quick Licks deliver snappy paths to new ideas and techniques.
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