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Noel Hathaway

@theBelperGuitarist · Guitar · United Kingdom

Guitarist, Teacher, sometime new music tweeter. Based in Derbyshire, UK. www.noelhathaway.co.uk

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Country Guitar: Creating a lick by using sixth intervals. Based around A and D Major chords this idea makes use of sixths to add texture to the chord changes. More…

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Major Thirds with oblique bends. More…

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Country Guitar: Turnaround/Ending over a V - I Cadence. Work on your; Pedal Steel Bends, Sliding Thirds and Tritone Double stops. Enjoy! More…

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Transcription of The Cures iconic single 'Just Like Heaven' More…

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Open String Lick in A Major. Use pick, pick, pull pattern on picking hand during first bar. More…

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Major Pentatonic with and added minor third. More…

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Transcription of intro lick More…
June 25, 2019

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All your Love More…
June 25, 2019

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All Your Love More…

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Acoustic Guitar: Swung 1/16th's and a couple of altered chords make this a stand out track to learn for your next open mic night... More…

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Perhaps THE prettiest thematic device to grace a 12 bar shuffle. Here's my take on how to play it. Like to know more? More…
June 14, 2019

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Use triads to craft a melodic 8 bar solo over a common modern country chord progression in C. More…
June 12, 2019

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Moving a lick around the fretboard and playing it in different registers can help create a theme and a sense of movement. Here I've taken one idea and shown it in different areas of the neck over a medium… More…

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A swinging line in B flat. Somewhere in the region of T Bone Walker or Charlie Christian. In trying to stay true to them the line is in one position (1, E - sixth position) over the B flat chord. More…

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Major Pentatonic shape 2 moving to Minor Pentatonic Shape 3 during a 12 bar blues. Effectively they are same pentatonic 'pattern' moved along the fretboard. Here they outline the I chord (Major Pentatonic)… More…
June 3, 2019

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Blues in B flat. Exploring arpeggio's, descending from the 5th each time. More…

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Learn to see and use the relationship between the major and minor pentatonic scales for a given key. By doing this you'll have the ability to create some interesting sounding lines. Importantly these will… More…

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Three ideas for creating lines using arpeggios over a ii V I progression in C Major. All the ideas start from the third of the arpeggio. 1. Starts on the 3rd of Dm and ends on the 7th, which leads into… More…

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B flat Jazz Blues. An etude looking at the use of the third when playing arpeggiating lines.… More…

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Knowing the relationship between chord tones can help you give your improvisations more power. Here the minor third C (in the key of A) becomes the minor 7th when viewed from the IV chord D7. More…

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A ii V I exercise working through the circle of fifths anti-clockwise / moving in intervals of a 4th. More…

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Inspirational Rockabilly lines by Cliff Gallup over a fairly typical I, IV, V chord progression. More…

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Two part Line, V - I; A Melody using the diminished (HW). Then all scale - descending through A diminished scale to resolve to the I, D. More…

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Chords are available all over the place once you stop jumping from root voicing to root voicing. Here are voicings for IV and V chords that are available to the left and right of the tonic or I chord. More…

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Use the hidden half diminished sound which is found inside the tonic 9th chord in your blues soloing. More…