Learn another rock solo from Francesco Cagnacci. This one uses several different techniques, but it starts with a palm-muting lick followed by some nice runs. Enjoy this one.
Learn this fun rock solo with licks that use staccato, slides, and bends. It is played as a fast tempo in the key of D, which has two sharps in its key signature.
Crank up the speed with this classic hard rock speed lick in the style of many hard rock/metal guitarists. This one uses hammer-ons and pull-offs on sixteenth notes and triplets at a torrid 160bpm pace! […]
Learn a complete blues solo based on the pentatonic scale, written and recorded by Francesco Cagnacci! Included is the full audio and backing track. Before the solo starts, the track plays through the rhythm part for […]
Learn a jazzy blues turnaround in the key of C. In this turnaround, the chord progression is I-vi-ii-V-I. The I-vi-ii-V is common in the last two bars of a 12 bar blues.
Play this string bending lick for fun or to practice your bends. It was written and recorded by Charles Gervase.
Why bother with a lick when you can play an entire solo. Have fun with high tempo blues/rock style solo using the F minor pentatonic scale. It was written and recorded by Francesco Cagnacci.
This week’s riff is written and recorded by Charles Gervase. He shows us an A minor rock riff. This one has an off-beat syncopated feel as he accents the up-beats, especially on the sixteenth notes. […]
In this riff, Martin Mitkov teaches you how to play a metal riff for a song from his band, Demezia. This riff uses sixteenth triplets, alternate picking, and an alternate tuning (B-E-A-D-Gb-B). Please note that […]
Learn two altered jazz endings in the key of C major.
Learn a 60’s style blues rock solo in the key of F♯ major. This solo uses the pentatonic scale and double-stops.