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bass guitar Tutorial #4 “Cool bass guitar Riffs”

Link for PDF https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/71837_559043040782107_1831467979_n.jpg “Cool Riffs” for any musical genre, “frase chevere” para cual…
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9 Cool riffs on Electric Guitar

9 Cool famous riffs on E-Guitar. Most of them are quiete easy, so grap your guitar and play! TABs can be found on www.ultimate-guitar.com or at GOOGLE!
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Cool Guitar Riffs: Using Drone Notes

http://www.RiffNinja.com Here’s a cool guitar riff that uses drone notes. Drone note riffs are fun because you can sound like you’re playing very fast, when …

Blues Guitar Lesson – Cool Blues Guitar Riff Over a 12 Bar Chord Progression in G7

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2 Cool Blues Guitar Riffs & Licks

www.GuitarTipsWeekly.com Here are a couple of really cool blues licks that are pretty easy to play on guitar. They both use fourths quite a bit. Blues riffs sound great when you’re improvising or playing a solo.
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FULL COURSE, TAB, JAM TRACKS: truefire.at More free guitar lessons: bit.ly Right up there on the list of other essential power chording techniques is being able to slide around those two-finger fifth-grips cleanly, which will enable you to play classic riffs like Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man” and modern anthems like Mastodon’s “Blood and Thunder”. This riff puts together the sliding aspects heard in each one of these must know moments in the metal riff-tionary, as well as some sixth string palm mute drops for good measure, so you too can slide with the best of them.
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Cool Country & Blues Riffs (Acoustic Guitar)

www.RiffNinja.com Here are a couple of cool blues riffs that you can also use in country guitar. For more guitar lessons with Colin, visit http

VISO Music Vault – Miles Davis – Cool Jazz Sound

Subscribe ow.ly | Facebook ow.ly | Twitter ow.ly Exemplary television program with the Miles Davis Quintet featuring John Coltrane, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb, and including the Gil Evans Orchestra. The Sound of Miles Davis (New York, April 2, 1959): Miles Davis (tp); John Coltrane (ts); Wynton Kelly (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d); Ernie Royal (tp); Clyde Reasinger (tp); Louis Mucci (tp); Johnny Coles (tp); Emmett Berry (tp); Frank Rehak (tbn); Jimmy Cleveland (tbn); Bill Elton (tbn); Rod Levitt (tbn); Julius Watkins (french horn); Bob Northern (french horn); Bill Barber (tuba); Danny Bank (bass clarinet); Romeo Penque (woodwinds); Eddie Caine (woodwinds). So What, The Duke, Blues for Pablo, New Rhumba
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*Super Cool Guitar Lessons* – Play Country Roads – Guitar Songs For Beginners

www.guitar-in-a-nutshell.com – Learn to play “Country Roads” with is great guitar lesson for beginners Facebook: www.facebook.com Guitar Lessons Gallore! Learn to play lots of easy beginner guitar songs with the No.1 beginners guitar course

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