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  Introduction To Lead Guitar. Part 1 | Lessons @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Lead guitar and rhythm guitar simply refer to two different ways the guitar can be played used in the context of a band.
Lead guitarists are the more glamorous and "rock star" type, as they are characterized by their mastery of the fretboard.
Lead guitarists add solos to songs, and often use the structure provided by the rhythm guitarist's work as a foundation for their improvisation.
www.ultimate-guitar.com /lessons/for_beginners/introduction_to_lead_guitar_part_1.html   (2250 words)

  
  Guitar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Archtop guitars were immediately adopted upon their release by both jazz and country musicians and have remained particularly popular in jazz music, usually using thicker strings (higher gauged round wound and flat wound) than acoustic guitars.
A guitar using this tuning can tune to itself by the fact, with a single exception, the 5th fret on one string is the same note as the next open string; that is, a 5th-fret note on the sixth string is the same note as the open fifth string.
A "guitar pick" or "plectrum" is a small piece of hard material which is generally held between the thumb and first finger of the picking hand and is used to attack the strings.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Guitar   (6976 words)

  
 Lead guitar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lead guitar refers to a role within a popular music band, especially a rock band, that provides melody or melodic material, as opposed to the rhythm of the rhythm guitar, bass, and drums.
Fills occur during the pauses of the lead singer's parts between phrases or sections.
Generally played through a series of modulating and distorting effects, the lead guitar styles are often characterised by the individual sound of the artist.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lead_guitar   (518 words)

  
 Guitar/Lead Guitar and Rhythm Guitar - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
Lead guitar and rhythm guitar are mildly confusing terms, especially to the beginner.
Another explanation of the difference between lead guitar and rhythm guitar is that they are two different parts of a band that happen to be played by the same instrument.
That is, rhythm guitar is part of the underlying rhythm section (bass, drums, and [at times] piano, for example), while lead guitar is a solo voice like vocals (lead), piano (lead), etc.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/Guitar:Lead_Guitar_and_Rhythm_Guitar   (572 words)

  
 Lead Guitar Licks Lesson - DVD Sheet Music Instructional Methods
As a follow up to the previous lesson which taught how to play guitar scales for a 24 fret guitar, this lesson gives examples and teaches lead guitar solo licks that are derived from the scales that can be played on a 24 fret guitar.
Although the lead guitar licks taught in this lesson are titled with a basic description of what type of sound they may develop, they may also be applied to many other playing styles when playing the guitar.
Lead Guitar Solo Licks Example's E Harmonic Minor This lick can be considered in the playing style of Yngwie Malmsteen
www.guitartabbooks.com /freelessons/lick.htm   (551 words)

  
 Country Lead Guitar Series
All of the various lead guitar studies from the Jim Sutton Institute of Guitar are interrelated.
The focus of Country Lead Guitar Study 2 is on the "A" shaped barre chord played at the 5th fret.
The focus of Country Lead Guitar Study 4 is on the E shapped barre chord played at the 10th fret.
www.guitar-jimsuttoninst.com /Countryleadgt.html   (292 words)

  
 Guitar Solos, Leads, Riffs, and Licks
How do you learn to play leads You can take private lessons, you can teach yourself, you can attempt to learn utilizing written, do-it-yourself courses or Internet based courses-or you can purchase instructional video's offered for sale by the actual musician of the songs and leads you are trying to learn.
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www.guitar-leads.com   (4005 words)

  
 Playing Lead Guitar and Famous Lead Guitarists
As guitar solos tend to occur while the lead singer is not singing, attention is thus focused on the work of the lead guitarist, even though the rest of the band may also continue to play.
Satriani and Vai showcase their talents, along with other lead guitar greats, in a tour known as G3, where three lead guitarists perform their own work, and then all three come together for a set of cover songs, where each guitarist's improvisational skills are featured.
Even those lead guitarists who are not remembered still provide an important feature to the songs they play, through their use of musical embellishments that compliment the work of the rest of their band.
www.guitarsland.com /leadguitar   (855 words)

  
 Learn Lead Guitar With Uncle Tim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Uncle Tim's Building Blocks is a visual study in lead playing and the quickest way to learn how to create screaming lead lines and emotional melodic statements that will make people wonder how you got so good.
Uncle Tim's First Year is the beginning of the exploration of visual music for guitar and guitar tabs.
Guitar chords for each key are in every place on the fretboard.
www.uncletim.com /lead-guitar-index.htm   (551 words)

  
 Guitar Tricks - Tips on learning Lead guitar???
In the mean time, listen to the songs you like, as long as there are some guitar leads in them.
You may be able to play guitar in a few days but to master it is a long way to go.
If you are more into lead, you must know chords and that is a must, It is such a shame when you know how to play lead but do not know how to play B minor chord and I have a friend like that.
www.guitartricks.com /forum/showthread.php?t=1836   (789 words)

  
 Guitar Instruction Books
The scale is learned in five positions covering the whole fretboard, along with a variety of licks and solos demonstrating techniques such as slides vibrato and note bending.
Deals with rhythm as it applies to lead guitar playing concentrating on phrasing and timing and how to get the most out of the notes you play.
Featuring over 50 Fingerpicking guitar licks, riffs and solos which can be applied to Rock, Blues, Country or Folk styles etc. Incorporates licks based upon chords and chord progressions, monotonic bass lines and open tunings.
www.guitarsam.com /catalog3/guitar-instruction.htm   (1115 words)

  
 Play Guitar Magazine: Lead Licks, page1
If you’ve been strumming your guitar for a while (even a short while) but have visions of taking triumphant guitar solos, it’s time to take a stab at playing lead guitar, and the best place to get started is with the blues.
Playing lead guitar means understanding the relationship between the chords in a song and the single-note, scale-based licks, or short melodic fragments, played over those chords.
Blues lead guitar draws on a variety of influences and sounds, but by far the most important ingredient is the minor-pentatonic scale, and almost everyone’s first experiences with lead guitar start here.
www.playguitarmagazine.com /article/PG5/PG5,5476,LESSONSANDSONGS-1.asp   (716 words)

  
 LeadGuitarWorkshop.ws
Guitar lead is both an art and a science.
For a lead part to sound acceptable and not weird or discordant, the notes played should be in the same Key as whatever chord progression the rhythm guitar or rhythm section is playing.
The guitar pick is alternately stroked up and down in a rhythmic fashion and another note is struck on every upstroke and on every down stroke.
www.leadguitarworkshop.ws   (1812 words)

  
 The Lead Guitar Licks Encyclopedia
After years of playing lead guitar in several bands I started to see what people wanted to hear and dance to -- material they were already familiar with.
At that point I began to ask what lead styles went with what types of music, and the idea for this encyclopedia was born.
As you continue to add more lead styles to your repertoire, you'll use these licks repeatedly, as they are some of the most commonly used licks in the world.
www.learntoplaylead.com   (435 words)

  
 How to play lead guitar lessons| Testimonials   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The course has been very helpful, the main thing with guitar leads I have picked up, is to gain accuracy first than work on speed, Maybe slightly longer riffs would help, but I do find them as useful tools to build on.
I've played the guitar since I was 13 (I'm now 55), but the only band I've ever been in disbanded when I was 17 and I've gone long periods without playing much at all.
It is a great way to "break-down" difficult leads and by learning a little at a time, you don't find your self overwhelmed and quitting because its to hard to learn.
www.guitar-leads.com /testimonials.htm   (4563 words)

  
 Instructional Lead & Solo Guitar Videos
For each song, the guitar parts are played first slowly, then up to speed to help players learn each riff and solo properly, and there are backing tracks to play along with.
In Blues Rock Guitar Soloing, Mat demonstrates the art of phrasing which is the key to all improvised music as heard in the music of Santana, Clapton and SRV.
Allow one of guitar's leading educators to show you the essentials of playing exciting rock leads.
www.andplay.com /guitarlead.htm   (1785 words)

  
 Play Lead Guitar
Jamorama Lead Guitar is made up of 43 video lessons that take the student from intermediate level through to being a competent lead guitarist playing like a pro.
The Jamorama Lead Guitar Kit specifically targets the guitar player with soem experience who wants to take his or her playing to the next level - soloing.
I designed Jamorama Lead Guitar to be a complete learning system and the easiest to follow guitar learning method available.
www.squidoo.com /playleadguitar   (698 words)

  
 Lead Guitar Solos
In this book and CD you will find many different examples of guitar solos.
As you progress throughthe examples you will learn all the techniques you need to put together an authentic lead solo.
On the CD each example is played once with the lead guitar and once without.
www.guitarplace.com /ST100.html   (109 words)

  
 Guitar Secrets offering free online guitar lessons
Guitar Lesson 15 Using the root 6 and root 5 bar chords.
Guitar Lesson 17B Learn the modes in the key of C major.
Guitar lesson 26 Leading to modulation, part 5.
guitarsecrets.com   (1128 words)

  
 Learn to play lead guitar | Guitar
When you first learn to play lead guitar it is very important to be disciplined and be able to put the hours in that are needed to master your craft.
As the lead guitarist you are responsible for the backup musicians and need to be able to think on your feet and cover any mistakes that may happen during a set.
When you first start to learn to play lead guitar it is important to practice while in the seated position.
www.guitar.web225.com /learn-to-play-lead-guitar.html   (534 words)

  
 Online Guitar Lessons
Here at Guitar Tricks we have a very practical solution to your dilemma, and a site that has so much variety that you will literally learn things about the guitar you never knew before no matter who you are....no matter how much guitar you have studied...even if you have played for 30 years.
C urrently on Guitar Tricks, we are showing our members 2893 of the 10343 total lessons that we have amassed over the years.
This means that for most practical purposes, you won't be able to afford to learn a variety of guitar styles.
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 lead guitar | Atomic Guitar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
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www.atomicguitar.com /leadguitar   (2118 words)

  
 Blues Lead Series
The focus of Blues Lead Guitar Study 1 is on the minor pentatonic scale.
The minor pentatonic which has its main root, (A note), on the 5th string, is the focus of this study.
The study is laid out in the same format as Blues Lead Guitar Study 1.
www.guitar-jimsuttoninst.com /Blueslead.html   (254 words)

  
 Introduction To Lead Guitar. Part 2 | Lessons @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Note how the best lead guitar work is also fueled by a strong sense of rhythm and timing; ultimately, being a successful guitarist will requires cultivating skill on with your lead hand on the fretboard and with your rhythm hand over the sound hole.
Below are three examples of exceptional lead guitar work by some of music's finest guitarists.
While often overshadowed by their more flamboyant and theatrical counterparts who play lead guitar, the rhythm guitarist is indispensable in the process of creating a great song.
www.ultimate-guitar.com /lessons/for_beginners/introduction_to_lead_guitar_part_2.html   (2092 words)

  
 Country Lead Guitar Tab Licks - Sheet Music
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www.guitartabbooks.com /freelessons/countryleadguitarlicks.htm   (85 words)

  
 Lead Guitar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
When playing lead guitar you should try and get the most out of the notes as you can.
It's not the amount of notes you play in a lead solo, it is how you play them that counts.
Click Here and check out the DVD that will take you from guitar zero to guitar hero by showing you all the shortcuts.
www.greatguitargiveaway.com /lead.html   (297 words)

  
 Guitar Leads & Licks
Guitar Leads shows you how to play all those 'way cool' playing tricks to make you sound like Hendrix or Satriani plus those wild visual antics used by famous musicians on stage.
Guitar Leads comes with a heap of exercises you can use to polish your skills no matter what sort of music you're into.
As part of our new Guitar Leads and Licks course, we've also developed a few extra licks and tricks for you to include in your own style of playing.
www.guitarleads.com.au   (2334 words)

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