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How To : Play rock solos on electric guitar

Learn to play rock solos using the pentatonic scale. Visit http://betweenthelicks.com/rock-guitar/building-rock-solos-with-jam-tracks to find the tabs and play along with a basic jam track.

How To : Play a rock solo on the electric guitar

Want to play lead guitar in a rock band? Well first you have to learn techniques from the professionals. This guitar lesson from Siggi Mertens teaches you how to play a rock solo on the electric guitar. Once you get a hang of these popular guitar chords and tunes, you can star ...more

How To : Play electric guitar blues like Stevie Ray Vaughn

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How To : Play blues on an electric guitar like Gary Moore

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How To : Play blues rock guitar like Gary Moore

Do you dream of standing on stage in front of millions of fans with a guitar in your hand? You could make this dream come true, if only you could play the guitar! This guitar tutorial series from Robert Renman teaches you the basics of guitar playing along with a few beginner ...more

How To : Play vibrato for blues style electric guitar

Want to play lead guitar in a rock band? Well, you have to learn how to play the blues first. Most popular rock songs have roots in the blues guitar style of playing. This blues guitar lesson teaches you the basics of the three styles of vibrato. Vibrato is a common problem fo ...more

How To : Play rock and blues solo guitar riffs

When you're in a band it's important to sound in tune with the rest of your band and to compliment your bandmates rather than stand out too much. And while for the most part that's true, if you're the lead guitarist then there will frequently be times where you'll be spotlight ...more

How To : Play flowing arpeggios on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play wah-wah effects on an electric guitar

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How To : Play blues on an electric guitar like Jimi Hendrix

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How To : Play lead guitar licks on the electric guitar

While we'd love to say that all the members of a rock band are important to how the group performs, we have to admit it: the lead guitarist generally has the best gig. With blazing, fast licks that make our heart go all aflutter, the best and most catchy melodies in the song, ...more

How To : Play Mixolydian mode riffs on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play Phrygian mode riffs on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play Locrian mode riffs on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play Lydian mode riffs on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play warm-up exercises on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play a simple melodic riff on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play two lead guitar licks on the electric guitar

While we'd love to say that all the members of a rock band are important to how the group performs, we have to admit it: the lead guitarist generally has the best gig. With blazing, fast licks that make our heart go all aflutter, the best and most catchy melodies in the song, ...more

How To : Play the rock/blues scale on the guitar with tabs

You know your piano player friends who practice their basic piano scales daily even though they're already well advanced and can play Rachmaninoff like no one's business? It may seem absurd to need to do such simple practicing at all, but scale exercises are the best thing you ...more

How To : Play an atonal, chromatic riff on electric guitar

Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, that they are not so much about rote repetition as making available to the guitarist ...more

How To : Play an A minor funk riff on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play two-bar bossa nova pattern on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play an A minor pentatonic riff on electric guitar

Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, that they are not so much about rote repetition as making available to the guitarist ...more

How To : Play a C chromatic blues riff on electric guitar

Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, that they are not so much about rote repetition as making available to the guitarist ...more

How To : Play a G minor pentatonic riff on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play a 2-5-1 jazz progression on electric guitar

To play a guitar riff is to do more than simply to memorize a short musical phrase. Guitar riffs are like any other musical exercise; practicing them can be a terrific means of building manual dexterity and improving your overall playing technique. We can say of riffs, then, t ...more

How To : Play electric guitar for beginners

In this video, we learn how to play electric guitar for beginners. First, you need to become familiar with the guitar. The body, the frat board, the head, the nuts, and the strings. Learn what all the parts of the guitar are called and exactly what they do in relation to the g ...more

How To : Play the rock guitar

Yet another great video from the generous folks at workshoplive.com. This time learn how to play the rock guitar with Paul Howard, who knew after listening to The Beatles he was going to be a musician. Follow along as he glides you through some fundamental practices for perfec ...more

How To : Train your ear to play the electric guitar

Check out this instructional electric guitar video that shows you how to train your ear to play the electric guitar. This is Season 3, Episode 38 of Dave Weiner's Riff of the Week series titled "An Intro To Ear Training." Dave Weiner is a Favored Nations recording artist, a G. ...more

How To : Play lead electric blues guitar

There is nothing cooler than playing lead electric Blues guitar, is there? Check out this tutorial for tips on how to play an awesome lead. You will learn in the style of the father of Blues himself, BB King. This video will take you step by step through the basics of this mus ...more

How To : Play a fusion electric guitar lick

Do you dream of standing on stage in front of millions of fans with a guitar in your hand? You could make this dream come true, if only you could play the guitar! This guitar tutorial series from Robert Renman teaches you the basics of guitar playing along with a few beginner ...more

How To : Play blues on an electric guitar like Buddy Guy

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How To : Play blues on an electric guitar like Peter Green

If you're a musician in need of some lessons, there's no better way to learn than with MusicRadar's so-called "Tuition" instructions. Although the title tuition is misleading, this video class is anything but costly, because it's free, right here. Whether you're looking for he ...more

How To : Play a seven string electric guitar riff

Check out this instructional electric guitar video that shows you how to play a seven string electric guitar riff. This is part 36 of Dave Weiner's Riff of the Week series titled "The DW75." This video also provides an overview of the DiMarzio D Sonic 7 String guitar and some ...more

How To : Play the "Beat It" electric guitar solo

In this video, we learn how to play the "Beat It" electric guitar solo. You will want to focus on harmonics when you are playing this so it sounds just like the original song. Start out by playing the intro to the song, paying attention to where the highs and the lows of the s ...more

How To : Play blues licks on electric guitar

Learn to play your own blues licks using only the blues scale in A. Full tabs here: http://betweenthelicks.com/blues-guitar/blues-licks-from-blues-scales Visit betweenthelicks.com for more free guitar lessons.

How To : Play the modes on electric guitar

Check out this instructional electric guitar video that provides an introduction to modes. Modes are scales that are derived from a parent scale by starting and ending on different degrees of that parent scale. This is Season 3, Episode 14 of Dave Weiner's Riff of the Week ser ...more

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