Switching Scales is a free video lesson for electric guitar by Peter Vogl. You will learn three different licks that come from the A Mixolydian and F# Blues Scale. We'll practice these licks over track 6, Nasty Shuffle, of the Let's Jam! Hard Rock. You'll find that these licks will sound different depending on what chord they are played over. You'll want to experiment and figure out which chords you prefer to play these licks over. The first lick contains a series of pull offs and can be played extremely fast. You can often hear licks like this in Joe Satriani and Ozzy Osbourne songs. The second lick contains a combination of hammers ons and pull offs. The third lick is a great rock riff that uses bends. To learn some more rocking riffs check out Jody Worrell's Eric Johnson Style Licks Premium Lesson.
Here is the A Mixolydian Scale
Now let's learn how to play the first lick
Let's review the A Mixolydian Scale at the 5th fret
Here is the tab for our second lick.
Here's a refresher of the F# Blues Scale at the 2nd fret
Let's take a try at Lick #3
Now practice playing all of the licks over track 6, Nasty Shuffle, of the Let's Jam! Hard Rock.
Eric Johnson Style Licks by Jody Worrell is a downloadable Quicktime video lesson that will teach you some guitar licks in the style of Eric Johnson. Eric has achieved guitar hero status as part of the G3 Tour with Steve Vai and Joe Satriani. In this lesson we'll take a look at Johnson's use of distortion, the major pentatonic scale, and his trademark style of picking every note. We'll cover in detail the techniques involved in playing each lick and then practice them over a jam track.
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