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Blues Soloing Move - House Pattern (Major) To Box 3 Pentatonic Minor To Pentatonic 6 Pattern
Griff Hamlin_ Blues Guitar Unleashed

Blues Soloing Move - House Pattern (Major) To Box 3 Pentatonic Minor To Pentatonic 6 Pattern

This video is one of my favorite "moves" around and through some of my favorite blues soloing scales and sounds. If you've ever heard me talk about what I call the, "core position," for many blues players... this is it. "Notice how, with minimal movement, I can go through 3 unique sounds easily and comfortably, with only minor adjustments getting from one scale to the next... In my opinion, that should be your goal, not moving around the fretboard in large leaps and bounds."....Griff
14:2310 months ago
Doug Pettibone: Guitar player with John Mayer/Lucinda Williams/Jewel/Tracy Chapman/Lisa-Marie Presley and many others
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Doug Pettibone: Guitar player with John Mayer/Lucinda Williams/Jewel/Tracy Chapman/Lisa-Marie Presley and many others

Doug Pettibone started to play the guitar at the age of eight. His first teacher was Andy Summers, formerly of The Police. With nine years, Doug studied with Eddie Lafreniere, guitarist for big band leader Jimmy Dorsey, with whom he spent the next five years studying the music of Dave Brubeck and Duke Ellington. Later he received a scholarship to Pepperdine University-Malibu for Jazz Guitar, Classical Guitar and Voice, graduating with a triple major in 1984. In the following years he played with many different artists of various genres. In 1999, Doug started a world tour with Jewel that lasted for a year and a half. In 2001, he played pedal steel, mandolin and background vocals for Tracy Chapman's North American tour. Shortly after that, Lucinda Williams hired Pettibone as her multi-instrumentalist, singer and music director to tour, record, and co-produce. Doug´s intensive collaboration with Lucinda lasted for eight years, and continued at a later stage again. In the following years, Pettibone realized several projects with other artists. In 2004 Doug participated in the Legends Rock TV show produced in the South of France, featuring guest artists such as Sam Moore, Billy Preston and Tony Joe White. Ray LaMontagne is amongst the artist Doug went on tour with, in 2009 it was Marianne Faithfull who called him up to go on tour. After that Marianne Faithfull and Doug Pettibone started to write together new songs for a new album. In the last few years, Pettibone has played live and/or recorded with some of the most influential artists of our times, among them Keith Richards, Norah Jones, Steve Earle, Elvis Costello, Joan Baez, Mark Knopfler, Draco Rosa, Sting, Michelle Shocked, Vic Chesnutt, Kevin Montgomery, amongst others. In 2012 he went on tour with Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis Presley. In 2013 Pettibone toured with Lucinda Williams with just the two of them on stage. He joined John Mayer's touring band as lap steel and guitar player for the Born and Raised 2013 World Tour. 2016 Doug is on World Tour with the Italian Zucchero - accompanied by Brian Auger on Hammond Organo.
21:233 years ago
Gibson - The Collection Slash Custom Edition
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Gibson - The Collection Slash Custom Edition

Few artists have had as profound an impact on modern music as the rock icon SLASH. From Guns N’ Roses to Slash’s Snakepit, and Velvet Revolver to his latest collaborations with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators, SLASH brings his inimitable style and swagger to each project and continues to influence countless guitarists and musicians across generations and genres worldwide. In The Collection: Slash, the guitarist draws new insights into the stories behind the music through exclusive interviews with Mark Agnesi (Director of Brand Experience at Gibson). At over 300 pages in length, The Collection:Slash is lavishly illustrated, a rare and collectible book with numerous photos of the guitarist and his impressive guitar collection, shot by the Gibson team, and legendary rock photographer Ross Halfin, whose relationship with SLASH extends back to an early Guns N’ Roses portrait session from 1986. Written and edited by Gibson editor-in-chief Chris Vinnicombe, The Collection: Slash is a must-have for both SLASH fans, as well as anyone who admires fine and rare guitars. Only the highly collectible Custom edition of The Collection: Slash is hand-signed by SLASH and limited to 500 copies worldwide. The Custom edition measures 297 x 420 mm (11.69 x 16.54”) and comes inside a deluxe clamshell protective box with premium case candy inside the package including an Axe Heaven® Appetite Les Paul miniature guitar, an exclusive SLASH bandana, a guitar pick tin with Dunlop® guitar picks, a cover poster, four guitar art prints, and a certificate of authenticity.
00:5531 days ago
Orianthi playing with Cody Wright & John Thomas
Norman's Rare Guitars

Orianthi playing with Cody Wright & John Thomas

Orianthi playing with Cody Wright & John Thomas
06:5931 days ago
Blues-Metal master, Eric Steckel
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Blues-Metal master, Eric Steckel

Eric Steckel's career spans over 20 of his 29 years. Discovered by British Blues legend John Mayall as a kid, Eric spent much of his younger days touring Europe and the USA and has literally grown up on the road with a guitar in his hands.. Eric calls his style of playing BLUES METAL and that's a great description.....a blend of heavy, intense speed, original, soulful lines and bends all served up with a feel and groove second to none. Eric plays his own signature model Knaggs guitar through a Mezza Barba and the whole package just rocks beyond belief.
17:052 years ago
Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335
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Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335

NASHVILLE, TN: By leveraging its iconic past and leaning into the future, Epiphone has set the stage for the next era of sound for present and future generations. Epiphone is proud to take the next step in its partnership with world-famous guitarist and guitar collector Joe Bonamassa and launch the Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 in Sixties Cherry. The Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 is now available worldwide at authorized Epiphone dealers and on www.Epiphone.com. “I used my Gibson 335 on my first solo album because I wanted to sound like Eric Clapton,” says Joe Bonamassa. “A 335 makes you sound different because it’s semi-hollow, but it also has a very unique, fat and warm sound that no other guitar has. I sold the guitar about three years later to finance a move from NYC to Los Angeles. For almost 17 years I searched for that guitar, but then I finally got it back and now I want to share it with you.” “Joe has many guitars, but none have more personal significance than this ES-335,” says Mat Koehler, Sr. Director of Product Development at Gibson Brands. “We absolutely love the story and we’re honored to be able to help tell it with the release of this faithful recreation.” Some guitars are more special than others, even when that guitar is owned by a world-famous guitarist and guitar collector like Joe Bonamassa. In 1996, he purchased a red 1962 Gibson ES-335 and used the guitar on his first solo album, A New Day Yesterday. In 2001, he regrettably sold the guitar to help fund his move from New York to L.A. As the unexpected phone call resulted in Joe being reunited with his old friend, the red ES-335 that propelled him through his first solo album and launched him into a new life on the West Coast. Feeling fortunate to get his old guitar back, Joe promised that this important instrument would stay with him for the rest of his life. The Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 is a tribute to a legendary guitarist and one of his cherished instruments. It features a one-piece mahogany neck with an Indian laurel fretboard and a comfortable Rounded C profile, Gibson BurstBucker 2 and 3 pickups wired to CTS potentiometers and Mallory capacitors, A Switchcraft pickup selector toggle switch and output jack and a Maestro Vibrola. The Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 arrives with a custom hardshell case with Epiphone and Joe Bonamassa graphics and a certificate of authenticity.
02:393 months ago
 LIVE with Orianthi
Norman's Rare Guitars

LIVE with Orianthi

LIVE with Orianthi
22:304 months ago
2018 Fender Custom Shop 1957 Journeyman Hardtail Stratocaster
Guitar Of The Day

2018 Fender Custom Shop 1957 Journeyman Hardtail Stratocaster

2018 Fender Custom Shop 1957 Journeyman Hardtail Stratocaster Guitar of the Day
09:5831 days ago
Jack Ryan
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Jack Ryan

In this episode of 'Nextdoor Sessions' Norman Harris from Norman's Rare Guitars interviews Jack Ryan. Watch Jack Ryan perform on guitar and banjo, discuss his origins, style, experiences on the road and marriage!
07:253 years ago
Taylor GS Mini Comparison 2021 Rosewood, Mahogany, Koa, Koa Plus.
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Taylor GS Mini Comparison 2021 Rosewood, Mahogany, Koa, Koa Plus.

Today we're taking a look at Taylor's GS Mini offerings for 2021, and what sets them apart from each other. From the optional electronics in the Spruce/Rosewood and All-Mahogany models, to the modern classic Koa & new Koa Plus models, we are here to run down all of the specs and sounds of one of the most famous guitars in modern lore. Check em out, and tell us which one is your favorite!
26:2421 months ago
Fender American Pro II vs. American Ultra Stratocaster
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Fender American Pro II vs. American Ultra Stratocaster

"In keeping with our comparisons of Fender's new beautiful American Professional II line, we're back to take a look at the American Pro II Strat up against its modern and advanced older brother, the American Ultra. Though Fender has updated its flagship line, the American Pro II, with some more modern features, there are still a few key differences from the Ultras; namely, pickups, neck shapes, tuning machines, and finishes; however, the addition of some new pickup switching options, updated hardware, and heel contouring takes these two lines closer than ever before."
19:272 years ago
Beginning Blues Guitar Lesson - The 4 Blues Chord Shapes You Should Know
Griff Hamlin_ Blues Guitar Unleashed

Beginning Blues Guitar Lesson - The 4 Blues Chord Shapes You Should Know

"The blues typically revolves around 7th chords... not major 7th, and no minor 7th, but dominant 7th chords. Those chords can come in a few different shapes and sizes, but there are some basics that you really should know, and that's today's video."...Griff.
13:4410 months ago