Do you like Jimi Hendrix, Link Wray, The Beatles, Kiss, Lynard Skynyrd, or Led Zeppelin? Then you are going to love this lesson. We will walk you through the best exercises to help you learn guitar while listening to some of the greatest music of all time! We’ll be looking at “Hey Joe” for dexterity and chromaticism; “Rumble” for chord changes and triplet timing; “Something” for chord embellishments; “Shout It Out Loud” for vibrato and bending; “Simple Man” for picking accuracy; and, finally, we’ll be looking at “Good Times Bad Times” to help you become a better lead guitar player.
What are you waiting for? Let’s get listening. Let’s get learning.
#iconicsongs #guitarbackingtrack #leadguitarlessons
0:00 – Intro
0:47 – “Hey Joe” by Jimi Hendrix – Dexterity & Chromaticism
2:14 – “Rumble” by Link Wray – Chord Changes & Triplets
5:02 – “Something” by The Beatles – Chord Embellishments
8:52 – “Shout It Out Loud” by KISS – Vibrato & Bending
10:32 – “Simple Man” by Lynard Skynyrd – Picking Accuracy
12:40 – “Good Times Bad Times” by Led Zeppelin – Lead Guitar & Dexterity
Backing Track Downloads:
Jimi Hendrix – “Hey Joe” (Loop) – https://d1923uyy6spedc.cloudfront.net/294634-resource-1617621001.mp3
Link Wray – “Rumble” (Loop) – https://d1923uyy6spedc.cloudfront.net/294634-resource-1617621064.mp3
The Beatles – “Something” (Loop) – https://d1923uyy6spedc.cloudfront.net/294634-resource-1617621115.mp3
Kiss – “Shout It Out Loud” (Loop) – https://d1923uyy6spedc.cloudfront.net/294634-resource-1617621179.mp3
Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Simple Man” (Loop) – https://d1923uyy6spedc.cloudfront.net/294634-resource-1617621327.mp3
Led Zeppelin – “Good Times Bad Times” (Loop) – https://d1923uyy6spedc.cloudfront.net/294634-resource-1617622088.mp3
ABOUT AYLA TESLER-MABE
Ayla has been making waves in the world of guitar playing as a professional guitarist, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and composer, since the early age of 14. After she had only been playing for two years, her first YouTube video (a rendition of John Mayall’s “Hideaway”) put her on the map and kickstarted her music career. She has since been featured in Rolling Stone magazine, become a member of both the Ernie Ball and Fender family of artists, and earned various Berklee College of Music scholarships. Musically, Ayla finds great pleasure in exploring the numerous avenues available to her through various styles of music, as seen through her work with Calpurnia and Ludic.
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