Image 42 of 51 The only thing that separates many classic rock phrases from their closely related blues cousins is the amount of gain and dynamic attack. The difficulty will be to succeed in linking the chords and notes alone while respecting the tempo. This lick is one such example and would be equally at home in either setting. This three-notes-per-string finger-twister neatly boxes in our first area pentatonic shape, and fills in the scale tones courtesy of the Aeolian-endorsed and metal-approved flattened 6th F and natural 2nd B! Not a beginner, but Hendrix is a challenge to get it right without a hint.
BedroomBozo View Member Profile. We can view this pattern as a descending four-note group that has been shifted forward by a single 16th note, or alternatively as a three-note pattern that goes 3 2 1 3, and then descends from each scale degree in turn. Consider writing about your experience and musical tastes. Back to our sequences of three, this time the direction has been switched around so that each three-note group descends, but then the entire 'cell' ascends through each scale degree. Keep up the good work guys! A bit more complicated with this blues lick where we will work on a series of chords made famous by Hendrix. Review Guidelines Explain exactly why you liked or disliked the product.
Designed for use by anyone from beginner right up to the experienced player who is looking to expand their insight. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Learning Apprentice Player Group: Image 29 of 51 Here's a Blackmore-inspired riff. I grew playing Rock, some blues, melodic in mid 70's, late 70,s.
Clapton was never a fretboard gymnast. The next line is a great way to build up a blues solo. Get MusicRadar straight to your inbox: Published by Hal Leonard HL. Image 46 of 51 We can view this pattern as a descending four-note group that has been shifted forward by a single 16th note, or alternatively as a three-note pattern that goes 3 2 1 3, and then descends from each scale degree in turn.