Watch the SECTION 1: Key Concepts online guitar lesson by Robert Renman from Blues Booster
In section one, I'll go over a variety of concepts I use when playing lead guitar. I learned to play by listening to records, and copying what I heard, which is how many people still learn to play. Perhaps those days are gone now, with technology making it so easy to learn by slowing down songs and videos, etc. It was way harder back in the day, I tell you! However, I was also fortunate enough to study some music theory in my late teens, and that really helped me understand music better. So, I am going to share with you some useful theory concepts, such as some scales and triads, as well as some of the techniques I use, such as hybrid picking, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and sliding into notes.