Question for you. How do you call the sound / technique in the first 5 seconds of the video?
I’m asking because I’ve heard several names for it. I’m not writing them here because I don’t want to influence you on the answer :)
(Or maybe there is a name for it and I, not being an English native speaker, am blissfully unaware of it)
Back to today’s video, you may notice that it’s quite long.
That’s because we are not only going to see how to make that sound on your guitar.
We are also going to dive deep and see how to write licks with that idea…. and how to adapt ALL your old licks to that idea.
I do understand the “sacrifice” I’m asking you… but of you grab your guitar and go through the video you’ll be way happier about your playing by the end of it.
If after watching the ‘long’ video above you are still hungry for more…
… then let me show you another idea, so simple that at first you would think that no music can be made with it… but hear what it does to a simple arpeggio: