In Minor Third Bends by Peter Vogl we will learn how to play a minor third bend. Most bends played on a guitar are either half step bends (that sound one fret higher) or whole step bends (that sound two frets higher). A Minor Third Bend sounds like it's three frets higher than where it's being played. This is a harder bend to play, but with the correct technique, it can be accomplished.
Here is the bend we're going to play
All Along the Watchtower by Peter Vogl is a video lesson on how to play lead guitar for the rock classic, All Along the Watchtower. We will learn Peter's interpretation of Jimi Hendrix's solo for the beginning of this song. The solo features minor 3rd bends, unison bends, use of the minor pentatonic scale, and the natural minor scale. After learning the solo, Peter will discuss different ways you can modify famous solos to give them your own personal feel and style. In addition to the tablature for the lesson, we've also included a rhythm jam track of the song so you can practice along. $4.99
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|Hendrix Style Major Licks||Jeff Beck Style Licks in G (2)|
|Hendrix Style Double Stop Licks||Jeff Beck Style Solos (2)|
|More Hendrix Style Double Stops||David Gilmour Style Lessons (6)|
|Hendrix Style Bends||Santana Style Lessons (6)|
|All Along the Watchtower||Steely Dan Style Major Solos (2)|
|Hendrix Style Ballad Solos (4)||Steely Dan Style Minor Solos (2)|
|Hendrix/Trower Psychedelic Solos||ZZ Top Style Solos (2)|
|Mark Knopfler (3)||ZZ Top Style Two Chord Solos (2)|
|Jimmy Page Style Triplets||In the Style of Andy Summers|
|Eric Johnson Style Licks||Jerry Garcia Style Licks|
|Eddie Van Halen (2)|