What does every guitarist want? We want power, flexibility, dexterity, awesome timing, and we want to be able to visualise notes all over the fretboard… right? This fun challenge is going to help you develop all of that and more!
I’m going to show you a seemingly simple lick that will stretch your hands to their limits, and if that sounds too easy we’ll also be introducing some hybrid picking and rhythmic techniques to really get you going. So grab your axe, learn the lick and head over to our Discord server to share your attempts with the rest our community!
Hybrid picking sounds sounds super complicated, but it’s actually quite easy to pick up. In this lesson I break this technique down to teach you everything you need to know so you can start incorporating it into your playing – today!
We’ll start with the basics – what exactly is hybrid picking and how do you pull it off? I’ll show you why this is such a cool technique, how to practice it effectively, when to use it and which tones it works best with. Even if you’ve never tried it before, by the end of this lesson you’ll be able to start using hybrid picking in your playing.
Hey guys, Micky Crystal here and today I’ve got a very cool hybrid picking legato lick for you.
I’m going to show you a couple of cool exercise to go along with this, and once you’ve learned the lick and the ideas behind it’ll enable you to create your own awesome hybrid picking legato licks.
Today I wanted to show you how I like to use .8th pattern delays to create really interesting sounding licks.
There’s actually quite a lot of work that goes into making this effect sound great such as way you approach your picking, how you’re muting, your left hand work and more… let me break it down for you!
In this lesson I’m going to break down the first solo from Distorted Dreams by my band McRocklin & Hutch. As well as teaching you how to play the notes step-by-step, I also cover all of the finer details – little tips and techniques that you can apply to your own playing to improve your note clarity and expression.
The solo isn’t too difficult technically, but it does feature a lot of cool techniques and phrasing which I cover in detail as I break things down. Most notably, it includes a hybrid picking section which sounds great but is also a super easy introduction to the technique if you’ve never used it before.