Sugar Mama. Introduction Teach Who recorded it? Nine Below Zero are an English Blues band who were at their height in popularity in the early 1980s but continue gigging to this day, having built up a cult following throughout Europe. Sugar Mama is a departure from their normally hi-energy style, but is an introductory riff that the majority […]
Shredding and the Phrygian mode. A tasty neo-classical run by Stone Mob’s guitarist Blaine “Shred Master General” Kaltman If you type “Shredding” as a Google search, two definitions for this verb will appear at the top of your screen. 1. To tear or cut into shreds. 2. To play a very fast intricate style of […]
Almost by definition, an acoustic blues in E is the original blues. Done right, it can send a shiver up your spine. If it’s below par, it can be incredibly boring to listen to. Boring an audience is the cardinal sin of any performing art and playing acoustich blues guitar is no different. That said, the blues in E […]
Easy Improvisation Let’s be honest, most of you must have had some dream about being on stage and improvising a guitar solo at the lead singer’s request and launching into an amazing medley of notes, melodies, riffs and tricks that will have the audience drooling for more; only to think, “I’ll never be able to […]
We’ve just added the 40 Blues Licks Special Edition of Guitar Coach Magazine. Play in the style of: Albert Collins, BB King, Billy Gibbons, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamassa, Matt Schofield & Stevie Ray Vaughan. Includes all the Tab and Backing Tracks which are also fully downloadable for your offline practice sessions.