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Eric Clapton performs “Got To Get Better” live from the 2013 Crossroads Guitar Festival DVD. The CD, DVD & Blu Ray will be available November 19th.

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My Ibanez FG100 1985. Video and sound from Canon Power Shot SX 130 IX. Peavey Bandit 112 Sheffield

The Jam

October 20, 2013

Angus Clarke Tips

David Gilmour

Stratocaster American Deluxe vs. Telecaster Select


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Today’s lick pays homage to the playing of blues legends Stevie Ray Vaughan and Lightnin’ Hopkins. It’s a short but action-packed lick in the key of A, played out of the open position and incorporating lots of quick finger slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs and open strings.

You’ll notice the fraction “1/4” at the top of the bend arrows for the high G note (high E string, third fret) in bar 1 and the low G (low E string, third fret) in bar 2; this indicates my use of microtonal quarter-step bends. With a microtonal bend, the string is bent just a little bit, approximately halfway between the third and fourth fret in each case here. It adds a little “sass” and attitude to the note, unlike a bend that raises a note up to a new, specific pitch.

The tempo is 100 beats per minute, 64 for slow practice.

Joe Satriani Solo

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BB King LIve Full Concert

September 19, 2013

Alvaro leñam·36 videos

The King of Blues is back! The legendary blues guitarist B.B. King lights up the stage with his trusty, lifelong companion Lucille and his remarkable touring band in the new concert, LIVE! Recorded in Tennessee at his two famous eponymous blues clubs, it features many of B.B.’s classic hits like “The Thrill Is Gone” and “When Love Comes To Town,” along with several songs never before recorded by blues great, including “You Are My Sunshine” and “When The Saints Go Marching In.” Experience the blues like never before from this musical icon.

Daniel Rezende·29 videos

This is my winner video in the Strings on Fire competition! I won!


Thank you all my fans, friends, people I already knew and the ones I starting to know since right now by this award. I’m really happy and I’m sure Santa Claus read my letter! This contest was really great, since it promoted a colletive brainstorm with musicians from all over the world. God bless the internet which allowed me to know and watch all these to know all these great guitarrist who entered this contest and keep in touch with them. Also to know the ones who make these events happen, always trusty and serious. (And with even better awards, lol) Thanks to Julian and his dream team of judges .

voided3·97 videos

I hadn’t been playing my ’89 MIJ Strat XII as much lately so I decided to repurpose it as a slide guitar by making a new saddle and raising the nut. I also had to piece together a custom string set to work with open E tuning (.013-.046) and have balanced tension. It has a really cool ambience to it so I thought I’d do a “raga-esque” improvisation with it. I’m using my Roland Cube 80XL with the built in delay on.

creativeguitarstudio·370 videos

creativeguitarstudio·370 videos

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Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question…

Q: I’m a new subscriber and have to start by saying a huge thanks for your efforts, you have awesome lessons! I am really struggling with the ability to play what I hear in my head. I’m fine with a sheet of tab in front of me, but I am terrible at learning anything from a recording, or playing anything melodic off the cuff. I have been learning my scales, doing picking technique and speed drills, but why can’t I transcribe and just find the simplest of things I hear in my head on my guitar neck? I am getting really down in the dumps about this, because I know how important it is to do this instinctively as a guitarist. I’ve asked a lot of online guitar guru’s this question, but none have given me a good answer — Andrew, if there’s anyone who I think can help me out there — I’ll bet it’s going to be you! Thanks in advance.
– Michael, Las Vegas NV.

A: 95% of the guitar players I’ve taught since I started Creative Guitar back in 1992, generally focus most of their effort on their hand technique. However, the technique most often overlooked is — playing what you hear in your head. That’s important, but even more important is to do it literally, at will. So, when a musical idea comes to you — the idea can get out of your head and onto the guitar fingerboard in no time. And, if you want to become a good improviser (so you have the total enjoyment of thinking or hearing musical ideas and then playing them unrehearsed), this skill is an absolute must. So, how does a player do this? It comes down to rehearsal and daily self-testing. If you do this; you’ll get it, if you don’t, you won’t.

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