This is a free lesson for slide guitar by Michael Doke you will learn how to play slide guitar licks over a minor chord progression. We will use an open E tuning for this lesson. In the video we will use the audio backing track "Bm jam", which is track 11 from the Let's Jam! Blues and Rock CD to practice the new licks we've learned.
Here is the first lick we're going to play
Now let's take a look at Lick #2 and then play it over the same jam track.
Continue practicing these licks over track 11 from the Let's Jam! Blues and Rock CD. Then try experimenting and creating your own licks.
Duane Allman Style by Michael Doke is a video lesson covering the distinctive slide guitar technique of Duane Allman. We'll first cover Duane's right hand technique and then move on to his method of "pulling" and "pushing" notes. We'll finish the lesson by learning a slide guitar solo that is similar to the intro of Statesboro Blues. $4.99
|Beginning Slide Concepts||Easy Allman Brothers Style|
|Chord Progression and Licks||Beginning Duane Style Solos|
|More Chord Progressions||Duane Allman Style|
|Double Stop Jam||Duane Allman Style 2|
|Melodic Licks||George Harrison Style Slide Solos|
|Standard Tuning Licks in D||Tampa Red Style|
|Robert Johnson Style Slide|