Satch Boogie Tab. On this guitar lesson demonstration, you will learn how to play the entire song note by note.
There’s no getting around the fact that this track is challenging on several fronts, but by working slowly and methodically, checking out the tab and video performance, you can conquer it section by section.
You can slow it down by selecting “settings” and selecting “playback speed”.
Shred Guitar Improvisation. That’s one of the favorite parts of my daily practice routine. This kind of jam helps me a lot to apply all the scales, sequences, licks, techniques that I have been practiced.
I constantly practice improvisation to feel what work for my style, what I should improve more and how I can refine my daily practice routine to achieve my goals.
I Hope you guys like it that shred guitar improvisation.
Metal Shred Guitar Licks is a song that I did for my students to have some fun and at the same time learn some heavy metal shred guitar licks.
Most of the licks are in the style of Michael Schenker, Yngwie Malmsteen, Paul Gilbert, Vinnie Moore, etc…
I’ve tried to give you guys licks that exploit different techniques like alternate picking, legato, string bending, and sweep picking.
I strongly recommend you to learn and memorize the entire song first. After that make sure that you’re playing all the phrases clean and accurate.
Just from that position, you’ll start to work on the speed up at.
I know everybody talks the same about this … but remember is a muscular situation here, you need to create muscle memory first.
Once you have the muscle memory means (playing the whole thing nice and easy) speed up will be easier.
The lead guitar is over the Bm pentatonic scale, B Natural minor Scale(D major Scale), and Bm triads. Most of the time I’m trying to target the root note (B). Since the track is in the key of Bm.
It’s a very common resolution for this music style. You can play some licks by resolving on the root of the key, in our case root(B). The emphasis is on you to learn to improvise by playing with the right spirit while staying within specific guidelines.
Of course, you can apply the same resolution idea for each chord change. But to keep things simple I just follow resolving and targeting at the root of the key (B).