To add some grease to the axels, I’ve got a Hendrix vid for ya! Go grab your guitar real quick! In this lesson I’m gonna teach you some of the keys to the Hendrix kingdom! If you’re anything like me, then I would imagine the impact he had on you is undeniable. Even if you’re not a fan of his music, after this lesson you’ll see just how much of an impact he had on the guitar world! In just about every style of guitar his influence can be heard from classic rock, to jazz, blues, pop and everything in between! In this lesson I’ll give you some tips to access the magic behind his rhythm style and just how easily it can be applied to other styles of music. Click the lesson link below!
I still vividly remember riding home with my brother in our Mom’s blue Mercury Topaz listening to our local SoCal radio station KLOS when Hendrix’s Bold As Love started playing. It was an epic moment for me and honestly one of the first times I had ever even paid attention to rhythm guitar. Up until that point it was 80’s metal solos 24 hours a day, and the faster the better! After hearing that song, I dove deep into Hendrix. I was dying to know what he was doing rhythmically and how on earth he got a soloing freak like me to start wanting to play rhythm guitar.
In the video lesson below you will learn tons of rhythm guitar tricks Hendrix used in songs like Bold As Love, Little Wing, and Castles Made Of Sand. Inspired by early R&B guitar players Hendrix added his own unique style, creating an amazing new way of playing rhythm and lead lines at the same time. He did this using double stops, slides, hammer-ons and pull-offs within the chord shapes. As...
Introducing Fretboard Command. In this FREE mini course you will literally be given the the fast track to concepts that will dramatically change the way you play guitar for the better!!
The goal of Fretboard Command is to give you a solid foundation with which you can in a short amount of time be able to improvise without knowing the key you are in, use your scales correctly, construct melodies, see target notes and chord tones all over the neck, break some rules, mix major and minor pentatonic, while at the same time adding feel and confidence to your phrasing! You ready?!?