Many guitarists that play in bands, praise groups, or simple jam sessions, run into a common issue where multiple musicians are playing rhythm at the same time. Playing the exact same strum patterns and chords in unison can be difficult in a live setting and really only adds volume to the equation. In this course, […] Gain access to the Playing Rhythm with Others course and over 500 more exclusive lessons (full list) by starting a […]
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Pride and Joy Rhythm by Jody Worrell is a free blues guitar lesson that will teach you a rhythm part for this classic Stevie Ray Vaughan song. Jody will teach you how to play riffs and chords over this classic track. In addition to explaining the written tab, Jody will also show you how to alter the parts and make the piece your own. Get access to our premium Blues Standards Rhythm Course and over 500 […]
Learn how to play a blues guitar lick by Jody Worrell with a little jazz influence to it. We’ll work through a couple of positions and bends while playing the lick over a loop of Am. To learn more licks like this, start a free 7 day trial and watch our Am Blues Licks premium lessons.
Continuing on the concept of our Same Rhythm, Different Notes lessons, this time around we will rework double stop licks that use octaves. What we end up with is a fuller sound the helps the guitar part stick out. Lesson 1 Lesson Guide: PDF of the Tabs Track: Would Chuck? in Am (mp3) Lesson […] Gain access to the Same Rhythm, Different Notes (Octaves) Lesson 1 & 2 and over 500 more exclusive videos (full list) […]
Learning how to expand your phrasing is a great way to prevent your solos from getting dull. In this lesson, Jody Worrell will start by teaching you a basic lick. We’ll then use the same notes with four different rhythmic ideas to create new licks. Playing a variety of note values and leaving spaces will […] Gain access to the Same Notes, Different Rhythm Lessons 1 & 2 and over 500 more exclusive videos (full list) by starting a free […]