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Old 02-24-2013, 06:42 PM   #1
brittauzenne
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how to go about learning this piece

hello. so i want to move up on my elec guitar, but I'm wondering what the best way is to go from playing regular songs to more riffy stuff. i just dont know where to start. i know some jazz chords, but i wanna play stuff like the hendrix guitar solo from electric ladyland. whats a good starting point? do i just watch someone play and mimic or what?

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Old 02-24-2013, 10:43 PM   #2
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Well there are many different techniques to go about learning this solo. What i recomend is listening to the solo normally then looking up the tab on here. You can find a program to help slow down the song to get phrasing. If there are any texhniques u dont know u should look up the lesson on UG. You should take it very slow at first. Then try to play along to the original recording.
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Old 02-25-2013, 06:19 AM   #3
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Well there are many different techniques to go about learning this solo. What i recomend is listening to the solo normally then looking up the tab on here. You can find a program to help slow down the song to get phrasing. If there are any texhniques u dont know u should look up the lesson on UG. You should take it very slow at first. Then try to play along to the original recording.


Okay, cool, Ill go slow.
thank you.
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