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Rebel Yell Intro Riff Guitar Lesson With Steve Stevens

Steve Stevens’ main gig is playing guitar with Billy Idol. However, he also played with many famous singers including Michael Jackson and Vince Neil. You may have seen him on the E! show Married to Rock with his wife Josie Stevens (that’s a picture of her on his guitar). Steve did guitar course for JamPlay

 
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5 Slash Licks You Gotta Learn

Who doesn’t like Slash? A guitar icon, Saul Hudson is a British-American musician and songwriter. Best known for his work with Guns N’ Roses, he also formed Slash’s Snakepit and co-founded the supergroup Velvet Revolver. We got Dennis Hodges to pick his top 5 Slash guitar licks and do this sweet lesson on them. The

 
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Let It Go Guitar Cover

If you have kids (or you haven’t been living under a rock) you’ve probably heard “Let it Go” from the Disney movie Frozen. Many awesome guitar cover versions have been released on YouTube since the songs popularity exploded…from solo acoustic to shred metal and almost every style in-between. But, I noticed there wasn’t an instrumental

 
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5 White-Hot Stevie Ray Vaughan Guitar Licks You Can Learn Right Now

Here at JamPlay, we take the blues SERIOUSLY. That’s why we enlisted our own resident in-house guitar guru Mr. Dennis Hodges to hand pick 5 killer SRV licks from his most popular songs. The licks are taken from the following songs: Cold Shot Mary Had A Little Lamb Texas Flood Couldn’t Stand The Weather Tightrope

 
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3 Killer Classic Rock Guitar Licks You Can Solo With Today

Learn how to play 3 licks inspired by Jimmy Page, Carlos Santana and Jimi Hendrix. Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana and Jimmy Page are unquestionably icons of rock guitar. In this quick video, Chris Liepe demonstrates how to play 3 licks that are inspired by them. Below you’ll find the tabs for each lick in order.

 
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Learn How to Play Rock Guitar with Online Lessons

Published on February 27, 2014 by in Articles

Are you ready to rock? Even if you’ve never touched a guitar, JamPlay™ will have you rocking out in no time. JamPlay™ is the fastest growing guitar and bass lesson platform on the web, with over 4,000 hours of instructional videos recorded by more than 70 teachers. For less than the price of a Guitar

 
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Learning The Blues for Beginners and Intermediate Alike

Published on February 24, 2014 by in Articles

Every musician should learn how to play the blues. As the fastest growing online platform for music lessons, JamPlay™ offers over 500 video lessons about the blues with a dozen of today’s best players in the industry. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned player, JamPlay™ can help any guitar or bass player who wants to

 
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Learn Bass Guitar the Easy Way

We just wanted to remind everyone that JamPlay now teaches bass guitar. We currently have hundreds of lessons and are adding more every week! Take lessons from legendary bass players such as Billy Sheehan, David Ellefson of Megadeth, Bryan Beller, Evan Brewer, Steve McKinley, Freebo, Robbie Merrill and John DeServio. These lessons come from college

 
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A Quick Guide to Reading Guitar Chord Charts

When you’re first starting to learn how to play the guitar, it may seem a bit daunting. The good news is, it’s pretty easy to learn the basics and play quite a bit after your first few guitar lessons. Beyond that, learning how to read music – and guitar chord charts, specifically – can help

 
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JamPlay Christmas Sale – Lowest Price Ever

It’s Christmas time! JamPlay would like to wish everyone a happy holiday season and extend a special offer. We are now offering our yearly membership for just $99.95 per year. That’s just 27 cents a day for access to live teachers and thousands of lessons from some of the best teachers in the world. Click

 
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