Saturday, 12 November 2016
Steph Dawson - Vocals/Bass
Ruth Cranston - Guitar/Vocals
Emma Anderson - Drums/Vocals
Trio from Newcastle upon Tyne in the UK. Debut EP, SCREAM is out now, featuring the debut single, Get Some. https://www.facebook.com/screamofsirens/
Scream Of Sirens - Mossley Rag, Manchester UK 2016
Finalist Arielle's performance of "Pretty Little Adriana" with Vince Gill at Guitar Center's OnStage Finals, recorded live at The Mint in Los Angeles, CA on September 28, 2016.
Arielle: Finalist of Guitar Center OnStage with Vince Gill
http://bit.ly/2eRynbD - Call Me the Breeze Guitar Lesson - Lynyrd Skynyrd Call Me the Breeze Intro
Lynyrd Skynyrd is probably one of the best know southern rock bands ever. In the short time before the tragic plane crash that claimed the lives of so many of the original band members, including lead singer Ronnie Van Zant, the band made just a few albums, but all of their huge hits came from those albums. Songs like Sweet Home Alabama, Tuesday’s Gone, Simple Man, I Ain’t the One, Gimme Three Steps, the iconic classic Freebird, and Call Me the Breeze are just a few of the classic Lynyrd Skynyrd songs that are still in heavy rotation on the radio. In this Call Me the Breeze guitar lesson from Guitar Control, Stephanie shows you how to play the killer uptempo intro to Call Me the Breeze by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Call Me the Breeze is a catchy uptempo Lynyrd Skynyrd song with a simple structure. The Call Me the Breeze chords are basic and the intro licks are built around a simple scale pattern common to a lot of the Lynyrd Skynyrd classics. This Call Me the Breeze guitar lesson takes a close look at the intro and Stephanie breaks it all down for you note for note, including some of the techniques you can use to really put some color on the licks. This is a pretty easy Lynyrd Skynyrd guitar lesson that features one of their most infectious guitar introductions. There are some basic lead guitar techniques at work here, but even a beginner should be able to pull these licks off with little difficulty.
If you’re a fan of Lynyrd Skynyrd, a southern rock fan, a fan of great classic rock licks, or you just want to learn a really cool guitar intro, this Call Me the Breeze guitar lesson is perfect for you. It’s an ideal lesson for anyone who wants to learn how to play a southern rock classic. Grab your guitar and learn how to play Lynyrd Skynyrd on guitar today.
Call Me the Breeze Guitar Lesson - Lynyrd Skynyrd Call Me the Breeze Intro
Vixen Vendetta, rockin' Judas Priest's "You've Got Another Thing Comin'" and "Electric Eye", as well as Black Sabbath's "War Pigs", at the "Mystic Moon Tower" Halloween show, October 29, 2016.
Judas Priest & Black Sabbath - as performed by Vixen Vendetta
Slipknot - Custer - Album: .5: The Gray Chapter (2014) guitar cover by Jassy J =)
ENG: Woo! Another one from their latest album. Damn it's already 2 years old! How do you like my cover? \m/
PLEASE NOTE: I lowered the backingtrack's volume so that you can hear what I play. Also I did both of the guitar parts.
DEU: Woo! Wieder ein Song vom letzten Album. Meine Güte, das ist ja auch schon wieder 2 Jahre alt... Hoffe es gefällt! \m/
Ich habe den Backingtrack leiser gemacht, damit ihr auch besser hört, was ich spiele. Habe auch beide Parts eingespielt.
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Guitar: Fernandes Dragonfly Deluxe BLK
Equipment: Jimmy Clip
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SLIPKNOT - Custer [GUITAR COVER] | Jassy J