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Noel Hathaway

@theBelperGuitarist · Guitar · United Kingdom

Guitarist, Music Teacher, New Knowledge Seeker. Based in Derbyshire, UK. Transcribing fun funky stuff - Country, Blues, Rockabilly and Surf mostly. Support me here www.patreon.com/TheBelperGuitarist Become a patron and be part of the journey!

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Here's the right way to play Chuck Berry's 1959 iconic Blues in B flat!… More…
May 26, 2020

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Transcribed from James Burton's 1971 recording; 'The sounds of James Burton'. This version is more 'country' than the Dale Hawkins version he played on in 1958. and a mile away from Credence Clear Water… More…

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One of the greatest Instrumental Surf groups. The Atlantics didn't come from America but hailed from Australia. A musical force between 1963 and 1965, they made music that ranks amongst the best of the… More…

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Transcription of 'Freight Train' by Elizabeth Cotten More…

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An 8 bar solo where lots of music is made from a single idea - the 2nd to major 3rd, over the perfect fifth. More…

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Guitar 1. Duet Version. More…

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Exercise for the left hand. More…

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Use a first inversion chord voicing to create Brad Paisley like lines!… More…

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Intro Phrase and Guitar Solo for Jason Aldean's 'Any Ol' Barstool'. The song is in the key of E Major and features some nice sounding open string chords. The lead guitar features slides and bends, as well… More…

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Opening Lick from Jason Aldeans 2012 release when she says. Played around the A minor pentatonic, box 1 over a repeated 3 chord phrase Am, G, F, this lick uses two legato techniques - bending and sliding… More…

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Easy Version for beginner musicians. More…

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Playing 'outside' the pentatonic framework is seen to be incredibly hip at the moment. Here's a short exercise utilising a Triad with an inversion and the whole half diminished scale to make getting to… More…

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Mid Week Blues. A new blues idea most Wednesdays. This week; creating a boogie pattern in G based on one chord form, the 'E' form position 3. More…
Nov. 1, 2019

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My interpretation of Keith Urban's country guitar lick from 'Bet you look good in my shirt'.… More…

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How to move away from forcing the tonic minor pentatonic over the whole of a blues progression, by matching scales to chords. This really only involves changing one note of the tonic minor scale to outline… More…

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Using rootless dominants to outline an uptempo Country track. More…

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

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Use triads to provide structure and flow to 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…

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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…