This week Neal takes a lesson request from chaos2themaxx on how to use the whammy bar. Great for beginners and rockers, this week Neal shows you how to play three easy and quick chords. And it's only four notes. Blues with Neal 2 Guitar Tricks This 4-bar riff is comprised mostly of a 2-note A power chord using a shuffle rhythm. This week Ben Lindholm picks up his series on string sweeps.
The BEST (And Easiest!) Harmonic Trick - 4 Licks with Tablature
You definitely don't need to be a scale guru, but some basic knowledge is needed. Pro tip for people learning these scales: Imagine what this one technique will do for your overall scale knowledge. Tapping On One String "Etude".
Introduction To Arpeggiated Picking. Hi GO, Thanks for this site I think its quite valuable. These are good examples of this and would typically imply the one scale. Once you learn the minor pentatonic scale, it should be relatively easy to learn the blues scale as it is essentially the same with one additional note a flattened 5th.
Neal shows you the lick in open E position and in a moveable position so you can play it anywhere on the neck. This week Neal has some really tasty, easy blues chords you can use as a rhythm guitar player. Rock with Neal 2 Guitar Tricks Acoustic Guitar Fingerpicking Lesson This week guest host Lisa McCormick busts out the acoustic and demonstrates a simple fingerpicking pattern. Wondering what Tony Bones has been up too? Tap Harmonics create a very cool, almost synthesizer sound out of your guitar. It's a lot easier than it may sound, so tune on in for your tasty blues lick of the week from Neal.