In this episode of Riffin' Through Time, we'll be taking a look at the guitar solo from "Hey Joe" by Jimi Hendrix. This solo is fairly challenging, so breaking it down into smaller chunks is recommended. We'll start by listening to the solo at full speed, and then at a slower speed. After that, we'll get into each part of the solo so you can learn how to play it.
These guitar lessons for beginners cover essential topics that every new guitar player must know. While many of our guitar lessons are organized by series - this playlist is made up of individual lessons that can be completed on their own. You will learn about making chords, playing songs, and avoiding common beginner mistakes.
These beginner guitar lessons cover everything you need to know in order to get started playing the guitar. You'll learn the basics like how to hold the guitar, how to tune a guitar, and what all the parts of the guitar are called. Then you'll move on to learning essential guitar chords, strumming techniques, and how to put everything together to play your first song. These beginner guitar lessons are essential for anyone that has always wanted to play the guitar, but never knew where to start.
These lead guitar lessons cover everything you need to know in order to get started with playing lead guitar. You'll learn things like: proper hand technique, the Major Scale, the Major Pentatonic Scale, the Minor Pentatonic Scale, bending technique, vibrato technique, legato technique (hammer-ons and pull-offs), and even how to play your first guitar solo! So, whether you are brand new to playing lead guitar or just want to sharpen your skills - these lead guitar lessons will help.
These rhythm guitar lessons are essential for guitarists interested in playing popular songs, jamming with friends, or even performing live music. It doesn’t matter if you play acoustic guitar or electric guitar - the lessons apply equally to both.
You’ll learn how to play power chords, how to use power chords, how to play bar chords, major bar chord shapes, minor bar chord shapes, common chord progressions, how to play open chords, essential strumming patterns, how to develop timing and feel, and dynamic strumming tips.
These blues guitar lessons are for guitarists that are interested in learning the most important things to lay a solid foundation in both blues rhythm guitar and blues lead guitar. It doesn’t matter if you are focusing on acoustic guitar or electric guitar. The lessons here apply equally to both.
You will learn about the standard 12-bar blues progression, dominant 7th chords, blues riffs, blues scale shapes, how the blues scale is made, how to choose your notes in the blues scale, blues phrasing, how to interject blues licks into your blues riffs, and more.