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  1. Power Chord Basics II (#622) - Page 3 by WholeNote Staff (593)
    <b>Mixing Single Notes & Power Chords</b><br> Up until now, our examples have consisted solely of power chords. However, we don't have to limit ourself to just this. We can combine single notes with our power chords. <br/><br/> ...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Beginner · 64271 Hits · 4.50/5 (52 ratings) · Last modified: 1/30/2000
  2. How To Be A Rock Star (#5648) - Page 4 by Kyle Ginn (249)
    now we will try a simple run.
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 22933 Hits · 3.40/5 (15 ratings) · Last modified: 12/3/2002
  3. Put Some Triplets In Your Playing (#66) - Page 2 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    So how can you learn to play these different types of note values? Below is an exercise where we trade off playing 8th notes and then 8th note triplets, first on the high A, and then on the low A. Measure 1 is all 8th notes...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 65687 Hits · 4.49/5 (41 ratings) · Last modified: 6/21/1999
  4. A Sampling of Fast Rock Licks (#1035) - Page 4 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Here's a Van Halen-esque type lick that somehow didn't come out right. Oh well. Note how we can take the same idea and just transfer it up one string at a time. The only other thing to point out about this is that our scale...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Advanced · 114148 Hits · 4.21/5 (107 ratings) · Last modified: 4/27/2000
  5. Memory Motel (#2846) - Page 1 by Robert Strait (6660)
    I thought it would be neat to sequence some accompianment ideas for a tune off my favorite <b>Rolling Stones</b> album, <b>"Black and Blue"</b> called, "Memory Motel). Here is the intro:
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 23848 Hits · 4.69/5 (103 ratings) · Last modified: 5/1/2001
  6. Finding My Way Style (#10869) - Page 5 by Robert Ridgeway (1351)
    Here is the last part of the chrous.
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 3482 Hits · No rating · Last modified: 4/24/2006
  7. Intermission, Meet Us At The Bar (c) DH (#5149) - Page 1 by Douglas Hirsch (860)
    While playing a club or venue, there's always that<b>...."time for the band to take a break"....</b> So here's a <b>"little diddy"</b> I wrote to play and fade out while <b>announcing that necessary 20 minute break we need to...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 6082 Hits · 5.00/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 6/2/2004
  8. Beginner -> Lick`s (#11741) - Page 2 by Hixz Erixon (52)
    #2
    Rock/Pop · Beginner · 3529 Hits · 3.25/5 (4 ratings) · Last modified: 8/25/2007
  9. Pentatonic Exercise (#7385) - Page 1 by Ernest Esterson (16)
    This exercise in a common pentatonic scale form in C# minor. Always use a metronome and make sure you can play the exercise clean and mistake free. Limit your wrist movement so the pick doesnt move to far away from the stri...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 6503 Hits · 4.83/5 (6 ratings) · Last modified: 12/23/2003
  10. Memory Motel (#2846) - Page 4 by Robert Strait (6660)
    This is the bridge:
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 23848 Hits · 4.69/5 (103 ratings) · Last modified: 5/1/2001
  11. Can You Say "Cliche"? (#47) - Page 3 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Here's one that the whiz kids up at Berklee in Boston used to play a bit. Every once in a while someone would get their solo going, blow their load in the first chorus, and then run out of ideas. So what would they do to fi...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 192561 Hits · 3.91/5 (124 ratings) · Last modified: 6/11/1999
  12. Basic Scale Patterns (#36) - Page 6 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Now let's do the same thing but in an ascending fashion instead of a descending fashion....
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 205964 Hits · 4.31/5 (218 ratings) · Last modified: 6/7/1999
  13. Basic Scale Patterns (#36) - Page 5 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Up to now, all of our lines have been composed of eighth notes. Do you think we could play the four previous examples but as triplets instead of eighth notes? You bet we could, so let's take the line from page 1 and play it...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 205964 Hits · 4.31/5 (218 ratings) · Last modified: 6/7/1999
  14. Art of Rock Guitar: Rolling and Tumbling (#717) - Page 4 by Richard Daniels (51)
    <table width=100% border=0 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0> <tr> <td width=10% align=center valign="top"> <A HREF="/includes/buyclick.asp?fromUrl=Heavy1&toUrl=http://www.heavyguitar.com/artrock.html" TARGET="newWindow"><IMG...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Advanced · 276411 Hits · 3.76/5 (374 ratings) · Last modified: 2/25/2000
  15. Accompaniment Elements Of Rhythm Guitar (#1186) - Page 1 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    The other day, I was listening to Alanis Morissette's unplugged version of the Police's "King of Pain", and as I started playing along with it, I realized that there were a few different musical elements I was using to make t...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 108512 Hits · 4.69/5 (154 ratings) · Last modified: 6/21/2000
  16. LAZY - An Original Tune (#4434) - Page 4 by Charles Gacsi (42523)
    Here is the first section. It is 9 measures with a repeat for a total of 18 measures. C 1986
    Rock/Pop · Advanced · 22526 Hits · 4.91/5 (11 ratings) · Last modified: 4/25/2004
  17. Accompaniment Elements Of Rhythm Guitar (#1186) - Page 4 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Now, we'll play the melody along with our anticipated guitar part. Compare this to the example in page 2. The difference is subtle but more effective...
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 108512 Hits · 4.69/5 (154 ratings) · Last modified: 6/21/2000
  18. Accompaniment Elements Of Rhythm Guitar (#1186) - Page 10 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Now listen to the melody played with the anticipated version of our rhythm part. It's subtle, but effective, and goes a bit better with the melody...
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 108512 Hits · 4.69/5 (154 ratings) · Last modified: 6/21/2000
  19. Accompaniment Elements Of Rhythm Guitar (#1186) - Page 12 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Now listen to the melody played with the souped-up, anticipated version of our rhythm part. Again, it's subtle, but makes for a much more effective rhythm part. Try doing the same thing with some of your favorite songs, and ...(more)
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 108512 Hits · 4.69/5 (154 ratings) · Last modified: 6/21/2000
  20. Accompaniment Elements Of Rhythm Guitar (#1186) - Page 9 by Christopher Sung (9641)
    Now let's take our straight rhythm part and apply an anticipation to the F#m chord. You can see this on the <b>and</b> of beat 2 in measures 1 and 3.
    Rock/Pop · Intermediate · 108512 Hits · 4.69/5 (154 ratings) · Last modified: 6/21/2000