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21 Responses to Blues Rock Guitar Lessons – How to Solo – Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin Inspired Soloing Lesson
  1. EZrasfadia
    March 29, 2012 | 2:37 pm

    When people say something goes in an out of the minor and major of a key (e.g. A minor and A major), what does that mean? Like does it mean it it’s A major but also using? the minor third, or is it just a mix of two completely different keys (A minor has three different notes than A Major)?

  2. dclan86
    March 29, 2012 | 4:42 pm

    Well, good question and this is going to be kind of hard to explain on here but I will try. I believe that in most cases it really isn’t that the song contains both major and/or minor elements, it more means that the song doesn’t affirmatively have elements that makes it one or the other. For instance, the riff Marty uses above is made up of all power chords, and power chords are considered neither major or minor. Therefore when soloing over? them, you? can use both the major or minor pentatonic

  3. blacpuppet
    March 29, 2012 | 7:15 pm

    yep?

  4. TheDjshortblueberry
    March 29, 2012 | 8:22 pm

    hey Marty can? u please do a mark knopfler inspired guitar lesson this would awesome ps marty rocks

  5. TheArterra61
    March 30, 2012 | 5:16 am

    teach? walk? by pantera please :) :):)!!!!!!!

  6. TheArterra61
    March 30, 2012 | 5:17 am

    lol
    ?

  7. TheArterra61
    March 30, 2012 | 5:17 am

    try? 1.30

  8. TheArterra61
    March 30, 2012 | 5:34 am

    awesome
    ?

  9. EZrasfadia
    March 30, 2012 | 11:43 am

    Hm, that makes sense. And? now it also makes sense why power chord progressions are almost always involving 1, 4, and 5, because the other those are the only notes that a major and its parallel minor have in common besides the 2. Thank you for the response :D

  10. dclan86
    March 30, 2012 | 4:16 pm

    Exactly! There are a few other ways to get major and minor tonality into one single progression but it may? be a little too deep to go into on here. Look it up if you are interested.

  11. sherriandalan
    March 30, 2012 | 8:05 pm

    Thanks Marty, this lesson was more of what I was looking for. HA HA not that I can play that fast. I’ll go slow and get faster a little at a time, can’t? just go running with the big dog all at once.

  12. renegansteel1
    March 31, 2012 | 7:50 am

    thanks a lot, man!!! you´re the guitar instructor i needed but never could afford. if i ever have? the money, i gonna buy your dvd collection, promise. greetings from leipzig, germany!

  13. frosteddan
    March 31, 2012 | 1:20 pm

    That? was fucking tasty marty

  14. jjulch
    March 31, 2012 | 6:48 pm

    Marty, I still think you need a Heritage 157 (Les Paul Custom) to add? to your collection…..

  15. litsas4life
    April 1, 2012 | 3:48 am

    halo intro??

  16. Htotheb83
    April 1, 2012 | 6:47 am

    I think its time for a Marty Schwartz Gibson Signature Model – Awesome? Lesson again

  17. 4u2ccamaro
    April 1, 2012 | 12:10 pm

    Marty another great video. Can you please do a video on how? to play Grand Funk railroads – Time Machine. I absolutely love that riff. t Thanks again and keep on strumming.

  18. TheDjshortblueberry
    April 1, 2012 | 12:37 pm

    hey Marty? can make a lesson on jimi Hendrix 1983 a merman i should turn to be

  19. MadMatt49
    April 2, 2012 | 5:07 pm

    this? is so cool and it sounds really funky

  20. yellowstonestv
    April 5, 2012 | 7:53 am

    Hes fuckin siick he can? play

  21. TheMollyjustin
    April 5, 2012 | 10:01 pm

    Marty been watching your vids for about a year now….learned the pentatonics, thank you. Learned some licks, thank you. Got an idea on how power chords work…thanks!

    Question, tho.? I notice you use a looping device. Here’s what I have, a Fender Strat with a Fender combo amp and also a Epi Les Paul with a Line 6 combo….what is a good Loop pedal that would work for either or both of this combinations, that I may switch from one set to another?

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