Brendan Burns takes an in-depth look at the guitar styling of legendary rock band The Rolling Stones. Specifically, Brendan breaks down the techniques and conceptual ideas in Keith Richard' and Mick Taylor's playing.
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Brendan Burns demonstrates how Keith Richards and Mick Taylor make up The Rolling Stones' sound.Begin the Course
Brendan Burns discusses how open G tuning and chordal embellishments are key components of Keith Richards' guitar sound.
Brendan explains some Stones-eque chord progressions that utilize the open G chord shapes from the previous lesson. He also introduces the concept of secondary dominant chords.
Brendan Burns begins to discuss the rhythmic tendencies that occur in The Rolling Stones' playing. Specifically, he demonstrates and discusses the use of anticipations.
Brendan Burns discusses how The Rolling Stones incorporate blues elements into their songwriting and guitar playing.
Brendan Burns discusses the use of open chords and their embellishments in The Rolling Stones' playing.
Brendan Burns discusses how The Rolling Stones borrowed ideas from players such as Chuck Berry to create their own unique lead guitar ideas.
Brendan discusses how The Rolling Stones utilize the minor pentatonic forms in their lead playing.
Brendan Burns demonstrates how The Rolling Stones use the major pentatonic scales in their playing.
Brendan Burns takes an in-depth look at the bending techniques used by The Rolling Stones' guitarists.
Brendan Burns finishes up his look at The Rolling Stones' bending concepts with a lesson on bending minor chords.
Brendan Burns demonstrates The Rolling Stones' use of diatonic third and sixth intervals as well as oblique counterpoint in their lead ideas.
Brendan Burns wraps up his style of The Rolling Stones series with a discussion about how to add all of the lead elements together.
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