In this video, I show you how to play riffs in-between chord changes in the style of Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and John Mayer.
Rhythm fills, or chord fills, as they are known, sound great punctuating the chord progressions you play on guitar.
It’s a great way to add interest to your rhythm guitar playing.
In this lesson, you learn several common chord fills you can apply to any progression you play on guitar.
I show you chord fills that relate to several common chord shapes so they are easy to access whilst playing progressions on your guitar. These chord shapes will act as a reference to help anchor the fill to the fretboard for you.
Not only will you learn each fill in isolation, and the shape it relates to, you will also learn how to put these chord fills together into a progression, so you can hear how great they sound in a musical context.
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