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The Secret to Lead Guitar
 
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Play electric guitar. How to play lead Guitar. Play electric guitar scales. Learn to play lead guitar. Lead guitar for beginners. From the Secret Guitar Teacher site: http://secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/intermediate/electric/AToibIUfmkw/83670528-the-secret-to-lead-guitar.php Blues scale in 5 positions When I was 15 years old one of my brothers' friends was playing some cool blues riffs on his guitar and I asked him -- how do you do that? He tore an empty cigarette packet down one side, opened it out and, grabbing a ballpoint pen, he Scrawled down five grid patterns with little circles on them and handed it to me. Learn those! Was all he said. At the time I had a feeling like I had just been initiated into the Inner circle of Lead Guitar Players. Now, nearly 40 years on, I know that that feeling was accurate. My lead guitar playing really took off from that point on! Since then I have made it part of my life's mission to pass on that initiation! But you're lucky - Look I've even written out the diagrams neatly for you! Let's go through them one at a time. We're learning a system that will enable us to play in any key, but for the sake of keeping things simple to start with we are going to learn all five positions in the key of E. OK so those are the 5 positions of the Blues scale in E. Learn those really thoroughly and start using them as a warm-up exercise. If you want to really develop fast as a lead guitarist then check out the Secret Guitar Teacher's Gym Pentatonic Scale Drill -- the pentatonic patterns are only one note different so you will soon figure out how to apply the same principle to the blues scale. OK See you in the next lesson
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2 Guitar Soloing Tips that Change EVERYTHING (Lead Guitars Secret Sauce)
 
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Join the Members Area: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio --------------------------------------------------------------- My MAIN YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/creativeguitarstudio ____________________________________ TWITTER FEED: http://twitter.com/andrewwasson Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Wasson/76585035288 ____________________________________ OFFICIAL Creative Guitar Studio Products Website: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ ____________________________________ ANDREW WASSON - Personal Website: http://www.andrewwasson.com (weekly postings - w/FREE Guitar Handouts) ____________________________________ CLOTHING: Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page: http://www.zazzle.com/creativeguitarstudio/gifts ____________________________________
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Lead Guitar - How to  Start
 
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If you would like to gain full access to all our Guitar Teaching Materials please visit the Secret Guitar Teacher Site and take a free tour: http://www.secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb.php?lp_id=388 Here's the video transcript: Once you have a few chords under your belt and have mastered the basics of rhythm guitar playing then it's likely you' may start wondering about how to play lead guitar. So What’s the best way to start playing lead guitar? Well, like all such skill sets, the fastest, most efficient way forward is to start by building firm foundations. And the first thing you need to do is improve your technical ability to play single notes using basic warm-up exercises like this one We have quite a few of these exercises explained in detail on the videos you can find on the Secret Guitar Teacher Site - we'll post a link to those under this video for you to explore further. Once you have got your basic single note technique ironed out with these warm-ups and developed a bit of control, rhythm and fluency to your note playing, it's time to start working on scale patterns. Working with scale patterns continues the physical development started with the warm-up exercises but adds a couple of useful dimensions. By learning and then drilling scale patterns you are training your hands to follow certain musical pathways and these are the pathways that are used over and over again by guitarists in all genres, Blues ...Rock... Funk... Jazz... Country... Learning scale patterns is also an important step on the journey towards fully understanding music theory - the subject of how notes and chords work together in keys to make music. Drilling scale patterns gets your fingers operating on automatic pilot so that you can free up your attention to focus on playing with feeling and expression . Then, you'll need to add a few bits and pieces of technique like hammer-ons...pull-offs, bends, and slides You will then be able to step up from simply playing the notes to playing with the notes. At this stage it helps to play a few licks riffs and complete solos copied from your favourite guitarists performances. This gives you a feel as to how to apply these skills to produce an end result. You then need to embark on a programme of investing hours and hours into practicing improvising lead guitar. It's great to do this with other musicians if at all possible, but the next best thing is to work with backing tracks. This is where you really develop your ability to use your ears and learn the nuances of phrasing and expression. The development of these finer points of lead guitar playing continues for the rest of your guitar playing life - you never stop.improving and there's always more to learn. Which is probably why playing lead guitar is so addictive. On the Secret Guitar Teacher Site you'll find a wealth of resources designed to help you with each of the stages of lead guitar development mentioned in this video. If you found this little video useful, please click on the ‘Like’ button if there is one, or leave a comment, and do feel free to share the video with your friends. And if you’d like to gain full access to all our guitar teaching materials please visit the Secret Guitar Teacher website and take a free look round at what’s available there. See you again soon!
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Secret Sauce - Amazing Sounding Lead Guitar Pattern
 
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http://www.guitarcontrol.com/blog Here´s another sample from my upcoming DVD "SUPERCHARGED SOLOING MADE SIMPLE" This is a NEW course that comes out Sep 4th... More info soon! http://www.guitarcontrol.com/youtube/?v=IinrbhUGRg8&gl=240488537
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Essential Gypsy Jazz Guitar Lick Lesson + Lead Guitar Mastery Secret!
 
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Get early access to TABS, exclusive tutorials and other awesome supporter perks at http://www.patreon.com/swiftlessons Study Guide w/ Tabs for this lesson at: https://goo.gl/iGCuz1 Hello friends, And welcome to another lick of the week tutorial. In today's lesson I'll be breaking down a beautiful gypsy jazz style lick taken from the Midnight in Paris theme song "Bistro Fada" by Stephane Wrembel. In the interest of expanding your repertoire of licks, and your understanding of guitar leads are composed, I highly recommend that you regularly take ideas from other players, while considering the chords these phrases are being played over, and the scales and arpeggios being utilized. Let's get started! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Links: Facebook: https://facebook.com/SwiftGuitarLessons Instagram: https://instagram.com/swiftguitarlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/swiftlessons Request a song at: http://swiftlessons.com/Request_a_Song
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Lead Guitar Lesson - Picking Secret. Intelligent Picking !
 
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Beginner Lead Guitar Lesson: The Ten Basic Lead Guitar Moves
 
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NOTE: MY GUITAR IS TUNED DOWN 1/2 STEP - more below. For the complete lesson, check out http://www.jimbowley.com/2012/03/for-lead-guitarists-ten-basic-moves/. For all the FREE lessons and tips, visit http://www.jimbowley.com At its core, playing lead guitar is a matter of mastering some fundamental movements and combining them to form seemingly complex phrases. In this lesson, we'll boil everything down to Ten Basic Moves! PLEASE NOTE THAT MY GUITAR IS TUNED DOWN 1/2 STEP. This was not intentional, but rather a mistake - sorry for any confusion. You can either tune your guitar down 1/2 to match me or simply play the examples one fret lower. Remember that these are just movement combos - they can be played anywhere on the neck.
Views: 2079630 Jim Bowley
Guitar Soloing Secrets Guitar Tricks 135 - Free Guitar Lesson Lead Technique
 
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Click Here For Over 5,000 Guitar Lessons: http://www.guitartricks.com/ Click Here For Tabs To This Lesson: http://www.guitartricks.com/channel/ If you're new at soloing, or just stuck with note selection, this lesson is for you. Neal shares his personal insight on what makes a dynamic lick. With the focus on the right hand rhythm, this lesson is bound to offer some helpful tips on your path to being a great guitarist. Tip of the week: don't get electrocuted! Here's how:
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Lead Guitar Lesson - Maj Arpeggio Exercise, and a Soloing Secret!
 
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Tabs for this lesson and awesome supporter perks at: https://www.patreon.com/posts/lead-guitar-maj-4156301 Hello friends, I'm so happy to be back up and rolling again! This week I've been building my chops up with a powerful arpeggio exercise. In this lesson we will learn a somewhat unorthodox position of our major scale in A, before learning to reduce that scale down to an impressive arpeggio run. Scale and arpeggios don't make great lead players, so I'll be sharing with you a very nice, Django Reinhardt inspired lick. Let's get started ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Links: Facebook: http://facebook.com/phillyguitarlessons Instagram: https://instagram.com/swiftguitarlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/swiftlessons Request a song at: http://swiftlessons.com/Request_a_Song
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Advanced Major Blues Turnaround and a Lead Guitar Secret!
 
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Get early access to TABS, exclusive tutorials and other awesome supporter perks at http://www.patreon.com/swiftlessons Tabs for this Lesson: https://www.patreon.com/posts/advanced-major-8029841 Hello friends, And welcome to another lick of the week! In this lesson we will be learning how to perform an advanced blues turnaround in the key of E. To expand our knowledge of lead guitar, I will also be demonstrating how to harmonize notes from our major scale to create beautiful two note phrases over common chord progressions. Let’s get started! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Links: Facebook: http://facebook.com/phillyguitarlessons Instagram: https://instagram.com/swiftguitarlessons Twitter: https://twitter.com/swiftlessons Request a song at: http://swiftlessons.com/Request_a_Song
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Secret Of Success - Guitar Lead Tutorial by Kumaran
 
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Secret Of Success - Guitar Lead Tutorial by Kumaran Super Leads Academy of Music Original Music: A.R.Rahman Lyricist: Vaali, Blaaze Original Singers: Blaaze, Vasundhara Das
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Basics of lead guitar technique
 
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Lead Guitar Techniques. Hammer on and Pull off techniques on Guitar. Bend notes on the Guitar. Slide notes on the guitar. From the Secret Guitar Teacher Site: http://secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/intermediate/electric/fChzWNQTE3I/83602764-basics-of-lead-guitar-technique.php Once you have learnt and drilled your scale patterns you should start putting musical phrases together against blues backing tracks. But, even if you have got pretty good at finding the scale notes, you may still feel that the sounds you are making are a long way from real blues sounds. Maybe you sound a bit too much like this: And not enough like this: I'm sure you could hear the difference there, but could you spot exactly what I was doing that made that difference? In the second example I was adding technique to my phrasing -- now blues technique can look quite complex, but actually almost all of it boils down to about six basic elements. The main elements of lead guitar technique are: Hammer-ons, Pull-offs, Bends, Slides, Muting and Vibrato. The complexity comes from the way these techniques are put together in almost infinitely variable combinations. You could almost write a recipe book on it: Take a Bend then a couple of notes later Add a pull-off and a slide then a multiple hammer-on to round it off. Put it all together and speed it up and you have got a musical sound instantly identifiable as a blues lick. Now the key to playing like this is to learn each technique separately and get it to a point where it flows naturally with good control and precision without having to think about it. Let's home in on each of the four techniques that we just used there: First thing to understand about the bend is that you need to keep the string pinned against the metal of the fret -- throughout, or the sound will die. Finger on its tip, Close to fret, Extra finger if needed, Last joint perpendicular, Use wrist action not finger action, Use your ears, Don't underestimate how far, Don't start the bend until after you have hit the note. OK so I suggest you try practicing that and once you feel you are getting the hang of it work it in to the first part of our blues lick by playing the two open strings after it: Now to the pull-off: Good set-up, Timing variation,Don't rush, Be definite in movement, Scraping variation. OK let's add that in we'll start with our bend on the third string at fret two. Then add our pull-off from third fret to open on the 2nd string. Start slow and aim for absolute precision then gradually speed up. On to the slide. Again, watch the set-up. Precise position. Don't rush. Be definite. Go from A to B (just behind the fretwire to just behind the fretwire). Let's add that to our lick: Finally the hammer on: Again, watch the set-up. Precise position Don't rush. Be definite. Hammer! For our lick we want multiple Hammer-ons Practise slow to start then increase speed gradually. Some of you may have noticed that the last part of the lick uses a note that's not in the blues scale. It works because it is in the chord of E. Over A you'll see me alter the ending. Once you have got that under your belt try it out against the Backing Track. I'm going to play out with that now you'll see me using this lick and then applying similar ideas to other combinations of notes from the first position.. See you next lesson
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Secret Agent Man (Lead Lesson)
 
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*NOTE* This video uses copyrighted material in a manner that does not require approval of the copyright holder. No copyright infringement is intended. The musical content is used under the FAIR USE policy, and is presented purely in good faith for the purposes of promoting information of an educational and historical nature only. All copyright claim is fully retained by the authors, publishers, and owners of the original.
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Secret Blues Scale - Lead Guitar Lesson
 
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http://www.bluesguitar.com/youtube?v=9IF2hIJDBN8 Click on the link above to get the tabs for this video! GO!
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The secret place lead tutorial(Official video)
 
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Lead guitar parts, tutorial
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Beatles - Till There Was You Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Donate to this channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=67VY5LHFK3TJJ 1:07 Solo This is a circa 60’s Musicraft Classical Guitar with light tension silver plated wound and clear nylon strings - D'Addario Pro Arte EJ43.. The guitar was recorded with a Tascam DR07 digital recorder 1 foot from the guitar slightly ahead of the sound hole. Effects are added during mixing. My performance, with compression, is mixed with the backing tracks and the whole mix is limited. This is the way the Beatles recorded these early tunes. It is difficult to duplicate the sound with just the guitar and amp. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
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The SECRET Link to Lead GUITAR Range (You Must Try This)
 
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Join the Members Area: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio --------------------------------------------------------------- My MAIN YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/creativeguitarstudio ____________________________________ TWITTER FEED: http://twitter.com/andrewwasson Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Wasson/76585035288 ____________________________________ OFFICIAL Creative Guitar Studio Products Website: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ ____________________________________ ANDREW WASSON - Personal Website: http://www.andrewwasson.com (weekly postings - w/FREE Guitar Handouts) ____________________________________ CLOTHING: Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page: http://www.zazzle.com/creativeguitarstudio/gifts ____________________________________
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LEAD GUITAR: No Theory - No Thinking - Just Playing
 
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DONATE: http://www.andrewwasson.com/donations.php http://www.andrewwasson.com/ Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers questions from off of his Guitar Blog website... Q). I want to get right into playing great lead guitar, but I don't know any theory. Is it possible to know how to solo without knowing anything about keys or a songs theory? I saw on Dave Mustaine's Twitter that he's self-taught and can't read notes. I think I'm going to do guitar like that and be like him too. I just can't understand how he plays so fast without knowing theory? Can you help me? Mike – Bloomington, Indiana USA A). Jamming on riffs in the early years of learning how to solo is some of the most fun that a guitarist can have on this instrument. And, the best part, is that there is no need to initially invest countless hours of study on learning; multiple position scale layouts, interval theory, harmonic analysis, or how the Mixolydian mode might offer a 'new direction' against a Dorian concept. In fact, all it takes to play a solo is a few notes and some time spent jamming with a loop-pedal, or with another guitar player. In the early days, above all other skills, the guitarist is building the use of their ear to be able to listen closely to how phrases sound. This is an important skill of every lead player and it leads to the development of a musicians intuition. When a guitarist both feels ready, and has practiced over the years, the music theory will eventually come along as well. Enjoy the lesson. Using the Major Scale Modes - eBook http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/pages.php?page=cart&action=details&vid=7 --------------------------------------------------------------- My MAIN YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/creativeguitarstudio ____________________________________ TWITTER FEED: http://twitter.com/andrewwasson Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Andrew-Wasson/76585035288 ____________________________________ OFFICIAL Creative Guitar Studio Products Website: http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/ ____________________________________ ANDREW WASSON - Personal Website: http://www.andrewwasson.com (weekly postings - w/FREE Guitar Handouts) ____________________________________ CLOTHING: Visit our Creative Guitar Studio Zazzle page: http://www.zazzle.com/creativeguitarstudio/gifts ____________________________________
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Beatles - She Loves You Lead Guitar Secrets - No vocals
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Donate to this channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=67VY5LHFK3TJJ Harrison's lead guitar for this Beatles classic. I eliminated the 3rd. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. Outro tabs at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nrEAghMQCM&list=PLTdO6bplx5HfWDRrBZlS8khGQ_18pcN8q&index=4. The electric guitar amp is close mic recorded with a Tascam DR01 hand-held digital recorder. Effects are added during mixing. My performance, with compression, is mixed with the backing tracks and the whole mix is limited. This is the way the Beatles recorded these early tunes. It is difficult to duplicate the sound with just the guitar and amp. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 26409 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles -This Boy Lead Guitar Secrets - No vocals
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Donate to this channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=67VY5LHFK3TJJ Outro 1:30 Lead guitar for this early Beatles classic. I eliminated the first verse. The guitar is a 1991 reissue of the early 60's J-160E played through a Vox AD15VT set on AC30TB -- no effects. Strings are Masterbuilt Phosphor Bronze .012 - .052. Intro tabs at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbcfqZOcS2M&index=7&list=PLTdO6bplx5HfWDRrBZlS8khGQ_18pcN8q No tabs. The electric guitars are played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB with min bass, min mid and max treble and the amp is close mic recorded with a Tascam DR01 hand-held digital recorder. Acoustic guitars are recorded with the Tascam DR01 hand-held digital recorder about 12 inches away from the neck and midway between the 12th fret and the sound hole. Effects are added during mixing. My performance, with compression, is mixed with the backing tracks and the whole mix is limited. This is the way the Beatles recorded these early tunes. It is difficult to duplicate the sound with just the guitar and amp. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 16313 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - Twist and Shout Lead Guitar Secrets - No Vocals
 
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*****ALTERNATE VERSION***** I've republished WITHOUT VOCALS due to USA blocking. PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Donate to this channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=67VY5LHFK3TJJ Middle eight solo: 0:39 (Lennon's guitar is inaudible in studio version). Harrison's rendition of the Isley Brother's version of this tune. I've eliminated the 2nd, 3rd and 5th verses to shorten the song, but you can see all of the guitar parts. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB with min bass, min mid and max treble and the amp is close mic recorded with a Tascam DR01 hand-held digital recorder. Effects are added during mixing. My performance, with compression, is mixed with the backing tracks and the whole mix is limited. This is the way the Beatles recorded these early tunes. It is difficult to duplicate the sound with just the guitar and amp. No tabs. No profanity in comments please. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 36604 Beatles Guitar Secrets
How To Find Lead & Tabs Of Any Song On Guitar | Music Secret Revealed
 
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The most requested guitar lesson... I have tried to make it as simple as possible with graphs. List of trending guitars - https://www.kkeeplaying.com/acoustic-guitars Acoustic Guitars in Rs2000-Rs3000 range :- 1. Juarez Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2J0mznD 2. Photron Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2Hac3o7 3. Jixing Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2J9Thif 4. Zabel Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2J4Gx0k Acoustic Guitars in Rs3000-Rs7000 range :- 1. Kadence Frontier Series - https://amzn.to/2J0nyEl 2. Givson Venus Special - https://amzn.to/2J2wARk 3. Bronz Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2sqLXb0 4. Signature Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2J2vPYw 5. Zabel Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2xuf2Iw 6. Hertz Aoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2J5VhIr 7. Kaps Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2xAnNkg 8. Granada Acoustic Guitar - https://amzn.to/2J6KUUT Acoustic Guitars in Rs7000-Rs10000 range :- 1. Yamaha Acoustic Guitar (F310) - https://amzn.to/2xxIFsg 2. Fender Squier SA-105 - https://amzn.to/2J25TMv 3. Kadence Acoustica Series - https://amzn.to/2HaiBTB 4. Fender FA-115 - https://amzn.to/2H9rtc5 5. Kadence Slowhand Series - https://amzn.to/2H9T3Ga 6. Granada PRLD-18C - https://amzn.to/2sut5rC 7. Cort AD810OP Acoustic - https://amzn.to/2J1dRWe 8. Trinity TNY-6000 - https://amzn.to/2Hbtuo1 Try to watch the whole lesson :) Do check out this food vlog -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru_-zSXChLU Do subscribe if you like it Do check the cover of Dil Diyaan Gallan by my student - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3S_aQEB5O4 how to find chords & key of any song -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sm3-5-WKXqQ&t=1204s Learn major/minor scales easily - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDwRsaq1wTw How to find rhythm of any song - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xtQkybqdTk ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with me my Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/Keep-Playing-998037636978151/ my Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sagar636/ If you want to support my work you can donate anything you want. My Paytm - 7504367400 My Paypal - https://www.paypal.me/kkeeplaying Thank You :)
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Hidden Triads - Extending Your Chord & Lead Playing
 
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Get the most out of triads and learn a new way of seeing the guitar fretboard with my Chord Connections course... http://www.fretjam.com/chord-connections.html In this lesson we learn how playing triads, arpeggios and scales in relative positions to the chords we're playing over can instantly add colour to our playing. The benefit of this "relative triads" concept is that you can use the same familiar major and minor triads (whether 3 or 4 string chord shapes or arpeggio patterns) to extend the backing chords. For example, what happens when we play C major over A minor? What happens when we play B minor over E minor? Get the complete lesson here... http://www.fretjam.com/relative-triads.html
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Beatles - Act Naturally Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. I eliminated the first bridge and second verse. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. The low E string is tuned down to D. A single slap-back echo was added in mixing -- 45 msec, 52%. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only. No profanity in comments please.
Views: 124860 Beatles Guitar Secrets
How to Connect Pentatonic Patterns Like a Pro! | Secrets of Lead Guitar Legends
 
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50 Blues Rock Licks for Guitar: https://amzn.com/B01HV6WHCO -this product comes with a breakdown of the entire pentatonic scale, 50 amazing licks, and a video breakdown of each and every single one of them. You will be a beast after using this product. Sound like Clapton, Page, Hendrix, or any other guitar GOD. Get it NOW! Support me at: https://www.patreon.com/mccormickguitar
Beatles - I Saw Her Standing There Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Solo 0:29 Bridge 0:54 I eliminated the second and third verses and the first bridge. No tabs. This is a Gretsch Country Gentleman thru a Vox AD15VT set on AC30TB - no effects. Min bass, min mid and max treble .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. The plate reverb is added in mixing with the original recording. I turned off the plate reverb after the middle eight as on the released versions. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only. No profanity in comments please.
Views: 702350 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - And I Love Her Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Donate to this channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=67VY5LHFK3TJJ 1:07 Solo Harrison's lead for this early Beatles hit from the film A Hard Day's Night. I've cut out the first verse to shorten the song, but all of the guitar parts are there. This is a circa 60’s Musicraft Classical Guitar with light tension silver plated wound and clear nylon strings- D'Addario Pro Arte EJ43. The guitar was recorded with a Tascam DR07 digital recorder 1 foot from the guitar slightly ahead of the sound hole. Effects are added during mixing. My performance, with compression, is mixed with the backing tracks and the whole mix is limited. This is the way the Beatles recorded these early tunes. It is difficult to duplicate the sound with just the guitar and amp. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 241185 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - Please Please Me Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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Notice the soft lead during the singing of the verses. A production team member yelled at George to knock it off but he persisted, even playing it during live performances. George played the riff coming out of the middle eight slightly different. This was probably intentional since he also did this during live performances. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. The amp was close-mic recorded with a Tascam DR07 digital recorder. The recording was then mixed with the backing tracks created from the original recording. Compression and Plate reverb were added during mixing My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 366161 Beatles Guitar Secrets
The Secret to Playing Lead Guitar By Brett Papa (Music Theory) Soloing
 
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Please watch: "Beginner Acoustic guitar lesson "Tom Petty I won't back down" How to" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJDQyT1zStY --~-- click here for Instant access to over 1400 more lessons:http://www.guitarjamz.com/14days_trial/ Practice your lead solo guitar over these high quality backing jam tracks Bonus click here for 8 High Quality Blues backing tracks http://guitarjamz.com/mp3jamtracks/ The Secret to Playing Lead Guitar By Brett Papa (Music Theory)
Views: 12211 GuitarJamz
Beatles - From Me To You Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. 0:34 Middle Eight Solo Harrison's lead for this early Beatles hit. I've eliminated the first bridge and third verse to shorten the song, but you can see all of the lead guitar parts. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 142657 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Converting to Bass Guitar for Lead or Rhythm Guitar Players
 
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Learn how to apply your skills as a lead guitar player to the bass! Find hundreds more lessons, videos and tutorials at the Secret Guitar Teacher site! Sign up now for a free 30 day trial https://www.secretguitarteacher.com/ -- Abridged Script I have received a few requests recently to create a series on how to play Bass guitar. Specifically, you have been asking: How can you apply what you have learned about lead and rhythm guitar to playing the Bass. For rhythm and lead guitarists, learning to play at least the rudiments of bass guitar is an excellent idea and I can promise you that time invested in this will pay off many times over. In addition to being able to play another instrument, you will gain a perspective on music that will further help you develop on lead and rhythm guitar, as well as improving your overall musicianship. These days, a bass guitar can have almost any number of strings, but we are going to keep things simple and stick with 4 string bass. If you have never played bass before, then I strongly recommend starting with a 4 string as most of what you learn will be relatively easy to carry forward onto instruments with more strings later. Whereas starting out with more strings is likely to be more confusing than helpful. You can play bass with a plectrum Demo in which case, most of what you will have learned from playing 6-string guitar will apply, with the rather obvious addition that you are likely to need a thicker pick as the strings are thicker and heavier on the bass. But the vast majority of bass players these days play with their fingers. To do this, start with the same basic hand posture that you should use for strumming guitar – hold your hand out straight then simply let the muscles relax so that your hand drops. Shake your hand a couple of times to make sure the wrist is as relaxed as possible. Now transfer your hand to the bass and place the first 2 fingers on the top string. And use a sort of walking action, allowing the finger to pluck through the string and come to rest on the string below. For the time being avoid using the very tip of the finger but rather, use the fleshy pad just below the tip. This is the first exercise I recommend if you are coming to the bass as a newbie, simply pluck 8 times on each string with a nice steady rhythm and concentrate on getting a clean and consistent sound. Next, we want to get the other hand going and just like we do on the 6-string, I recommend this exercise to get all 4 fingers into action. Even if you are a fairly experienced guitarist, this is an important step to get used to the increased physical distances involved in transferring from lead guitar to bass. These are the physical fundamentals that are best grooved in just by using those two exercises as warm-ups each time you pick up the instrument. Normally we tune the bass to the notes E A D and G… exactly one octave lower than the bottom four strings of the guitar. This, of course means that you will be exactly as good at naming the notes on the bass as you are as naming them on the 6-string guitar. When I teach lead guitar, the first scale I normally get my students to learn is the blues or pentatonic scale. This is because, for lead guitar, this is the scale that covers the notes you are most likely to be playing most of the time in Blues, Rock, Country and Pop music. On the bass, however, I strongly suggest starting with this movable Major scale pattern: this can be used, starting on almost any note on either the bottom E or A string. Here’s the grid diagram & Tab for this pattern, shown in the key of G major starting on the bottom string. So that is the end of the instant foundation course but to bridge efficiently to the next lesson in this series I am going to make one more suggestion. As soon as you are happy that you can play this major scale pattern in any key, starting on either of the bottom two strings, then drill yourself to learn the notes in this pattern, not by name but by interval number. To help you get going with this, here is a G major scale with numbers instead of note names. So pick a key at random and then see if you can instantly find the 1st note, then the 3rd, the 7th, the 2nd, the 6th, and so on at random, jumping around the scale until you have a clear mental picture of the interval name of each note in the pattern. This trick of learning to think in interval names rather than note names will enable you to learn basslines many times faster and also learn them in a way that makes them instantly transposable to any key. A great added bonus to this process is that it will help you learn a great many things on the guitar more intelligently as well. In the next lesson in this series we will start applying this trick to quickly put you in a position where you can play a functional bassline to any chord sequence, effectively turning you into an instant bass-player.
Views: 4002 SecretGuitarTeacher
Beatles - If I Fell Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. I skipped the first bridge and the third verse. Note that there are three overdubbed lead guitar edit pieces. One just after the intro, one between the first and second verse and the outro itself. This is a 1977 Rickenbacker 360/12 with Rickenbacker strings played through a Vox AD15VT set on AC30TB, no effects . Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. . My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only. No profanity in comments please.
Views: 302296 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Main Kaun Hoon | Guitar Lead Lesson | Secret Superstar | Zaira Wasim | Aamir Khan | Amit Trivedi
 
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Hello i am back with another guitar lesson hopefully you will enjoy if you have any queries do comment down don't forget to subscribe now get your guitar and start playing Original credits Singer: Meghna Mishra Music: Amit Trivedi Lyrics: Kausar Munir Produced & Arranged by - Amit Trivedi Executive Producer A T Studios - Krutee Trivedi Head of Production A T Studios - Aashish Narula Recording Studio - A T Studios - Mumbai & YRF Studios - Mumbai Recording Engineers A T Studios Mumbai by - Shadab Rayeen, Assisted by Abhishek Sortey & Firoz Shaikh Recording Engineers YRF Studios - Mumbai - by Shantanu Hudlikar Assisted by Abhishek Khandelwal & Manasi Tare Mixed by - Shadab Rayeen, A T Studios - Mumbai & New Edge - Mumbai Mastered by - Donal Whelan, Masteringworld - U.K.
Views: 210 LEADLESSONWALA
How to Play Lead Acoustic Guitar: Secrets to Successful Song Accompaniment
 
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On this recently digitized video, the late Artie Traum, with Diane Zeigler, teaches the art of playing lead behind another guitarist/singer. This Homespun lesson is for beginners and experienced players alike. More info: https://www.homespun.com/shop/product/guitar-accompaniment/
Views: 2650 Happy Traum
Beatles - All My Loving Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Chorus 0:23 Middle Eight 0:35 Harrison's guitar cannot be heard on the original recording until the solo, so I played what he played in live performances during that part of this video. I eliminated the third verse. No tabs. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only. No profanity in comments please.
Views: 448020 Beatles Guitar Secrets
The "Secret" Pentatonic Scale Shapes - Lead Guitar Lesson [GuitarTeacher.com]
 
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Most Blues and Rock guitarists connect the Minor Pentatonic scale using just two patterns that cover the entire neck. Learn them in this guitar lesson from GuitarTeacher.com instructor Storm Stenvold. Our daily guitar lessons feature on-screen tab and diagrams and are completely FREE. Sign-up to receive Daily Guitar Lessons to your Inbox: http://www.GuitarTeacher.com Get Personal Video Guitar Lessons like these: http://www.GuitarTeacher.com/signup Subscribe to YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/guitarteacher Follow on Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/guitarteachrcom Friend on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/guitarteacher
Views: 90555 guitarteacher
Beatles - I Feel Fine Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Solo 0:25 I deleted the second and third verses and the first bridge. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. Also, a 1991 Gibson J160-E played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. Strings are Masterbuilt Phosphor Bronze .012 - .052. The solo is double tracked. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only. No profanity in comments please.
Views: 406609 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - Long Tall Sally Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Solo #1 0:15 Solo #2 0:48 Ending 1:37 I remixed to bring the lead a bit further to the front. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. No tabs. A cover of a Little Richard song. Although John played the first solo in live performances, my research indicates that George played both for the studio version. I eliminated the second verse. The mix was so heavily compressed that it was difficult to tell which guitar was which. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 151657 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - I'm A Loser Lead Guitar Secrets - No vocals
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Donate to this channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=67VY5LHFK3TJJ Solo 0:52 I eliminated the 2nd verse. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. No tabs. The electric guitars are played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB with min bass, min mid and max treble and the amp is close mic recorded with a Tascam DR01 hand-held digital recorder. Acoustic guitars are recorded with the Tascam DR01 hand-held digital recorder about 12 inches away from the neck and midway between the 12th fret and the sound hole. Effects are added during mixing. My performance, with compression, is mixed with the backing tracks and the whole mix is limited. This is the way the Beatles recorded these early tunes. It is difficult to duplicate the sound with just the guitar and amp. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 11399 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - Roll Over Beethoven Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Solo: 0:51 Ending: 1:40 Harrison's rendition of this Chuck Berry classic gave new life to Berry's career and helped cement his position as an early Rock icon. I've eliminated the 2nd, 3rd and 5th verses to shorten the song, but you can see all of the guitar parts. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. No tabs. No profanity in comments please. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 357524 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - Slow Down Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Solo 1:06 Ending 1:44 A cover of a Larry Williams song. Harrison used his Tennessean I used a 1966 Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. I raised the gain control on my Vox AD15VT to get the overdriven sound. I cut out the first and third verses but all of the lead parts are there -- verse riff, middle eight solo and ending riff. George Martin overdubbed the piano part after the song was recorded. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 135057 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Bridge 0:28 Outro 1:05 I eliminated the second and third verses and the first bridge. No tabs. This is a Gretsch Country Gentleman thru a Vox AD15VT set on AC30TB - no effects. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. No tabs. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only. No profanity in comments please.
Views: 286718 Beatles Guitar Secrets
The Beatles - Nowhere Man Lead And Rhythm Guitar
 
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Thanks for taking a look at my cover of the lead and rhythm guitar to The Beatles song and "Nowhere Man" off their 1965 album rubber soul.
Views: 65318 ForeverFabFour
Main Kaun Hoon Guitar Tabs/Lead Lesson | Secret Superstar | Amir Khan | Zaira Wasim | Acoustic Imran
 
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Hey Guys, Today I'm gonna show you Main Kaun Hoon Guitar Tabs or Main Kaun Hoon Guitar Lead Lesson From The movie Secret Superstar.Do like the video and subscribe to the channel..Thank You for watching!!!! Follow Me On Facebook:-https://www.facebook.com/AcousticImran Guitar Lesson Credits:- Imran Original Song Credits: Song: Main Kaun Hoon Singer: Meghna Mishra Music: Amit Trivedi Lyrics: Kausar Munir Label: Zee Music Company For Business Inquiries:- [email protected] ★ READ If there are copyright issues with any of my videos,please contact me via email: [email protected] and the video will be immediately removed!
Views: 3344 Acoustic Imran
Beatles - Chains Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Bridge 0:28 I eliminated the second and third verses and the first bridge. This is a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. .010 - .046 nickel plated round wound strings. The verse chords are B flat, E flat aug9th, B flat, F aug 9th, E flat aug9th, B flat. The bridge is B flat 7th, E flat aug9th, B flat, E flat aug9th, F aug 9th. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only. No profanity in comments please.
Views: 40088 Beatles Guitar Secrets
The Secret To Playing Fast...Practice! Intermediate Lead Guitar Lesson
 
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The Secret To Playing Fast...Practice! Intermediate Lead Guitar Lesson https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/lead-guitar-intermediates-level-2/units/techniques-for-building-speed VIST THE WEB PAGE ABOVE FOR THE FULL WRITE UP, TAB AND FULL GUITAR COURSE - ALL TOTALLY FREE! Are you enjoying our videos and courses? You can now support us on Patreon by donating any amount from $1 a month! All Patreons get loads of super cool extras, become a major part of our company, and help to keep our content 100% free, forever! Click Here: https://www.patreon.com/yourguitaracademy Practice, practice, practice! That is the only way all of these new techniques will settle into your playing. We recommend practicing each day for minimum 20 minutes. This little and often approach will work better than one big session at the weekend as you will develop muscle memory this way. If you want some guided practice, then please visit our guitar gym section for some fun, timed workouts! Enjoy our 'The Secret To Playing Fast...Practice! Intermediate Lead Guitar Lesson'? Why not check out the website for the full course absolutely free! https://www.yourguitaracademy.com/courses/lead-guitar-intermediates-level-2/units/techniques-for-building-speed Also, don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel or like our Facebook and Instagram pages: https://www.facebook.com/yourguitaracademy https://www.instagram.com/yourguitaracademy/ Above all, keep learning and keep having fun! #yourguitaracademy #guitarlessons #learnguitarfree
Views: 164 Your Guitar Academy
Beatles - Ticket To Ride Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. I eliminated the second and third verses and the first bridge. This is a 1977 Rickenbacker 360/12 with Rickenbacker strings. Harrison used his newly acquired blue Strat -- I used a 2006 Highway 1 Stratocaster with Fender .010-.046 Super Bullets. McCartney used an Epiphone Casino for the bridge and outro riffs -- I used a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman with .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. All three guitars were played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. The master recording is about 35 cents flat. Initially, I pitch-corrected the backing tracks so that I wouldn't have to retune my guitars flat. Once finished it just didn't sound right, so I lowered the pitch of my final mix by 35 cents to match the master recording. My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played - I am not a guitar teacher and do not provide tabs. I welcome specific questions. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only.
Views: 185967 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Beatles - You Can't Do That Lead Guitar Secrets
 
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PLEASE: Read video description below BEFORE COMMENTING. Redundant comments or questions will be deleted. Solo 0:50 Bridge 1:13 I eliminated the first bridge and the third verse. Lennon used a Rick 325 to play the lead -- I don't have one so I used my Country Gentleman. This is a 1977 Rickenbacker 360/12 played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. Rickenbacker strings. Also, a 1966 Gretsch Country Gentleman played through a Vox AD15VT set to AC30TB w/ no effects. Min Bass, Min Mid, Max Treble. .010 -.046 nickel plated wire wound strings. No tabs My videos are really intended for accomplished guitarists who want to polish up their Beatles repertoire and can benefit from "seeing" how a song is played. If the various chords that I am playing are not familiar to you then I would suggest that you visit some of the many free guitar chord sites. I had to learn these songs by listening to vinyl records and watching live performances on tv. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of "Fair Use" in Title 17 § 107 of the United States Code. Such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purposes of education, comparison, and criticism only. No profanity in comments please.
Views: 238117 Beatles Guitar Secrets
Lead Guitar | 4 Techniques For Your Practice Routine
 
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Follow Marty On Social Media! Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/martyschwartz Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/martyschwartz Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/martyschwartzofficial http://www.MartyMusic.com Hey guys, Marty here with my Friday Technique lesson. Here's 4 important things to quickly get better at soloing. Hope it helps! Have a great weekend! Marty http://www.MartyMusic.com
Views: 615813 Marty Music

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