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Better Than I Used To Be is a great song to learn if you enjoy playing and singing. It's really catchy and most people have probably heard this one. Not a bad song to pull out for your friends. It's not terribly difficult, but it's a great one to learn to practice vocals.
I really like the acoustic version of Somethin Bout A Truck a lot because it's got a real cool "bluesy" sound to it. In part II of this lesson series, we'll go over how to play each verse and chorus and I'll show you an awesome filler riff to add in here and there to spruce things up a bit.
In part I of this lesson series, I'll focus a lot on how to play the intro to the acoustic version of Somethin Bout A truck by Kip Moore. This intro is challenging and it will really help improve overall pick control.
Eric Clapton is definitely one of my favorite guitar players of all time. There's always a Clapton song that will teach you something new and push you to the next level on guitar. Here's a lesson from Aaron where he shows how to play Change The World by Eric Clapton. For more lessons with Aaron, visit Aarons Guitar Lessons.
In this video, I teach another hybrid picking pattern that you can use to add a little extra style to your playing. This particular pattern calls for a combination of strumming and plucking the strings. It'll really make your rhythm guitar sound a little more country.
In this lesson, I'll teach you some awesome riffs that you can mix in with a rhythm guitar chord progression. The riffs fill in the gaps between the chords which adds a ton to your rhythm guitar playing. These riffs have a nice bluegrass and country sound to them.
In Part I of this lesson series, I'll go over the intro to Knee Deep by Zac Brown Band in detail. This is a challenging intro and it will definitely push you to the next level. The majority of the intro is played just using the pick and not much hybrid picking.
This lesson shows a little more complicated way to play Wanted by Hunter Hayes. I went over an easier way to play this a while back, but I got a request to teach the more difficult version. This is a great lesson for those a litte newer to hybrid picking.
I would highly recommend this tuner. All you do is clip it on the head stock of your guitar and it recognizes the pitch through sound vibrations. It's extremely accurate and it's perfect for tuning when your friends won't stop playing :) Follow the image link below for more details.