Two Masters In Woe Slide Guitar Session

Two Masters In Woe Slide Guitar Session

Enjoy This Woe Slide Guitar Session With Duane Allman And Derek Trucks

Playing with a slide is as hard or as easy as you want it to be. If you’re an experienced guitarist, you’ll quickly catch the basics. The hardest parts are working out how hard you need to press with the slide, and remembering to play the notes directly on the fret, which can be confusing at first.I ts also called bottleneck guitar, a technique and style of guitar playing, whereby a hard object, typically a steel tube, a steel bar, or a glass bottleneck, is pressed across multiple strings and slid along the fingerboard to produce a smooth, whining sound that is in some ways evocative of the human voice.

Jan 25, 2014 Woe Slide Guitar Session – Duane Allman as well as Derek Trucks design Slide Bit
Amateur guitar sessions have in fact never ever been this really simple for any person that means to discover out the finest methods to play the guitar, swiftly.

Beginner guitar sessions have really never ever been this extremely simple for any person that means to discover out the finest methods to play the guitar, rapidly.

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Robert Johnson, Hound Dog Taylor, Robert Nighthawk, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Elmore James, Sonny Landreth, Duane Allman, Ry Cooder, Bonnie Raitt, Derek Trucks, George Thorogood, Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Healey, and Keb’ Mo’ are just a few examples of blues pioneers and masters who have a solid slide technique and their own signature slide styling.

Andy Aledort’s 30 Beginner Slide Blues Licks is your rite of passage for blues slide guitar. Whether you’ve been playing for years or just starting out, these 30 slide licks will jump start your slide chops and vocabulary.




Julio Carrillo
Marty, thanks to your lessons I’ve being able to improve my skills and my musicianship quite a lot. Really, thank you so much for doing this.

Luke Jamo
I love that you are still learning too. That’s what makes a great teacher. Would be stoked to get to see your lessons for a year. About to travel so Online tutorials would be brill

Mario Brenes
I’m kinda lazy when having to tune in alternate tunings. Oh well! Thanks, Marty! Awesome lesson, you really got me into playing with my old dusty slide :P

William Jackson
Thanks for this Marty, I get so much out of your lessons – I really appreciate the way you break it down!

Aaron Smith
Love it man. I find all your lessons totally useful and even found some great lesson packages on the Apple apps store. Keep it up dude. Your style is way more reflective of what I’m looking for then the other popular web teachers! Peace!

So when you’re learning something how do you set your goals and what practice techniques do you use? I always find I’m all over the place and I’ve been playing for years on and off.

Thanks for the lesson Marty! The slide has always been something I struggle with, and this was really helpful.

Awesome lesson, The Allman Brothers are my favorite band. Stay awesome Marty!

Michael T.
Killer lessons, love slide guitar. One of my favs is muddy waters.

Marty dude I just want to thank you for being awesome! I’m 21 just started playing in late December and felt LOST until I found your videos. You have no idea how much you have helped me dive into the world of guitar. I hope to keep learning from you. Thanks Dude!!

Michael Morris
Dude thank you so much for these lessons! Definitely made me a better guitar player :)

craig rothwell
Great lesson Marty. The slide is now a something I can use

Can you do a video on all the guitars you have? You know, thoughts on each, pros and cons, and situations you would use each in. It seems like you have a lot of guitars. I think many would enjoy it! Thanks bro!

Thanks Marty. Broke my first finger on my fret hand a while back and it doesn’t bend so good anymore. I think it’s gods way of telling me to learn to play slide guitar.

John Conroy
i love you bro, your honest humble and a hard working man! Your one hell of a picker as well

Matty James
Great video! I’ve recently been sinking myself in to Tedeschi Trucks, Allman Bros, Gov’t Mule etc. etc. Great players, and I’m addicted to Trucks’ slide ability/style. Your videos are always clear and informative with enough to push me, without drowning me! So the combination of your video addressing the stylings of these guys has made for a very productive (and fun!) afternoon. Keep up the great work! Cheers!

Butler Crow
The “BOX” explanation is so much more effective than…play these notes, folks! It makes sense, immediately. Thanks ol bro;)

Josaen Ronquillo
your videos have helped me so much! started as a mediocre guitar player who just knew the basic chords and you taught me to get better every day helping me know more than just that.

Michael Taylor
Thanks for the lesson. Keep the slide & ABB lessons coming

Ricardo Higareda
Awesome video Marty. I’ve been learning a lot. Waiting and saving for when you open up the club again.

Sweet! I actually bought a slide just because of your last slide video. I’m stoked about learning this one, please do more. Thanks!

Adam Hostetter
Thanks marty, you always make quality videos. Keep doing you, man! You have singlehandedly taught me guitar. Much gratitude.

Ryan Green
Another great video, makes me wanna buy an electric guitar

I love it that you’re getting into slide guitar! Because it means I’m now able to get into it as well :-).

Coras Dan
Thanx alot marty, you are the reason that made me pick up my guitar that my grandfather left me, i think that your lessons are awesome!

david wright
Great at last something I can learn to play without worrying about wrongly muting other strings whilst fretting with my chubby fingers,Many thanks!

Andrew Brown
Great video, please keep these coming. I just started playin slide a week or so ago so i am really lovin anything that helps, plus derek trucks is the man so his name in the title definitely caught my attention.

Marty can you show notes scales in standard for this type of guitar playing please!

Charlie F
pretty good Marty, you’re right- practice, practice and more practice. It is hard to get used to the thinking of placing the slide over the fret instead of between them, as we have been doing since day one…
Thanks for your lessons

I’ve been playing guitar for two months and one day I hope I’m as good as you

love that LP and the lessons!!! thnx Marty

Hary Feltersnatch
i was just looking for a Derek Trucks lesson, thanks Marty!

Being a musician from a young age I began singing at the age of five. I have been a live performer for about thirty years and have played in many bands from covers bands to original ensembles. At twenty I began to write a lot of my own songs and still do today and have written about two hundred works.
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Essential Blues Basics – Guitar World
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Before combining them, I remember first learning to solo over the standard 1-4-5 blues progression playing my axe and my teacher at the time gave me a quick trick for alternating between the minor and major pentatonic solos

Being a musician from a young age I began singing at the age of five. I have been a live performer for about thirty years and have played in many bands from covers bands to original ensembles. At twenty I began to write a lot of my own songs and still do today and have written about two hundred works.

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