Featured in the motion picture, Twilight, this hauntingly beautiful melody is an excellent study for the intermediate to advanced fingerstyle player.
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In this full band arrangement, you’ll learn a rhythm and lead part that complements the other instruments (vocal, u-bass, drums). The big takeaway in this lesson, is that you’ll learn how to not overplay in a band situation.
This arrangement is an advanced lesson that features many guitar techniques that defined Eddie’s playing. Hammer-ons, pull-offs, and legato licks are all incorporated in this arrangement.
The traditional song for New Years, this arrangement of “Auld Lang Syne” was written for the fingerstyle player in mind.
A classic American patriotic tune that is ideal for practicing quick chord changes up and down the neck.
This arrangement cycles through all the parts of the original recording including the drum breakdown.
This arrangement of “Canon” cycles through the form 8 times, giving us 8 variations on the classic song. Think of it this way: The song is 5 chords, played over 4 bars. These 4 bars are repeated 8 times, but played differently each time, thus creating 8 ‘themes’.
Combining elements of the original recording with a live orchestral performance, this arrangement encompasses the beauty behind George Michael’s brilliant songwriting.
Learn an eerie sounding fingerstyle etude that combines tritones, diminished chords, and the whole tone scale to create a Halloween-esque vibe.
In this etude, you’ll learn how to subtly use dynamics to create a significant emotional impact.
Continuing our fingerpicking series, this lesson uses a three finger approach. The song is comprised of 4 parts: the Into and Melodies A, B, C.
In this etude, we will incorporate diminished licks in a minor key to create a unique sound.
In this etude, you will learn 3 themes; two of which involve multiple forms of fingerpicking, while one is solely dedicated to triplet picking.
Learn a vintage ukulele tune that uses four expressive strumming techniques.
“Fly Me to the Moon” is a classic tune with a strong melody line that adapted well to the ukulele. I had a lot of fun with this arrangement and every time I play it I think of Bud Fox and Gordon Gekko!