Another week, another episode of Strummin’ with Steve. In this week’s episode Mr. Eulberg demonstrates how using alternate chord shapes can invigorate and revitalize a chord progression. Different shapes of the same chords can change the tone and intensity of the progression. Watch the video below and become a better guitar player.
Robbie Merril, bass player for the epic band Godsmack, just left the JamPlay Studio after recording a series of bass guitar lessons. On the last day we recorded and interview with him about his career playing bass and being in a band like Godsmack. If you want to learn bass guitar from a true legend, watch the interview below and then make your way to JamPlay Bass Lessons.
Liepe’s Licks is back with another stunning episode. This time around Chris teaches the fourth part of the melodic rock guitar solo he has been working on. This part features some stunning bends that really punctuate the ending of the song. Get your rock guitar out, grab your pick and get ready to shred.
We are proud to present another episode of JamPlay’s Strummin’ with Steve. In this new episode Steve returns to the world of the Blues chord progression. This time instead of teaching a most basic chord progression using mostly major chords, Steve will intensify the progression by making use of 7th chords. This adds a lot of flavor to the progression and a bit of that old time blues feeling. Whip out your acoustic guitar, strap up and get ready to play.
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Pick up your electric guitar; it’s time to rock. In this week’s edition of Liepe’s Licks, Chris teaches the third part of the melodic rock solo. This video guitar lesson focuses on a blazing fast run that can be used to bridge two different sections in a lead guitar solo. Not only is this perfect for the context of the solo Chris is teaching, it can also be used in your own original creations. Enjoy!
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It’s time for another edition of the internet’s most venerable series of guitar lessons, Strummin’ with Steve. This time around Mr. Eulberg will teach a beginner acoustic blues chord progression. This 12 bar progression combines open chord shapes that you probably already know with a slightly more difficult barre chord. It’s time for the blues!
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It’s time for the second part of Chris Liepe’s amazing series of guitar lessons on playing a melodic rock guitar solo. This video teaches the second section of rock solo. This part features some bluesy riffs and bends and continues the melodic nature of this lead line. Be sure to check out the backing track below the video.
It’s time for another episode of Strummin’ with Steve! This time around Steve dishes out a more sedate country chord progression. He will demonstrate a rhythm that is reminiscent of a horse’s trot; it’s relaxing lull will ease your worries and calm your mind. The progression also makes use of three common chords. Get your guitar out, grab some cowboy boots and get going!
Guthrie Trapp, Nashville country guitarist and session player extraordinaire, joins us for the 19th edition of the JamPlay Podcast. Guthrie talks about the world of session playing in Nashville. He gives advise for aspiring session players, talks about the types of music he enjoys and the differences in tracking for somebody else’s music vs your own. Guthrie is an amazing musician, an amazing player and a true asset for anyone looking to get into the world of guitar.
He recorded a series of lessons for JamPlay.com, the number one source for online guitar lessons, which should be appearing in the next several months.
Get ready for the 17th episode of Liepe’s Licks. In this amazing guitar lesson Chris will teach the first part of a full melodic rock solo. This first portion makes heavy use of melody and also includes harmonics, bends and even a bit of whammy bar action. Stay tuned for the second part of the solo next week. If lead guitar is your thing, this lesson is for you.