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.
Practice your hammer-ons and pull-offs mixed with some finger tapping with this exercise by Milan Trickovic. The true purpose of this exercise is to work on tapping technique and speed building by mixing it with […]
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! […]
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. […]
Learn this fun southern rock riff to add to your repertoire. This 4-bar riff is comprised mostly of a 2-note A power chord using a shuffle rhythm.
Learn a 60’s style blues rock solo in the key of F♯ major. This solo uses the pentatonic scale and double-stops.
This riff, by Charles Gervase, is a fun rock riff that uses sixteenth note triplets (3 notes per half-beat).
Written in D♭, this 70’s style rock riff uses palm muting, pentatonics, and a focus on upbeats.
Learn the major and minor pentatonic scales, their patterns, when to use them, and why they’re the scale shortcut.