Hard Rock Lead Guitar
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Hard Rock Lead Guitar

The ultimate guide to speed and accuracy
5.0 (2 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
4 students enrolled
Created by Marc Terribilini
Last updated 8/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Students will learn how to improve there guitar skills through speed and accuracy
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Requirements
  • Guitar, pick, cables, amplifier
Description

Welcome to Hard Rock Lead Guitar, the ultimate guide to speed and accuracy. This course was designed to break down fast and complicated techniques into there most basic components, building yourself a solid foundation to grow. Some of the techniques covered include legato, staccato, sweep picking, tapping, and more!  This isn’t just a library of licks, but a group of exercises/licks that will build your strength, dexterity, speed, and accuracy which you can use to improve and write your own material. Practice these licks on a daily basis and I guarantee you will be out-playing the average guitar player in no time!

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to play lead guitar
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Curriculum For This Course
37 Lectures
01:32:51
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Introduction
2 Lectures 02:30

Introduction and overview of what this course will cover.

Preview 00:49

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Leggato - building strength and dexterity
5 Lectures 11:36

Hammer-ons and pull-offs: 2 notes per string
03:36

Hammer-on and pull-offs: 3 notes per string
03:22

Hammer-on and pull-offs: 4 notes per string
01:07

Additional exercises
02:53
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Staccato - build picking speed and accuracy
11 Lectures 29:46
Intro to picking, holding the pick, wrist action, and palm muting
03:37

Picking styles
03:28


Single string speed: Ascending/descending 2s
00:54

Single string speed: Ascending/descending 3s
04:03

Single string speed: Ascending/descending 4s
01:40


Two string speed: ascending/descending 3s
02:25

Two string speed: string skipping
01:52

Multiple string speed
02:24

Additional exercises
04:13
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Sweep picking - building fluidity
4 Lectures 09:57
Introduction to sweep picking
03:11

3 string sweeps
01:42

Major arpeggios
02:08

Minor arpeggios
02:56
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Tapping
5 Lectures 09:46
Introduction to tapping
02:48

Single string tapping: along a scale
01:53

Two string tapping
01:41

Tap and bend
01:46

Tap and slide
01:38
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Other guitar techniques, tricks, and tips
9 Lectures 27:12

Vibrato and the importance of muting
03:32

Natural, artificial, and tapping harmonics
06:47

Palm slides and harmonic sweep
01:52

Bends, rakes, and false harmonic bends
03:47

Volume swells
01:46

Pick tapping
01:29

Whammy bar screams
03:26

Additional whammy bar tricks
02:31
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Wrap up
1 Lecture 02:04
Overview and advice
02:04
About the Instructor
Marc Terribilini
5.0 Average rating
2 Reviews
4 Students
1 Course
Design, Music, and Tech

Marc has gained considerable experience over the years in the fields of guitar performance, audio/video production, digital design, and various outdoor activities. 

I started playing guitar when I was almost 16 years old and haven't stopped since, with influences like Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Van Halen, Dimebag, Zakk Wylde, Paul Gilbert, and many many more. I earned my undergraduate degree from Chico State University in Music Industry & Technology: with a concentration in recording arts. There I learned proper recording techniques along with music theory and guitar performance classes to improve both my knowledge and skill. I've played in a few bands and have experience as a studio musician, available for lead guitar tracking.

I also have experience in UX/UI design and earned my masters degree from San Francisco's Academy of Art University. There, I learned about user experience design, visual design, motion design, and front end coding. With these skills, I've gained my graduate degree and have a great understanding of what it takes to create not only a great website, but a great experience as well.

I'm also an avid fan of the outdoors and have been shooting archery since I was 7 years old. I've competed with my family and gone to many local, regional, state, and world archery competitions. I've gained keen insight into what makes or breaks a great archer and I love helping others when they have the desire to improve.