Here’s a lesson on how to play Rhythm guitar of “Whiskey Train” by Procol Harum (ROBIN TROWER). The Complete lesson can be found HERE
This is a Part of the lesson on How to play “Valleys Of Neptune” by Jimi Hendrix from the Bootleg “Am I Blue” 2 CD’s. It’s an instrumental with the same parts as the original version. The FULL Lesson can be found HERE
This is a lesson on How to play Part 1 of “One Rainy Wish” by Jimi Hendrix. Very cool, ballad like song in a typical Jimi’s style. Part 1 covers the 1st Verse of the song. The FULL Lesson can be found HERE
This is a lesson on How to play PART 1 of “Steppin’ Out/Rice Pudding” by Joe Bonamassa. An Uptempo rock/blues instrumental that Joe played at “A New Day Yesterday” Live. FULL Lesson can be found HERE
Here’s a Part of the lesson on How to play “Who Knows” by Band Of Gypsys (Jimi Hendrix) from their Live album “Live at the Fillmore East”. The FULL lesson can be found HERE
This is a lesson on How to play “Bold As Love” (Part 1) by Jimi Hendrix. We go over the chord progression of the verse, I also explain the way Jimi approached it and give some tips and then break down the 1st verse note-for-note. The FULL lesson is available HERE
This is a lesson on How to play Rhythm parts and 1st Solo (by Keith Richard) of “Sympathy For The Devil” by The Rolling Stones. This is from the “Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out” Live version.
FULL lesson available HERE
Here’s a lesson (overview) on How to play “Wait Until Tomorrow” by Jimi Hendrix, which was also covered by John Mayer. Very cool funky song with lots of licks in between the chords. FULL Lesson is available HERE.
This is a lesson on How to play “Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)” by Jimi Hendrix. It’s an overview of the structure of the song (Verses, Choruses, Break and Ending) with some licks and tricks that Jimi used it this song. The FULL Lesson can be found HERE.
This is Part 1 of the lesson on How to play “The Loner” by Gary Moore. The Full lesson can be found HERE.
Here’s a lesson on How to play “All Along The Watchtower” by Jimi Hendrix. In this lesson I show you how you can approach the chord progression in the style of Jimi Hendrix and also show you 6 different fills that Jimi used on the studio version. Check it out!
The lesson on the Solos can be purchased HERE
This is a lesson on How to play the Intro Riff of “Wall Of Denial” by Stevie Ray Vaughan. Full lesson can be purchased HERE
This is part 1 of the lesson on How to play The Ocean by Led Zeppelin, concentrating on the Intro Riff and the chords in the Verses. Be aware of the time signature in the Intro riff, it varies from 4/4 to 7/8 which is a cool little trick, but most importantly just get the feel of the rhythm/song and you’ll be fine.
This is probably the best known song by Jimi and the first that most Hendrix fans learn. And rightly so, because it’s cool, it’s rocking and it’s groovie. Simple, yet Jimi puts his unique touch to the song and it becomes magic. I show the basic structure of the song with a few cool variations that add the uniqueness of Jimi’s style. Check it out!
Alright, here’s the Solo section from My Lovely Man by RHCP. John was heavily influenced by Jimi Hendrix and you can hear that in a lot of his solos. The first part of the solo starts off with some unison bends, that Jimi used quite a lot in his playing. The second part is just crazy use of blues and minor pentatonic scales in Hendrix’s fashion as well. All in all it’s a great solo, check it out!
Alright, here’s a lesson on How to play Immigrant song by Led Zeppelin. The song is really simple and it’s great for beginners and/or true Led Zep fans who didn’t get a chance to learn it. The difficult part here is to keep the rhythm as tight and precise as possible, which could be a challenge, so practice makes perfect. Enjoy!
Alright, here we go with the classic song from Jimi Hendrix – Foxy Lady. The song is very simple, but very “sexy”. The intro trick is very cool and innovative. The main riff of the song is based on Jimi’s chord – F#7#9 but played in a unique style. All in all the song’s got lots of Mojo and it’s fun to play! Check it out!
Here’s a lesson teaching the legato lick taken from Joe Satriani’s Flying In A Blue Dream song. Joe is well known for the use of this technique in his compositions. It could be challanging bringing it up to speed, but it’s a good exercise for your fretting hand and a cool addition to your lick library. Check it out!